Stay in the gorgeous Treehouse for a luxury “glamping” experience! This space is perfect for an individual or couple looking for a peaceful getaway. Surrounded by towering pines and set back in a 40-acre farm estate in Concord, you feel like you are in the mountains of Asheville. Yet, you are only minutes from fun shopping and dining in historic downtown Concord – or you can spend time enjoying the property’s pool and hot tub, fire pit, or grabbing a hammock and relaxing in the woods.
The moment you step into the bedroom, you will feel the rustic vibe all around. It is spotlessly clean and very spacious. The queen bed is comfortable covered with spotless linen. The bedside tables with glass on top, the curtain, and the hanging lights add the rustic ambiance to this attic-like room.
You do have to descend from the treehouse and walk about 30 seconds to the eco-bathrooms, but it’s a pretty little mini-walk. The eco-bathrooms help reduces environmental footprints through composting, and they are spotless. Each eco bathroom has separate Men’s and Women’s eco-toilets with a shared exterior sink. The main eco bathroom also includes an amazing attached outdoor rainforest shower which is very relaxing with organic shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
You will feel like taking a bath in the middle of the forest. The tankless water heaters also provide unlimited hot water for you during your stay. The toilets are clean and well ventilated, with a basket of lime dust and a scoop to sprinkle into the toilet after every use. reducing environmental footprints through composting, and it was spotless. Stringed lights are kept on at all times to orient visitors to the bathroom and paths. If you want to use the hot tub, it is scorching and is always ready to go every time you want to jump in.
it is styled like it is a room out of a magazine. Space includes A/C and heat, all linens – including bath and swims towels, robes, and extra blankets – a mini-fridge, a coffee bar with a Keurig coffee machine, ground coffee, assorted teas, and hot cocoa, as well as assorted sweeteners.
The host also provides you with a selection of eco-friendly compostable plates, bowls, napkins, silverware, and cups. Other amenities like dish soap, snack bars, paper towels, extra towels, a wash bin, games, cards, a puzzle, and rules/instructions/suggestions are all provided and immaculate.
There is also a shared Farm Kitchen a short walk from your space that includes a full-size fridge, microwave, and sink, as well as all necessary cooking supplies (tools, oil, seasonings, and more) and grill-friendly pots and pans. You can also find an iron and ironing board, picnic blankets, and nest hammocks in this space.
There are signs around the property for where to go and what things are; the treehouse is secluded but not isolated, there are clear signs, lights, and a pine needle path to get to the stairs and door. The property is full of cute surprises. If you are an animal lover, this is a dream. Many people love walking around and greeting all the animals each day – a bunny and pig who are best friends, two beautiful, big white dogs, a gorgeous, friendly orange cat, a spunky zonkey, two funny goats, and lots of plump chickens everywhere. And the star of the show, Daisy, the blind bloodhound who will come to your door to say hi several times a day.
Grills are also available outside. If you choose to get food delivered for dinner – be aware that the delivery options are limited but definitely available if you need them. There’s a Food Lion just a couple miles down the road and the recommended Southern Strain brewing, which has plenty of spacious indoor and outdoor seating. Yummy food, too.
This space is perfect if you want a place to reset your mind and detach; however, food and coffee places are only about 10 minutes away. The treehouse itself is nestled back far enough away to give you privacy but close enough to all the shared bathrooms and the additional amenities. On top of that, they do everything they can to reduce waste and utilize eco-friendly everything.
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