With the constantly growing industry of vacation rentals, more and more people are spending less time in hotels and opting for unique stays to enhance their getaways.
And because of this, people from around the globe are thinking of ways to create a special option that stands out amongst the rest – as just any house simply won’t do when vacationers know there’s a more interesting option waiting to be discovered.
While this can make an Airbnb host’s job a bit more difficult, it is great news for the people looking to rent because it opens the door for once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
The most-searched-for accommodation is easily a treehouse – because what adult doesn’t want to live out their childhood fantasies?
There are a few truly remarkable treehouses hidden amongst many just-average options – so do yourself a favor and check out this list of the top 30 most beautiful Airbnb treehouses and make sure you’re getting the ultimate rental experience you deserve.
Table of Contents
- 1. Secluded Intown Treehouse
- 2. Little Red Treehouse
- 3. Dreamy Treehouse
- 4. Treehouse Canopy Room
- 5. Tree Dwelling
- 6. Tropical Treehouse
- 7. Willow Treehouse
- 8. Timber Treehouse
- 9. Majestree
- 10. Treehouse of Serenity
- 11. Extraordinary Treehouse
- 12. Leaf Treehouse
- 13. Osprey Treehouse
- 14. Vineyard Treehouse
- 15. San Jose Treehouse
- 16. The Box
- 17. Treehouse at Danville
- 18. Majestic Treehouse
- 19. Treetop House
- 20. The Birdhouse
- 21. Air Castle
- 22. Serenity Creek Treehouse
- 23. Lofty Treehouse
- 24. Crystal Peak Lookout
- 25. Firefly Treehouse
- 26. Tranquil Treehouse
- 27. Cottage Grove Treehouse
- 28. Romantic Treehouse
- 29. Upper Stone Mountain Treehouse
- 30. The ATL Treehouse
1. Secluded Intown Treehouse
Hidden away within the woods just minutes from the busy downtown area of Atlanta, Georgia, the Secluded Intown Treehouse is the perfect combination of seclusion and convenience.
One step into this unique stay will make it clear as to why it’s been listed as one of the most breathtaking properties time and time again by various travel agencies.
One of the many features that make this treehouse retreat stand out amongst the rest is the use of rope bridges to get from one room to another.
Everything about the place screams relaxation, and the three spacious rooms named Mind, Body, and Spirit are a perfect example of that.
The Mind room is where you go to unwind with a book in hand while admiring the unique variety of artifacts that line the walls and take in the views of the forest from the balcony.
The Body room is where you rest your head at night – and the hosts have taken it upon themselves to supply guests with the most comfortable mattress and sheets that money can buy. There are also wheels on the bed so that it can be rolled out onto a patio for a comfortable way to stargaze.
The Spirit Room is where you can spend some quality time with nature as you lay out on a hammock and take in the sounds and sights of the forest around you.
It is important to note that the bathroom isn’t within the treehouse but is easily accessible by walking down to the basement of the main house.
This is the ultimate treehouse experience – but because of this, you should be comfortable with sleeping in a place that is open to the elements (and lacks features like air conditioning).
Also, considering its continued growth in popularity, reservations fill up quickly – so you have to be quick to score a night in this magical place.
2. Little Red Treehouse
Less than thirty minutes from Colorado’s famous Rocky Mountain National Park, the Little Red Treehouse is everything you could want and more. Aside from its close proximity to the Mountain National Park, it’s also just a short drive away from the lively city of Boulder.
Just as the name suggests, the treehouse is a vibrant red color and sits atop the trees creating a truly eye-catching sight.
This is the perfect accommodation for couples looking for a romantic getaway or a duo of friends looking for quick access to a large variety of outdoor activities. While there are two beds, a murphy bed, and a loft, the treehouse has a two-person maximum – so it isn’t fitting for groups.
There are many windows and sliding glass doors that lead out to a balcony for the perfect night of stargazing and peaceful morning watching the sunrise over the mountains.
The hosts go out of their way to ensure that all visitors have everything they need to enjoy their stay and offer plenty of recommendations in the surrounding area.
3. Dreamy Treehouse
Receiving high praise from a slew of travel experts, there is no doubt that a trip to Park City’s Dreamy Treehouse in Utah will be an experience you’ll never forget.
