- Associated Press - Sunday, October 11, 2015

HICO, W.Va. (AP) - Country Road Cabins Rentals in Hico is offering a chance to enjoy a bird’s-eye view in a new deluxe treehouse.

The new Holly Rock Tree House, just minutes north of the New River Gorge area, is anchored 15 feet up in the air on a 75-foot chestnut oak tree at the center of the tree house. It features a complete wraparound deck to take in the best views of the lush Appalachian forest. Guests access the tree house via a 37-foot swinging bridge on the hillside.

This beautiful, octagonal wooden tree house includes double French-door entry, expansive windows, private bathroom with hot shower, large-screen TV, DVD player, queen bed, kitchenette facilities and all linens.

This is sure to be a favorite for visitors looking to experience fall foliage, and expansive windows give guests an up close and personal look while listening to nature’s soundtrack.

“We’re so excited to add a deluxe tree house cabin to our other accommodations,” says Country Road Cabins owner Jennifer Breuer. She and husband Paul are long-time residents of West Virginia and avid outdoor enthusiasts.

“There’s really no better place to play outdoors than southern West Virginia,” says Paul.

And Holly Rock Tree House is positioned to offer great outdoor play.

Country Road Cabins is near New River National River, Gauley River National Recreation Area, Summersville Lake, Babcock State Park, and Hawks Nest State Park.

Nearby adventures and activities include the best of the New River Gorge area, from whitewater rafting and ziplining to hiking, mountain biking, rappelling and rock climbing, motorcycle touring, fishing, etc.

Now through April 1, 2016, Country Roads Cabins is offering a 15 percent discount off bookings on any two-night stay.

Country Road Cabins also has 18 private cabins and a Love Shack yurt nearby, all equipped with private hot tubs.


Information from: The Register-Herald, https://www.register-herald.com

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