Up to six people can share the Tree Fort style, which features spiral slides, custom drink shoots for bottles and cans from the kitchen to the lower porches, porches with telescopes, wood-burning and LED fireplaces, secret ladders, rope climbs for kids and more.
The Tree Fort Double offers the same amenities but joins two treehouses via an adjustable drawbridge.
The Luxe lives up to its name. These rentals feature king-size gel cooling beds, heated bidets, bamboo jet showers, clawfoot bathtubs and even outdoor tubs.
Designed with the help of mountain modern architectural firm MossCreek, and complete with crank and pulley systems, ropes, swings, slides, hatches, ladders, whiskey barrel sinks, porthole and speakeasy windows, Sanctuary Resort strives for an authentic treehouse experience for all ages.
Eventually, Sanctuary will have an enchanted forest, walking trails, an outdoor hot spring tub, a store and an area to host live entertainment and events.
“Sanctuary” is a fitting name for the resort, where the natural world is more protected and visitors can experience real refreshment and rejuvenation. We’re adding it to our travel bucket list!