Robins Nest has three tree houses, a stilt tree house, a ball tree house and five tree tents.
In the tree houses up to four people can find a great place to sleep and the stilt house sleeps 8 people.
Access to each treehouse is by stairs and suspension bridges reaching 7 meters into the forest canopy.
At adventurous heights, you can make an amazing experience with nature and experience the feeling of living together in its spirit. Dive into another time and let yourself be inspired by our earth.
Founded by Peter Becker, a modern naturalist with an ecological vision. Peter was born and raised in Gertenbach and after travelling decided to make a return to his roots. Robins Nest is sustainably built with recycled materials as Peter actively implements his vision and ecology in his home country.
The Robins Nest first opened its doors on April 12, 2014. It was Open House and the tree houses could all be visited.
Choose your favourite treehouse and submit a booking request now for your unforgettable adventure.
The tree stands as a universal symbol of all cultures for life, wisdom and knowledge, growth and fertility. It connects the cosmos with the earth - the sky with the underground. There is hardly a stronger symbol of growth and vitality. The tree finds veneration in all mythologies. Some people say that in the tree ‘dwells the spirits of our ancestors’ and it still grants security to some tribes today. Fortunately, the rise of a 'new consciousness' of Mother Nature is now happening within our country.
The Robins Nest will consist of ten small and large tree nests and will eventually connect to a village, which can be reached with bridges and tunnels.
In a quaint, rustic atmosphere, you can spend the night wonderfully and philosophise about the customs of today and yesteryear. Cross boardwalks high above the forest floor for breakfast or at the end of the day warm up by our fireplace.
Two seat group with table
Cherry wood from the Berlepscher forest stock, approx. 4.5 cm thick boards, organically processed - no edges and corners, no visible screws, sanded & oiled.
Also available individually:
Price on request: email@example.com
Numerous nature lovers and forest lovers visit Robin's Nest annually. We are especially happy about her impressions, which we would like to show you:
Spiegel online: "Luftschlösser im Grünen" lesen
Lilies Diary - der alltägliche Wahnsinn: "In den Baumwipfeln schlafen – im Baumhotel Robins Nest in Hessen" lesen
Welt: "Entschleunigung im Wald – Urlaub im Baumhaus" lesen
Ignant - Jessica Jungbauer: "Treehouse Hotels Robin’s Nest"lesen
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Luftschlösser: "Baumhausherberge Robins Nest (Hessen, 2013) lesen
Homify: "Berlepsch Robins Nest lesen
Instagramm: Robins Nest - Baumhausherberge Abenteuerübernachtungen lesen
Houzz: "Luftschlösser" lesen
Baumhaushotels: "Baumhaushotel Robins Nest" lesen
Björns Reiseblog: "Eine Nacht im Baumhaushotel Robins Nest" lesen
HNA: "Robins Nest bei Schloss Berlepsch ist Nordhessens einziges Baumhotel" lesen