Sleep Underneath The Forest Canopy At This Epic Treehouse In Texas
This takes being one with nature to an entirely different level. You’ll feel like Tarzan as you sleep high in the treetops at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours in Spicewood. The birds will chirp mere feet away from you and provide a gentle wake-up call, the rhythmic sound of leaves rustling at night will lull you to sleep, and the lavish amenities will make you feel as if you’re staying in a five-star hotel. It’s the perfect spring or summer vacation that the whole family can enjoy. (Photos via Yelp/Cypress Valley Canopy Tours)
Sleep nearly 100 feet in the air in one of five amazing treehouses with luxury accommodations that will make you feel right at home - even though you'll be surrounded by lush greenery and the sounds of nature.
Lofthaven, which sleeps two guests, is built around an ancient tree trunk and has a wraparound porch to enjoy your morning coffee as the sun rises and the birds chirp.
It comes with a gorgeous connecting bathhouse featuring a tub with a cascading waterfall and a spectacular view of the ravine below.
The two smallest abodes, Juniper and Willow, are single-room spaces nestled above a gently flowing creek.
They include a small porch and access to shared bathrooms and a swimming pool. Pictured first is Juniper, and the bottom two photos are of Willow.
The Nest is incredibly spacious, offering two bedrooms, a lounge, and a kitchenette/dining area.
Located next to a beautiful waterfall, you'll feel as if you're in absolute paradise as you use the outdoor shower under the stars with the gentle trickle of water beside you sending you deep into a state of pure relaxation. This treehouse sleeps up to six people.
No matter which experience you choose, it's sure to be one you'll never forget complete with majestic wildlife, awe-inspiring trees, and amenities akin to those of a five-star hotel.
For information regarding rates and booking, visit their website.
Have you ever stayed in one of the treehouses at Cypress Valley Canopy Tours? What was your experience like?