More and more of us want to escape from the daily grind into nature—even for just a few days—to relax and recharge. Teepee & Spa offers Native American residences in a beautiful location with plenty of extras.
Migrant Native American groups lived in portable tents, called tipis, which in Sioux means: something to live in. Located in a campsite on the banks of the Sava River in the Czech Republic, next to the Stromhouse, the tipi is not only a special accommodation, but also a great place to relax.
There is also an open-air sauna and jacuzzi, a barbecue and a pleasant terrace, so you just have to relax and unwind under the hundreds of years old trees. The tipi can comfortably seat five people and the fridge is full of a selection of wines and snacks. We can forget about cooking, because the grill master of the place prepares our favorite foods for us. A rich breakfast is best eaten on the tree-top terrace, accompanied by chirping birds.
Source: Amazing Places