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Most adventurous vacationers will agree that there aren’t many things better than waking up surrounded by nature. Whether that’s high in the treetops surrounded by morning birdsong, perched outside on the balcony overlooking the crashing waves, or deep in the vibrant colors of the jungle. And these seriously cool treehouse Airbnbs offer a great opportunity to get a (literal) bird’s eye view at your next destination while starting every morning in paradise. Sure, they’re treehouses; but many of them also come with hot tubs, surround sound speakers, fast Wi-Fi, and stylish interiors. There’s never been a cooler time to live with the birds.
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Treehouse De Valentine is rustic and gorgeous: a treehouse worthy of plenty of attention. Set in the heart of nature, it’s got space for up to eight guests and a brilliant balance of nature in every direction. Filled with bamboo decor from top to bottom, it’s home to a full kitchen, three bedrooms, and multiple bathrooms. There’s a wooden bathtub, a beautiful balcony for evenings spent reading and even your own little river running below, that’s safe for swimming. The lower floor is one big alfresco space where you can find the living room, kitchen, another bedroom, and another balcony. Outside, there are two hammocks that are perfect for relaxing by the riverside patio and the natural sounds of the forest all around. Swimming and rock-jumping are guest favorites at this Airbnb.
Moonraker House is more of a treetops lodge than it is a simple treehouse. This New Zealand getaway is home to multiple rooms nestled in the native tree canopy, overlooking the iconic Split Apple Rock, black sand beach, and the Nelson and Kaikoura mountain ranges. In short, if you’re someone desperate to wake up to incredible views every morning, this is the treehouse for you. Each room is suitable for two guests and is named after a type of apple grown in the region. This wholesome spot comes with an underfloor heated ensuite, air conditioning, ceiling fan, and free Wi-Fi. Wander over to the kitchen to make use of the free tea and coffee facilities, which you can then bring back to relax on your own private deck.
Experience the wonders of the jungle and all the spectacular birds, tree frogs, and monkeys that call Panama home at the Secret Jungle Treehouse. Bright and colorful, it’s an adventure of a rental with the sounds of the sea in the background and the views of nature as soon as you wake up. This two-bedroom treehouse is private and secluded, with space for up to four guests and a private grassy area underneath. It’s a great spot for anyone who loves surfing, swimming, and exploring, with a sandy beach only minutes away on foot. This Airbnb is 100% off the grid, and it relies on solar energy and rainwater to keep things moving. It’s a place you’ll never want to leave.
The bright wooden interiors of this Brazil-based treehouse ensure you feel welcomed as soon as you’ve climbed upstairs and stepped inside. With one bedroom and space for up to four guests, it’s an ideal getaway for small families or groups of friends who’re looking for a charming vacation together. Come here for a unique rest where you’ll never feel rushed or stressed. This treehouse sits inside a farm in a residential area, so you’re far more likely to wake up to the quiet sounds of animals rather than traffic or other rentals. The treehouse has a cozy living room with a mezzanine and an integrated mini kitchen, equipped with everything you need for a casual dinner. There’s a 32 inch Smart TV with Netflix and free WIFI, perfect for movie nights. Staying here also comes with access to the on-site Gourmet Space; a larger kitchen with barbecue grill and skewers, pizza oven, stove, refrigerator, and more.
There are few treehouses with views as stunning as this Blue Mountains Airbnb. Home to panoramic views from every part of the house, it’s a place you’ll constantly find yourself gazing out the windows and taking in all of the sights. The beautiful, cozy decor sets the scene for a relaxing getaway where your biggest worries are whether to watch the sunset from the king-size bed or the oversized bathtub. It’s also incredibly secluded, set among 600 acres of private wilderness with only the birdsong to keep you company. Nestled between two National Parks and a World Heritage-listed rainforest, you’ll never get tired of the scenery. This one-of-a-kind cabin comes complete with a spa, kitchenette, fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows – all within a one-hour drive from Sydney.
Vibrant and authentic, this treehouse Airbnb has more than 100 positive reviews and plenty of returning guests. A relaxing spot where you’ll feel peaceful and chilled out, this one-bedroom treehouse comes with all of the essentials and plenty more. As well as the balcony, double bed, and a modern bathroom, there’s a full kitchen, a Bluetooth speaker, and Wi-Fi dongles. And then there are all the extras: beautiful sunrises, flying squirrels in the night, apple and pear orchards down below, and a Himalayan oak tree growing in the room. A market nearby offers plenty of delicious dishes to keep you fed and watered and the hosts can also make a bonfire or cook delicious Himachali food by request.
