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Tennessee is filled with beautiful forests perfect for hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking. But another way to experience the stunning trees of Tennessee is to rent a treehouse to stay in overnight as a standard hotel alternative and get a memorable vacation rental experience.
Throughout Tennessee, you can find authentic treehouses and unique treehouse-like structures for rent on Airbnb and Vrbo. Here are the top treehouse rentals in Tennessee to choose from!
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The Dove Treehouse is another option on this 18-acre property that is secluded in the woods. This treehouse is available to rent on Vrbo and sleeps two people. It has a studio layout with a king-size bed, a living area with a leather couch, a kitchen with essential appliances, and a dinette set. The host provides fiber internet and cable TV, and you’ll also enjoy the brand-new saltwater hot tub. It’s also fun to head outside to hang out around the fire pit stocked with firewood and relax in the private, double-wide hammock. The treehouse is in a beautiful natural area of Tennessee and a 10-minute drive from South Cumberland State Park.
For up to four travelers in Tennessee, you can rent the Upper Stone Mountain Treehouse, which is wheelchair accessible with a convenient ramp. The treehouse is on 20 acres of private land and in a secluded location that is eight miles to I-26 and 20 minutes to Johnson City. The treehouse offers a king-size bed, sleeper sofa, full bathroom, kitchen, flat-screen TV, and gas log fireplace. This is a fun hangout spot because disc golf, cornhole, mountain biking, and hiking are available onsite. Horses are welcome on the property, but pets are not allowed inside the treehouse.
Known as The Nest, this treehouse is on a 62-acre farm in Mount Juliet. It is a fun and romantic getaway spot that requires climbing ten stairs to access. The interior offers a bedroom with a queen-size bed and a full bathroom. There is also a nice deck area, hammock, and bonfire outside the treehouse. The host provides guests with an outdoor cooler and mini fridge too. You’ll have lots of privacy and opportunities to view wildlife here. Yet shopping and restaurants are available just six miles away, and downtown Nashville is just 22 miles away. You can book a wedding or elopement package here for an extra fee.
The Treehouse Guys from the DIY Network show built the TreEscape, the first true treehouse built in the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge area. It is built in two live trees that are growing through the interior and it has an ample deck space, a covered hot tub, outdoor bars, and a suspension bridge to a crow’s nest deck. Book this Airbnb for a romantic getaway or quiet solo retreat up among the trees. You’ll have your own private space in this popular area near the Smokey Mountains but still be within just minutes of town. In the outdoor areas, guests can also use the charcoal grill, firepit, pub table, and hanging/swinging chairs.
You’ll be just 20 minutes north of Nashville when you book this Vrbo luxury treehouse. It is located on 11 private acres of land known as the Greenbrier Beechhouse. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom main treehouse is connected to the one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest pod with a swing bridge and spacious deck. It’s in a country setting and an excellent choice for couples, two couples, or small families. In total, the Vrbo rental can sleep six people, and you’ll get access to the second space if you have more than two people in your group.
Here’s an Airbnb treehouse that sleeps four people and is ultra-cozy in a gated community. The rental is in a peaceful place with good fishing nearby. It’s situated along the creek, which has the potential for high water levels, but the host will let you know if this happens to be an issue. In the treehouse bedroom, you’ll have a queen-size bed and a sofa bed. Stay here to get off the beaten path and embrace your outdoorsy side.
This Vrbo rental is a treehouse-style cabin that accommodates large groups of up to 10 people. It is between the national park, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge but in a peaceful place with no traffic noise for your getaway. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom rental is on a wooded, half-acre lot near the Arts & Crafts Community. It’s very cozy inside and comes with a full kitchen, multiple TVs, a game room with a pool table, decks, a screened-in porch, a basketball net, a gas grill, and a five-person spa with a waterfall. Book this vacation rental property when you don’t necessarily need to be in a traditional, elevated treehouse but just want a treehouse-type atmosphere for your large group.
This highly-rated Airbnb treehouse accommodates up to four people and is a fun and romantic getaway spot. It is tucked away in the woods on nearly 18 acres of land and lets you sleep among the trees. This treehouse has many modern features, such as internet, smart TV with cable, a soundbar, and a new memory foam mattress. The treehouse has an open-concept layout with a full kitchen. Other unique features of the rental are the hot tub, gas fireplace, and outdoor firepit. There are two additional treehouses and a large cabin on the same property, but you’ll still have privacy here. The Hummingbird Treehouse is a seven-minute drive from downtown Monteagle, 45 minutes from Chattanooga, and 90 minutes from Nashville.
Tennessee travelers will enjoy staying at this treehouse cottage and Appalachian-style log cabin with the breeze blowing through the trees. The two-bedroom, one-bathroom vacation rental sleeps six people and offers lovely views of trees and mountains from the porch. For amenities, the rental offers a full kitchen, laundry machines, central air conditioning and heat, a charcoal grill, and a jacuzzi. Although this rental is not an actual treehouse, it feels like you are in one when you are swinging or rocking on the covered porch. Children are welcome to stay here, but there are additional fees for guests over age four beyond the first two people.
Sulfur Ridge is a Tennessee treehouse that welcomes one or two adults. It is an Amish-built treehouse with an eclectic style and many comforts provided. It is perched 15 feet up above the forest floor and offers a private and intimate setting in nature. Guests can soak in the hot tub at the end of the day, watch the stars around the fire pit, and play their favorite songs on the jukebox. The property is 19 acres in size and has additional vacation rental accommodations in three 1961-inspired campers. However, you won’t be able to see the campers and will have plenty of privacy here.
On the same property as the Hummingbird Treehouse and Dove Treehouse, the Eagle Treehouse offers accommodations for six people on 18 acres of secluded woods. It has been renovated to include all new furniture, a new mattress, cell reception, cable TV, and a gas fireplace. This is the largest treehouse on the property and has a separate loft space, making it excellent for families with kids. The dedicated bedroom has a king-size bed and a daybed with a trundle in addition to the loft area. The treehouse also has a full kitchen, covered porch, private saltwater hot tub, fire pit, and hammock.
Serenity House is a treehouse for up to four people, but that makes a perfect retreat for couples. It is high up in the trees and has a grand porch that offers views of the property. This treehouse is about 460 square feet and comes with a loft bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and living area. The property has walking trails, a fishing and swimming pond, horses, goats, and cows. There is also a free-range dog that will likely greet you when you arrive on the property. Come here to truly disconnect because there is no internet or TV, and cell phone service is limited.
For a cozy and romantic stay in Tennessee, you can book this adults-only treehouse with a porch, hot tub, grill, and cedar log furniture. It’s a rental unit for two people, and comes with a kitchen, desk workspace, laundry machines, king-size bed, full bathroom, and free Wi-Fi. It’s fun for outdoor activities because the Cumberland Valley Trailhead is a half-mile away, and more trails are just down the road by the Bandy Creek Visitor’s Center. This pet-friendly treehouse welcomes two pets per stay as long as you clean up after them.