Quirky Treehouses in Germany With Views of River Neisse

Neißeaue, Saxony (Germany) view map
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8 units
40 guest capacity
1 night minimum stay

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Description of Glamping Units

Imagine yourself high up in a treehouse surrounded by the rustling of leaves, at peace and relaxing among the treetops. That’s exactly what you’ll find at this glamping site, which just so happens to be Germany’s very first treehouse hotel. You’ll be able to choose from 8 different treehouses, each of them a little different than the other. From ancient to dreamy to mystical, it’s totally up to you. Each treehouse features one special collection of something, making each accommodation truly unique. You can rest assured that each is an adventure and promises a memorable experience. Enjoy the beautiful view of the Neisse valley and even beyond to the Polish border. The views and the location simply couldn’t be any better. Below you’ll find each treehouse described in a bit more detail.

Bodelmutzens Geisterhaus: This treehouse is one of the wood ghosts, filled with lots of cheeky and gutsy character. It is not really a surprise that staying in this treehouse is quite a mystical experience. This treehouse can sleep 2 adults and 2 children, and has a toilet, wide honeymoon bed and electric heating. Inside you’ll find a collection of alarm clocks from the old days, as well as a hall of mirrors. Quirky indeed!

Modelpfutzens Wipfelgipfel: This treehouse is the second wood ghost, and it is really a cheeky little monkey. This treehouse can sleep 2 adults and 2 children. It’s equipped with a large balcony, bunk beds to climb up and electric heating. This treehouse’s special collection is mountain and mountaineer postcards.

Fionas Luftschloss: This beautiful treehouse is just like a dream castle – when the sun is shining, it is flooded with light and the wall paintings put a smile on everyone’s face. This treehouse is recommended for 3 adults, and there is one more bed if you’d like to fit an additional person. This treehouse features a beautiful balcony, which gives you the perfect view into the Neisse valley, and there’s also a unique wood stove. The special collection you’ll find in this treehouse is fancy buttons.

Baba - Doros Kräuterkate: This unique treehouse is nicely green and very comfortable. It can sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children. There is a hayfield terrace, a balcony with steps and electric heating. The special collection in this treehouse is spoons.

Judkas Trollfamilienhaus: This treehouse offers a spacious ambiance, while still being completely cozy. This treehouse has two floors and the very best views of the surrounding area. The Judkas treehouse can sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children. Apart from being the highest treehouse offered on this site, there is also a cloud terrace, a fur sleeping cave and a wood stove. Old keys make up the special collection you’ll find here.

Bergamos Gäste-Nest: This treehouse is bigger than the others and can sleep up to 6 adults. Inside you’ll find a royally decorated treehouse, filled with oriental carpets, mirrors, pillars and mosaics. On the exterior of the treehouse, you’ll find an en-suite bathroom, sink, shower and pantry. And the special collection within this royal treehouse is rings and jewelry.

Thor Alfsons Astpalast: This larger treehouse also can sleep up to 6 adults. Inside, you’ll find the rooms decked out in an ominous, blue-green color with smithereens, creating the typical interior of a ship. On the exterior of this treehouse, there is an en-suite bathroom, sink, shower, and pantry. The special collection here is coins.

Olves Baumburg: This is the third biggest treehouse offered at this glamping site. The décor of this treehouse is a bit of a mix of caveman times along with the charm of a Scandinavian fishing hut – a truly unique place! Up to 6 adults can fit in this treehouse. Inside you’ll find a special collection of forks, and on the exterior of the treehouse there is an en-suite bathroom, sink, shower, and pantry. Read More

Accommodation Amenities

  • Heating
  • Linens provided
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Towels provided
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Theme park Kulturinsel Einsiedel entrance fee included in price

  • Bicycle rental
  • Deck or balcony
  • Dining room
  • Fire pit
  • Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
  • Parking
  • Playground
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
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  • Events
  • Family-friendly
  • Groups
  • Honeymoons
  • Weddings
  • Location + Surroundings

    Directly in the heart of the region called Lausitz, you’ll find this lovely glamping site, which is actually an adventure leisure park within an exceptional Polish-German border-crossing area where you’ll find all kinds of fun activities to do. Already the location of this property is special. A floating jetty on the River Neisse connects the adventure wilderness in Germany with the scenic neighboring adventure village Bielawa Dolna in Poland. You’ll be surrounded by seemingly endless forests, splashing waters, prancing deer and timidly sneaking wolves. This is your ticket directly into the wild. The property is an unusual oasis on five hectares, where art and culture meet nature. Expect the unexpected amongst 500 meters of secret passages underground, a magic castle, funky animals and the lost culture of Turisedia. Amidst this labyrinth of crazy ideas, there are things to keep both children and parents entertained. Read More


    • Biking
    • Bird watching
    • Hiking
    • Sightseeing
    • Walking

    All the accommodations offered at this property are part of the great adventure wilderness of the theme park Kulturinsel Einsiedel. It's a perfect place for adventurers. Climbing up mysterious castles, sneaking through arcane forests, visiting the pitch-black tunnel systems, meeting animals from all over the world, and discovering the rites, art and architecture of the extinct culture of Turisedia, are just a few of the activities you’ll be able to take part in while staying at this unique place.

    Other activities you can book in advance are as follows: archery, a hot bath in the cannibal kettle, a sauna visit, a boat trip on the Neisse, biking excursions and the Turisedian Olympics. You could also make a little excursion to the historic city of Görlitz. There are so many things to do, you certainly won’t be bored while staying at this glamping spot!

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    Cancellation policy

    • You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
    • You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
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