Treehouse in Canada: Southern Quebec Treehouse
The Southern Quebec Treehouse is nestled back into the trees surrounding a clearing in the forest and looks as though it grew out of the ground along with the forest. An aerial shot of the location shows that the woodland goes on seemingly forever, with hills in the distance but no sign of other human habitation. It is a gorgeous location for a treehouse in Canada and the house is totally unobtrusive in its environment. When staying here, it feels as though one could live comfortably in the forest forever!
Though the Southern Quebec Treehouse is on the small side, this only adds to the feeling of immersion in the surrounding forest. It would somehow feel too grand to indulge in anything more. A wonderful wood-burning stove provides all the heating necessary, even if guests check-in for a winter retreat. Two double beds line one wall of the room, with two single bunk beds hovering above. There is also a dining table and other small pieces of furniture within. Outside on ground level is a fire pit where guests can cook a meal or simply enjoy all that nature has to offer while keeping warm in the evening.
Without a doubt, the star attraction of this Southern Quebec Treehouse is the incredible views of Jay Peak and its near proximity to Owls Head Mountain. Up the circular staircase to the raised verandah, guests can enjoy vistas as far as the eye can see. The deck is a great spot to relax and soak up the sun in the summer months while looking down into the valley. This cabin is located approximately a fifteen-minute walk away from the shower and washroom areas through the lovely fields, and in the winter, there is also an on-site sauna facility to be enjoyed.
Rates at this Souther Quebec Treehouse start at €126 per night, though there is a minimum booking here of 3 nights.
Photos © Glamping Hub Inc. / Southern Quebec Treehouse
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