What better way to be with nature than a stay in a Scandinavian treehouse? The Treehotel offers guests an amazing experience for visitors in search of the Northern Lights.
Conceived by Kent Lindvall and his wife Britta in 2010 after struggling to raise enough income through their 1930's guest house and deciding instead to rent out a treehouse created by a friend of theirs. "The idea behind Treehotel is to offer high-standard accommodation in a harmonious place where none of the ordinary stress of everyday life exists," said Kent Lindvall. "People came to stay in the Treehouse and we noticed when they came back for breakfast they had big smiles on their faces; they were really happy with the experience of staying high up in the tree and we thought – this is something we can do more with," added Lindvall.
Since the original treehouse was conceived seven Scandinavian architects have now built treehouses including a mirrored cube, a birds nest and a futuristic space ship. The seven suites are arranged through a stretch of woodland located in Harads. These are definately on our bucket list.