Treehouse in the USA: Willow Treehouse
Willow Treehouse is tucked away on 35 acres of private land and overlooks a small swimming pond in the midst of a forest. This unique, cozy cabin is a little slice of paradise, perfect for unwinding. It provides a complete escape from the chaos of city life, and since it is just a two-hour drive from the hubbub of New York city it is ideally situated for a break. It oozes tranquility and makes for a wonderful romantic getaway or a retreat for those needing a small slice of solitude in an otherwise hectic life in the USA.
When approaching Willow Treehouse, the first thing one notices is the large windows. They pretty much make up the entire walls of this incredibly designed cabin. From the living room, guests can not help but stare out of the window for hours on end as the view of the pond and into the forest is entrancing. The sleeping loft is accessible only by ladder, and this space also has smaller windows on each side so no matter where guests face, they are greeted by the forest.
Everything about Willow Treehouse encourages guests to unwind and relax. The pond out front is perfect for swimming. As well as the loft where the bed is, the back of the house has another huge window in front of a bit of a chill-out area, perfect for reading with the occasional distraction of the resident wildlife. Down by the pond is a cute and luxurious hot tub, just in case, the cabin itself is not quite relaxing enough! There is no cell service or WiFi here. Instead, one can enjoy the wood stove, cook a meal in the equipped kitchen, peruse the selection of vinyl, or simply stare at the stars.
Rates for a night at Willow Treehouse start at €295 and a minimum stay of two nights is required. The cabin is intended for couples or solo travelers and is not suitable for children. It can be booked via AirBnB.
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