Idyllic Farm Transformed Into Luxury Glamping Getaway

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In this weeks episode we visit Donna who has turned an idyllic corner of her New Zealand into a stunning glamping retreat. Designed as a glamorous for couples, this picturesque corner is now a escape!

With two young children, Donna was looking for a way that she could get back into the work force, while still remaining present for her family. Creating a glamping retreat was the ideal solution and together with her husband, she has built a get-away for guests!

Enjoy the full tour of this romantic retreat! To book your stay, you can find this place on Airbnb:

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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston
Rasa Pescud & Archmage Cappuccino

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  1. Donna has created a truly magical place here and we absolutely love that this creation is allowing her to spend valuable time together with her family! We hope you enjoy this tour! With Love, Bryce & Rasa

  2. Its cheaper than a one bedroom condo in Toronto. And her backyard is beyond spectacular! Can we shout out for how droolworthy the scenery is? Good on ya, NZ!

  3. I love your videos but have to say this time that it is heartbreaking to see a builder so proud of their exploitation of animals they’re putting cattle tags on the kitchen drawers. Animals are individual, sentient beings and don’t deserve to be treated as commodity. Animal factory farming is a horrible business and nothing to be proud of.

  4. I’d love to stay at a place like this. Near perfection! I particularly like that the bathroom is totally separate from the kitchen space. Congratulations for taking control of your future to create the life you want.

  5. Suggestion: If you consider making another space, please consider fitting one out with darker woods in heavy furniture like the French Country design and darker jewel tones, as that could feel quite glamorous. (Given that so many people have opted for lighter interiors, things that are dark and help them feel grounded might strike a nice balance between enjoying the uplift of the outdoors and the cozy of the tent.) You could still do the bean bag chairs but in a different fabric or have lovely comfortable loveseat (or chairs) with a shared ottoman.

  6. The only thing I don’t like about the video is the sentence “we have hunters in the family.” Wondering if a more powerful species will take over humans and say “I actually got this femur and tibia from a homosapien and now I use them as a towel stand.”

  7. I have no words for Donna’s magical space with creativity.💐 My best bro Bryce speaks up my inner words no more comments.
    Thanks.🏡 💞

  8. Precious details in both spaces. But… candles and fire stove in a tent? make me so nervous. The environment is amazing; the mountain, the river, the fields, the tent, reminds me of those essential child drawing.

  9. lovely set up, that boat chair doesn´t look particularly comfortable to sit in though….a strandkorb (baltic beach chair) would work way better in this place 😉

  10. I would have to be dragged out of that, fantastic getaway, kicking and screaming! They did an amazing job building and putting together a fantasy getaway. Perfection!

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