Recycle Apartment

As the name suggests, the Recycle Art Apartment has been decorated and furnished with recycled and re-used materials, that have been designed into the apartment in artful way. The design of this wonderfully unique living space brings together a wealth of surprising materials. The bedroom design incorporates a chestnut wooden bed mixed with 18th century carved posts from India. The bathroom has a sink made from an old wine press and the floor is made of slices of pine wood mixed with re-used wine bottle tops. The living tops it off with the sofa made from recycled jeans and in the kitchen a surfboard acts one of the kitchen shelves. There’s much more but best is to come and see it for yourself.

The Recycle apartment accommodates 2 or 3 people. It has a bedroom with a king size bed for one or two , or this can be changed to two single beds for two . It also has a mezzanine loft room for one .

The living area contains a comfy, bespoke sofa made of re-used jeans situated near a cosy wood-burner. A tiny oven built into the stove means that, on a cold day, you could even make a fire and cook a cake, should the mood take you. The windows to the front of the apartment grant an amazing view of the valley and access to a beautiful wooden decking area (more than 30m²), complete with outside shower and plenty of space for lounging, sitting, or doing yoga.

On the other side we have a tiled outside area – for extra sun exposure in the morning and on windy days.

FEATURES

• 1 bedroom with double bed or two singles
• bathroom with shower, toilet and sink
• living/dining
• kitchen with stove, oven, fridge, sink
• the couch can sleep an adult
• fire place for winter 
• terrace
• decking with great view
• hairdryer
• outside shower
• hammock area 
• mezzanine bedroom with a mattress
• quality drinking water
• work-out deck
• WiFi


Price per person

based on two people sharing

early bird €990 before 31st March

after €1150

supplement for one person private occupancy


Find yourself in a space artfully designed with recycled materials
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