Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Branch Out and Stay In A Treehouse In North Idaho

Branch out and take a climb in the pines or go out on a limb and stay in the "Nine Pines Treehouse!"

Brian, age 58, recruited his father, Gene Scott age 80, his brother Bruce, age 60, and together these three grown children made this dream come true!

As a child or an adult, who has not dreamt of staying in a treehouse? Don't miss this unique opportunity to stay where you can play! North Idaho's one and only Bed and Breakfast with a room in the trees!

Set in the pines, let the magic quality of being 12 feet off the ground spark your adult imagination and return you to a childhhod of long lost afternoons filled with secret adventures. Built with almost all reclaimed lumber, but yet insulated and furnished to make this unique room available April through October.
Enjoy the 10 x 12 deck with large comfortable adirondack seating, perfect for viewing the birds and wildlife that live in the area.
Furnished with ammenities for the discriminating treehouse traveler and inclusive of all the fine gourmet breakfasts that are served in the main guesthouse.
Things to consider:
  • Don't pack a trunk, treehouse travelers travel light
  • Binoculars, local bird and tree identification books available
  • No barking, so please no pets
  • To view the finished treehouse and make a reservation visit www.//americancountrybedandbreakfast.com
  • Open early spring through fall
  • Rate $145 March - October; November - February weather permitting

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