After all this time inside, we’re dreaming about getting out there and connecting with nature. Our post-pandemic vacation might just have to include a visit to this incredible waterfront treehouse Aribnb in Ontario. The off-the-grid destination gives that camping feel, only with a little more protection than a tent can provide. It’s right in the heart of a beautiful forest and the perfect way to unplug.
*Editor’s Note: We aren’t recommending any non-essential travel to locations outside of your Ontario region. Book this one for the future, folks!
PICTURESQUE WATERFRONT TREEHOUSE
The gorgeous waterfront treehouse in question is located right near Ottawa, Ontario. Its prime location is nearby tons of quaint and adorable little towns like Almonte and Carp. There are loads of close-by attractions like farmers’ markets, local restaurants, and cute coffee shops. Plus, natural attractions like farmland, trails, and the Pakenham Falls.
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As for the actual treehouse? It’s cozy and cute. The home among the trees is made with 330 square feet of custom woodwork. With rustic pine and white oak interiors, you’re sure to be impressed by its forestry aesthetic.
The home is 9 feet off the ground and equipped with board games, an indoor fireplace, and seriously beautiful views. It sleeps three and comes with all the essentials like kitchenware and linens.
Of course, we can’t not talk about the beautiful site it sits on. The 100-acre property has tons of natural features to explore. It’s an outdoor oasis loaded with beautiful forestry, ponds, and wildlife.
Some of the spot’s amenities include the on-site trails, the home’s lake access, and a wrap-around patio. Fair warning, you’ll be completely off the grid at this location, with no internet, no power, and no central water. But hey – that may be just what you need after the year we’ve had.
Ahhh, just imagine how relaxing a stay here would be. While you’re on site, you’ll also have access to a canoe to explore the waterfront. Plus, just look at what the sky turns into a night! It doesn’t get better than that, does it?
As soon as the world is safe to travel once again, you already know this place is a must-see. Until then, we’ll be dreaming about our post-pandemic getaway among the trees. Take it all in here.
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