Nestled amidst 741 acres (300 hectares) of forest on the picturesque landscape of the Loire Valley, this French nature resort is home to eighteen boutique treehouses.
Loire Valley is famous for its fairy-tale castles, royal châteaux, and iconic gastro culture, with more Michelin-starred restaurants and quality wineries than the number of free holiday days you have to explore them.
With countless charming inns and hotels in the region, the Loire Valley Lodges had to be unique in multiple ways to stand out.
So Anne-Caroline Frey, a former art dealer from Paris, set an ambitious goal to create a hospitality project where art meets boutique-hotel-level accommodation in a foresty countryside environment.
Secluded dirty roads lead to the Loire Valley's unique hideaway, and when you arrive, a 13-foot (4 meters) bronze dog will greet you at its main entrance. And that's when you start sensing that things are different around here.