Library of prolific reader and writer, Alberto Manguel (who has written “The Library at Night” and other works about libraries). His library, housed in a fifteenth-century French stone barn, houses more than 30,000 books.
This library is located in a coastal house in Croatia, 100 yards from the Adriatic Sea. The 4,000 books in its collection are mainly in English. Located on the ground floor of the house, the room contains bookshelves constructed by the owner himself.
Beds with Bookshelves (or How to be a Bookish Insomniac)