our treehouses


presentation of our treehouses in our treehotel
Wood Hermitage / Urnatur:

In our huts and treehouses you live in harmony with nature: When it gets cold – make a fire. When it gets dark – lit a lantern


The little tree house

(1 person)

little treehouse
Our first treehouse built of old spare windows and what else leftovers there could be found – inspired by the life of Huckleberry Finn


Despite its plank walls and tar paper roof, the little tree house is charming with its simplicity. Anchored in two sturdy aspens it offers a magnificent view of a small dale and the swan lake. The hut is the brightest and smallest house of them all. Are you perhaps suffering from writer’s block? You’ll rekindle your inspiration here. Be prepared that the house may sway and croak when the wind grabs hold of the tree crowns. The bed in the little treehouse is a little smaller than average.[/vc_column_text][vc_masonry_media_grid grid_id=”vc_gid:1491246514409-92f0f195956ca8f9adea10ad6240acb1-8″ include=”4634,4631,4628,4632,4637,4635,4629,4627,4626,4624,4636,4633″][vc_separator][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

The air castle

(2 persons)

treehouse aircastle
The perfect place for your honeymoon: In the aircastle there is a double bed. You can go to a platform over the suspension bridge and on top of the treehouse there is a little veranda.


This cozy romantic treehouse was built 2010 as many of our guest requested a treehouse for two persons. A spiral staircase that grows out from the pine tree leads you up to the veranda. Another little ladder brings you even up higher – to a gazebo on the roof the treehouse. Another platform around a pine tree can be reached by a suspension bridge. The room itself is rather small with and with a 160cm double bed and a view over both forest and pastures. This hut is not safe and suitable for kids!

 [/vc_column_text][vc_masonry_media_grid style=”lazy” grid_id=”vc_gid:1491246514760-fb0096ba6d73cdc26765e5d3bfa811fa-7″ include=”4638,4643,3724,3776,4639,4640,4641,4642,4645,4647,4649″][vc_separator][vc_column_text]from the aircastle guestbook:
2 of our most glorious nights and days we´ve ever had. We´ve been dreaming and imagining our air castle for 6 months but no imagining did it justice. We love it.
We spent 5 days of our honeymoon here and it was awesome. Ulrika, Håkan and Tula never felt like strangers, but like people you always knew and just hadn´t seen in a long time. We met people from Sweden, France, Switzerland and the US and everyone was really kind. We learned a lot in those few days. Thanks for everything!
PS: The owls are not what they seem //Sabrina & Dominic


The Raven Nest

The Raven Nest is a treehouse in two sections. These two treehouses are to be booked in two sections separately:

the big (4p) & the small raven nest (2 persons)

The Big Raven Nest is Urnatur´s luxury suite for the special day,
The Raven Nest is also our “family tree” – the treehouse for the whole family.

the Big Raven Nest

As the aircastle is not suitable for kids we 2014 built the Raven Nest where you can stay with your kids or grandchildren. The raven nest is anchored in ten pine trees. Stairs and a footbridge lead you up to the big raven nest: A huge room (for being a treehouse) with ten sacral windows looking out over the forest, with a big double bed (180 cm) and two couches that can be converted to beds. From the balcony you can view the little pond and the woods.


our newest treehouse
Big raven nest: This is our treehouse suite – the perfect place for a couple or the whole family. It has a veranda and huge windows. The tree house is attached to seven pine trees.




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the Little Raven Nest

Halfway up you pass by the little raven nest which is small room with one bed and a couch that can be converted to a smaller bed and a little desktop with a view into the forest. A pine tree is growing right through the house. A Perfect extra room for the big family or maybe grandma…

tree house hidden in the woods
the little raven nest is the first part of this tree house that is built in two sections. A pine tree grows right through the room. This room has space for one person and a sofa that can be used as an extra bed for a smaller person (75x200cm). It has a little table with a view out over the woods – perfect for writing.

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