Treehotel in Sweden features a variety of treehouses, most of which aren’t exactly what you’d expect when you think of a treehouses; amazing designs kitted out with some of the most luxurious interiors we’ve seen.
Called the Cabin, this “treeroom” was constructed on a steep hillside that overlooks the Lule River valley. The loft cabin can be accessed by walking across the horizontal bridge, which contains a large wood deck area at the front end. The bridge winds its way through the trees, creating an introductory walkway to the treehouse.
The cabin is suspended in an off-center manner beneath the deck, the reason for this is two-fold; to reduce the visual impact of the treehouse, and to create a unique structure. The overall form is rather unusual for a treehouse – a large rounded cuboid floating among the trees.
The interior of the cabin acts like a capsule, with all the living areas contained within 24-square-meters. Capable of accommodating two people, the treehouse has a double bed, bathroom and terrace area. The finish is contemporary but comfortable, making it an easy place to relax and absorb the surrounding views.
Treehotel guests can also take advantage of their restaurant, Britta’s Pensionat; a 1930-1950’s style restaurant that serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hotel also has amenities such as a bar, sauna, relaxation area, TV and internet.
For more treehouses check out the luxurious Tree Snake House by Luís and Tiago Rebelo de Andrade. Or the Bird’s Nest, another amazing treehouse from Treehotel. See all treehouses.
Haha Christina, it has a similar effect on me! I’d love to visit Sweden just to experience staying in one of their awesome treehouses.