Wonderful Places to Stay

Definitively off the beaten track

Wonderful and funky places to stay, eat, relax. Definitely and definitively off the beaten track. All locations “borrowed” from the website http://www.honestlywtf.com, an interesting collection of  “likes”, posted by Lauren and Erica, Fashion Stylists by day and bloggers by night.


The Treehotel, set in the forests of Harads, Sweden, offers guests a truly unique experience with one of a kind treehouse accommodations nestled high above ground. Currently open with 7 rooms, my favorite is The Mirrorcube, for its sheer beauty and ability to blend in seamlessly into the forest. Designed to exist in harmony with the pristine natural environment around them, this is the ultimate treehouse experience.
Posted by Lauren on May 16th, 2011

Tree Hotel - Sweden

Tree Hotel - Sweden

Rock Restaurant

Rock Restaurant - Zanzibar

Rock Restaurant - Zanzibar

Perched on a rock in the middle of the Indian Ocean, off the coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania, is a tiny seafood restaurant simply named The Rock Restaurant. Depending on the tides that day, you can either swim, walk, or boat over for a fresh caught meal! Don’t forget to Reserve?
Posted by Lauren on July 27th, 2011 


Clauoquot Teepee Resort - British Columbia

Clayoquot Wilderness Resort - A teepee interior

I’m a sucker for tepee/tent living so when I first discovered Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, I immediately wanted to have a destination wedding there.  Unfortunately, it was too small of a venue and two years later I am still pining over this place.  Situated at the mouth of the Bedwell River, the resort will fly you in by seaplane from the Vancouver airport and upon arrival, an enclave of 20 large white canvas guest tents, massage and treatment tents, lounge tents and an untamed wilderness await you.
Posted by Erica on June 22nd, 2010

Serengeti Under Canvas

Wildebeest Migration in Maasai Mara

AndBeyond Tented Safari Camp - Serengeti National Park

Serengeti Under Canvas, run by renowned &Beyond, is a luxurious tented camp within the Serengenti National Park. The annual movement of 1.5 million wildebeest across the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem is one of the greatest spectacles in the natural world and the camp moves around the park year round, following the Great Migration. This is definitely going on my bucket list . . .
Posted by Erica on March 24th, 2011

One Response to Wonderful Places to Stay

  1. I’d love to try each hotel! Interesting blog.

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