Treehouse in India: Suro Treehouse Resort
The Suro Treehouse Resort hides deep within a forest of deodar pines and oaks, in the picturesque hills outside Shimla, Kaithalighat. It takes its name from a quiet hamlet nestled in the forest far below the resort and it is constructed in such a way that it blends into the surrounding trees. In design the goal was to create a union between luxury and nature, to merge traditional Himachali pinewood houses with 21st-century design and comfort.
Even though the Suro Treehouse Resort is enclosed and hidden within the pine, deodar, and oak forest, it is easy to access from the highway and is only a short drive from the town of Shimla. Once there though, guests will find it too easy to forget the world of busy cities, work, and stress as they instead take on the rhythms of the surrounding mountains. What better way to recharge than breathing in pristine Himalayan air whilst enjoying a bit of pampering.
With 8 treehouses on site for guests, even when fully booked the Suro Treehouse Resort will never feel crowded. 5 of the chalets on stilts are designed for couples to enjoy a romantic getaway, while the other 3 are a little large and can accommodate small families or groups of friends. All the treehouses have large outdoor terraces, so guests can stand outside and find themselves among the canopy of the trees. There is no better place to take in the birdsong and embrace the tranquil ambiance of the beautiful forest. The chalets also have private hot tubs; the perfect way to unwind.
The nightly rate for accommodation at the Suro Treehouse Resort starts at €116. This includes breakfast and dinner at the lovely restaurant on-site, both meals being large buffets featuring the very best of local cuisine, as well as other options. WiFi is also included in all areas of the resort, and children under 6 can join free of charge.
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