Glamping takes a whole new meaning In Tennessee at the Bolt Tree Farmhouse. This is not your typical treehouse although the concept is there: you’re literally surrounded by verdant forest topography. The highlight is the living spaces made entirely out of glass and sturdy steel. 

These are five mirror cabins nestled on a mountaintop outside of Chattanooga designed to bring the outside in, but not the other way around. Each glass abode lets guests view everything around them but no one can see inside. Designed by Estonia-based hotel group ÖÖD, the magnificent structures use sturdy steel frames and glass walls that offer panoramic views. They reflect 97% of UV rays to ensure the interior space stays cool and comfortable. 

These reflective glass structures of the Bolt Tree Farmhouse sit atop giant rock faces and are next to waterfalls that will lull you to sleep.  The architecture blends perfectly with its natural topography to provide guests with a fully immersive experience like no other. In terms of comfort, each glass cabin boasts 200-square-foot of interior space with a privacy curtain. It hosts a bedroom with a queen-sized bed. Moreover, it has a bathroom with a rainfall shower, a well-equipped kitchenette, and amazingly, an in-room movie theater. 

If the natural air outside is not enough to make the spaces cozy, each glass cabin of the Bolt Tree Farmhouse is air-conditioned. Meanwhile, the floors are heated and there’s high-speed Wi-Fi and Bluetooth record player. Each cabin also comes with a private terrace fitted with a hot tub, bistro table, Adirondack chairs, and a smokeless fire pit. Guests can also participate in scenic hikes, horseback riding, and ATV tours. This is definitely one camping experience you don’t want to miss. 

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