There’s A Stunning Treehouse Airbnb In Donegal Waiting For You After Lockdown

Needing a countryside staycation? OK, senseless – how could you not be?

Did you know settled away in the undulating slopes of Glenleigham, Co. Donegal there is a dazzling, provincial treehouse Airbnb that shines a different light on the word comfortable?

Just a brief drive from The Wild Atlantic Way, this peaceful oasis has been fittingly named The Birdbox by its hosts Anna and Pete. The name takes motivation from the reality this high-quality treehouse is arranged between the branches of mature oak and Scots pine trees.

Upon reaching in The Birdbox, you’ll enter the property by means of ‘a 30 meter stroll along a ventured wooden walkway through a bank of mature trees’ which even finishes with a five meter long rope connection carrying you to the treehouse’s decking territory for extreme novelty factor.

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Inside is similarly as a very remarkable gala for the eyes. Despite the fact that it’s a significantly reduced space, Anna and Pete have really utilized each and every inch of area to make a ultimate woodland hideout.

A little woodburning stove gives warmth to the treehouse to guarantee most extreme comfort, while the mezzanine territory holds a twofold bed making this the ideal spot for a couple looking for a romatic escape or maybe any individual who feels they need a digital detox after months spent gazing into a screen at home.

Whenever you’ve subsided into your comfortable new dwelling place, we prescribe you direct your focus toward what lies outside where you’ll be confronted with the most amazing perspectives on Glenveagh National Park.

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In the event that all that hasn’t offered the experience to you, the reviews represent themselves.

“”I’ve lost count on how many people I’ve already shown this place to, it’s one of those hidden secrets and [it’s] right here in Ireland!” entertained one visitor named Aideen.

“I loved how the place was decorated with interesting pieces throughout, but my favourite was the bedroom area, with the trees framed beautifully in the little windows. I was lucky enough to catch the moon through the trees from the porthole window at night, just stunning” another lady named Laura reviewed.

The Airbnb depiction included one note that felt a little setting off for those of us attempting to anticipate life past lockdown as it takes note of: “The closed pubs are a five-minute drive away.” We might dare to dream this was composed pre-lockdown and the ‘close’ signify ‘nearest’.

As you can envision, interest for this treasure is high so don’t waste any time – book yourself into The Birdbox for just €75.00 per night!

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