"In the Cape Rosevia Friends and Family Resort, you can walk barefoot on the grass. You can show your children how to build sandcastles and weave garlands of daisies. You will find you have time to swing in the clouds and be blissful doing nothing. You will have plenty of opportunities to treat yourself. After all, holidays are for letting yourself be spoiled and with the luxury of being well looked after."
Perched naturally on the tree-covered coastal slopes dipping their toes into the Baltic Sea, on the wide coastal beach of Poland’s north, the Treehouses nestle comfortably into the natural beauty.
The Treehouses are designed to be an integral, yet iconic feature of the local and wider environment, as a special part of the holiday experience for Cape Rosevia Friends and Family Resort (Rozewie Resort). It is glimpsed from the entrance as it peeps through the indigenous trees, provoking guests on arrival. For visitors to the resort the Treehouses are part of the experience of their holiday in the ‘game of relaxation’ away from the city. The Treehouses are an iconic structure recognised as part of the resort.
Designed as two Treehouse pods with a linked, stand alone stairwell and lift, it can accommodate 25-30 guests in an especially intimate style. The floor is elevated approximately 10 metres from the ground to create a separation from the land, allowing a connection with the views and the sky.