You Can Stay In A Stunning Treehouse In Bali For £30 Per Night
If there's one thing we love to do as we sit at our desk, it's dreaming of our next picturesque vacay - and this one's caught our eye, if not for the stunning location but the totally reasonable price tag.
Yep, there's a treehouse you can stay at in Bali for less than £30 a night. Erm, sign us up immediately.
Tree House "Rumah Pohon" is located on Nusapenida, the biggest of the three Nusa Islands, just off from mainland Bali.
"Imagine waking up from sleep accompanied clean air, the sound of birdsong, and the smell of fresh trees.
"Moreover, coupled with a panoramic view of the sea, sunrise and sunset are certainly amazing
"In Indonesia, now your dream can be realised because we have found exotic tree house that you can stay.
"Breakfast can be enjoyed on the patio room while enjoying the morning air and green panorama in the orchard.
"Warung (a small cafe) is near the house (about 1 min. of walking). You can order national food nasi goreng or some other food.
Additionally, you can also relax on a bench made of tree trunks to enjoy the natural atmosphere around."
Sure, the translation might be a little off, but you can't deny they certainly paint a picture.
The treehouse is suitable for two or three guests, that's providing you're comfortable with sharing one bed. As for other amenities, there's a bathroom located outside of the treehouse and a basic kitchen.
Alright, you don't have to twist our arm.
Judging by some of the reviews, the treehouse seems just as good as the pics would suggest, with one saying: "A incredible place to stay with an unbelievable view and great hosts to make you feel welcome."
Another said: "These huts are like nothing you've ever seen before. Gorgeous location, stunning views, nifty tree house which is basic but does the trick. Has electricity and a fan in each hut.
"Beautiful sunrise. Has a separate hut for a bathroom with a shower that has such good pressure! Hosts are soooo hospitable, they have a little kitchen up top with well priced food and drinks too."
They added: "The only thing is the walk is a mission to get down and back up, and there are lots of other tourists who come down to the huts to take photos. But they kept out of our way when they realised we were staying there. ABSOLUTELY WORTH STAYING HERE! BEST EXPERIENCE [sic]!!"
But if this does sound like one for you, you'll have to wait a while, as the treehouse is now fully booked until September 2019. Worth the wait we reckon...
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