Texas Hill Country Is Getting Its Own Treehouse Resort — and It's Absolutely Stunning
This June, the Texas Hill Country River Region of Uvalde County, will welcome a property vacation dreams are made of: Treehouse Utopia, a resort comprised of four treehouses. Created from a partnership of Pete Nelson, host of Animal Planet’s "Treehouse Masters" and Laurel Waters, chef and owner of celebrated nearby restaurant The Laurel Tree tucked into, yes, a 450-year-old oak tree. Each of the four roomy and beautifully-designed digs — named Chapelle, Chateau, Biblioteque, and Carousel — offer a private viewing deck, a full bathroom, and a bedroom. Below, get your sneak peek inside Chapelle and get ready to plan a Rapunzel-worthy trip to Hill Country.
Welcome to Chapelle!
The handsome structure was built between two trees and includes two decks and two identical arched windows.
A Chandelier, Flowers, Candles
What more could a girl want? Chapelle's design tips its hat to chapels in small French countryside villages, and it was featured on episode 5 of "Treehouse Masters."
Waters designed the interiors of all four treehouses from her personal collection of antiques she’s acquired during her travels through France. C'est magnifique!
How Dreamy Is the Bedroom?
We love the rich hues and whimsical decor flourishes.
For more information, visit treehouseutopia.com.