“In this video, we take a tour of 2 tree house-style cabins on stilts at the Canopée Lit eco-resort in Sacré Coeur, Québec.
The first one we see is a summer cabin. It’s just one simple room with a double bed and they gave it a rustic interior design look by using unfinished wood paneling and branches so that it literally feels like the cabin was carved out of the forest. One thing we really like about this cabin is the big bubble skylight above the bed. It makes the room nice and bright during the day, and it would be cool for looking at the stars at night. There’s also a horizontal curtain that you can pull across the skylight to keep the room dark in the morning or to keep the sun from heating up the room too much. There’s a huge balcony outside with a great view and a functional little kitchen. There’s also a breakfast box on a pulley that the resort uses to deliver your breakfast in the morning. There is a composting toilet and shower at the bottom of the stairs.
The second cabin is an all-season cabin.” More at YouTube.