Stunning Tree House with Panoramic Vistas of the Mountains near West Brome, QuebecSutton, Quebec (Canada)
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· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed · Private Barbecue
Nestled among the branches of an old maple tree, this stunning treehouse cabin is one of the highest with breathtaking panoramic vistas of the Appalachian and Green mountains and the Missisquoi River Valley, near West Brome, Quebec. The cozy cabin accommodates up to two guests on a comfortable futon and is well insulated for the cozy winter months.
Located a few minutes from the luxury amenities offered on site, the bathroom and cooking facilities are available to use. Kitchen boxes are also available to rent and are equipped with everything guests would need to prepare hearty meals during their stay. A picnic table and outdoor grill can be used for fun summer days, and there is also a fire pit that guests can cozy up to under the night sky. Read More
- Cell service
- Double bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Game room
- Sauna/Steam room
- Private Barbecue
- Dining table
- Fire pit
Luxury glamping amenities are provided to ensure guests enjoy comfort and splendor. There’s a central ablution building with toilets, shower facilities, and a sauna for the winter time. Cooking facilities are available equipped with a wood stove, only used in the winter time. Guests are asked to bring along a propane stove during summer stays. Battery-operated LED lights are provided in the accommodations. Picnic tables fire pits and grills are provided for some family entertainment.Read More
- Sports equipment storage
Kitchen boxes are available for rent. They are equipped with the basics (Pots, pan, plates, bowls, cups, mugs, cutlery, cutting board, kitchen knives, cooking spoon, spatula, can opener, bottle opener and corkscrew, plastic sink, dish cloth, dish soap and tea towels) $19 for two people, $29 for four people, $39 for 6-8 people. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This stunning glamping property lies between the summits of Mont Sutton, Owl’s Head, and Jay Peak, encompassed by the Appalachian and Green Mountains and Missisquoi River Valley. Some of the best views can be seen from the glamping accommodations. Sutton, Quebec, emanates true mountain living with a vast array of outdoor activities for all seasons. With less than 90 minutes to Montreal and four hours to Boston, this incredible property nestled atop an alpine pasture is the ideal location for a glamping adventure. Some of the best desserts can be found in Cowansville, Dunham, and Sutton. Read More
- Bird watching
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
Rich in history and cultural heritage, Sutton offers historic trails for glampers to explore. The adventure is endless with exhilarating activities for any outdoor enthusiast. Glampers can enjoy the splendor of the great outdoors with a fishing rod, hiking poles, an off-road bicycle, and ample nature trails to explore. Kayaking under the moonlight, stand up paddle boarding, and river tubing are some of the water sports guests will have at their disposal. The beautiful mountain village of Sutton is also dotted with art galleries, restaurants with creative cuisine, microbreweries, and vineyards, perfect for any experimental foodie. Located away from the hustle and bustle of city life, guests can unwind and relax in quiet paradise along with their furry friends. Guests have access to unique skiing experiences with some of the best glades in Canada. With diversified terrain, the heart of nature, and the authentic atmosphere of the mountains, guests are sure to have memorable moments.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No smoking
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Glampers are asked to bring a few items along for their glamping adventure. Sleeping bags or blankets, pillowcases, flashlights or headlamps, towels and paper towels, and all cooking/eating equipment.
Dogs are welcome, but guests are asked to bring their dog beds.