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When you travel, you have a lot of different options for where to stay, such as hotels, motels, condos, and campgrounds. But if you’re looking for a truly unique way to experience a new place, how about renting a treehouse that takes you to new heights and really immerses you in nature?
Georgia is one of the best places to find an Airbnb or Vrbo treehouse because there are so many options available. Here are a few of our favorites!
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Perfect for two guests, this treehouse is about 20 minutes from Atlanta and spans three floors with many fun features. It is a backyard treehouse with two structures connected by a rope bridge. One structure has a 144-square-foot bedroom and wrap-around porch, while the second structure is screened in and accessible via a rope bridge. There is a bathroom on the ground level for guests to use, and it’s about 30 steps away from the treehouse and attached to the host’s main house. The rental comes with Wi-Fi and air conditioning.
Available to rent on Vrbo, this luxury treehouse is 650 square feet in size and sleeps up to six people. It has one bedroom, a loft, 1,200-square-foot decks, and three levels. The treehouse is on four private acres of land overlooking a national forest. You can access the Benton MacKaye Trail right outside. Access to the ramp is by ramp, not stairs. With this treehouse rental, you’ll have a kitchen, living room, rockers, a double porch swing, and TVs. The outside bar seating area is great for grilling out, and the hot tub deck is right under the treehouse.
The Trinity Treehouse is a Stonecrest Airbnb that sleeps up to four people. It’s by a 2,500-acre park and 25 minutes from Atlanta. The rental comes with a full kitchen and bath, queen-size bed, two twin beds, recliners, Roku TV, Wi-Fi, desk, and balcony. This is a pet-friendly treehouse rental (for a $50 fee) in a suburban neighborhood that’s surrounded by nature. This treehouse is easy to access with free driveway parking and just a short walk to the treehouse stairs.
Head to Duluth, Georgia to experience this treehouse rental that includes modern conveniences with a rustic vibe. It’s in a forested area about 100 yards behind the host’s house. The treehouse is about 120 square feet in size and has a 50-square-foot sleeping loft. There’s a small bathroom here with a composting toilet and hot water shower. Look down at the small stream below the treehouse and enjoy sitting on the bench that overlooks it down the path.
Here’s a designer treehouse in the heart of wine country in North Georgia. It is a luxurious treehouse with running water, flush toilets, a king-size bed in the bedroom, and a sofa bed and air mattress in the living room. It also has a kitchenette with a small fridge, microwave, and other small appliances. It’s fun to explore the property with its spring-fed creek here. Prospective guests should know that it’s a two-minute walk from the parking area to the treehouse via a marked trail and the use of a luggage cart.
This 1,300-square-foot Airbnb sleeps up to seven people and has two bedrooms and two baths. It’s a unique treehouse-style structure that was built by design team Carlos Tardio and MaryClair DeReuil. The home is between GA Tech and Atlantic Station, which is a great location to be in when you visit Atlanta. Features of this space are a gourmet kitchen, interior glass walls, artisan coffee, and curated classic albums. It also has internet, a TV, a fireplace, and laundry machines. Pets can stay here for a $40 fee.
Bed+Bough is a treehouse in Dawsonville that gets great reviews on Airbnb and sleeps up to four people. It’s a North Georgia destination on five acres of land near wineries and waterfalls. This treehouse comes with a kitchenette, full bathroom, queen-size bed, fold-out couch, king-size bed, and living room. Wi-Fi is available here, as well as Adirondack chairs around a fire pit, and a pizza oven. It’s not a space for young children, but the host considers allowing children ages seven and up on a case-by-case basis.
Four guests can stay in this Georgia treehouse that’s on 16 acres of private property. It’s near some great wineries, hiking, whitewater rafting, and the best activities in Chattanooga. This treehouse is an awesome sanctuary that is connected to a hot tub by an arched bridge. The space is perfect for romantic getaways but also has a trundle bed that pulls out below the king-size bed for extra guests. The treehouse does not have Wi-Fi, so come here to disconnect and be off the grid.
Located in the Atlanta suburb of Kennesaw, the Treehouse at Pine Meadows is a highly rated Airbnb treehouse for two people. It’s conveniently located near the highways and accessible via a hand-crafted staircase. The interior offers a queen-size bed, electric fireplace, antique cabinet, vintage reading chair, heat, air conditioning, smart TV, and board games. There are rocking chairs on the porch to enjoy some time outdoors. There’s no bathroom inside the treehouse, but guests can use the outhouse that’s just a few steps away and attached to the treehouse. It has a composting toilet, while the basement shower nearby is available if you stay two or more nights. You’ll be in the host’s backyard in a neighborhood when you book this rental.
Two people can book this very popular treehouse Airbnb for a trip to Atlanta and enjoy a suite of three furnished rooms. It has three areas that are representative of the mind, body, and spirit. Fun features of the treehouse are the antique furnishings, comfy bedding, and deck surrounded by greenery. There is no bathroom in the treehouse, so guests use the bathroom in the basement level of the host’s private home.
Stay in a contemporary and luxurious treehouse with this new Airbnb rental that offers views of Pigeon Mountain. It’s on 15 acres of private land and accommodates two people. The space has an open floor plan, full kitchen, back deck with BBQ, screened balcony, and soaking tub on a relaxation platform in the trees. You’ll be in scenic northwest Georgia here among the Appalachian Mountains. The bedroom in the treehouse has a full-size shower, while laundry machines are available in a separate room.
Spanning approximately 800 square feet, here’s a treehouse that sleeps five people and has two bedrooms and a full bathroom. It’s an upscale space with a California king, queen, and twin window seat for sleeping accommodations. It’s a fun place to be because of the hot tub, fireplace, fire pit, loft with covered balcony, and decorative lighting. The host has another treehouse on this same property. The kitchen comes with a fridge/freezer, microwave, electric burners, waffle maker, and more. Also, the treehouse faces the national forest and is up a bumpy dirt road.
Archimedes’ Nest is an Airbnb nestled up among the trees and a romantic getaway designed for relaxation and indulgence. You’ll get garden views from the windows and enjoy being within walking distance of East Atlanta Village. The cozy space has tall ceilings and is decorated with natural elements. It comes with a full kitchen, half bath on the main level, dining table with room for six people, and gas grill. There’s a queen-size bed in the loft, as well as a full bath up here and a reading nook. Guests enjoy the upper deck while sipping coffee or wine.
The 6 Ponds Farm Treehouse sleeps two people and is 256 square feet in size. It’s an Airbnb treehouse rental that’s 30 feet high and adjacent to a back porch with a hot tub and fireplace. You’ll have access to the full farm here for paddleboarding, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and biking. On this 30-acre, woman-owned farm, you’ll find a lovely retreat with a full shower and traditional toilet. It has an all-glass façade to enjoy the great views. It’s one of the few pet-friendly treehouse rentals in Georgia, and there’s no pet fee. The farm is also home to chickens, roosters, goats, rabbits, and a donkey.
For up to four people, this treehouse allows you to explore the Helen area of Georgia and is made out of recycled materials. It’s in a secluded location and does not have running water or electricity. You’ll have to hike in about a half-mile from the parking area to get here. It has a king-size bed on the main level, a full-size bed in the loft, a and relaxing deck. Guests use the outhouse across from the treehouse and the bathrooms with showers at the main office. Book this rental to be out glamping among the trees!