There is a large section of people who would love to spend their night inside a cabin on stilts. You not only get to enjoy the expansive views of the surroundings but also get some free time to brood and introspect in the quiet. I too think it is far better to camp in the air than on the ground. People agreeing with me will love to spend time a few meters above the ground in a quaint, little cabin.
UHU tiny cabin by Quebec-based Repère Boréal caters to solace seekers. The tiny dwelling is on steel stilts raised 10-meters (33ft) above the ground. Located in the middle of a dense forest in Charlevoix, Canada, UHU provides gorgeous views of the Saint-Lawrence River. The A-frame cabin can be accessed by a separate spiral staircase and a small footbridge.
Finished in wood and metal, UHU boasts a glazed façade and two skylights that allow natural light in. In addition, the glazing offers gorgeous views of the surroundings. There is a combined living, dining, and bathroom area owing to the compact size of the cabin.
Despite its small size, Repère Boréal has managed to equip the cabin with a double bed, breakfast bar, toilet, a heated floor, and an integrated sound system. There is a fully equipped kitchen that features a two-burner electric stove, fridge, and sink. There is also a glass-enclosed small shower inside the dwelling.
Accommodating two people, the cabin is available for rent on the official website of Repère Boréal and can be booked for $330 per night. You can even take up your pets, but it will cost you an additional $25. Overall, it is an ideal spot for you to spend your fall vacation.