Check out These “Invisible Cabins” With Private Jacuzzis on a Mountaintop

Wouldn’t it be cool if you could live in an invisible room on vacation? Well, Bolt Farm Treehouse is here to fulfill those dreams of yours. It’s expected to start five new invisible cabins on a mountaintop in Tennessee, which would offer a wholly unique experience to travelers. The cabins will be on the outskirts of Chattanooga, designed with the goal of providing luxury and an amazing experience to everyone.

Available Facilities

These cabins aim to provide not only luxury but comfort too. Each cabin has an occupancy of two people. The cabin comes with a queen-sized bed, air conditioning, and heated floors. The bathrooms are well equipped with rain showers and modern accessories. And for all the coffee and food lovers, they have a french press, pizza oven, mini fridge, and grill for those crazy nights. They also covered the entertainment part- with an in-room movie theater and record player. But one thing is for sure; nothing can top the private terrace with a hot tub and bistro table for the travelers to just relax and chill with their friends.

The Mountaintop View

Although the cabins aren’t invisible in reality, they’ll be built in a way that travelers get full privacy. The mirrored glass façade gives the perfect view from Tennessee Mountaintop, and the guests can just stare at the scenery for hours and still not get enough of it. The adventure and fun activities like paragliding, hiking, horseback riding, and fishing are like the cherry on top. These cabins are built on property owned by Seth Bolt and his wife. Bolt is also responsible for building the famous Majestic Treehouse in Walhalla. During an interview, he spoke about his experience and how the scenery made him refreshed and re-energized, and he wanted others to have that same magical feeling and wished the public could do some soul searching too.

In This Arizona Town, Every Day Is a Trip Back to the Wild West

A depiction of the Wild West with the ssilhouette of a cowboy horseriding in the sunset
In This Arizona Town, Every Day Is a Trip Back to the Wild West

If one makes a trip to Tombstone, Arizona, they might feel like they’ve just gone back in time. The infamous town where the O.K. Corral shootout took place back in 1881 continues to inspire visitors and locals to dress up in Old Wild West garb and reenact memorable moments of that iconic period.

It’s Still 1882 In Tombstone, Arizona

Located about 70 miles southeast of Tucson, Tombstone’s Western false-front buildings line a picture-worthy six-block historic area. It’s here that travelers can hop into scarlet-colored, horse-drawn stagecoaches and visit places like Wyatt Earp’s Oriental Saloon and the Birdcage Theater with their famous costumed cowboy shows.

In This Arizona Town, Every Day Is a Trip Back to the Wild West

Once there, you can easily forget the year is 2022 and not 1882. The town draws visitors and fans of the Wild West who use the opportunity to dress up like it’s 1882 all over again. In addition to the Saloon’s bartenders and professional actors who are always dressed up in their respective garb, many of the visitors also show up wearing Old West clothes.

Inspired by the Lore of the Wild West

It’s not all a game of dress-up, however. Drawing from the lengthy lore of the Wild West, locals have organized a wide range of activities to make things more realistic and extra engaging for visitors. From reenacting the famous O.K. Corral gunfight to visiting the Goodenough Silver Mine, the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park, and the Boothill Graveyard sights, people can really sink into this iconic era where money, power, and justice were both plenty and none at the same time.

In This Arizona Town, Every Day Is a Trip Back to the Wild West

Tombstone is a small town where tourism has gradually become its main industry. There’s always something happening, either a cowboy show or a good ol’ Wild West dress-up fashion shows that visitors can take part in. Of course, it’s all pretend, but when everyone is doing it, it begins to really feel like you’re back in time.