‘Invisible’ Cabins Invite You To Sleep In Forest Without Interrupting Scenery

Image via Bolt Farm Treehouse


A unique hotel in Tennessee is inviting guests to take a nap on the wild by placing a mirrored cabin right in the middle of a forest. 


The Bolt Farm Treehouse is a glass-mirrored cube that sits right on the forest floor among trees, flora, and roaming animals nearby. Guests can laze in bed or sit around their room taking in the views without having to be exposed to the elements or having anyone else peer in. Glamping at its finest!


Image via Bolt Farm Treehouse


The ‘Mirror Cabins’ were designed by Estonian design firm ÖÖD and feature panoramic glass mirrors supported by a sturdy steel frame, giving visitors a private, uninterrupted view of their surroundings. The glass panels reflect off 97% of UV rays and keep the interiors cool during the summer.


We previously reported that UV-protected glass is important for the preservation of avian life as it doesn’t confuse our winged friends—this bird-friendly glass is transparent to the human eye but obvious under bird vision.


For nature lovers looking to rough it out in the wilderness, this may not be the place for you. A queen-sized bed, a rainforest shower, and a movie theater in the room await those who still love a little bit of luxury when on a camping trip.


Image via Bolt Farm Treehouse


Guests are not just expected to stay indoors all day long as the cabins come with their own patio equipped with a seating area, barbecue, and even a hot tub—because who wouldn’t want to soak while deer pass by? 


Image via Bolt Farm Treehouse


Bolt Farm Treehouse has just opened five new cabins across the mountainside of Chattanooga’s Whitwell Mountain on its 55-acre retreat. The Mirror Cabins rest alongside other types of vacation homes, including domes and treehouses, that were first opened in May 2020. The luxury camping grounds were even featured in Netflix’s The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals.




[via Robb Report and Bolt Farm Treehouse, Businesswire, images via Bolt Farm Treehouse]


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