Surely one of the greatest past times of all is wondering what you would do if you had no financial constraints whatsoever. You bagged the Euromillions, you found out you’re the last remaining relative of a Russian oligarch, or you stumbled across a suitcase stuffed with £50 notes, it doesn’t really matter! One of the first ports of call (on your new super yacht) would most likely be a decent holiday, so for some inspiration, here’s the five most expensive holiday homes your money can buy:
5. Mount Hartman Bay Estate, Grenada and Carriacou
As featured on “The World´s Most Extreme Homes,” the beautiful Mount Hartman Bay Estate rests next to the water´s edge on its own private peninsula looking across the crystal blue waters to Mount Hartman Nature Reserve.
4. Villa Pamela, Aspen, United States
Villa seems an inaccurate description of this incredible piece of rustic architecture. Overlooking the Aspen Highlands, this 10,000 sq. ft. property features endless luxury amenities as well as having a private waterfall!
3. The Penthouse, Carlton St. Moritz, Switzerland
Experience the high life at the magnificent Carlton Penthouse located in St. Moritz. It’s difficult to imagine anything better than the waking up to a view like this one!
2. Chalet Ormelo, Courchevel, France
This slope-side beauty homes up to fifteen for a taste of true luxury. Predictably, this includes an indoor swimming pool, hot tub, fitness room, and massage room. As if that wasn’t enough, this property comes with a home cinema suite.
1. Chalet Pearl, Courchevel, France
This is the don of all ski chalets! Expect an indoor pool, spa and gym, high tech audio and video equipment and a perdonal chauffeur. This is all situated only fifty meters from the piste!
OK, so time to wake up, stop the day dreaming, back to reality. Us mere mortals are most likely never going to earn that much in a lifetime, let alone spend it on a holiday. However, there’s no need to be down about it, there’s some pretty darn good value accommodation here at Small Brook Cottage and we think it’s luxurious in its own quirky way!