Quirky treehouse designs in a adventure park village in the far east of Germany on the Polish boarder
Spend the night in the tree-tops 10 metres above the ground and watch the sunrise on the eastern most point of Germany.
On top the mountains, designed as a village, this wooden adventure leisure park offers 9 treehouses. All are connected via a circuit paths that meet at the celebration platform in the heart of the hotel.
Each treehouse is creatively decorated and designed and has a small lounge, a bed alcove and mini toilet - some have a balcony. 3 treehouses have en-suite bathrooms and can accommodate up to 6 people.
Start your day with a tree-top shock shower with open-air drying. This is well compensated by the stunning view into the Neisse Valley at sunrise.
There are 8 further quirky accommodations with spectacular designs perched above the ground. Including one for children only. The site also offers camping, lodges, group accommodation and tree beds.
There is a gallery, theatre, annual festivals and cultural events and a huge 6 acre play-park. The pirate ship is stranded on a pebbled beach near the water fountain and sand games. Secret tunnels lead to climbing rocks and enormous ramp-slides. This is a playful combination of art, culture and nature.
A wood settlement has also been added. The oriental style and design of the 2 and 4 berth alcoves offers you a comfortable and magical atmosphere - the sleeping alcoves offer beds, bedding & linen, and small bedside table.
Prices start from around €230 per night for 2 adults and 2 children. In the wooded settlement 2 adults per night would cost €96 and €38.50 per child which includes entry to the adventure leisure park "Kulturinsel Einsiedel".
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