More often than not, treehouse cabin stays exchange creature comforts and 21st-century convenience for romantic idealism and a rough night’s sleep. Sure, they offer a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city life — what with their quiet isolation and breathtaking views — but their spartan designs usually mean that they don’t make the best places for long-term living, at least for those less inclined to camp.
However, this cabin designed by Norwegian architects Helen & Nard isn’t your average tree-based abode. On the contrary — outfitted with electricity and high-speed Wi-Fi, as well as a personal kitchenette, a flushing toilet, a shower, and under-floor heating, the Woodnest treehouse makes for the perfect luxury home away from home. Inside you’ll find an interior made using handsome black alder wood with handcrafted Eikund chairs, a double bed, and a pair of singles — plenty of room for you and three others. Suspended 6 meters above the ground with little support apart from the tree, its pine cone-inspired exterior seamlessly blends into the surroundings. Oh, and if you were wondering about the view — it overlooks Norway’s Hardanger fjord with a backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Book from $310 a night.
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