This is the ultimate combination of rustic and modern style that makes every inch of this place as picturesque as it gets.
If you are looking for a secluded getaway, look no further – because this place is so far off the beaten path that you’ll need a 4WD vehicle just to get there. The 3-mile dirt road can cause issues for smaller vehicles, especially in the winter months when the snow gets piled on – but this only adds to the unique experience.
It only gets better, as you approach this adorable treehouse with a completely contact-free check-in. Walk right up the stairs to the front door where you will put in the code sent to you by your host and head inside to a fairytale setting.
The treehouse was built around a 200-year-old fir tree and some of its larger branches make their way in between the walls to really make you feel like you are sleeping amongst the trees (because you are!).
There are more windows than solid walls, so you’ll always have a wonderful view to look at whether you’re sipping coffee in the kitchen or relaxing in the cozy, double bed.
While you’ll feel like you’re living off the grid, you’ll have all the amenities of a regular house – including a full bathroom, kitchen, and reliable wifi.
Make sure you save some time to unwind on the front balcony to watch the sunrise in the morning, partake in a yoga session, and/or watch the stars at night.
Just when you think it can’t get any better, you may get to spot some furry friends l- ike the hosts’ two Aussies, outdoor cats, and frequently roaming moose!
4. Treehouse Canopy Room
Nestled within a tall standing tree, the Treehouse Canopy Room in Miami, Florida is a great way to experience a weekend of simple living. The treehouse might not have the fanciest decor, but it’s a steal for its extremely low rate – and offers everything you could need during your stay.
The double bed is more than comfortable, and the way the treehouse is built around this ancient tree really gives this place a special feel.
It is important to note that this treehouse is completely open to the elements – and mosquitoes are extremely common in the summer months. While the hosts are kind enough to supply mosquito nets and citronella candles for a stress-free slumber, this may not be the place for visitors with a sensitivity to their bites.
On the bright side, this treehouse is located on a working farm – so you’ll have plenty of farm animals to interact with and admire from your balcony. There are even fresh vegetables, honey, and eggs available when the hosts have any to spare – which can be used to cook in the outdoor communal kitchen.
After you’ve had a farm-fresh breakfast, head over to the outdoor shower for a refreshing rinse while listening to the sounds of roosters just a few feet away.
This isn’t a stay for everyone, but it’s perfect for those who like to get out of their comfort zone and spend some quality time in the great outdoors.
5. Tree Dwelling
Enjoy some of the many beauties Maine has to offer right from your window with a stay at this fan-favorite Tree Dwelling treehouse stay in Georgetown. As one of 3 treehouses scattered across the 21-acre property, a stay here provides a perfect getaway filled with peace, quiet, and one-on-one time with nature.
Aside from the views of the thick forest and the animals that live within them, you will also have stellar views of the iconic Five Islands Lobster Co River. You’ll even be able to see how small rivers connect and intertwine with each other.
To make things even better, kayaks are included with the rental – so feel free to paddle down the river at your leisure.
After a busy day exploring some of Maine’s coastal towns and hiking trails, soak in the outdoor hot tub while you gaze at the stars.
The treehouse is made up of two small structures connected by a rope bridge, so you can soak in the hot tub, relax on the screened-in porch, and make breakfast on one side – and sleep in a cozy king-size bed overlooking the river on the other.
For the ultimate experience, try planning your visit during the fall when the leaves are at their peak foliage. Make sure you reserve a night far out in advance – as it tends to book up fast!
6. Tropical Treehouse
Nestled within the Fern Forest of Hawaii, the Tropical Treehouse is the perfect place to spend a romantic getaway with your significant other or enjoy some quality alone time.
You can enjoy the feeling of untouched nature as you walk along the red cinder trail that leads to your treehouse and listen to the sounds of nearby wildlife.
The treehouse stands atop stilts and is surrounded by bamboo, creating your own tropical paradise.
Before you even climb the stairs that lead to the treehouse’s trapdoor, you’ll be welcomed by the large hanging bed that sways around on the ground level.
Take a moment to lay there and soak in all of the natural beauty around you before heading up the stairs to the wraparound patio.
