Gallery: E’terra Samara is an Amazing Treehouse Retreat Designed for th...

 

E’terra Samara is a five-star eco resort designed by Farrow Partnership studio that consists of twelve treehouse villas sensitively nestled into Canada’s Bruce Peninsula forest, which is listed as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. So as to work in harmony with the dramatic natural landscape, the treehouses are designed to be suspended in such a way that they ‘hug’ the trees, rather than being nailed directly into the lofty, historical arbors.

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  1. Adrian Brunette April 22, 2014 at 4:52 pm

    Please email me for prices. I would love to spend a couple nights in your resort :)

  2. nicolebreau February 21, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    I would love to spend a few nights here,,,how?

  3. B. Jerew December 15, 2012 at 10:28 am

    Samara looks very cool, but I have to wonder how it’s suspended. It may not be nailed directly to the tree, but with this cable system, I can imagine that it has to be attached somehow. Also, wouldn’t wind and occupants moving about swing it into the trunk anyway? (couldn’t find more specifics on the linked sites, but still a very beautiful idea.)

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