Spring is upon us, and what better way to enjoy it than in nature! Well, bringing you some much needed getaway grandeur this season is the Sanctuary Treehouse Resort that is all set to open in East Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains.
Touted to be the world’s largest treehouse resort, the property occupies over 40 acres of land. It is designed to provide a unique, interactive lodging experience to guests, with panoramic views of the Smoky Mountains and two 18-hole golf courses packed in.
Commenting on it, Brian and Amanda Jensen, the owners and developers of the resort, said, “Our initial inspiration to build a treehouse resort for the Smoky Mountains came after staying in a single treehouse several years ago in another state. We are creating an interactive experience within the treehouse itself; we hope guests desire to come back year after year.”
Per charlotteobserver.com, guests will get to choose from three types of treehouses: the Tree Fort, the Tree Fort Double, and The Luxe. Ideal for two to six people, the Tree Fort comes with a wood-burning fireplace, a king bed with a queen bed trundle underneath, a secret ladder, a spiral slide, a net swing for kids and adults, a telescope off the balcony, and more.
The Tree Fort Double features all of the above amenities along with a draw bridge that connects the two houses. Lastly, the Luxe comes similar amenities in addition to an outdoor tub with privacy curtains, a “suspended outdoor day bed,” a bidet and heated toilet system, and a bistro table on the bottom porch.
While there is no word on the opening date, the Sanctuary Treehouse Resort could be available for booking sometime this summer. Excited much?