CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Luxury accommodation provider Bolt Farm Treehouse today announced the availability of the country’s first Invisible Cabin accommodation. In addition to its luxuriously appointed domes and treehouses (featured in Netflix’s “World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals”), Bolt Farm’s new invisible mountainside cabins feature mirrored glass facades to provide customers with whimsical, even mind-blowing travel experiences. In line with Bolt Farm’s sustainable, low-impact tourism model and its mission to help guests feel “immersed in nature and surrounded by comfort”, Invisible Cabins take this concept to the next level by “disappearing” into their environment inside and out. , offering complete privacy and an unobstructed panoramic view of nature by day, and blackout curtains for more privacy at night.
“Nature has this magical way of melting away stress, so it’s worth the hard work to anchor these mirrored structures atop giant rock faces and next to waterfalls,” says Tori Bolt, co-owner of Bolt Farm Treehouse (with her husband, Seth Lock). “The visually stunning architecture blends seamlessly with nature, providing a fully immersive experience like no other.”
Designed and produced by ÖÖD, based in Tallinn, Estonia, and located on the 55-acre mountaintop retreat of Bolt Farm near Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Invisible Cabins are framed with strong, durable steel and recyclable, and have a low visual and environmental footprint thanks to recycling. glass that reflects 97% of UV rays for comfort and energy efficiency. In keeping with Bolt Farm’s mantra, “Live Like Kings and Queens”, cabins include luxury furnishings, heated floors, air conditioning, kitchenettes and bathrooms with rainfall showers. And while guests are encouraged to “disconnect to reconnect,” those looking for a work escape can also take advantage of fast (gigabit) internet connections, office space for two, and an on-site movie theater. streaming in the bedroom. In keeping with the other half of its mantra, Bolt Farm Treehouse encourages visitors to “play like kids” by enjoying a private deck with hot tub, fire pits, and immersive activities such as scenic hikes, waterfalls, water slides, and more. horseback riding, ATV tours, paragliding, paddleboarding, kayaking, fishing and cruising the Tennessee River by pontoon boat.
“We look forward to our guests enjoying a premium time in our new invisible mountainside cabins, the first of their kind in the United States,” says Seth Bolt. “It’s about reconnecting, laughing and losing track of time on top of the world in a magical, inspiring and socially distant environment. This is guaranteed to uplift your spirit and create treasured memories that will last a lifetime.
Bookings began on August 17, with the first guests scheduled for September 16. The first 250 reservations will be sold at a 25% discount.
More information can be found at www.boltfarmtreehouse.com.
About Bolt Farm Treehouse
Bolt Farm Treehouse is on a mission to help people reconnect with nature, their spirit and the people they love. Understanding how difficult it is to find a unique travel experience that leaves you feeling inspired and fully recharged, founders Seth and Tori Bolt created Bolt Farm Treehouse to provide travelers with luxurious, immersive nature travel experiences with a inspiring architecture, Southern hospitality and breathtaking views. so that you feel on top of the world. The stunning portfolio includes luxury accommodations, ranging from the Honeymoon Treehouse (their fan-favorite design featured on Netflix’s ‘World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals’) to the Friends and Family Treehouse which sleeps six, and LUXE domes for couples to XL domes for families. Located atop Whitwell Mountain near Chattanooga, Tennessee, Bolt Farm is a scenic two-hour drive from Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham, Knoxville and Huntsville, and 45 minutes from the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport. For more information and to book your own experience, visit www.boltfarmtreehouse.com.
Founded in 2016 in Tallinn, Estonia, ÖÖD was born out of necessity. When brothers Jaak and Andreas wanted to hike on the weekend, they didn’t want the traditional one-size-fits-all hotel experience. It was boring. What they needed was a small house in a beautiful space, immersed in nature. Today, the company has four factories in Europe and one in Mexico to serve its North American customers. More than 200 ÖÖD houses can be found worldwide in more than 20 different countries. The proven model, iconic designs and locations boast occupancy rates of 65-100% year-round.