You’re getting married! Congratulations! But, before you embark on a lifetime of happiness with your partner, there’s a few odds and ends to sort out. Namely, the big “W”. The Wedding. Well, we here at Roadtrippers can’t really help you with that, (but our buddies at SimpleRegistry can at least make sure you’re gift registry is organized). Where we can help out is with kickass honeymoon ideas. Sure, there’s always Hawaii, but who wants to be on a plane for hours and then spend a week relaxing on beautiful white sandy beaches…with a mai tai in your hand… Um, well, okay, yeah, Hawaii is pretty amazing, I’m not gonna argue with you there. But, why stop with Hawaii? There’s tons of romantic retreats, many off-the-beaten path, that are guaranteed to bring you and your sweetie closer than ever. So, we’ve teamed up with our buddies at Traveler’s Joy to bring you a series of blog posts that offer you alternative honeymoon ideas, catered to the more adventurous couple.
Here are our Top 5 Romantic Treehouse Retreats:
5.) Free Spirit Spheres - Qualicum Beach, BC
These treehouse spheres are set amongst the lush Pacific Northwest rainforest. This is an adults-only retreat, so no need to worry about little kids running around messing with your romantic vibe. This retreat is open all year long, and is especially cozy in snowy winters.
4.) Post Ranch Inn - Big Sur, CA
Want a bit more luxury in your treehouse retreat? Well, how about granite bathrooms, big relaxing bathtubs, sky lights above your bed, perfect for sexy stargazing. That not enough? Well, there’s also an on-sight spa and a restaurant that overlooks the Pacific.
3.) Treehouse Point -Issaquah, WA
You have your choice between five different, handmade treehouse cabins, each designed for the ultimate romantic experience. When you’re not enjoying the solitude of life in the trees, or hiking in the Washington woods, this resort also offers massages, yoga classes, and even a workshop on how to build a treehouse.
2.) Edisto River Treehouses - St. George, SC
The Edisto River Treehouses definitely cater to the more rustic of honeymooner. Each treehouse is privately accessible by canoe. There’s no electricity but there’s cooking fuel for the deck grill, as well as candles and flashlights.
1.) Out n’ About Treesort - Cave Junction, OR
Need a bit more adventure for your honeymoon? Well, at Out n’ About Treesort, when you’re not snuggling in your cabin, you can choose any one of a number of outdoors activities. There’s horse back riding, zip-lining and arts and crafts, as well as hiking and general communing with nature.
Free Spirit Spheres: http://draftroots.blogspot.com/2012/01/free-spirit-spheres.html
Post Ranch Inn: http://westphoria.sunset.com/2012/06/22/dream-hotel-of-the-west/
Treehouse Point: http://yokaidangi.blogspot.com/2011/04/treehouse-point-weekend-fall-city.html
Out n’ About Treehouses: http://www.koolrooms.com/hotel/Out-n-About-Treesort-and-Treehouse-Institute.htm#.UX7gd792E20
Edisto River Treehouse: http://themermaidhouse.wordpress.com/2011/03/23/i-dont-hear-banjos-but-i-hear-a-motor-boat-paddle-faster/