Cypress Valley Canopy Treehouse is a location that is all about getting its guests up in the trees, whether that be through a zipline adventure or a stay in one of their 5 treehouses. As well as zipping through the trees in the daytime, this retreat also offers night tours of the canopy, special picnics, and a tranquil spot to relax at a small lake teeming with native wildlife. Whatever you do during your stay here, you will depart with a new appreciation of nature, especially the awesome treetops where you have the rare chance to spend so much time.
Each of the 5 treehouses at Cypress Valley Canopy Treehouse has something special and unique to define it. Four of them are equipped for two guests each and one is a little larger taking parties up to 6 in size. A night high up in these old cypress trees is one that will be hard to forget. The natural noises seem amplified after sunset, and guests will fall asleep while enjoying the sounds of the ravine, watching fireflies dance after taking in the gorgeous night sky.
Yoki Treehouse at Cypress Valley Canopy Treehouse is one of the most luxurious. Guests can greet the morning with a cup of locally roasted Cuvee coffee from the incredible two-story deck. The living room overlooks the ravine through two ancient cypress trees, and the house has a small kitchenette, an amazing bathhouse, and a soaking tub across the bridge. The Lofthaven is a beautiful round bedroom built around an ancient cypress trunk with the tree growing majestically up through the middle. A bridge connects guests to a magnificent bathhouse with a waterfall-filled tub to relax and look out over the ravine.
A stay at the Cypress Valley Canopy Treehouse is the perfect combination of adventure and serenity and offers an authentic chance to connect with nature. A stay here starts at €450 per night and there is a minimum stay of two nights.
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