This place just may be as magical as running off to Neverland. Escape to the Sunshine Coast’s Halfmoon Bay to discover a romantic tree house cottage tucked away in the lush forest.
The picturesque property, also known as Aerie from the Pointhouse Suite on Sargeant Bay is featured on Glamping Hub. It boasts incredible floor-to-ceiling windows, modern finishings and a spacious wrap around deck. It gives off the feeling of being in an actual tree house as it is completely nestled amongst the trees.
Its secluded atmosphere makes it the ultimate spot to get back to nature and unwind with your loved one or friends.
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The cottage can sleep up to four guests, with one bedroom (queen-size bed) and a sleeping nook just off the living room (queen-size bed). It features a deep-set bathtub and a glass shower with a window overlooking the forest.
There’s a BBQ, coffee maker and basic cooking essentials to entertain your guests, as well as an epic hot tub set right in the trees.
If you want to stay in and relax, there’s plenty to do inside. They have a sound system set up, Apple TV, a variety of board games, DVDs and old VHS movies to keep things cozy.
You can also use a telescope to soak up the sights below. While the cottage is completely surrounded by trees, there’s a small opening just off the patio with a bench where you can look out onto Sargeant Bay.
The pristine property has a minimum two-night stay and costs around $340 per night (depending on the time of year).
Halfmoon Bay is just 2.5-hours away from Vancouver with a short 40-minute ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay to Langdale. Drive through Gibsons, Robert’s Creek and Sechelt until you reach Halfmoon Bay.
There’s plenty more to explore on the Sunshine Coast while visiting, including forest bathing in the serene Hidden Grove trails.
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