Solvang And Kapalua Bay Vacation Destinations
The Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort has unveiled the Turner House, a new three-bedroom guest cottage bedecked by noted California-based interior designer Nathan Turner. Found amid the 10,000-acre luxury dude ranch in Santa Ynez Valley, the new retreat features a chic take on Alisal’s Western feel and rustic charm with vintage artwork and antiques curated by Turner, refinished furniture pieces inspired by the cottage’s California-Monterey style, and additional accents including reclaimed barn wood paneling, a fireplace with a river rock façade, Ralph Lauren fabrics and Pendleton accessories.
Guests can book the entire cottage or each of the three rooms separately for $1,000 to $1,500 per night. Each space has a subtlety different color scheme, with a common great room tying them all together. Says Turner: “I designed the Turner House so that you feel as though you’re stepping into your own ranch house, yet one with all of the wonderful benefits that make the Alisal so special.”
Seeking a vacation home in Hawaii? Why not go all out and purchase a place at a five-star resort that caters to every whim—with a cache of luxe amenities, top-notch service and authentic cuisine—and where the environs are that of a lush natural paradise situated on Maui’s western shore. The choice is now yours with a limited collection of three-bedroom residences that have recently become available at Montage Residences Kapalua Bay (montageresidenceskapaluabay.com). The 15 residences are situated in the center of the 1,650-acre community in buildings three and four, include private lanais and expansive ocean views, and range from $2.7 to $3.8 million.
“Given the scalability of an intimate residential portfolio, the dedicated staff is extremely engaged with every aspect of ownership from concierge requests to property management, allowing for a high level of personalization,” says Tina Necrason, senior vice president, residential, for Montage International. “This ensures the most enjoyable and memorable time spent at home.”
PHOTOGRAPHS: VICTORIA PEARSON (TOP) AND MONTAGE RESIDENCES KAPALUA BAY (BOTTOM)