Ever dream about spending the night in a treehouse, even as an adult? Well you can at this unique accommodation in BC. Nestled in the remote area of Tappen Sunnybrae—this Airbnb will offer an experience you won’t soon forget.
The treehouse is known as the Forest of Earthly Delights and it’s just brimming with character. At $195 (approximately) per night, it’s pretty reasonable too.
It’s equipped with four bedrooms and can sleep up to 10 guests with seven beds. It’s an off-the-grid glamping experience that will bring you right back to your childhood. Only, we’re pretty sure the ones you hung out in as a kid weren’t quite as nice as this one.
The four-story guest cabin and lodge look out into the lush forest—so you can truly unplug and just soak up all the nature around you.
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And when we said unplug, we really meant it. During the night, the power is turned down but there are battery powered LED lights and candles to give a more cozy feel. The cottage is 15-minutes away from the nearest restaurant and grocery store, so grab something on the way in and then just relax.
Tappen Sunnybrae is a five-hour drive away from Vancouver but not too far away from the Okanagan if you want to stop in for a night or two during a road trip.
Tappen Sunnybrae Treehouse in BC
Where: 20 minutes west of Salmon Arm
Cost: Approximately $195 per night (dependent on time of year)
For more magical getaways across the province, check out our Travel & Outdoors section.
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