Are you looking for a perfect getaway or an exotic resort destination hotel in Denmark?
Rasmus Lybæk has the perfect spot for you. He is the creator of Løvtag, an amazing treehouse resort in the wilderness near Mariager Fjord on the Als Odde peninsula. With the help of architect Sigurd Larsen, Rasmus has successfully created nine of these beautiful houses.
Remarkably, during the construction of these treehouses, no environmental damage has been done. No tree was removed to construct the cabins; rather, the designing has been done in such a way that the trees grow as they have been.
The wooden cabins are built 26 feet high from the ground level and are supported by metal clanks to make them more stable.
Spread across an area of 31m², this hotel In Denmark includes a kitchen area, two bedrooms, a bathroom, an open shower area and a rooftop terrace. Basic amenities like water and electricity are also available.
So if you are someone who loves staying close to nature and doesn’t want to compromise on luxury, this is the best place for you. Each treehouse can accommodate up to four people and charges are $415 USD for a single night including breakfast. To know more: lovtag.dk | sigurdlarsen.com
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