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