Friday Fun: Treehouses – the Luxury Version

Following last week’s perched offerings, I realised that architects and hoteliers have caught on with humans’ perpetual fascination with treehouses. So there are now more new places high above the trees than ever before, where you can eat, study, play or even pray, indulge in your Tarzan fantasy… for the right price.

Loch Goil, Scotland. From 1759 website.
Loch Goil, Scotland. From 1759 website.
Yellow Treehouse Restaurant in New Zealand. From redwoodstreehouse.co.nz
Yellow Treehouse Restaurant in New Zealand. From redwoodstreehouse.co.nz
The space age look for one of the rooms in this treehotel in Sweden. From treehotel.se/ufo
The space age look for one of the rooms in this treehotel in Sweden. From treehotel.se/ufo
Moballizac, France. From chateaux-dans-les-arbres.com
Monballizac, France. From chateaux-dans-les-arbres.com
The Minister's Treehouse in Tennessee serves as a church as well. Probably the world's largest treehouse. From Matador Network.
The Minister’s Treehouse in Tennessee serves as a church as well. Probably the world’s largest treehouse. From Matador Network.
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Quiet Treehouse, custom-made by Blue Forest company. http://www.blueforest.com