Tree house hotel in Austria: Baumhaus Lodge Schrems
The Baumhaus Lodge Schrems is located in a small forest on an old granite quarry directly on the eastern outskirts of Schrems (Austria) and is surrounded by extensive natural areas. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the UnterWasserReich (“The Underwater Kingdom”) and the Moorbad (literally “mud bath”), from which a vast network of hiking trails extends through the countryside.
The treehouse resort has been partitioned into 6 different sections, each of which has its own building or set of buildings. Some of these are timber structures that respect their natural environment, others are intrepid cliff houses, and there are two treehouses on the property’s northern edge that are bound to become the most coveted rooms of all. The “Haus an der Mauer”, “Haus am Fundament”, “Klippenhäuser” and “Turmhaus” offer respectively 18 m² and 40 m² of living space.
The best way to enjoy a site that still reflects nature’s instinctive proclivity for abundance is to stay in low-impact buildings that exist in total harmony with their surroundings. In fact, the cross-laminated timber planked aluminum containers were mounted between trees on steel structures, and feature a living room, bedrooms, a bathroom with toilet, and a balcony or a roof terrace. The houses are all equipped with electricity, water, and drainage as well as with individual stoves for heating (pellet).
Part of the area’s future development of this treehouse resort includes additional residential units built beside a natural stone wall, three other treehouses, and a sauna with a jetty at the level edge of the lake which will offer wellness facilities for all the guests of the resort.
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