If you happen to be in Utah and want to find an accommodation where every childhood imagination you ever had came to life, you might need to check out this fantasy treehouse owned by John. Located in cold Nephi, this treehouse certainly will melt your frozen heart.
As you cross the 70’ suspension bridge sparring a running stream, you will feel like stepping into another world. The rustic feeling you feel in the cabin, the gorgeous wood paneling, and the giant tree trunks jutting from floor to ceiling, everything will put you at peace. This well-insulated treehouse will never disappoint you.
The fantastic treehouse owned by John is a three-story house. It would help if you climbed the ladder to reach the bedroom in the second deck. They provide you with one bedroom, large enough to make space for one queen-sized bed, two pullout sofa beds, and a one-floor mattress.
The bedroom is supreme comfort, just like your favorite haven in the attic: warm and cozy. The linens are spotless, and the bed is amazingly comfy.
The bathroom and the shower are outside in the small building across the bridge. This building also functions as a laundry room. The bathroom is private for the treehouse guests only, e.g., your group or your family. This happens to the table fire pit as well as the hot tub. Guests do not share these facilities.
They provide all the essentials in the bathroom, such as soap, towel, and toilet paper. Hot water is also available. The only thing you need to worry about is the lack of a hairdryer here.
The cabin is made of woods, adding the ambiance of a treehouse. It is well insulated and compact. There are a dedicated workspace and kitchen for cooking basic meals. The kitchen is equipped with a mini-fridge, refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker.
They also provide a TV and indoor fireplace. There are three heaters on the top side: two in the living room and one in the bedroom, so even if you come here in cold months, you will still feel the warmth, literally.
If you dare enough to climb the ladders to the third level of the house, you will find a crows nest and the superb 30’ off the ground deck. Here you will see the giant tree trunk jutting from floor to ceiling and realize that this accommodation is an actual treehouse tucked in between the trunks of the tree.
This amazing view may make you want to sit back, relax, and enjoy the surroundings if you are not afraid of heights.
The bridge is the highlight of this fantasy treehouse. It is well-lit at night, and as you walk on it, you will feel serene listening to the creek below. Plus, there is anti-slip tape on top of the bridge, so you need not worry about safety.
John also provides this space with a kid area and pavilions with a spa and a dining area with a barbecue grill and gas fire pit table. The pavilions will surely be your favorite area after a long day.
The neighborhood is another venture. Horses are residing next door, roaming deer, and many animal tracks. Mount Nebo is just outside Nephi, and Little Sahara is only 30 minutes away.
The only downside to being aware of is the train tracks are nearby. The train blares its horn as it approaches the intersecting traffic, which is loud and may startle you. Not a big deal, though.
John really has outdone himself in building this stunning accommodation. All the attention spent on extra touches of furniture, decor, and accessories inside and outside the house is really exceptional. It is pleasantly clean, gorgeous, and lives up to all expectations. You can also book this space for long term stays for 28 days or more. Do take note that no pets or smoking allowed.
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