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“Escape to Luxury Treehouses Floating in Nature” at Blackberry Mountain

Since opening in 2018, I have admired Blackberry Mountain from afar for its cozy cabins and multi-bedroom cottages outfitted with locally quarried slate roofs and stone facades to camouflage with the foliage of Three Sisters Mountain. So when I arrived at the Relais & Châteaux property for the first time, checking into their newest room category – 14 floating treehouses – it was a delight.

Adorned with cozy comforts – like white oak paneling, an air-jet soaking tub and a wood-burning stove – my 561-square-foot space was a beautifully contemporary, cantilevered cube. Better still, it opened to a sprawling view of the seasonally changing landscape of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains.

The resort spans 5,200 acres with space for about 130 guests at once, so you aren’t likely to run into other guests. But its intimate treehouses are a still more perfect hideaway. Read more…

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