The view afforded by the Sandane Treehouse is truly like no other. One has to see it to believe it, otherwise, it is easy to believe that it must be something photo-shopped. The windows of the treehouse span floor to ceiling, so as guests recline in the comfortable furniture to absorb what they are seeing, there is no visual break in the view. It is as if you are sitting a few meters up in the air, taking it all in. The edge of the forest stretches just below, tiny houses can be seen leading to the edge of the Ffyords. Then, an expanse of aquamarine water leads to the base of spectacular mountains.
The overall construction of the Sandane Treehouse is smart and simple. It is basically one enclosed cube, supported both by the surrounding trees and by stilts. As described above, the front wall that provides the view is only windows, and the view is really why people will choose to stay here. The room also has a bed of course, though the toilet is just a short walk away from the main cabin. It feels as though you have reached the end of the world while staying here and it is hard to tear one’s eyes away from the panorama before you, no matter how long you may stay.
The area in which the Sandane Treehouse resides is a gorgeous rural part of Norvège. This makes it a perfect retreat for those who like to get into the outdoors, enjoy a hike, perhaps a dip into cold water, and really immerse themselves in the natural surroundings. It is an idyllic spot for nature enthusiasts and the structure of the treehouse is so unobtrusive in its locations that the area feels entirely undisturbed.
A stay at the Sandane Treehouse can be booked through AirBnB. Rates start at €230 per night and a maximum of three people can stay here.
Photos © Olav Aabrekk @ Sandane Treehouse / Airbnb
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