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Treehouse rentals have become an increasingly popular trend and for good reason. They’re the perfect option for living out your childhood fantasies while being immersed in spectacular nature. They range from rustic off-grid options to luxurious retreats – no matter what your style, these are the most beautiful you’ll find available today.
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One of the best vacation rentals in Hawaii, this Airbnb is a romantic retreat. Located just a short drive from Volcano National Park on the Big Island, this bamboo treehouse sits 15 feet off the ground, accessed via steep “ladder/stairs.” Off-grid you’ll have plenty of privacy in a secluded location filled with lush greenery. Ideal for a romantic stay, it includes 360-degree views of nature and a dreamy bedroom with whispy white linens that make it feel as if you’re sleeping among the clouds.
Not only is this treehouse a stunner to look at from the outside, on the inside, but entire trees are also protruding through the multilevel retreat. Here you’ll be surrounded by nature and just a short drive from either Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort or Glacier National Park. It includes spiraling staircases and decks for enjoying the breathtaking views, with opportunities for cross-country skiing on trails that wind through the woods.
One of the most romantic vacation rentals in the U.S., this Airbnb is a hidden gem. Set on 15 secluded acres among the tranquil hills and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains on the crest of a ridge, this treehouse for two offers magnificent views of Pigeon mountain. Ideal for a romantic couples stay, it includes a screened-in balcony off the bedroom and a Japanese Ofuro soaking tub set on a separate relaxation platform among the trees.
Canopy Blue is an incredible three-story treehouse that sits on four acres overlooking the national forest with direct access to hiking the Benton MacKaye Trail, yet it’s just a 10-minute drive to historic downtown Blue Ridge. You’ll have 1,200-square-feet of deck space for enjoying the views, a fire pit for marshmallow roasting, a hot tub and lots of luxuries inside, with enough space to accommodated six guests.
Nestled at the edge of the woods, this treehouse offers seclusion, spectacular views, access to hiking and plenty of tranquility. Inspired by Dr. Seuss, it’s perched at the top of the 88-acre organic Bliss Ridge Farm, with a spring-fed pond for swimming available for guests near the farmhouse. It sleeps up to seven in an open area with five beds, ideal for a larger family, and includes an indoor fireplace, kitchen, bathroom and even amenities for the little ones like a highchair, books, and toys. You’ll have a BBQ grill and an outdoor fire pit for gathering under the stars too.
Just 15 minutes from the town of Woodstock, the Willow Treehouse overlooks a swimmable pond, providing a blissful escape for nature lovers. It sits on 34 acres and includes panoramic windows for enjoying the views, a hot tub and a fireplace to cozy up to while watching a colorful sunset.
One of the most unique Airbnbs in the U.S., this treehouse is a waterfall lover’s paradise, surrounded by forest with hiking trails and provides access to private swimming holes and waterfalls. It was all handbuilt and includes three bedrooms, sleeping up to five. You’ll also find what the host calls “a provocative art collection, centuries of antiques and eclectic collection of recorded music.”
San Jose might be the last place you’d think to find a treehouse, but this beautiful option sits on a hill overlooking Silicon Valley, ideal for anyone who wants a unique, relaxing stay and an ideal base for enjoying city attractiions. A winding staircase leads to the 250-square-foot house which includes all the essentials and a deck to unwind on tucked between three sycamore trees.
The eco-friendly Canopy Treehouse is a 350-square-foot tiny home that comes with a full kitchen and all the accessories along with a loft and attached sleeping pod, accommodating up to four guests. Carbon neutral, it runs off a 150-panel solar array on the property. Wake up here and you’ll appreciate the silence that’s only interrupted by the call of a loon. Oftentimes, as you sip your coffee you’ll be able to watch the deer that frequently visit for a drink at the pond.
Enjoy an urban treehouse retreat in the heart of Atlanta at this treehouse that’s been featured in numerous publications and TV, from the “Today Show” to Architectural Digest. It’s made up of three separate rooms called Mind, Body and Spirit that are connected by rope-bridges. Mind is a sitting room with a balcony overlooking the lush woods, while Body is a bedroom for two, and Spirit is a hammock deck open to the elements.
A custom-built luxury treehouse, the TreeLoft is nestled into the woods of a 120-acre farm and includes a skylight just above the king-size bed with a solar shade so the early morning light won’t prevent sleeping in. It also has a hot tub that sits next to soaring Eastern Red Cedar trees with a privacy fence, a separate deck for grilling and relaxing, and a fire pit below with ambient lighting.
