Treehouse in Australia: The Treehouse Denmark
The Treehouse, Denmark, is a very special and unique holiday home. Set between twin towering karri trees in a gorgeous area of forest, it stands close to the coast on the southern tip of Western Australie. Glimpses of the Wilson Inlet can be snatched from the verandah of the house. Guests here will feel like they are the only people in the world, so it is perhaps needless to say that this is the perfect location for those needing to get away from everyday stresses and enjoy everything that nature has to offer.
One of the stunning features of the forest in which The Treehouse sits is the granite boulders dotted around, changing the landscape from a simple wooded area into something much more rugged and adventurous. The owners of The Treehouse took advantage of this unique terrain and embraced the boulders to the extent that one large granite boulder rises through the center of the treehouse into the living room! This is not just a fun feature; it gives structural support and “anchors” the whole house to the hill.
To enter The Treehouse, there is a gentle flight of steps up a long granite boulder to the entrance deck. The steps are lit automatically in the evenings, as are the fantastic karri trees that support the house. The living space inside is light and spacious and double-height. It incorporates the kitchen and dining in an open plan so all enjoy the outlook to the large deck and surrounding views. The house has all the mod cons that are needed to enjoy a relaxing holiday and it is so well equipped that there is really no pressing reason to leave it during the length of your stay!
Rates for The Treehouse start at €140 per night, though the owners usually ask for a minimum of two nights for a booking. The rate does reduce for longer stays.
Photo © The Tree House, Denmark Western Australia
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