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Amazing Tiny Treehouse Cabins in Germany

If you’re looking for an amazing tiny house vacation it would be hard to beat it with these amazing tiny treehouse cabins in Germany.

They’re located in Lower Saxony, Germany at a place called Resort Baumgeflüster which translates to rustling trees.

The owners of the property decided they would turn their farm into a tourist resort to enjoy staying in these beautiful treehouses designed by baumraum architects while enjoying the amazing scenery on the property. I think that was a good idea, right? Please enjoy and re-share below. Thanks!

Amazing Tiny Treehouse Cabins in Germany


Images © Alasdair Jardine, Philipp Herrnberger and Toma Babovic











Images © Alasdair Jardine, Philipp Herrnberger and Toma Babovic

Learn more: http://www.baumgefluester.de/en/

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  • David Swanson August 3, 2015, 12:58 pm

    This would be awesome. Especially as a vacation home!

  • eaglesnest August 3, 2015, 1:25 pm

    Magnificent!!! Wunderbar!!!
    Every little and big kids dream!!! Germans are masters at maximizing space and design in a highly functional and practical way!!
    My favorite…. Lol…. the toilet!!!! Wish they would be more promoted in US for residential dwellings (available through internet) =
    Spacesaver…. Hygenic (much easier to clean on outside!!) …
    Dankeschön for sharing this amazing design and wonderful idea of Baum-geflüster!!! Happy (luxury) dreaming in mother nature!!

  • Kathleen August 3, 2015, 6:16 pm

    I don’t quite understand why they’re called tree houses. They’re not built in trees. They’re on stilts with trees around them, and one tree coming up through the deck. I would worry about stability and would prefer the same idea built on a foundation. Maybe being elevated is for the views? Interesting idea.

  • Sally August 3, 2015, 8:15 pm

    I don’t feel the structures honor the lovely site at all; their placement looks unfinished and sterile. The long stairs would get very old after about five trips, not to mention totally eliminating visitors with bad knees. To me, its needs better integration among the trees and landscape, like the old mountain lake vacation homes in North Carolina. My first impression was “singlewide on concrete blocks,” like the redneck post cards. I’m sorry, but this would have to offer spectacular vistas and wildlife watching to offset the stairs.

  • David Feldman August 12, 2015, 8:44 am

    X2. But there are some great makeover ideas for a “single wide on concrete blocks.”

  • Nancy November 15, 2015, 7:55 am

    Nice use of 420 sq ft, LOVE the large windows and interior layout and light colored wood! So many times tiny/small houses seem to have tiny windows. Dislike the stilts

    • Stella W. February 13, 2016, 6:56 pm

      The poles make the dwellings look like luxury deer stands used for stalking/hunting deer.

  • Michael February 13, 2016, 6:40 pm

    This style is my favorite, modern and functional. Would be interesting to learn about cost.

  • Michael L February 14, 2016, 11:54 am

    Treehouse? That is a real stretch! But very nice. If you look at the photos with a very creative mind, you can get ideas of what could be done to rehab an older mobile home into a tiny home. There are so many ways for people to make the tiny house dream a reality!

  • Nancy August 24, 2016, 10:44 pm

    I don’t see a kitchen. So – Tiny Hotel Suite, not Tiny House.

  • Kim W September 12, 2016, 3:20 pm

    There is a sink and possibly a ceramic hob on the units behind the table. Also a coffee maker. Maybe one of the cupboards houses a fridge? The website talks about Miele appliances and crockery and cutlery. There is space to add further kitchen items.

  • Sheila Plourde November 15, 2018, 6:45 pm

    Love these. The look outside is cool. Deck is inviting. Inside is very pretty and clean. I don’t like clutter is why a tiny home intrigues me. I like a spotless but warm homey place. Have family in Germany. Never been there.

  • Gabriella November 16, 2018, 11:25 am

    When you can grasp this dream…., forget all the time lost in nothingness…..(you believe).

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