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One of the most magical ways to experience the Northeastern U.S. is to stay in a treehouse and really immerse yourself in nature and up among the leaves and branches. Airbnb is a great resource for treehouse rentals, and there are actually quite a few options available throughout the states of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Here are some dreamy treehouse rentals in the Northeast to inspire your next getaway.
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The Canopy Treehouse sleeps up to four people and is 350 square feet in size. It has a full kitchen with appliances, kitchen accessories, and a loft and attached sleeping pod with queen-size beds. This Maine treehouse is in a peaceful and quiet area. Sit outside and enjoy the deck, go fishing on the private dock, or take a soak in the hot tub. This treehouse offers an eco-luxury experience with many sustainable touches and recycled/reclaimed materials.
Here’s a luxury treehouse that is very spacious at 900 square feet. It can sleep up to six guests and is nestled among maple, spruce, pine, birch, and cedar trees. It’s a modern treehouse with a sauna, whirlpool, kitchen, fireplace, and deck. You’ll be near many Downeast Coastline attractions when you stay in this pet-friendly Maine treehouse. The kitchen has appliances and everything you need to cook homemade meals during your stay.
Perfect for couples, this Maine treehouse is at the Appleton Retreat and on 120 acres of land that’s bordered by a protected nature conservatory. It is less than a half hour’s drive from charming seaside towns and a very private getaway. The first floor is 20 feet high, and the sleeping loft is about 40 feet off the ground. You must climb three flights of stairs to access the space. It’s a well-appointed place that has electricity, a shower, a traditional toilet, and a full kitchen. Dogs are welcome here, but you’ll likely have to carry your pup up and down some stairs.
Airbnb guests love this treehouse that sleeps about four people and is 10 minutes from Augusta and the downtown of the Belgrade Lakes Region. It’s nestled among the pine trees and has a rustic lodge atmosphere. The treehouse offers a fully equipped kitchen with everything you need to cook meals. Other features are a loft bedroom with a queen-size bed, a chic couch that converts into another bed by the fireplace, and modern bathroom. The outdoor space has a deck with a grill. Wi-Fi and a smart TV with streaming options are available for guests. You’ll have access to a shared sandy beach, kayaks, canoes, and paddleboats. Pets are allowed with a $125 pet fee.
Lovers of the outdoors enjoy staying at this treehouse that’s close to the 4,288-acre Sebasticook Lake. It’s an ideal spot to be for bass fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and ATV riding. The four-season rail-trail is perfect for hiking and biking too. Stay here when you want to take several day trips in Maine to the ocean, Acadian National Park, lakes, and state parks. This is a low-key treehouse that’s comfortable but not fancy. The rental season for it runs from June through September.
New Hampshire Treehouses
What better way to get to know New Hampshire than to stay in an authentic treehouse? This quaint and rustic cabin in the trees is a rural getaway that’s about 15-20 minutes from North Conway. Stay here to disconnect from the world and get back to the basics. It offers a tiny living experience in a 9×12 space that includes a loft, queen-size memory foam mattress, sheets, blankets, and other comforts. There is no full kitchen or bathroom here. However, there is an outdoor kitchen with a sink, outdoor gas grill, cooler, and coffee and tea supplies provided. For the bathroom, there’s an outhouse a few feet from the cabin and a bucket bathing offered seasonally. Pets are allowed here when you let the host know in advance.
For all of the modern amenities you could want, consider staying at this luxury treehouse near Mount Sunapee and Lake Sunapee. It’s surrounded by the woods and outdoor recreation in a one-of-a-kind space. Features of this Airbnb rental include radiant heat flooring, a propane fireplace, wrap-around deck, grill/griddle, and galley kitchen with appliances. There are two bedrooms in the treehouse to comfortably sleep up to four people. Wi-Fi and cable TV are provided for guests.
Come check out this four-season treehouse that’s in the heart of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. It’s 12 feet up in the trees and has a kitchenette, small bathroom, reading spots, and Wi-Fi. There is a lot of natural light in the treehouse, and you can walk to a private community beach and snowmobile trails from the space. The Cozy Treehouse has a rustic-chic vibe and is decorated with new and reclaimed materials. Restaurants are within close driving distance.
Take the suspended path to this treehouse to discover your own little oasis in New Hampshire. It is 30 feet above the forest floor and comes with electricity, a composting toilet, a wood stove, a fridge, and Wi-Fi. You will need to bring your own blankets, sleeping bags, and pots and pans for cooking on the stove. Pets are not allowed here, and children must be at least 10 years old to join you in the treehouse. You’ll need to have a 4WD vehicle to access this area in the winter. Guests have access to the host’s five-acre property, which has a large pond for fishing and marked trails for hiking. This is a glamping experience up in the trees that you’ll never forget.
Moving on to Vermont, there are some lovely treehouses all across this state too, including this one that was constructed with local, natural, and recycled materials. It measures 10×16 inside with a loft and has a 4×16 size deck. The outside deck overlooks a year-round stream, and there’s a hammock and campfire space just below the treehouse. Guests can prepare simple meals on the propane camp stove and charcoal grill. The treehouse has a basic composting toilet, but the host also gives guests access to the full modern bathroom in the main house. It has a private setting but is still just about 200 feet from the main house and driveway.
Enjoy being up among the trees and also close to lots of outdoor recreation when you book this treehouse on Airbnb. It has been designed with reclaimed timber and vintage/salvage décor for a natural retreat. There is cell service but no TV, Wi-Fi, or air conditioning. It’s a fun space for a couple’s getaway, a small family vacation, or gathering up to six friends. Pets are allowed in this treehouse with a $50 fee and as long as you keep them crated while unattended in the treehouse. When you stay here, make sure to check out the historic town of St. Johnsbury, the Hub at Kingdom Trails for mountain biking, and the Burke Mountain Ski and Bike Park.
This unique and modern treehouse is secluded and private on a 13-acre property in Vermont. It is available to rent year-round and well-insulated. Two people can stay here and use the queen-size bed, mini woodstove, self-contained toilet, and private outdoor shower area with hot water. There is no Wi-Fi or cell service in the treehouse, but those things can be accessed nearby. The hosts have built trails on the property that you are welcome to explore while staying here. Pets are allowed in this treehouse.
Up to four people can stay in this Vermont treehouse and live up among the trees for a fun getaway. There’s a loft with a queen-size bed and another queen-size bed downstairs. You’ll have awesome views from all the windows here and be close to Route 100. The rental comes with a small fridge, sheets and pillows, a propane fireplace, and internet. The bathroom is a porta-potty that’s built to look like an outhouse. Hiking and mountain biking are possible from right outside the treehouse.
A good option for adventurous couples in Vermont is this relaxing treehouse in the Green Mountains area. It’s between Sugarbush and Killington whenever you want to get into town. The treehouse allows pets when you pay an extra fee and follow the pet rules. The bathroom here is a composting toilet that is on the treehouse platform but not attached or heated. There is no electricity in the treehouse, but you will have propane heat and a seasonal outdoor shower. The host has another treehouse with more amenities that’s called the Sugar Maple Treehouse.