The treehouse consists of 3 separate areas – Mind, Body and Spirit – each connected by rope-bridges.1
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Amazing Three-Part Treehouse Cabin Vacation in Atlanta, Georgia on Airbnb
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TreeHouse #1: Mind
Mind – The Sitting Room: Antique furnishings and artifacts including 80 year old windows of pressed butterfly wings, a plaster cast of a Siberian Tiger paw, fossils, a couch and chairs, its a great place to read or talk and has a balcony overlooking an acre of lush woods…
TreeHouse #2: Body
Body – The Bedroom: Sleeps 2. What could be better than a great bed up in the trees? The super comfortable double bed is outfitted with the world’s best bedding: Parachute. These cozy linens are made of 100% long-staple Egyptian cotton and pure Linen. They’re Oeko-Tex certified, meaning no harmful chemicals or softening synthetics have been used. You’ll have your best night’s sleep ever here at the Treehouse! The bed is equipped with wheels so it can either be inside the room or rolled out onto a platform that overlooks the stream below. The mattress has a warmer for cool nights and the tin roof makes rain storms something to be enjoyed.
TreeHouse #3: Spirit
Spirit – The Hammock Deck: Open to the elements and immersed in thick greenery, the deck surrounds the spirited “Old Man”, a 165 year old Southern Short-Leaf Pine tree–the largest of the 7 trees that support the treehouse suite and watch over its guests.
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