Our tree house was built entirely of reclaimed architectural antiques, so staying here is akin to dwelling inside a historic art project with wrap-around views of the bamboo forest. The structure is wrapped in cedar and 120 year-old heart of pine siding salvaged from an old Atlanta house and furnished with antiques. Details include several pieces of late 1800s stained glass, heart of pine floors from a church constructed in 1905, 120-year-old French doors that open onto a wrap- around catwalk, and century old multi colored beaded board. The stairs leading up to the house are live-edge slabs of heart cedar and the spindles are the bamboo removed when the treehouse was constructed. The roof is clad in 1871 South Georgia barn tin, so if it rains during your stay, you’ll have a night of gentle percussive rhythm to rock you to sleep.
You’ll be high above the forest floor during your stay at the Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse – tucked into the heart of a magical, 80-year-old bamboo forest, which seamlessly blends into the edge of our organic farm. Beautiful Bolivian suri alpacas and llamas (Dali is our queen bee) live here and roam underneath the tree house as they forage for tasty treats.
Every morning, you’ll wake up in a queen-size memory foam bed in our climate-controlled loft. Take a moment and gaze out the large skylight, or open the French doors to get a better look at the beautiful bamboo swaying in the breeze. Take a nap and snuggle your special someone in our swinging Bali bed, suspended from the treehouse framing and decked out with full-sized mattress + a slew of comfy pillows.
Relax and enjoy our amenities. The fully functional (running water) marble bathroom is a short walk down a rustic path through the bamboo forest. Other amenities include: a composting toilet, small fridge, a Keurig coffee maker, three gallons of potable water, and an antique enamelware wash basin to wash your face. (See below for the full list.)