Well, you’ve a great chance to observe most magical Airbnb in the world, the pan-style treehouse perched among 150 years old pines. Many peoples believes to live in real nature and they’ve dreamed of fairytale treehouse, complete with radiant lights, and romantic bridge, perhaps looks a lot like this. Set amid the branches of a 150-year-old Southern Short-Leaf Pine tree, the Buckland retreat, nestled in pristine woodland in the heart of Atlanta, has now been listed on AirBnB, and it even comes with wifi. The enchanting tree house is the handy-work of inspired couple Peter and Katie Bahouth, and comprises of three separate rooms that are marvelously attached by rope bridges strewn with fairy lights.

Therefore; former Greenpeace executive director Mr Bahouth, bought the appealing woodland spot in 2000, and spent the next six months designing and building the textbook forest hideaway. The living rooms are decked with handy blend of remarkable antiques and up-cycled furniture, including splendid chandelier adding an eye-catching touch to master plan, including an 80 years old butterfly window. The indoor dining area comprises of room seats which’re comfortable for six people. Moreover the bedroom is ideal locations for real nature lovers, who can enjoy true nature without leaving the comfort of your bed, and it can be pushed out onto a platform overlooking a local stream.

Even though you don’t even have to worry about catching a chill the beautiful organic linen bedding has been teamed with a heated mattress pad to keep you toasty all night long. Moreover for outside environment a lavish decking area seats up to 10 people and comes complete with a hammock for day-time dreaming or star-spotting at night. But if you do get the need to leave the confines of the tee house, the Bahouth’s have provided a list of local beauty spots to explore. Or, like some lodgers, you could just order pizza delivered straight to your branch.

Now you know, such kind of experience cannot offer in cheap rates, the expensive enchanting beauty, a minimum two night stay offer is £236 per night – but we reckon it’s worth it! It’s no surprise this Peter Pan-style tree house comes with a five-star rating from former guests. Every detail is quirky and fun, including a bed that pushes out on a track so you can sleep on a plank under a canopy of trees “unbelievable”.25A5F4CF00000578-0--a-46_1423846024255 But don't worry, you won't catch a chill. Raw linen bedding has been teamed with a heated mattress to keep guests toasty all night long Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the interior with natural light, while pretty fairy lights and swishy curtains add a dash of romance to the scheme Pretty mirrored furniture and pooling curtains create a sense of romance in the retreat's only bedroom The couple have even installed wifi in the tree house for those guests who feel the need to stay connected to the outside world The luxurious double bed is on wheels and can be pushed out onto the mezzanine for guests who want sleep outdoors The rustic living room has been decked out with shabby chic furniture, while colourful accessories add warmth to the cosy scheme The tree house consists of three separate rooms which can be reached via rope bridges strewn with fairy lights to light the way This stunning tree house is nestled amid lush woodland in Atlanta

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