Behind the sliding glass doors, you’ll find a cozy bedroom and full bathroom that are both soaked in natural light thanks to the many large windows.
While there’s no kitchen in this tropical dream rental, there is a coffee machine supplied with local coffee – so you can start your days on the right foot.
Part of what makes this treehouse so special is how environmentally friendly it is, from the use of solar panels for electricity to rainwater for showers. With that in mind, it isn’t the kind of place where you can have a bunch of appliances running at the same time – and the water should not be used for drinking.
Luckily the gracious host has thought of everything – and supplies guests with bottled water to drink, plenty of snacks, and a guide to the best things to do in the area.
Adventurers will be happy to know that Volcano National Park is only 10 miles from this humble abode and there are plenty of other outdoor activities to enjoy within an hour radius.
7. Willow Treehouse
Located just fifteen minutes away from New York’s town of Woodstock, the Willow Treehouse is just about as modern as a treehouse can get – and could even be considered a work of art.
There’s no doubt that the host was able to bring their vision to life, but they couldn’t have done it without the time and dedication of their builder, William Johnson.
The pictures give you an idea of just how incredible the architecture of this place is, but it still manages to be even more impressive in person.
The high ceilings paired with floor-to-ceiling windows make the treehouse feel larger than life, and the upstairs loft provides a cozy place to rest your head.
You’ll probably spend most of your time sitting on the couch next to the roaring fireplace while staring out at the pond and watching for a chance to see wildlife like black bears and deer.
There’s a full kitchen, so you can make a tasty dinner for you and your partner before taking it downstairs to enjoy on the large outdoor patio.
Go for a swim in the pond before hopping into the hot tub and enjoying the view of nearly 30 acres of dense forest.
8. Timber Treehouse
If you’re looking for a secluded weekend tucked away in the forests of North Carolina, look no further than the town of Concord, where you’ll find the lovely Timber Treehouse.
The treehouse is located on a 40-acre farm filled with friendly animals and walking trails that you can explore at your leisure. The hosts even supply a property map in your bedroom so that you can travel with ease.
When you are hanging with the barn animals or their sweet pup Daisy, you can be enjoying some of the property’s other highlights, like their above-ground pool, hot tub, and communal fire pit.
Although there’s no bathroom or kitchen within your treehouse, this would definitely still be considered a perfect glamping experience – since you have access to a heavenly queen-size bed, a Keurig coffee station, and air conditioning. Besides, you can always use the shared, well-stocked farm kitchen that’s just a short walk away from your cozy accommodation.
You will also find two Eco Bathrooms just a short distance from the treehouse, and a private outdoor shower with an endless supply of hot water.
The treehouse also has its own outdoor grill for barbecuing and a private patio, perfect for taking in the views and stargazing.
Treehouse rentals aren’t usually able to accommodate more than two people, but Majestree in Cave Junction, Oregon is the exception to the rule. This spacious treehouse stands nearly 50 feet up in the air and has enough sleeping quarters to accommodate up to 6 people comfortably.
The treehouse has a full bathroom, so you can freshen up as you please – and a kitchenette that is fully stocked with coffee to start your mornings on the right foot.
Although you’re unable to cook a full meal here, the treehouse is actually part of a large establishment – and a short walk to the main lodge will get you a free hot breakfast.
Other on-site amenities include a laundry room, an outdoor pool, a communal fire pit, plenty of barbecue grills, and so much more.
It is important to note that this house is actually built amongst the trees with branches that can be found inside of the bedrooms – which means it’s more susceptible to insect visitors come spring.
There are two ways to enter the treehouse; one is by taking a winding staircase all the way to the top or by using a combination of stairs and drawbridges that first leads to the treehouse’s lower outdoor patio.
10. Treehouse of Serenity
Just a short drive from the iconic Great Smoky Mountain National Park, the Treehouse of Serenity in Asheville, North Carolina offers up way more than just convenience.
This unique accommodation brings a whole new meaning to the word treehouse – and one night here will have you ready to move in for good.
As soon as you drive up to this secluded haven, you’ll fall in love with its charming design – but the best is yet to come. The hosts have gone above and beyond to create a warm environment with personalized touches everywhere you look.
