NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Looking for a stay-cation? Or an Airbnb like nothing else in Nashville? The owners of Sulfur Ridge want you to unplug and just - listen.
"We're only about five minutes from the interstate, so we're very convenient. But once you get into the property and pass the gate you drive through the forest. It's very secluded. It's very quiet here," said owner Susan Dyer, "The bugs, the crickets, the birds. You feel very far away even though you're not."
Susan and her husband Trent are the owners or what they're calling Tennessee's first luxury treehouse.
"I designed it with prodding from Sue," he said.
The house, now an AirBNB, is located just an hour outside of Nashville in Bloomington Springs.
Brad Hennessee and his wife Renee stayed for their wedding anniversary,
"Trent and Susan are so awesome," Hennessee said, "We want to help their business and help them share this with everybody."
Every corner features Tennessee treasures. From local coffee and baked-goods, to reclaimed wood and stained glass. Even a working jukebox.
Outside, guests can swing in the breeze, relax in the hot-tub or sit by the fire. Reconnect with each other -- and disconnect from the digital.