9 REASONS TO LOVE SANCTUARY TREEHOUSE RESORT IN SEVIERVILLE, TENNESSEE
New resort opens this year in Sevierville, Tennessee
The world’s largest treehouse resort, Sanctuary Treehouse Resort, is set to open its first units in Sevierville, Tennessee this year. We couldn’t be more excited! Here are just a few reasons why our anticipation levels are off the charts:
Unique Experience – The brainchild of husband-and-wife team Amanda and Brian Jensen, this will be Sevierville’s first-ever treehouse resort. Nestled on 40 acres in the Smoky Mountains, it promises a lodging experience unlike any other. Accessible only by golf carts, the resort will offer three different types of treehouse rentals, an enchanted forest, walking trails, scavenger hunt, in-ground outdoor hot tub, and other fun surprises.
Stellar Views – Fair warning: The vista may take your breath away. “This property has been a hidden gem for far too long if you ask us,” say the owners. The site overlooks two 18-hole golf courses and the Little Pigeon River against a stunning mountain backdrop.
Record-Setting – Did we mention this place is going to be the largest treehouse resort in the world?! We can’t say it enough. It’s super cool! The Sanctuary will boast 130 treehouses across its scenic acreage when construction is complete.
Buzz-Worthy – News about the Sanctuary Treehouse Resort is traveling fast! It’s already been featured by CBS News, FOX, MSNBC, Travel + Leisure, Southern Living, and other outlets!
Amazing Design – The owners are working with architectural firm MossCreek to bring their dream to life. Three different types of treehouses are being built: Tree Fort (for two to six guests), Tree Fort Double (same as Tree Fort but with a drawbridge connecting two units), and The Luxe (for couples). All designs incorporate interactive experiences like spiral slides, custom drink shoots for bottles and cans from the kitchen to the lower porch, rope climbs, escape hatches, swings, draw bridges, Mahogany front doors with iron speakeasy windows, plus elements like telescopes, bucket pulleys, fireplaces, and more. And, yes, some treehouses are even handicap accessible so nobody misses out on the chance to stay.
Luxurious Amenities – Fun is built in, but you can also expect a good night’s sleep. Forts offer a king bed with rope supports and a crank-out queen trundle underneath plus a double-bunk with crank system. There are custom tile showers, whiskey barrel sinks, LED and wood-burning fireplaces, Adirondack chairs, Edison light fixtures, stocked mini-fridges with beverages and snacks for purchase, and more. Luxe units up the comfort with a king gel cooling mattress plus bidet automatic heated toilet systems, copper clawfoot tubs, bamboo jetted tile showers, outdoor tubs with privacy curtains, suspended outdoor daybeds, and other upscale additions.
Convenient Location – Stay at the Sanctuary Treehouse Resort and you’ll feel a world away, yet be close to everything Dolly Parton’s hometown has to offer. It’s next door to the Sevierville Convention Center and Soaky Mountain Waterpark and just minutes away from award-winning restaurants, outlet and boutique shopping, thrilling attractions, heart-pumping adventures, relaxing spas, championship golf courses, world-class fishing, the wonderful Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and so much more!
Considerate Flexibility – Looking for romance? Book The Luxe. Traveling with a group? Reserve a Tree Fort Double to drop the drawbridge and connect two forts. Traveling with family or friends? One Tree Fort can accommodate up to six people. Whatever your travel plans, Sanctuary Treehouse Resort is ready to host your getaway.
Competitive Rates – Accommodations at Sanctuary Treehouse Resort will be priced $299-$399 per night depending on which treehouse you choose and the season of your visit. Several treehouses will be ready for rental this summer, with additional units rolling out in phases until the resort is complete.
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