Unique Ball-Shaped Treehouse
Baumhauskugel, the first ever ball-shaped treehouse in all of Germany, is the perfect destination for couples and honeymooners who are looking for a one-of-a-kind vacation experience.
- Unique One-of-a-Kind Architecture
- Great Honeymoon Destination for Couples
- Authentic Treehouse Experience Unlike Any Other
- Great Views of the Forest All Around
- Perfect for Those Seeking Privacy
Built to look like a large geometrical ball, the Baumhauskugel's design is out of this world. But despite its odd shape, this treehouse is quite comfortable. It has a large cushy double bed and a seating area beside the window – all of which are big enough for two people. So if you're seeking to have a vacation that will prove to be unusual yet memorable, make sure you book this cabin. Not only does it lie underneath the canopy of lush green trees, but it also has a sense of peace and serenity that is hard to get by nowadays.
Though quite simple, Baumhauskugel really doesn’t compromise on safety and comfort. The cabin has all the necessary amenities needed for a hassle-free stay such as electricity, a heater, and a cozy bed. Howeever, due to its shape, it cannot house a water closet and therefore guests have to walk a little to get to it. On the other hand, the showers can be found in the castle. But still, it is available all day long and is only about a hundred meters away.
With regards to dining in at theBaumhauskugel, there's a dining hall out on the grounds that provides a mouth-watering breakfast buffet made from all the freshest local products and which can be eaten there or in the treehouse itself. Also, there is a Waldbar where lunch or dinner can be ordered upon request, as well as delicious breads and pastries, coffee and tea, and organic lemonades, beer, and wine.
How to get there
From Witzenhausen, head northwest on Hinter den Teichhöfen and then take the L3238 to Berlepsche. From there, take the slight right onto Mündener Street and turn right again onto An der Linde. After so, take the left turn to Hübenthaler Street and continue on the L3238 and when you see a right turn, take it. Follow this road until you reach a fork in the road. Keep right and then make another right towards Berlepsch. Once there, Baumhauskugel will be on the left.
About the area
Though the Baumhauskugel is pretty far from civilization, it is in the vicinity of great tourist and scenic spots that offers a number of activities. So if you’re planning to stay here, you will never run out of things to do. For starters, you can visit the Berlepsch Castle which is one of the most beautiful castles in Hesse, Germany. In here, you can check out the 1000-year old ruins and the museum, as well as the restaurant that is home to many fine delicacies and drinks. Also, you can go horseback riding through the forest with your family and friends. The horses and ponies are all well-trained so you’ll never have a problem with safety even if you’re a first-timer. In addition, you can hike through the various trails in the area – all of which lead to countless lookout points and attractions such as castles and mountain parks. But if you’re more of the laidback kind of person, you can simply stay at the Waldbar near the treehouse and camp around a bonfire while enjoying scrumptious meals or freshly-made bread and great beer. Here at the Baumhauskugel, there’s a suitable activity for you no matter which age bracket you belong to.
In the tops of large trees, nature-loving and awakened people can have a wonderful time, see the forest with different eyes and make their childhood dreams come true. A successful hideaway for holidaymakers who are looking for something special and want a new kind of journey, which will surely be an unforgettable adventure.
"In adventurous heights you can have an impressive experience with nature and experience the feeling of the original coexistence with the spirit of nature. You dive into another time and let yourself be inspired by our Earth."
1 Review - Unique Ball-Shaped Treehouse
J S - Germany
Simply the most amazing treehouse I've ever seen!