Have a Look on Top Stunning Tree House around the Globe

On March 18, 2014 by Christopher Meloni

A tree house also known as tree-forts are the platforms or buildings that are constructed around the trunk or branches of one or more mature trees staying above ground level. These tree-houses are generally constructed by tree-house builders, who are aware of the technology used to construct a tree-house. From the past few years there have been observed advancements in this field and so people mostly prefer to live in tree-houses. Being aware of this trend, various hotel and resorts are also encouraged towards building tree houses. So we are listing down here stunning tree house hotels that majority of people prefer to visit and live into that:

Tree-house Lodge, Limon, Costa Rica:

Tree-house Lodge Limon Costa Rica

This tree-house lodge is a 10-acre beachfront property located within Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge. It is situated at Costa Rica’s southern Caribbean coast which has sustainably built tree-house that is made from fallen trees. The rooms consist of solar heating, kitchen, two bedrooms and a shower built around the curves and roots of gigantic 100-year-old Sangrillo tree.

The Aviary, Lenox, MA:

The Aviary Lenox MA

This tree-house hotel is located at 22 acres of parkland which has been designed by Federick Law Olmsted. It consists of double-storeyed Aviary tree-house in Berkshire Mountains and features a limestone wet room along with an antique soaking tub. It has circular stairs that leads to the second-floor sleeping quarters and have Bang & Olufsen entertainment system.

Tree-hotel, Harads, Sweden:

Tree-hotel Harads Sweden

This tree-house has been built by leading Swedish architects who gave the backyard staple a strange innovative makeover at the Tree-hotel outside Harads village. It is perched approximately four to six meters above the ground surface, each consisting of five tree-top suites that have its own look. They resemble like construction of Lego block or a bird’s nest or even like a flying saucer. It has a mirrored exterior that reflects forest from all six sides.

Tsala Treetop Lodge, Plettenberg Bay, South Africa:

Tsala Treetop Lodge Plettenberg Bay South Africa

While overlooking the Tsitsikamma Forest, this tree-house is high-design stone-and-glass lodge that counts 10 secluded tree-house suites having each with floor-to-ceiling bedroom windows. Also there is a log fireplace in the living room, an infinity-edge pool along with a private deck.

Cedar Creek Tree-house, Ashford, WA:

Cedar Creek Tree-house, Ashford, WA

This tree-house has been tucked 50 feet up in the air in centuries old Cedar tree that are bordered around Gifford Pinchot National Forest. This Cedar Creek Tree-house has been outfitted along with a kitchen, sleeping loft as well as glass-enclosed observation room and a indoor hammock.

Playa Viva, Juluchuca, Mexico:

Playa Viva, Juluchuca, Mexico

Playa Viva is a popular eco-friendly coast in the north of Acapulco at Mexico’s Pacific Coast. It has three tree-house casitas fully built along with sustainable materials. Each of the room has a bedroom, lounge, a full porch for dining, master development plan calls for beach club, 40-room boutique hotel along with solar-generated electricity and hot water.

Hinchinbrook Island Resort, Hinchinbrook Island, Australia:

Hinchbrook-Island

Hinchinbrook is a 96-acre wide national park consists of lush rainforests, coarse sandy beaches and rugged mountains. Its accommodations are located at the Island Resort that is sheltered hideaway with 15 roomy tree-house bungalows along with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, private balcony and bath, small kitchen and last but not the least an easy beachfront access. Thus, these are top stunning tree-house hotels located all around the globe. One can visit these places and can enjoy the experience of tree-houses located at every corner of the world

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