Built with a mirror-glass façade, these cabins on a Tennessee Mountaintop are ‘invisible’ and have five-star amenities.

If you wish to camp but only with luxuries in tow – we have something just for you! A new glamping experience in Tennessee has recently opened and it promises you a stay in nature with five-star amenities and a lot more! Called the Bolt Farm Treehouse, the property includes five “invisible” cabins with mountain scenery and private hot tubs. Each of the accommodation units (designed and built by ÖÖD, a Tallinn, Estonia-based company) features a mirror-glass façade that makes them entirely private and almost ‘invisible’.

Commenting on it, Bolt Farm Treehouse Co-Founder Tori Bolt in a statement said, “Nature has this magical way of melting away stress, so it’s worth the hard work of anchoring these mirrored structures atop giant rock faces and next to waterfalls. The visually stunning architecture blends perfectly with nature, providing a fully immersive experience like no other.”

Each cabin comes with a queen-sized bed, air conditioning, heated floors, a desk, and rain showers. Other amenities include high-speed internet, an in-room movie theater, a Bluetooth record player, and a fully equipped kitchen with a stovetop, grill, pizza oven, mini fridge, and French press.

Further, guests can also laze in a private terrace that is fitted with a hot tub, Adirondack chairs, a bistro table, and a smokeless fire pit. For those more adventurous, there’s a range of activities available as well such as fishing, hiking, horseback riding, paddleboarding, kayaking, ATV tours, and pontooning on the Tennessee River.

The invisible cabins at Bolt Farm Treehouse can be booked online with prices starting at $395 per night.

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