This is a tiny zen cabin on stilts in Vallsta, Gävleborg, Sweden. It’s an elevated cabin vacation with incredible views. It seems like the perfect spot for anyone who likes to meditate.
The main level of the cabin is where you have your living area, kitchenette, table, and a sleeping area. Then you have the upstairs area that’s accessible by ladder outside where you can really take in the view, meditate, do yoga, or just sit in stillness.
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Elevated Zen Cabin Vacation in Sweden
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This unique elevated cabin is located near the near Ljusnan River in Vallsta, Gävleborg County, Sweden, and can accommodate two guests.
The bedroom area has comfortable futon mattresses that can be hung on the wall to create more space.
Bench seating is available against the huge windows, so glampers can relax while enjoying the breathtaking scenery outside.
There is also a small kitchen area with a sink and mugs. Heating and electricity are included with the stay.
Guests can take in the forest and the valley below by heading upstairs to the loft, which has panoramic views from all sides.
Images via Glamping Hub
The cabin is nestled in trees, with winding natural trails to explore. Just a short drive away is the aforementioned, crystal-clear Ljusnan River, as well as Orbaden Beach and the Orbaden Spa and Resort.
Elevated Cabin Rental | Glamping Hub
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This looks amazing and beautiful. Because it is requiring a minimum of a one night’s stay unfortunately I will have to relegate the beauty of the experience to someone else as I don’t think I can hold my bladder that long. Even after going to the site and looking through the information, there just doesn’t appear to be a toilet and no mention of where the closest one is.
Does mention it’s near the Orbaden Spa and Resort, which can be part of the booking, and nearby restaurants and shopping areas that would have restrooms…
But likely the toilets are the outdoor type…
Yeah, I saw the resort mentioned but the ‘nearby’ thing isn’t explained. An outdoor toilet of course would be ideal if close but I just found it weird that they don’t mention the toilet at all considering it isn’t in the cabin.
It’s something to get used to while traveling that some countries have different norms and etiquette around availability and use of restrooms…
Sweden generally has easy access to restrooms, especially in popular tourist areas, but the catch is most of the public ones require a “toa-tia” (‘tia’ = 10 crown coin) or similar fee… So it’s a good idea to keep exact pocket change handy while over there and familiarizing yourself with what etiquette is expected in their use…
Like, when going to a restaurant, the restroom may just require a pass code but it’s expected you order something before asking for the code… and they’re more strict on everyone cleaning after themselves, restrooms will usually include a cleaning brush, and washing your hands with soap…
The exception to the charge would be public libraries, which are free to use… Though, this system generally means the restrooms are very clean and well maintained… Though, avoid the ones at train stations…
But even the remote cabin or tree house getaways there will have at least an outhouse nearby and relieving yourself in nature, nearby bush, etc. is usually not allowed and can actually get you fined… So they’re unlikely to leave you without options…