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Be one with the trees and get a birds-eye view at this rustic treehouse cottage on Vancouver Island.
Appropriately called Owl’s Perch—this unique property offers a treetop escape like none other.
Discover this hidden gem in Sooke that sleeps two guests, with one bedroom and one bathroom.
You will be completely immersed in nature with the cottage nestled between large cedars and a giant maple tree.
Standing 30-feet off the ground—Owl’s Perch offers unsurpassed views across the Salish Sea to the mountains of Washington state.
It also features a sprawling patio surrounded by trees—giving you a complete sense of privacy and serenity.
It’s also close to a lot of major attractions in the area, including the Galloping Goose Trail and the popular Sooke Potholes.
The cabin is attached to four large trees and you’ll need to climb nearly 50 steps in order to reach it. There’s also a ladder to reach the loft bedroom—adding to the whimsical nature of the suite.
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Owl’s Perch Treehouse in Sooke
Where: Nestled along the Galloping Goose Trail in Sooke, BC
Cost: Approximately $186 per night. You can check for availability on Airbnb
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