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High-class Treehouse Provides Greatest Comfort in Nature

Located about 4 hours north west of Toronto, Canada, eco-friendly five-star hotel E’terra Samara encourages you to "escape the city lights for starry nights in the magical crispness of the Bruce Peninsula." The already welcoming Canadian travel location will soon add a sequence of 12 environmentally-friendly treehouse cottages that will offer visitors with excessive luxury in the form of a innovative design. The idea, developed by Farrow Partnership Designers, is designed to blend naturally into the surrounding land and to ignore the Georgian Bay.
The pods will be built off-site, in three segments, out of regionally gathered wood and then set up with a metal platform and wire system that encompasses, but does not damage, each shrub trunk area. Farrow states, "The structure is designed to be suspended from the tree's trunk, rather than following the common practice of nailing to the tree, thereby hugging the tree rather than piercing its flesh.”

The one-bedroom treehouse styles will offer a stacked bed room area, a equipped liveable space, a recycling rest room, and an eco-friendly bath, all protected from various varying weather circumstances by a PTFE fiberglass-coated non-toxic material ceiling. Visitors will be welcomed to experience characteristics without disturbing the land, and will have access to the other hotel splendid luxuries along with a day spa and spa, salt water infinity pools, hiking trails, kayak, canoe, and boat tours, and flourishing gardens.

Eterra Samara Photo

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