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Even though you might be a world away from home, at the Treehotel we welcome you like family. Let us take you away from the stresses and demands of everyday life.
At Treehotel nature, ecological values, comfort and modern design are combined for an exciting adventure.

Gaze out at Sweden’s spectacular nature from our separate, unique and secluded and comfortable rooms in the trees. From September to March you have the chance to watch the Northern Lights illuminate the sky above you. Summertime we have daylight all night long.

One thing’s for sure at the Treehotel, you’ll be inspired by your surroundings and experiences.

Whether you’re looking for an adventure, a relaxing break or simply to wind down in nature, Treehotel invites you to experience nature, and our restaurant and surroundings, in the most unique and memorable way you can imagine.

The Bird’s Nest room was created to blend in with the surrounding environment as much as possible.

A room for introspection rather than extroversion. Here, you can really become at one with nature and have more time to yourself – in a gigantic treetop bird’s nest that no one else can see into.

You climb into the Bird’s Nest via a ladder and through a hatch in the floor. You then close the hatch, leaving the rest of the world outside.

Even though it is a compact room with small windows, it is perceived as remarkably bright, thanks to the interior decor and the windows which both let light in and offer you a way to look out.

The room is popular amongst families with children, but also suitable for 4 adults.

You may want to know that two of the beds are curved to follow the walls.

The Mirrorcube is a truly different tree room, a cube measuring 4x4x4 metres. The room is surrounded by mirror walls which both reflect and blend in with the surroundings.

A tree trunk grows through the room and is enclosed by an aluminium frame, which forms the base of the room. All walls are covered in mirror glass.

On the outside, this gives the illusion that the room is glass from floor to ceiling. However, on the inside, the walls are light plywood, with windows on three of them as well as on the ceiling.

Which is a good thing, because on dark nights when the lights are on, you can actually sense that there is someone moving behind the pieces of mirror glass that are not covered by walls.

Another exciting detail hidden behind the mirror facade is a balcony that allows you to go outside the box without being seen.

The Mirrorcube provides excellent accommodation for two guests. Here, you will find a double bed, a toilet and seating where you can socialise.

All of the Treehotel tree rooms have incinerating toilets and our sustainable Rukkamoinika water system with 3 litres of water for washing your hands.

The Mirrorcube room was designed by Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård and built by a local Harads company.

The UFO was designed to be the most unexpected thing you can encounter in the forest. And what could possibly be more unexpected than a UFO hovering amongst the trees? The room contrasts sharply with the camouflaged bird’s nest by the same architect, Bertil Harström.

Inside the UFO you are taken to a space-inspired world with a starry sky in the ceiling and an interior and textiles designed according to the same theme. The room has small windows which let light in and allow you to look out. Here, you can also feel the UFO move, as it is suspended on wires and beams connected to the trees.

All of the Treehotel tree rooms have incinerating toilets and our sustainable Rukkamoinika water system with 3 litres of water for washing your hands.

You enter the UFO using an electric, collapsible ladder through a hatch in the floor. As with the Bird’s Nest, large suitcases will have to stay in the luggage room.