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  • Karen Sosa G.

    Tree Hotel / the Blue Cone Treehotel offers a unique hotel experience: treerooms with contemporary design in the middle of unspoiled nature. Here you can forget about the time constraints of everyday life, enjoy the serenity, and rejuvenate in a sophisticated yet familiar environment. Where is Treehotel? Treehotel is located in Harads, near the Lule river, about 100 kilometers from Luleå airport. The village has a population of about 600 and features a restaurant, shop and guest house.

  • Janette Rogers Yamaguchi

    Little Red House in the Big Woods

  • Vetti Rock Ⓥ

    The blue cone cabin, tree hotel, Sweden

  • Dennis Maksymiw

    The Blue Cone, treehouse hotel in Sweden.

  • Carrie Hoffman Jewelry

    treehauslove: The Blue Cone. An amazing little red tree house in the big woods about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle. The house has one room that is accessible via a bridge from the nearby mountain. A huge window gives you a sight to a coniferous forest and a beautiful river. Located in Harads, Northern Sweden, Europe.

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Warning: Bold red ahead. At the Treehotel in the forests of Swedish Lapland, a single cabin is painted an unexpected shade of crimson. The hotel is a cluster of five treehouses, designed by prominent architects, with the aim of helping guests reconnect with nature. In this cabin, designed by Stockholm-based architects SandellSandberg, the reddest of reds is coupled with a tranquil interior palette of white, light wood, and gray. For booking information, visit Treehotel.

Tree Hotel in North Sweden with mirror exterior to blend with nature. Amazing Idea!

Stay in a Tree House: SwedenL - Treehotel, Harads All are elevated between 12 and 20 feet off the ground and look out over the traditional village of Harads to the Lulea River. In typical Scandinavian fashion, Treehotel also has a sauna -- only it's a circular pod hoisted seven feet up.

The Treehotel in Swedish Lapland - The Cabin

Classical white stone surround and funky carved door on stucco in Stockholm, Sweden

Sweden, could it be more perfect to stay above a creperie to write a novel? Maybe when I'm done I could invite my family to come live here permanently.

Combo stone and pea gravel. Areas for humans and dogs Small garden for a small backyard: For the beds, Welti chose plants—boxwood clipped into balls, Solomon's seal, Russian sage, Mexican feather grass, and hydrangeas— that would co-exist harmoniously and stand up to heat.

Let's be honest, there can be no place cooler to live, work, play, dream, sing, dance, eat, read than a treehouse. Ever. EVER.

TREE HOUSE Blending in with the surroundings