Great Escape: Tree House Lodge

Great Escape: Tree House Lodge

Kimber Watson
Jul 30, 2009

As Great Escape month winds down, I've started thinking about my own escape soon to come. It's about time I began sifting through the bookmarked websites and saved magazine clippings and start planning - especially considering the vast array of stellar lodging options in Costa Rica. In no time I found this gorgeous hideaway, too beautiful not to share...

View From Inside the 800 sq ft Bathroom


The Tree House Lodge is situated on 10 acres of oceanfront property in Punta Uva, on the Caribbean coast. The complex is made up of four separate houses, each with their own private beach. The houses all have a handcrafted feel, but perhaps the most distinguishing features are the bathrooms; One houses a 100 year-old tree growing in the center of it, another is a whopping 800 square feet with a sea-horse jacuzzi! And no surprise here, the lodge is built out of sustainable woods, with many of the fallen trees hauled out of the jungle by oxen. Now, if I could only afford it. The price for two people ranges from $200 - $390 per night.


For more information on the Tree House Lodge click here.


Back to square one for me. Does anyone have a special Costa Rican accommodation they'd like to share?


(Images: Tree House Lodge)

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