When you’re not admiring the treehouse’s cozy decor, you can be sitting out on the spacious outdoor patio taking in the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains or partaking in a bit of unparalleled stargazing.
The back patio also happens to be positioned perfectly to watch the sunset, and there is no feeling quite like watching the sky transform while sitting back in a rocking chair.
11. Extraordinary Treehouse
It is hard to believe that the Extraordinary Treehouse is located in the bustling city of Dallas, but this is part of what makes it one of Texas’s true hidden gems.
For starters, the treehouse is located in a quiet neighborhood called Little Forest Hills – and the people here are just as nice as the views of White Rock Lake.
You’ll quickly leave the busy streets of Dallas and head out on a gravel path that is fully surrounded by a canopy of trees – where you can park near a footbridge that takes you over Ash Creek and to your fairytale rental.
The detail that went into this build is impeccable – and you won’t find another place that combines a contemporary, Bauhaus style and cozy, rustic charm.
Every room is more breathtaking than the last, and there’s no doubt that you’ll end up spending most of your time in the living room – where almost every wall is made up entirely of windows.
Don’t expect to spend too much time away from this amazing treehouse, as you’ll probably have a hard time pulling yourself from the overly comfortable bed or out of the massive tub overlooking the lush green forest.
This place is just about as romantic as it gets, and it lets visitors feel completely disconnected from the world while also supplying the necessities so that everyone can live comfortably.
All of the descriptions in the world couldn’t do this treehouse enough justice, so do yourself a favor and check out this Airbnb listing. You’ll be amazed by its natural beauty and even more amazed by the fact that there’s usually availability.
It is important to note that the host prefers that this treehouse only be rented by people who are 27 years old and older, but exceptions are made for those willing to send a private message before instant booking.
12. Leaf Treehouse
Another Texas gem is the Leaf Treehouse, which is nestled amongst a family of live ancient oak trees to create your own personal slice of paradise.
The treehouse is located less than ten minutes from the charming city of Fredericksburg, where you can spend hours roaming the adorable Main Street area.
However, you’ll probably have trouble pulling yourself away from the Leaf Treehouse, since it has everything you could need to enjoy a peaceful weekend alone or with your significant other.
As you walk the wooden path that leads up to this dazzling, navy blue treehouse with its hanging lights and wooden accents, you can already tell that you’re in for a treat.
You’ll notice the outdoor patio nestled below the treehouse where you can go to unwind before climbing the outdoor spiral staircase that leads to two different levels.
You will most likely spend most of your time on the first level – where the bedroom is like a dream, the full bathroom boasts accents like artistic tile work, and a cozy reading nook lets you overlook the thick forest that surrounds you.
Don’t forget to head up to the upper deck where you can sit out on the balcony and be fully immersed with nature – and of course, partake in some pretty stellar stargazing. That’s not to mention the deep bathtub located half inside and half out with candles all around to create a true one-of-a-kind experience!
13. Osprey Treehouse
Named after the Osprey sea hawk that watched over your lovely hosts as they put together this build, the Osprey Treehouse is one of those rustic experiences that you’ve always dreamed about and more.
Even though there are 6 other vacation rentals on this gorgeous 30-acre property, you’ll feel completely secluded as the trees create one of nature’s greatest hideaways.
This Washington rental may be small in size, but it’s perfectly compacted to create a comfortable stay for up to 3 people – and has everything you need from a full bathroom to a kitchenette fully stocked with coffee.
Once you park your vehicle, you’ll head up a dirt path that eventually gives way to a charming wooden bridge. This bridge wraps around the large Douglas Fir tree that you’ll also see in the treehouse itself before continuing its climb up to the entrance.
Admire the treehouse’s unique octagonal style as you sit out on the private balcony, and remain on the lookout for some of the diverse wildlife that lives in the area.
The property is located right on the water and provides private access to three scenic coves down by the river – so feel free to wander to your heart’s content.
14. Vineyard Treehouse
It’s not every day that you can say that you spent a night at a vineyard, but this Vineyard Treehouse in California makes it a reality – and it’s even better than you could imagine.
