This tiny-home-meets-outdoor-living accommodation is perfect for any nature lover or those seeking a truly unique and minimalist experience while visiting Gros Morne National Park.
Guests can cozy up to nature in this very tiny tree house as they're surrounded by a knotty pine interior and lush vegetation at every window and door. Enjoy a hot outdoor shower and al fresco dining in this little hideaway.
The Rustic Tree Howse is suitable for solo adventurers or couples.
This cozy, rustic tree house is a best suited for those who are more adventurous or enjoy camping. It includes a closed sleeping area, a covered dining and cooking area and an outdoor shower with hot water. Toilet facilities are located inside the adjacent house. Guests are provided with spring water from a natural spring within the national park and the accommodation is outfitted with linens, dishes, cook ware, a cooler, and a space heater (when needed in the colder seasons).
The tree house has limited amenities and space. Guests should note that this accommodation is a "tiny" space. While the interior has a vaulted ceiling, the tree house and area underneath it is compact. The bed is a standard sized futon, equivalent to a full/double bed. There are no electric appliances within the tree house, and any cooking can be done on a propane BBQ and burner located outdoors.
Guests can enjoy some of the beauty and charm of this pristine region without having to venture far from their perch, as the tree house is conveniently located within walking distance to scenic views, trails, restaurants, shops, the ocean waterfront and local fish market. Guests will have access to toilet facilities just inside the hosts' home, which is essentially reserved for the tree house guests, as well as access to a propane BBQ and burner if they wish to cook meals on-site.
Interaction with guests
Interaction will be as sparse or as frequent as the guests prefer. Trees and vegetation provide ample privacy (when in bloom) for the tree house. The hosts do their best to ensure the privacy of their guests, while also being available to them should a need arise. The hosts are friendly and willing to provide suggestions or advice for those planning an outing, adventure or even a meal. With more than six years experience as a guide for a popular adventure tourism business in the park and avid outdoor enthusiast, Chad is a great resource for those visiting the area.
Other things to note
Peddle bikes may be available to guests at no extra cost.
Kayak tours may be provided to guests at an extra cost.
Please inquire with hosts for availability of these options!
Taller guests may want to note the size of the tree house. While the interior of the tree house has a vaulted ceiling, the clearance underneath the tree house is about 5'4". The interior of the accommodation is compact and the bed is a standard-sized futon, equivalent to a full/double bed.
There is another accommodation on the host's property so guests may see or encounter other guests who are staying nearby. Guests must respect the privacy of those staying in the other accommodation and vise versa.
Guests should not feed squirrels or other wildlife. Guests should keep food stored inside the cooler or tree house when they are away from the accommodation, to avoid attracting any unwanted dinner guests.
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Enjoys the outdoors, new experiences and spending time with good company. Interested in culture, cuisine and the environment. Likes to travel with husband and son, and prefers staying in local neighbourhoods over touristy areas. Friendly, open-minded and respectful.
About the home
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