There’s a chance to wake up to the breeze from the trees every morning at this treehouse in Tuscany, Italy. It’s also a place where you’ll learn far more than just a standard “grazie” before you leave, thanks to the kitsch chalk drawings and writing all over the walls here. With one bedroom and space for up to three guests, it’s mostly suitable for couples traveling by themselves or with a child. Aside from the cozy bedroom, there’s a spacious patio elevated up in the trees and a garden down below with a tennis court, swimming pool, and hammocks for relaxing. More than 500 positive reviews of this treehouse mean you’re basically guaranteed a wonderful time.
This French treehouse calls itself the ideal compromise between a hotel room and individual accommodation, thanks to its secluded setup but full access to premium amenities. What that means is a completely separate one-bedroom treehouse complete with a shower room, a toilet, TV, and internet access, all nestled in the Corsican scrubland. It has its own terrace for relaxing mornings with a coffee, but also a wide range of facilities nearby for extra relaxation. Access to the entire estate includes a swimming pool, jacuzzi, gym, and outdoor kitchen, as long as you’re staying in the summer months. If you’re feeling a little more sociable, head to the communal dining room to dig into more food together.
This Croatian treehouse might only have one bedroom but you’ll find four separate beds inside – making it a great option for small groups of friends looking to explore the region together on a budget. Minimal and rustic, it makes use of the natural shade from the surrounding trees with muted interiors and plenty of calming wood. Downstairs, there’s a living space for planning the day’s adventures and chilling out in the evenings. There’s also a miniature kitchen and beautiful balconies. Outside, take a moment to soak up the views, with natural ponds and plenty of grassy areas leading the way to the outside world. Its location – within close proximity of the National Park and lakes – is another winning factor of this Airbnb.
Norway is famed for its adoration of nature and this Treetop Island doesn’t hold back with stunning views and endless room. Unlike many treetop Airbnbs, this one isn’t restricted to couples, either, with room for up to five guests. Better yet, this treetop village is located on its own tiny island, promising zero distractions other than the sounds of nature all around you. This Airbnb was designed to blend in with nature and was built from local materials from the Fiddan forests. The construction is sustainable, which means the heat source comes from a wood stove and the outdoor toilet and woodshed are at ground level. Solar panels are used to power the fridge and lights. The stairs from the forest floor lead up to a beautiful veranda between the treetops and further into the island. The seriously cool part is that, to access this treehouse, you’ll travel by canoe or over a floating bridge.
You’ll appreciate this Spanish treehouse even more at night when you can lie on the outdoor terrace and look up at the stars above. And, although it’s famed for stargazing, it’s also a beautiful place during daytime hours. This traditional treehouse Airbnb leans on the side of rustic, with wooden interiors and cute bedding to make you feel entirely at home. But while it looks more authentic than modern, it comes with all the essentials to keep you more than comfortable. There’s a Japanese Ofuro jacuzzi built with a barrel that works with wood and a cabin built with dry stone and a centuries-old pot of mud for meditation. Outdoors, you’ll also find a swimming pool area, barbecue, and a children’s play area. The landscape here is made up of ancient olive trees and carob trees and it’s only 15 minutes away from the sea.
The French Alps are known for being breathtakingly beautiful and when you throw a snow-covered treehouse into the mix, it verges on fairytale levels of imagination. This one-bedroom cabin treehouse is perfectly situated for a wonderful family holiday, with space for up to four guests. It’s spacious and warm and made mostly from wood. Perched five meters into the air with easy access thanks to a footbridge, it’s accessible to all with only nearby birdsong to distract you. But this Airbnb comes with so much more than just the treehouse. Staying here gives you access to the farm and all of the animals that call it home, as well as breakfast and a visit to the nearby cheese factory and maturing cellars. It’s an experience that surpasses just a good night’s sleep.
A vacation in the quaint English countryside is best explored through winding forests and endless paths, so why not set yourself upright in the heart of the forest overnight? Based in the southern part of England, this romantic treehouse was hand-crafted and sets the scene for a magical weekend away surrounded by fall leaves. The treehouse sits between four Beech trees at the top of the woodland, offering beautiful valley views. You can enjoy scenic woodland walks, picnics among the wildlife or relax on the deck with a glass of wine and wood-fired pizza. Suitable for two people, this treehouse comes with a king-size bed, Egyptian cotton linen, and a roll-top bath in the bedroom.
