Happy Monday! I hope you all spent a lovely and relaxing weekend! How about starting the new week with a beautiful home tour in Portugal? I’m sure this charming old fisherman’s house, located in the region of Comporta will steal your heart and make you dream of the upcoming summer : )

A charming old fisherman's house in Comporta, Portugal | My Cosy Retreat

This beautiful countryside home has been renovated by talented interior designers Daniel Suduca and Thierry Mérillou. They accepted the challenge to restore the old fisherman’s house and completely fell in love with the spirit and the history of this place.

A charming old fisherman's house in Comporta, Portugal | My Cosy Retreat

Located near the village of Brejos, only an hour drive from Lisbon, the house is a dreamy summer escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. In fact, one of the best features of this lovely holiday home is the isolated location. It is surrounded by endless beautiful dunes and is only a few steps to the sea. Sounds absolutely perfect to me : )

A charming old fisherman's house in Comporta, Portugal | My Cosy Retreat

The decor inside is just fabulous! A stunning mix of white washed walls, beautiful natural and vintage items and gorgeous color touches.

A charming old fisherman's house in Comporta, Portugal | My Cosy Retreat

A charming old fisherman's house in Comporta, Portugal | My Cosy Retreat

A charming old fisherman's house in Comporta, Portugal | My Cosy Retreat

I really LOVE the house inside, but my favorite spot of the whole place is for sure the outdoor area. What a splendid space to relax and forget the world. It’s all I need!

A charming old fisherman's house in Comporta, Portugal | My Cosy Retreat

Portugal looks a lovely summer holiday destination, isn’t it? I haven’t been there yet, but it’s certainly on my travel bucket list. I hope this Lovely holiday beach house and Bohemian stone cottage in Portugal will bring you some beautiful summer inspiration too.

Have an awesome week everyone!

Source: AD Magazine  | PhotographyMatthieu Salvaing