Treehouse Grove adds eight new luxury homes, in collaboration with Pete Nelson of “The Treehouse Master,” so more families can enjoy the unique and relaxing experience of being surrounded by nature while enjoying modern conveniences, according to a release Press.
Ranging in size from two to four bedrooms, each of the new treehouses will have unique features, like a hot tub, outdoor shower or roll-out porch beds for sleeping under the stars, as well as larger layouts, fire pits and Moreover. Plus, the new treehouses will offer kid-friendly and pet-friendly options so the whole family can come.
Each tree house includes an equipped kitchenette, high-speed internet connection, a leather sofa bed, comfortable outdoor seating and magnificent mountain views. There are also heating and air conditioning units in each treehouse to ensure your stay is comfortable whatever the time of year.
The treehouses are nestled among the trees near the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, giving guests easy access to beautiful scenery and hiking as well as all the excitement that Gatlinburg, Sevierville and Pigeon Forge have to offer.
“For most of my life I have had a special reverence for the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee,” Pete Nelson said in a press release. “This area offers incredible hikes that often lead to one of 2,000 waterfalls and as avid hikers the Nelsons are thrilled to be part of such a special project at the base of these magnificent mountains. Treehouse Grove, now in its second phase of construction, will continue to allow us to share our passion for the great outdoors with countless others. It is an honor to work with the Ayres family to bring our craft to this beautiful wilderness.”
Reservations for the new treehouses will open on March 1. For more information, visit the Treehouse Grove website.