Via Wandalust, the first class UK Travel Blog:
If you loved “The Swiss Family Robinson,” are related to squirrels, or are just plain nuts, check out Germany’s first treehouse hotels. The Zentendorf Tree House is in Saxony, near the Polish border, and about 8 to 10 metres above ground in a locust tree. With five rooms at 100 to 150 Euros per night, you can enjoy small balconies, electricity and shared bathrooms. Or just open a window and … you know… answer the call of the wild. Read more: Babelfish.