Located in the lush green surroundings of Upper Lusatia, right on the Polish-German border, the Treehouse Hotel, is part of a giant handcrafted amusement park where fantasy meets the art of wood carving.
The five hectare park is called Kulturinsel Einsiedel and is the brainchild of Jürgen Bergmann, a tree house fanatic as well as a creative wood craftsman.
The Treehouse Hotel is actually more like a beautifully hand-carved tree house village made up of 9 tree houses. The magical flavor of these residences lies both on their crazed rustic style as well as on their individual stories about the fairy or troll that supposedly inhabit each of them. No matter which dwelling guests choose to rent, they should expect to discover hidden “collectors items” and other tucked-away oddities, while in a few cases whole rooms are behind secret passageways.
The houses are connected by a series of ramps, walkways and platforms built into and around the tall trees and each of it sit around 8 to 10 meters off the ground. In every house one can find a comfortable sleeping quarter, a little sitting room, a toilette, and, since we speak about Germany, a beer-filled mini bar. Almost each of them has a terrace that provides a stunning leafy view.
In addition with the things mentioned above three of the houses are equipped with showers and kitchens, while the rest of them share a shower block.
The prices range from 180 euro (£144) per night to 250 euro (£200) per night. Every year around 90-thousand people visit Kulturinsel Einsiedel, with about 16-thousand staying at TreeHouse Hotel.
Photos: kulturinsel.com, gizmag.com
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