Alpár Kató | Dec 8, 2018 | 2
Sleeping in nature? 3 treehouses to try in Hungary
Most of us have probably dreamt about sleeping under the leaves of trees at least once in our life. It seems so peaceful and untroubled, not to mention waking up to the twittering of birds. Well, your dream can come true in one of the amazing Hungarian treehouse accommodations.
Hungary is home to more and more special accommodation offers for those who would like to spend their holiday in the country. You can choose from nomad, budget-friendly options, and luxurious offers as well. The more creative, the better.
Ridikul.hu collected the following accommodations. They are all located on the treetop level and offer a peculiar experience to visitors. Even though leaves only grow in autumn and spring, most of these special accommodations also welcome guests during the winter months.
Kercaszomor – Kerca Bio Farm
Kercaszomor, found in the National Park of Őrség, is known for its bio farm and the treehouse belonging to it, which can accommodate five people. The terrace offers an amazing view of the farm and the horses living there.
The 10-hectare property lies next to the forest, on the coast of the Kerca Stream. In the riding-hall, the owners are primarily occupied with the farming of Andalusian horses. Guests can also take part in the life of the farm and the alimentation of the animals.
Noszvaj – Treehouses Flying Homes
“No bustle, only relaxation” claim the directors of the accommodation. The four treehouses, which have become quite popular in recent years, welcome guests on all days of the year. The luxury is ensured by the private jacuzzis and the breath-taking panorama.
The original idea of the owner was to establish more spontaneous, romantic and ad hoc lodges, but in collaboration with the architect, they decided to set up lodges that can operate throughout the year.
Verőce – Árnyas Dió Treehouse
The treehouse found in Verőce, which at on a walnut-tree, is very romantic, intimate and cosy. You are guaranteed to find your inner peace in the gingerbread house found in the height of 3.5 meters.
“The farther you get from the ground, the bigger the peace. The closer you get to the sky, the bigger the world you see. Tree crowns have enticed people for millions of years. This is an instinct that worked up the sense of security, and this is also the desire of harmony, which we can only experience in nature” says their website.
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