The Tranquil Treehouse is just 100 yards from Table Rock Lake, with a wagon provided so that you can bring your gear down to the shoreline and spend your days along the water. It includes a large deck for relaxing while sipping your favorite beverages, watching the deer and squirrels play, or cooking out on the grill. A fire pit below includes firewood and S’more sticks. A few of the highlights inside are an ammered copper 6-foot Japanese soaking tub for two, a Victrola record player with albums, an electric fireplace, and a selection of over 40 new and old movies with popcorn included.
Set across 14 acres, this treehouse offers gorgeous views you can wake up to right from bed. Just below the loft is a private half-bath and an open shower house. An electric fireplace and a TV with Amazon Fire Stick is included along with a large open deck in the trees, a propane grill, and a private fire pit with two started bundles of pre-cut wood (additional bundles are available for a fee).
This treehouse sits on a 72-acre farm that offers endless hiking opportunities and friendly farm animals from donkeys and goats to horses, chickens, turkeys and ducks. Gather your own eggs for breakfast from the “Gypsy Chick Inn” and enjoy a wide range of activities nearby like horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, tubing and fishing. Inside you’ll have a full wall of windows for enjoying the serene views and all sorts of unique original works of art. A clawfoot tub offers the chance to soak with a spectacular view, while an old apple tree stump was converted into a bathroom sink – there’s a ton of character throughout!
When you rent this place on Vrbo you’ll get a one-bedroom cottage and a guest treehouse that provide access to the Yakima River, a blue-ribbon fly fishing river. It includes private drift boat access for those who bring their personal watercraft, while amenities in Cle Elum are nearby and it’s just a 15-minute drive to historic Roslyn, famous as the setting for the TV series “Northern Exposure.” If the weather doesn’t cooperate, there’s a TV and Xbox in the treehouse as well as a flat-screen TV and DVD player in the cottage. A kitchen with everything but the oven is included too.
A private getaway for a couple, this treehouse sits on a property with horses – your hosts have carrots in their fridge that you can feed them too. It includes a full wrap-around walk as well as a deck for enjoying the fresh air outside. Inside, you’ll have a kitchenette with a microwave, toaster oven, and an electric frying pan. There’s also a small dining area, bedroom, and bathroom. If you’d like to gather around a campfire, the hosts will get the fire pit set up for you too.
Featured on multiple TV shows, films, and music videos, this unique treehouse is tucked into a private bamboo forest on a working rescue farm with alpacas, llamas, chickens, and dogs. It’s filled with antiques and luxurious beds, including a comfy swinging rope bed. From the large skylight, you’ll be able to gaze up at the swaying zen bamboo.
The adventurous seeking an off-grid escape will appreciate this rustic treehouse nestled in a canopy of trees, especially ideal in autumn, surrounded by rich scarlets, brilliant oranges and yellows. There is no electricity or Wi-Fi, but you’ll be surrounded by stress-melting nature. On chilly nights, you’ll have a propane gas heater and plenty of extra blankets to keep you warm.
Tucked into the woods of Middle Grove, New York, climb the winding staircase to this cozy treehouse cabin to enjoy a relaxing stay with a deck that overlooks the lush surrounding greenery. It comes with a full bath, outdoor kitchen and grill, outdoor lighting and a fire pit.
Attached to four 100-foot-high spruce trees 25 feet off the ground, this treehouse sits on two acres and is accessed via a winding rock staircase. It includes two balconies that provide sweeping panoramic vistas of the spectacular Colorado landscape along with a wood-burning stove, full-size kitchen, bathroom with a rock shower, and a bedroom sleeping loft, accommodating up to six. Just below is a picnic table and campfire area.
Just an hour from Seattle on lush Whidbey Island in the middle of the woods, this octagonal treehouse has a cedar tree that rises right through the middle, while large windows and skylights bring the outside in. It includes a spacious, covered deck for relaxing among the trees and abundant wildlife, including eagles, owls, and lots of deer.
One of the most popular treehouses in the country, this cool two-story option comes with a luxurious soaking tub along with a stone fireplace and HDTV. You’ll access the second floor from a set of spiraling stairs which includes a bedroom and a loft for a small child who will require assistance getting up and down the custom ladder. It’s a wonderfully tranquil spot where you can enjoy glorious sunrises over Mount Pilchuck and visitors like deer, bald eagles, squirrels, chipmunks, and woodpeckers. At night, listen for the distant calls of a coyote or the hoot of an owl.