Uniquely, the pine tree ‘grows through’ the house floating in the middle of the forest
The Danish architect designed the guesthouse in the middle of a unique small forest with a pine tree trunk through a room of more than 300 square meters.
If you visit Mariager Fjord in Denmark, you will have the opportunity to experience a vacation in a luxurious tree house in the middle of a small forest, enjoying the fresh and quiet nature.
The luxury treehouse was designed by Danish architect Sigurd Larsen. The bedroom contains a king-size bed and a double sofa.
The cabin is 334 m2 wide, can accommodate 4 people with an outdoor kitchen, toilet and bathroom, fully equipped for guests to rest and relax.
The special thing is that during the construction process, no trees around were cut down. The motel was built with a huge pine tree running through it.
Guests will be resting in a multifunctional house with bedroom, living room and kitchen connected to each other without separation. The small kitchen is fully equipped with modern amenities.
This modern accommodation starts at $410 /night for 2 people, including breakfast.
The tree house called Lovtag (Løvtag) was designed by Sigurd Larsen, the famous Berlin architect. He also plans to build eight more hotels in the area. The accommodation will be built in various trees such as oak, beech…
This is Larsen’s first work, located at an altitude of nearly 8 m.
Hot water, electricity and large glass doors to admire the nature are also installed, creating the most comfortable space for visitors.
From the accommodation, it takes about a few minutes walk, you can visit restaurants and cafes to enjoy local cuisine. A small town 6 km away has a supermarket, a bakery… for visitors to shop.