Today I’m excited to show you this DIY treehouse cabin resort thanks to Kirsten Dirksen of Faircompanies.
There are currently three treehouse cottages on the property.
Not long ago I showed you the very first treehouse that the owner built on the property.
And they each have conventional bathrooms with toilets and water that go into a septic system.
This means they are all fully permitted and licensed.
French doors, tongue and groove pine, cedar top ceilings, and more…
I encourage you to enjoy the full video tour and interview with the owner/builder below:
Each treehouse offers amazing views and fortunately they’re available as rentals if you ever wanted to go and stay in one.
Each one has a loft up top for the kids or for you if you wanted.
I showed this micro cabin / treehouse with wrap around balcony over at this post in November where you can actually stay in if you wanted to.
Video Tour and Interview with Owner/Builder
How to Stay in One of these Amazing Treehouse Cabins
Visit the owner/builders official website right here for more info.
Check availability and book the Calypso treehouse on Airbnb right here.
Check availability and book the Shitake treehouse on Airbnb right here.
Check availability and book the Cottage treehouse on Airbnb right here.
Explore more treehouses on Tiny House Talk here.
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This takes “tree huggers” to an all new level. Pretty amazing.
Thanks Lisa! 😀