The Treehouse Lodge in Costa Rica is truly a slice of paradise. Some of the scenery is akin to ideas dreamed up when picturing a remote desert island and if you book a stay here you will definitely feel like you are the only people left in the world. This is a special property indeed, in a stunning location; one that it will be difficult indeed to check out of!
The complex housing the Treehouse Lodge is located on a 10-acre oceanfront property in the famous Punta Uva beach, just south of Puerto Viejo in the province of Limon. This location affords total privacy, a natural tranquil atmosphere, and a fully relaxing experience from start to finish. The treehouse has its own beach access and 300-meter beachfront, so even though the property at large has other accommodation for holidaymakers, there is no need to meet up with anyone else during your stay here.
The Treehouse Lodge itself is built on tall stilts and is sure to evoke memories of childhood adventures! It is completely engulfed by the forest, with a steeply sloped suspension bridge leading to the front door. Inside it is split level: upstairs houses a double king size bed and a small ensuite toilet; downstairs, a second queen size bed, and a kitchen. There is enough room for a family, however also very romantic and very suited to a couple.
Sustainability and kindness to the environment are at the heart of the Treehouse Lodge and the wider complex. All the furniture is hand-carved from sustainable wood, water is heated through solar panels, all detergents and cleaning products are biodegradable, reforestation is routine, local communities employed, and these names but a few of the practices that earned this location the Certificate of Sustainable Tourism. The lodge also provides advice and guidelines for responsible interaction with the surrounding wildlife, which you are very likely to encounter during your stay.
Rates for a night at the Treehouse Lodge start from €150. They occasionally offer deals for stays of multiple nights, so it is worth checking their website.
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