Discover THIRDHOME’s Best Eco-Friendly Escapes


Explore the world the sustainable way with these exclusive eco-friendly properties


Three’s a crowd – apart from when it comes to luxury travel. With globetrotters becoming ever more conscious of their footprint as they travel the world, THIRDHOME has the perfect sustainable solution.

The luxury travel club that lets members trade time in their second homes for stays in over 90 countries, THIRDHOME has the perfect trio of eco-friendly boltholes to explore.

Meticulously reviewing and approving all homes before they are accepted into the club, THIRDHOME’s average property value is £1.7M – ensuring a seriously sleek escape.

An excellent choice for those wanting to be environmentally mindful as they travel, THIRDHOME has a number of sustainable getaways.

From an eco-chalet in Chamonix and a sustainably-built villa in Costa Rica, to the famous 747 Wing House in Malibu, there’s plenty of sustainable hideaways to discover this summer…


1 Villa Punto de Vista, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica


This 10-bedroom villa offers incredible 270-degree panoramic ocean views, with a golden sand beach just footsteps away.

The property has been built up, rather than outwards, to reduce the villa’s footprint and boasts some impressive eco-credentials.

The roof tiles have been created using plastic bags and the large windows on the face of the building have been crafted using recycled glass.

Other notable initiatives include the use of solar panels to produce energy for the whole villa, including the rooftop jacuzzi, and the installation of monkey bridges which help the animals easily travel through the property’s private rainforest.

Find out more here.


2 Eco-chalet, Chamonix, France


This super-luxe, eco-friendly, five-bedroom chalet is located in the prestigious hamlet of Les Nantes, 1km from Chamonix.

With a hot tub overlooking the Chamonix Valley and a bubble-shaped sauna with views over the surrounding mountains, eco-savvy guests can enjoy these fantastic facilities knowing that the chalet is fully self-sufficient.

The property was built using green technology and is able to power itself using advanced renewable energy systems.

Find out more here.


3 747 Wing House, Malibu, California


This world-famous property is nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains and boasts unparalleled views from every angle.

Most well-known for its use of aeroplane wings, the house is made almost entirely out of recycled parts of a 747 Boeing plane, with more than 4.7 million fragments being repurposed for the structure.

Zen-seekers will delight in the meditation deck crafted from the front of an aeroplane, measuring 28 ft. wide and 45 ft. tall, with the cockpit windows acting as a skylight for incredible natural light.

Find out more here


How it works
Step 1: Apply for Membership
Potential members first fill out an application form, putting their second home forward.

A commitment-free process, if their second home meets expectations for location, quality finishes and well-appointed furnishings, they’re in.

Step 2: Join the Club
New members be welcomed to The Club by one of THIRDHOME’s Member Experience experts. THIRDHOME will get an understanding for the new member’s travel preferences, so that each new member can get the most out of their membership.

THIRDHOME will offer travel recommendations based on their schedule, who they like to travel with, lifestyle, hobbies, and interests.

Step 3: Reserve Your Trip
Once a member has matched their travel preferences with the ideal stay, it’s time to reserve a trip!

They will simply deposit time from their own home into The Club which will earn them Keys* (travel credits). After an exchange fee for the stay plus the required Keys, it’s time to jet off into the sunset.

To find out more and start the adventure, please visit www.thirdhome.com

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