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After a tragic loss and amid a global pandemic, Mary Celeste Beall, the proprietor of Blackberry Mountain and Blackberry Farm, two resorts in the Tennessee foothills, is extending her family’s shared vision with The Valley, a new 15-acre outpost.

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As Hydra faces a challenging tourist season, the island’s storied past and glittering present—rife with legendary writers and artists, from Lord Byron and Leonard Cohen to Jeff Koons and Kara Walker—continue to lure tycoons and fellow travelers.

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The Snowman Trek is one of the most beautiful, isolated and arduous journeys in the Himalayas. And like modern Bhutan, it’s slowly becoming more accessible to outsiders.

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The inner city of Cape Town, South Africa, has become a chic hangout thanks to an influx of new restaurants

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In England’s seaside village of Penzance, where canines are banned from beaches all summer long, fall means a furry reclamation.

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The Rem Koolhaas–led firm OMA joined forces with Indonesian hospitality group Potato Head to create this latest addition to its Bali property—see inside the finished space

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The tidying expert likes to pack light but check her bags. When she’s flying, she tends to have less than a handful of items onboard

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A local’s tour of Gotland, Sweden and its neighboring Fårö—the Baltic Sea island with sweeping vistas where the director Ingmar Bergman lived. An insider’s guide to the beaches, sights and exceptional fika

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What began as a modest bungalow nestled in the lush jungles of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula is now a rejuvenating, treehouse-like aerie with a surf-camp vibe. See inside the vacation home architect Alan Wanzenberg, whose clients include Mick Jagger