The Birdhouse was initially built as a passion project before its owners realized what an incredible rental it would also make. And with more than 100 positive reviews, it seems they made the right decision. With space for two guests, this cozy treehouse sits on its own private, fully fenced, acre of land with a long winding driveway to the parking and campfire area. Inside, there’s a small kitchen and loft bedroom with a seriously comfortable mattress. Downstairs and outside there’s an outdoor bathroom with a shower and a south-facing deck where you’ll often see deer, cattle, coyotes, and other wildlife in the neighboring fields. It’s a great spot for relaxing, with a love seat and a small collection of books to spend afternoons getting lost in.
Admire true craftsmanship at this Port Angeles treehouse, perched 20 feet up in the air and built to blend in with the trees perfectly. Suitable for up to six guests in two bedrooms, it’s majestic in size and structure and filled to the brim with incredible facilities. There’s a fully equipped kitchen and BBQ for cooking, a Bose sound system, a fire-heated hot tub, and rustic bedrooms with comforting decor. You’ll be mesmerized as you watch the ships sail by from the window seat or admire eagles flying across the window. There are often deer eating in the meadow below, which you can wave at from the hammock hanging from the tree inside. If you want to venture down to the ground you can make a fire, take time to swing, or sit on the many seating areas to simply take in nature.
A stay in the stunning Bohemian Forest of Austria is always an experience and that’s heightened even more when you wake up with a bird’s eye view of the forest below. Because this one-bed treehouse does things a little differently. As well as the actual treehouse, there’s a pod just next to it with the breeze floating through and comfy pillows to relax on. Located five meters above the ground, you’re close enough for those who don’t particularly like heights but far enough to feel free as a bird from morning through tonight. You’ll fall asleep under the stars and wake up to birdsong. Breakfast is also delivered into the treetops via a basket: the definition of a picture-perfect morning.
Experience off the grid living high up in the air at this rustic California treehouse. Set in the sky with the birds as your neighbors, it’s got space for up to three guests with two bedrooms. This treehouse sits deep in Northern California’s Six Rivers National Forest, which means stunning views come included and guaranteed. The whole property encompasses 160 acres of pristine natural wilderness in Northern California and is accessible only by forestry road. It’s the true definition of authentic camping, with a bring-your-own-bedding requirement and torches designed as the only source of light. There’s an outdoor kitchen with a propane camping stove and composting toilets. Besides your own cozy cabin, there’s access to the shared outdoor kitchen, indoor dining hall, bathhouse, and sauna, as well as gardens and lots of forests. There are plenty of trails to hike, a swimming hole, and garden benches and porch swings to enjoy the view.
This triangular treehouse is hidden amidst the dense foliage of Baguio City’s pinewood forest in The Philippines. A private room with space for two guests, it’s the ideal mid-point between a nature-filled getaway and modern comforts. This treehouse comes complete with everything you need for a relaxing stay, like a private garden, barbecue pit, fire pit, and even a Glasshouse Lounge. Outside, you’ll appreciate the stunning views of lush pine forests, majestic mountains, and breathtaking skies. The bedroom also overlooks a tranquil waterfall. This king-size bedroom has its own ensuite bathroom and stylish decor throughout. It’s also got all the essentials like Wi-Fi, a hairdryer, and free parking.
Take a trip to Nairobi in Kenya for a one-of-a-kind treehouse that you’ll never want to leave. This one-bedroom Airbnb is perched high in the trees and looks out over a river valley below. The star of the show here is the outdoor bath, where you’ll want to bathe in the morning surrounded by trees or late at night, under the stars. This self-contained space exists inside a family compound but is private and separated from the rest of the area. There’s a communal swimming pool for soaking up the sunshine throughout the day when you’re done with sightseeing. Part of the charm of this spot comes from the fact that it’s partially open-air, which means it can get a little cooler in the evenings. You’ll find cozy fires and hot water bottles nearby if it gets too cold!
This Turkish treehouse overlooks a huge body of water, so you’ll end each evening here watching the stars glisten and reflect on the waves. With one bedroom and room for up to four guests, this treehouse was initially built for its owner, which means it’s fully kitted out with everything you’ll need. There’s a kitchen and living room on the ground level and a bathroom and bedroom on the second level. It’s built across three separate trees and is partially open-air, with leaves gently waving at you in the breeze. Its prominent location close by to both a swimming pool and the sea means you’ll want to bring your boats, jet skis, paddleboards, kayaks, and every other water toy to fully make the most of this property.