I’m super excited to share the second part of my adventures in Euphoria Art Land.
I wanted to show you as much as possible and fitting everything into one blog post wouldn’t do it. It’s time to check out the gardens, Euphoria Lounge and most importantly, the Colour House and Blue House, one of the highlights of the trip.
I also shared some pictures from our breakfast, which I have to honestly say, was the best “hotel” breakfast I have ever had. Honest natural food cooked well.
It felt like we had our very own little buffer right on our table. That combined with the view and the birds singing in the trees really made an unforgettable morning.
In case you missed the first part with Earth House, you can find it here.
The gardens are available for public and you can get a glimpse of the houses from the back – all you need to do is to book your table and call them.
There is limited seating space available so it’s not advisable just to turn up unannounced. The lounge opens at 5pm so it’s great timing to get there just before the sun sets and the sun rays create a beautiful light shows with the trees.
Scroll below for further details about the houses and breakfast!
As I mentioned before, visiting the lounge is a great chance to experience Euphoria Art Land without having to book accommodation – even though I would highly recommend staying in one of the houses. The pictures below will be enough to convince you!
There is a variety of seating options available, including hammocks and informal floor seating with pillows.
No food options available at the moment, but according to their Facebook page they are working on introducing it soon.
We picked a recommended white and rose wine from New Zealand and took the most out of the stunning light & surroundings.
At night the whole landscape completely transforms into a different world. The colours come alive and the whole scene feels like a set of a Hollywood movie. Unbelievable and unreal.
The soft chilled music only competes with the chirps of the birds and conversations by wine.
A house full of colours and unique accessories, collected from the journeys in Mexico and Columbia. The beautiful glass features embedded in organic shapes provide a beautiful source of light and make the whole house feel like an art museum. The bathroom features original ornaments and jewelry from Mexico which has been embedded in between the mosaics. You can’t help but smile as you enter a house like this. It’s full of life and energy, just like every day should be.
The house has a large double bed and a small loft with extra sleeping space. As with the other houses, there is a back door opening towards the gardens and Euphoria Lounge. You can book a night in the Colour House on their Airbnb page here.
The prettiest and fairest of them all – the Blue House. This house feels like an oriental dream that you don’t want to wake up for.
Made from my absolute favourite colours – blue and white, with hints of green and gold. Inspired by Morocco and featuring furniture and accessories from India, this house has the most impressive loft with beautiful bay window overlooking the wild gardens. The bathroom is a show-stopper with stunning glossy white and blue tiles and original handmade accessories from Morocco. I haven’t even mentioned the stunning hand-painted kitchen doors and cabinets with matching tiles and accessories.
If you book this house, I can guarantee you would not want to go outside and only stay indoors to marvel at the beauty of this design masterpiece.
The house is available to book through their airbnb page here.
After a night in our Earth House, we agreed breakfast time and were greeted by a huge spray of food. There was too much too choose from and even the most hungry ones would have trouble going through the amount of food we were presented with. Our breakfast menu consisted of freshly grilled vegetables for me, lountza and halloumi for my husband, fresh bread and pastries, fresh fruits, boiled eggs, beans, cheese, dips, marmalade and butter, sweet pineapple and coffee with water.
Everything prepared fresh and tasted delicious!
In case you missed their contact details from previous post, here there are again:
bookings – can be made through airbnb or their website (which points to airbnb page). They are not taking bookings by phone or email as far as I’m aware.
visiting Euphoria Art Land – you can visit them during the lounge opening hours from 5pm until 11pm. Please call 97743042 to book a table
directions – there is a map on their website with exact location and I posted detailed instructions how to drive there at the bottom of my previous blog post
questions & more information – you can contact them directly via contact form on their website or on telephone number +357 97743042