The Peak (Malaysia) - - Travel -

This ar­chi­tec­tural gem and De­sign Ho­tels mem­ber is lo­cated on Got­land Is­land’s re­mote Furillen penin­sula, with its craggy lime­stone for­ma­tions, de­serted beaches, and ru­ins of an old gravel quarry. The eco-friendly, post-in­dus­trial-chic ho­tel has 18 guest rooms but, for any­one look­ing for a deep sense of seclu­sion, the Her­mit Cabin is the ac­com­mo­da­tion of choice. It’s 20 min­utes from the main ho­tel by bi­cy­cle, of­fers no elec­tric­ity or run­ning wa­ter, and fea­tures ei­ther a dou­ble bed or a bunk bed, a small stove, a ta­ble and chair. If it all gets too iso­lat­ing, you can al­ways rein­te­grate into hu­man so­ci­ety at the ho­tel restau­rant, which pre­pares dishes with lo­cal and sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents from the ho­tel’s own farm.

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