Sometimes homes are preserved for their architectural beauty by reinventing them as country inns. 1. In the village of Vallvidrera, Barcelona sits this elegant neo-classical mansion built by a Cuban woman in 1900. It has been lovingly restored by owner Rosa Maria Escofet as a small hotel that she hopes will become a private home again one day. 2. The Claramount Inn and Spa in Picton, Ontario has recreated the traditional English country garden in the new context of the guesthouse. 3. Architect Doran Musgrove's design for The Morningside Bed and Breakfast, just outside of Victoria, B.C., complements the rustic nature of its surroundings, while showing the architect's influence of Wright's architectural principles.
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