Project Description

Spring is blooming, the birds are breeding and also the Treehousehotel Seemuehle has a new addition. Two freshly hatched treetop-nests now roost in the trees of an oak tree forest in the Spessart area.
Seamlessly they join the ranks of a historic watermill, a shepherd’s wagon and six more treehouses from our workshop. Biggest importance was attached to every detail, up to the smallest light switches. Only the finest materials have been selected for the comfortable treetop-suites, each one including its own bathroom with shower and toilet.
The treehouse with its pointed roof rises almost 30 feet high above the ground and is supported by two strong Spessart-oak trees. A cozy sleeping loft with big window front lets you dive right into the surrounding forest. Two guests can retreat here under a fragrant cedar-shingle roof.
The generous balcony welcomes its guests under a dense leaf canopy to have extended breakfasts and reading hours until the sun goes down.
Click here for the eighth and latest treehouse.