Whether you grew up with a tree house in your backyard or always dreamed of having one, this new hotel in Denmark promises to make you relive your childhood in serious style. Nestled in a small forest near the Mariager Fjord in Denmark is this gorgeous tree-top hotel.
Designed by Danish architect Sigurd Larsen, the tree trunk runs through the center of the room, bringing the outdoor elements inside and the interior fit out was based on a contemporary design. Inside the tree house is a bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom, along with a perfect rooftop terrace.
Named Lovetag, the tree house has garnered plenty of attention and eight more are due to be built in the same area. Each of the tree house rooms will have a different, unique design and will be centered around a difference species of tree, from beech to oak. Leaving the tree in the center of the tree house meant that it was free to sway in the wind while the rest of the cabin rests on steel pillars.
Sitting high up at 26 feet, the room boasts fantastic views of the surrounding, quiet forest and can be reached via a wooden bridge. At 334-square-foot, the room can accommodate up to four guests comfortable, through a double bed and double sofa bed. The bathroom is half-open air and guests can enjoy a spectacular outdoor shower and a small kitchen is also included.
For those who would rather dine out, there is a local restaurant and cafe within walking distance. In addition, a mere 3.6 miles away is the small quaint town of Als, containing a supermarket, local bakery and a butcher so guests can stock up on anything needed for their treetop experience.
Unlike childhood, wooden plank constructed tree houses, this one comes with hot water, electricity, and large windows for the breathtaking views and powerful rays of sunshine. Sit back and relax while you are tucked up in bed and watch the trees sway peacefully in the wind.