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Best treehouse hotels on booking.com in 2016

Best treehouse hotels on booking.com in 2016

  • Posted: Jun 16, 2016
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Treehouse hotels are amongst the most popular glamping accommodations and the choice is growing. Treehousemap has collected the most amazing treehouse hotels available on booking.com in 2016 to help you plan your next holiday. Browse through our selection of tree houses to find your next destination. Continue reading

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A week-end at the Baumhaus Lodge Schrems

A week-end at the Baumhaus Lodge Schrems

  • Posted: Sep 09, 2015
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A few miles away from the Austrian-Czech border, at the end of a narrow dusty road swirling in the shade of the Waldviertel oaks and fir trees, an unusual construction shoots up to the treetops. 

The Baumhaus Lodge Schrems, the first treehouse resort in Lower Austria, was built on the site of an old granite quarry. Composed of a cluster of three distinct cabins – the “Haus an der Mauer”, “Haus am Fundament” and the “Turmhaus” – this unique venue truly offers the comfort of a four-star hotel.

All three cabins which offer between 18 m² and 40 m² of living space, feature a living room, bedrooms, a modern bathroom with toilet, and a balcony (“Haus an der Mauer” and “Haus am Fundament” ) or a roof terrace (“Turmhaus”). The cabins are also equipped with all necessary modern amenities like electricity, water and drainage as well as with individual stoves for heating. As usual, you can find details about these buildings in their listing on treehousemap. Continue reading

5 tree house hotel to inspire your next treehouse vacation

5 tree house hotel to inspire your next treehouse vacation

  • Posted: Aug 02, 2015
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What better way to spend your next holidays than at a tree house hotel? All around the world, tree house resorts have sprung up, offering unique accommodation in often stunning natural surroundings. Nowadays, tree houses are not just for kids anymore. Quite the contrary: most tree house hotels come with luxurious amenities – even bathtubs! We have handpicked 5 tree house hotels in 5 different corners of the world to inspire your next vacation. Continue reading

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5 ultramodern treehouse and tree house hotel interior designs

5 ultramodern treehouse and tree house hotel interior designs

  • Posted: Apr 15, 2015
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If you stay at a private treehouse or at a tree house hotel, what really counts is not just how it looks from the outside, but whether its interior design is up to your standards. Luckily, these 5 treehouses and tree house hotel below hold what they promise.

Their makers haven`t stopped their creative process at the shell of the treehouse but created one of a kind pieces of art, from the in- and outside. They have tackled the challenge of restricted space with smart solutions and put modern design into a new context. Here is our pick of the 5 best treehouse and tree house hotel interiors featuring modern architecture and design. Continue reading

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The Raven Loft: A tiny treehouse with lots of space (Vancouver, British Columbia)

The Raven Loft: A tiny treehouse with lots of space (Vancouver, British Columbia)

  • Posted: Apr 11, 2015
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This self-made treehouse is a one-man project built by Geoff de Ruiter. It is located in the woods of Pender Island, close to Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada). Since there is no water or electricity supply nearby, de Ruiter had to be creative when designing his vacation retreat. With self-made interior design and smart storage solutions, he managed to fit in all the amenities needed while following the idea of a simple and sustainable lifestyle. Continue reading

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Tree Canopy Walkway Path in Cape Town, South Africa

Tree Canopy Walkway Path in Cape Town, South Africa

  • Posted: Mar 20, 2015
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The Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway is a new curved steel and timber bridge that winds 12 meters above the ground and spreads the wander on 130 meters through and over the trees of the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden in South Africa.

Inspired by a snake skeleton, and informally called ‘The Boomslang‘ (meaning tree snake), this bridge proposes a walkway above the foliage and the nature to let the visitors admire a spectacular panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains, Garden and Cape Flats. Continue reading

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Adults Who Live In Treehouses

  • Posted: Dec 09, 2014
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Would you live in a treehouse? The appeal is obvious to any kid, but it can seem like a daunting idea to most adults (exception made of the “other” kind of adults who ended-up on this page for the very good reason that they do enjoy somehow the idea of living in a treehouse). Nevertheless, cultural interest has erupted in recent years and has not stop growing. As a matter of facts, anyone can now vacation at a “treehotel or “treesort” or watch a reality show about treetop architecture, or even rent a treehouse on Airbnb. Continue reading

Bicycle Powered Tree House Elevator (Version 1.5)

  • Posted: Dec 02, 2014
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If you have been following the treehouse world for at least a little while, you may have already seen this peculiar, yet practical, invention by Ethan Schlussler.

After building his treehouse nearly 30 feet up a tree, and getting tired of climbing a ladder “six and a half million times” a day, Ethan Schlussler built a bike lift for easier access. Designed for up and down along a chain, the bike elevator is activated when you pedal. Continue reading

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