Eco and Pet-Friendly Tree House near Ljubljana, SloveniaGrosuplje, Central Slovenia (Slovenia)
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· Kid-friendly · Pets allowed · Jacuzzi/Hot Tub · Barbecue
This pet-friendly tree house in Slovenia is nestled in the trees and features fantastic views. It has a double-sized bed and a single-sized bed, and two guests can be accommodated. They can cook in the small kitchenette, which has a stove, and there is also a comfortable seating area. There is a large television in the bedroom, and bed covers are provided. Outside, there is a bathroom with a Jacuzzi, and towels are provided. This luxury tree house rental even has fast Wi-Fi, and a washing machine is provided. Read More
- Safe box
- King-size bed
- Sound system
- Dining table
- Kitchen equipment
- Hot plate
- Dining room
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Gym/Exercise room
- Sun room
- Game room
- Fire pit
- Twin/Single bed
- Shared Barbecue
There is free parking at this glamping site. Towels, linens, soap, and toilet paper are provided for guests' convenience.Read More
- Bicycle rental
- Sports equipment storage
Breakfast is provided for guests of this glamping site.
Location + Surroundings
- Movie theater
The municipality of Grosuplje lies on the southeastern rim of the Slovene capital town, where the Ljubljana marshes disappear and a landscape characteristic of the Dolenjska region begins. This area is known for its rich cultural heritage and natural beauties, and the most interesting among them are the hills of Magdalenska Gora and Tabor nad Cerovim, the cave of Županova Jama, and the karstic site of Radensko Polje. It is only a 10-minute walk from Taborska cave!
Horses, green nature, trees, hills, the possibility of long walkings in unspoiled nature. The place is an excellent "base spot" for discovering all of the beauties, natural and cultural sights that Slovenija has to offer.
The place of Grosuplje is a relatively young settlement reached in a 15-minute drive by the motorway from Ljubljana in the direction of Zagreb. In geographical terms, almost the entire area of the municipality falls within the Grosuplje basin, which is surrounded by a range of hills intercepted by numerous small valleys and typical karstic poljes. The proximity with the capital town as well as fairly good road and rail connections have lead to a fast growth of its population and, consequently, to a rapid economic development of the whole municipality.
The first written evidence of the name Grosuplje dates back to 1136, while the archaeological excavations have shown that the area was inhabited as early as 500 years B.C. Read More
- Whitewater rafting
- Water sports
- Winter sports
One of the best things to do at this serene glamping site is to simply sit back with a furry friend and take in the incredible views. However, if guests are looking to explore the beautiful surrounding nature with their dog, they can fill their days with wandering and adventuring. There are also several sights in the area to visit, such as the hills of Magdalenska Gora and Tabor nad Cerovim, the cave of Županova Jama, and the karstic site of Radensko Polje. Other activities that glampers can take part in in the area include skiing and horseback riding, and they can spend a day out in Ljubljana if they'd like a dose of city life during their nature retreat.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Pets allowed
- No smoking
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Events can be held at this site upon request with 25 or more people. This accommodation is family friendly.