This is the World famous TREEHOUSE as shown on Animal Planet-TreeHouse Masters- Kentucky Climbers Cottage. This adventure tree house is ideal for those who want to unplug and have a ‘off the grid’ immersion in nature. You walk right into the spacious tree house via a ramp. The large barn doors open to let the outside in. A super comfy bed awaits you in the loft. Kids love to nestle in the nook under the steps. Pull out sofa in the living room. Best for two adults and 4 kids max. Check out our new Treehouse the Aliyah that sleeps 6 VRBO1234343
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For those wanting "off the grid nature experience" This is a adventure experience.
Start the morning enjoying your breakfast or a cup of coffee in a Adirondack chair off the deck and take in views and solitude of old growth trees, nature and forest.
Or venture down to the hammock below the tree house for peaceful relaxation.
Hike our maintained 200 acres. The heart trail takes you around the property and is 3.3 miles and leads you to a large trillium 3 person hammock where you can enjoy lunch.
OUR NEWEST is the hobbit tree house trail where you can find yourself immersed in finding the 10 hobbit houses. Make your way to the end of the trail to make a wish in the creek located by the oldest tree on the property.
The five tree grove is available to you to book a guided tree climb. Here our professional facilitator will take you to the top for the best views! You can learn all the tree tricks including coming down upside down. Or just hang out in the GIANT green net!
A fire-pit is strategically placed to view from the deck or comfortable seating to roast marsh mellows.
Kids can go on scavenger hunt to find the 5 ponds, explore an abandoned 1800s settlers log cabin, and wade and play in several cool creeks! Bring your fishing poles!
You can also book a guided meditative hike that will connect you deeper to yourself, others and nature. Enjoy one of clients favorites...A mindful hike.
Or just take your own mindful hike. People get answers on these trails to the questions about their life.
A favorite feature of this tree house is the wood-burning stove. Not only is fire simply meditative it will heat up the entire house!
You can buy a big bundle of wood for $25.00 or bring your own.
A fully stocked kitchenette inside has everything you need to cook all your meals including 2-gallon tank of water, pots and pans, plates, bowls, and utensils. With a portable sink for clean up
Enjoy a fresh creamy cup of coffee with use of the french coffee press or make a hot cup of tea in our red tea kettle.
You are sure to sleep well in our extra cozy comfy king-size CASPER bed.
Kids can sleep on the sleeper sofa. Sheet can be found in the sofa. We recommend you bring their sleeping bags, or blankets.
In addition, there are extra cushions cushions in the nook that can also be rearranged into a comfortable fun sleeping space for kids to nestle with their sleeping bags.
You also have access to a easy to use portable propane heater if you don't want to use the wood-burner.
The treehouse now has electricity, air and electric lights!!
One of people's favorites is to open the large barn doors to bring outside in.
While there up a delicious barbecue dinner on our gas grill outside on large deck with comfortable seating that overlooks the valley.
This TreeHouse is recommended lovers Nature lovers, people who seek time away from technology.
Please take note*** If you love Wildlife and do not mind critters. The tree house is in the middle of the woods you may encounter mice, wasp, bees, ticks, deer, turkey, flies, ants, water bugs, hear coyotes, and owls especially out on the trails. THIS IS THEIR HOME! We ask that you be a person that respects wildlife. If interaction with bugs, insects, animals and nature is disheartening to you we do not recommend this tree house experience for you. Please do not book this tree house and then call us when you see a wasp, bee, find a tick or other things you find in nature. We have used natural deterrents that really work to keep critters out of the tree house. Since part of the adventure are the famous barn doors that open to the outside occasionally one may sneak in. We recommend not leaving the barn doors open when you leave the tree house for a hike or overnight since flying insects love the tree house.
**A favorite of guests is visiting the Historical town of Augusta Ky. Childhood home to George Clooney. The Irish Pub is a great place to eat (call ahead for open hours) and have a ice cream after at the general store across the street. Visit the small red train with historical info and take a stroll along the beautiful Ohio River just two blocks to the left of the pub. Augusta is also home to underground railroad.
Take a magical ferry ride across river and visit small town of Ripley. Find a place to eat along the river. You can take bridge back to Maysville and visit their historical downtown. Eat at Parc Cafe-A Italian cafe replica.
For quick bite to eat order a Pizza from the Germantown 1st stop Gas station 4 miles and pick it up. Phone number is in the treehouse.
The Tree house is our dream come true. I wanted a treehouse since I was 10 years old. I believed it would bring me peace. I would play in the woods with my siblings imagining this treehouse it with small branches, using rocks as our furniture and moss as our carpet. I never let go of having this space and thought about it often.
When Bill and I started our dream company EarthJOY Tree adventures in 2007. Whereas we take clients to the top of trees on ropes. As part of this venture we wanted to give them another experience. Why not be able to stay in a treehouse too??
We set off to take Pete Nelsons LEARN HOW TO BUILD A TREEHOUSE in 2009 workshop.
After the workshop we looked high and low for the perfect property to have this dream come true. We ran into many obstacles one being not able to afford it or not the right trees.
When we saw Pete on Animal planet I thought I would just apply for the fun of it. We didn't even have a place. When they called and accepted our application I called Dad. I asked him if we could build a treehouse on his 200 acre farm. He laughed and then said YES! He said he was tired of running two farms and his dream of having a huge cattle farm would just have to be turned into building a few treehouses.
Animal Planet wanted to share this story and hence our episode is famous and called "THE KENTUCKY CLIMBERS COTTAGE" After two years they still air it on Treehouse Masters/AP.
December of 2014 marks the year my childhood dream finally came true. Not only do I mark off time to enjoy my treehouse myself.. I also set aside time for my Womens workshops and our treeclimbing clients. They not only have an incredible experience via a guided tree climb they also get the full immersion of being held by 10 trees in a TREEHOUSE!
Over and over again we heard how the magic of the treehouse totally rejuvenated stressed souls so last year we decided to open it up to others and put it on air b&b
The adventure begins on the journey to the treehouse. As you wind your way through the beautiful back roads you can stop over at Augusta for a romantic dinner and a walk along the Ohio River.
The treehouse is secluded and tucked in the woods so you feel like you are off the grid. It has a propane grill inside for simple meals and a gas grill outside for more elaborate meals.
Be sure to watch the story behind the treehouse on Animal Planet -The Kentucky Climbers Cottage