Treehouse Hotel in Oregon

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So it’s not quite the Marriott…but you have to admit it has a certain style, a dash of panache.

I’m talking about hanging out in a treehouse, hotel-style. This
piece in the Salt Lake Tribune takes us to the
Out ‘n’ About Treesort in Oregon’s Siskiyou Mountains, a bit of a hike (and a
climb) from Portland, but perhaps well worth it for the novel experience of tree living for a few days.

  

The author comes up with the idea for an ideal dad-daughter getaway, and finds himself up a tree with his seven
year-old daughter.

The Treesort is a collection of 11 treehouses built by Michael Garnier that sprawls across about 36 acres. It offers a
B&B feel but you get served your morning coffee from high in the canopy. A rather cool and original idea, I
think.