Life breathes life, all things promote a nurturing atmosphere at the bungalows in the Winery Longen Schlöder within the peaceful Moselle Valley. Surrounded by nature in its true beauty, the suites built by Italian architect Matteo Thun in cooperation with local architect Stein-Hemmes-Wirtz are wrapped in local stone with an elegant double door entrance. Each one of the twenty homes accommodate one couple offering a small wooden terrace spilling with their garden of choice designed prestigiously by landscape architect Johannes Cox: a shade garden, a simple herb-rich cottage garden, an opulent orchard, or a fragrant rose garden. In a place where time slows down, guests can enjoy the production of pollination, growth, wellness in the nooks and crannies of gardens and orchards. The property hosts an overwhelming variety of vegetation among them fruit, walnut, lime, chestnut trees, numerous herbs also raspberry bushes fresh for the picking.