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Glamping is a fun way to experience the nature of Virginia, whether you choose to pitch a tent, rent a cabin, or stay in a yurt. But another fun way to glamp here is to sleep high up in the trees where you can get a bird’s eye view of the surroundings and really appreciate the beauty all around you.
Here are the dreamiest treehouse rentals in Virginia to inspire your next treetop adventure.
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This is a very popular and very highly rated Virginia treehouse that’s available for guests on Airbnb. It sleeps two people and is nestled among the pine trees. The treehouse spans about 400 square feet of space and has a spiral staircase, marble tile shower, and a fireplace. You’ll also have a kitchen here with everything you need to prepare meals. The bedroom has a queen-size bed, a hanging chair to read a book, and skylight views. Guests also love the two-person hot tub on the deck and porch with river views. This property often books out six months in advance, so plan your trip early! It’s on a five-acre property and about 200 feet from the host’s home, yet 16 feet off the ground to give you extra privacy. Another feature is the river that’s about 100 yards away, and host provides free usage of two kayaks and a canoe to enjoy it.
Up to four people can stay at this treehouse and explore Shenandoah State Park and the wineries nearby. It’s a glamping spot with a composting toilet in an adjacent outhouse and not suitable for kids under five. However, the host has another rental cabin that’s great for families as an alternative. The rental is on a property that’s over 120 acres and has hiking trails, including a trail that leads to the Appalachian Trail. There are three free-roaming dogs that live on the property.
The Eagles Nest Tree House is a very highly rated Airbnb property that sleeps four people. It is a rustic luxury treehouse that’s 17 feet high in the treetops. The rental spans about 900 square feet and includes a four-person hot tub, screened porch, gas fireplace, laundry machines, Wi-Fi, and a kitchenette. The hanging rope chairs and swinging play forts also make this a really fun place to stay. Up to two pets are allowed here for a fee of $75 per pet, per stay.
Although categorized as a “treehouse,” this Airbnb rental has more of a cabin vibe and is surrounded by trees to accommodate up to six people. It has views of the Shenandoah River and National Park and is a true hideaway spot that’s loved by all who stay here. It is a place to disconnect because Wi-Fi and TV are not available. Book this rental property to slow down the pace of life. It has two bedrooms and one bath, as well as a small fridge and an ice cooler to store food.
Here’s a treehouse that was built from wood right on the property and that overlooks a tributary to the Potomac. It’s a glamorous and romantic treehouse with wildlife in the vicinity and a private space with a king-size bed, kitchen, and Wi-Fi. There’s both an indoor and an outdoor shower here, as well as steep steps to the loft bedroom. Up to three people can stay in this Airbnb rental treehouse that’s just 15-20 minutes from Lovettsville, Leesburg, and Purcellville.
A great Waterford option for up to three guests is this highly-rated Airbnb treehouse with tall glass walls and big forest views. It has a loft-style bedroom and is managed by Waterford Reservations, LLC. The space has lots of character and a kitchen if you want to prepare your own meals. Just look outside to enjoy romantic views as you’re nestled on the hillside. The amenities provided include Wi-Fi, TV, air conditioning, kitchen, and babysitter recommendations. You’ll be about 12 minutes from Lovettsville when you stay here.
How cool would it be to stay in a treehouse while visiting Virginia Beach? This vacation home rental listed on Vrbo is a treehouse among the live oaks and just a half-block from the beach. From here, you can walk to restaurants and a brewery here on the northern end of Virginia Beach. The oceanfront area with all the tourist shops and many more restaurants is about 10-15 minutes away. This vacation rental is about 1,200 square feet in size and sleeps up to six people. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms to accommodate guests.
Many people have stayed at this Virginia treehouse that has a full private bath, queen-size bed, private gazebo, and 300-feet catwalks that connect it to a lunar sauna. The treehouse is on a piece of property with ponds, nature trails, a cool dip pool, frisbee golf course, and more. Your room will have Wi-Fi, a TV, coffee, tea, and LED lighting. The barn is a shared space with a game room, massage room, meditation room, and sky lounge. The “castle” is also a shared space with a communal kitchen. With advance notice, you can book a private yoga class or massage. Reserve this treehouse rental for an eco-friendly space with lots of “green” practices.
This tree cottage has a spacious deck and is perfect for a romantic getaway. It is near downtown Charlottesville and wineries, and it offers a small kitchenette and bathroom too. Couples love staying here and exploring the outdoor spaces in the area. The host offers an additional Airbnb rental space that is on the lower level of the main house if you have a bigger group to accommodate. The amenities here include Wi-Fi, an indoor fireplace, free parking, and breakfast.
You’ll be nestled in the woods with this Vrbo rental that’s within walking distance to the zip lines, tubing park, bike park, and ski slopes. It’s a fun place to be near mini-golf, a pool, go-karts, and other family attractions too. The space is 1,700 square feet in size, sleeps six people, and has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths, which means it feels more like an actual house than a true treehouse. However, it’s still a great way to enjoy this part of Virginia while having all the comforts of home, such as laundry machines, TVs, Wi-Fi, and central A/C.
Up to eight people can stay in this magical treehouse that provides easy access to the trails and river. It’s a dog-friendly rental that comes with complimentary bikes to use. In the host’s house, there’s a bathroom, kitchenette, and lounge apartment that guests can also use. Stay here to relive your childhood in a glamping-style treehouse. It does not have running water or its own kitchen, so expect a rustic and authentic stay in a convenient Richmond location. Sleeping accommodations include a queen-size bed, bunk bed, floor mattress, and hammocks.