This is the kind of place that you go to when you want to spend quality time outdoors and don’t need a variety of luxuries to enjoy your stay. In another sense, it is more of a glamping experience than a home rental.
Nestled atop towering Douglas Fir trees on the popular Lago Lomita Vineyards, you’ll need to climb a ladder up to this cozy retreat – and will be instantly rewarded with an unobscured view of Monterey Bay.
When you’re not gazing at the stars from your private deck, you can be going for a tour of the vineyard and learning about its rich history with the help of your friendly host.
After you’ve learned how it is all done, take a bottle of their exquisite wine up to your treehouse where wine glasses are already waiting for your enjoyment.
The treehouse has a small kitchenette, wifi, and electricity to plug in your necessities – but there’s no bathroom on-site. However, it’s only a short walk to the main house where you’ll have access to a private full bathroom.
15. San Jose Treehouse
Nestled high atop the foothills of San Jose, California, the San Jose Treehouse is one of the best glamping experiences in the state – and surprisingly, it has frequent availability.
The treehouse is secured with the help of three, giant sycamore trees that make their way into the structure to really make you feel like you’re living amongst the trees.
This lovely stay can accommodate up to 4 guests thanks to the two separate lofts and their comfortable queen size beds.
There’s also a kitchen nook fully stocked with everything you’d need to spend your days within the treehouse – and a full bathroom, so you can freshen up at your leisure. Not to mention the fact that there is a gourmet pizza place right down the road that will deliver a fresh pizza pie right to your doorstep!
Sit out on the private deck for extensive views of the Silicon Valley and a chance to see wildlife like wild turkeys, deer, and coyotes.
16. The Box
Hidden away amongst the treetops of Dundee, Ohio lies one of the most unique treehouse stays you’ll ever set your eyes on – and the price is impossible to beat!
Unlike most treehouse designs, The Box steers away from the usual rustic look and leans towards a simplistic, modern style with personal touches that bring the place to life.
What makes this treehouse really special is the fact that it was built from the shell of a large shipping container – but you’d never be able to tell, considering the extensive detail that went into the build.
The Box has one queen-size mattress, so couples can enjoy a romantic getaway – but there’s also an air mattress available to increase the accommodations for up to four people comfortably.
At the very end of the treehouse is a room made up entirely of windows, so feel free to spend as much time as you’d like admiring the natural wonderland of trees that surround you while keeping your eyes open for any active wildlife that can be found in the area.
When you aren’t relaxing in the living room, you can be sitting outside on the deck next to a cozy fire – while taking in the sights of the star-filled sky at night.
17. Treehouse at Danville
Featured on the Netflix hit series, Most Amazing Vacation Rentals, there’s no question that the Treehouse at Danville is worth taking a trip down to Florida.
Nestled high within two towering oak trees, the yurt-style treehouse stands at fifteen feet in the air – and because of this, it isn’t a child-friendly rental.
However, this is the perfect place to spend time with your significant other or spend some quality time on your own, with plenty of ways to keep you busy.
The host created this treehouse with the hopes of making it one of the most unique rentals in the country – and there’s no denying his success, with its tree trunk elevator, fire-tower staircase, and spacious hot tub created from a jet engine cowling.
While the multi-level treehouse gives the ultimate nature vibes, it is fully stocked with modern amenities like a full bathroom and large flat-screen television.
There are so many different patios to choose from for a night of stargazing – and a tropical tiki bar on the ground level to enjoy a few drinks. Plus, there’s a large fire pit with tree trunk chairs to keep you warm on the occasional chilly night.
18. Majestic Treehouse
Known for being one of the most iconic rentals in South Carolina, a night at the Majestic Treehouse will have you considering living this kind of lifestyle full-time.
The treehouse was built by the father-son duo that lives on the Bolt Farm property who pride themselves on their attention to detail and the use of natural materials.
They cherish their build so much that Seth Bolt, was married on the farm and spent their honeymoon cozying up within the treehouse for a romantic experience they’d never forget.
The breathtaking treehouse has a focus on natural light and the bedroom is the perfect example of that, with a wall made entirely of windows and a window over the king-size bed for stargazing as you fall asleep.
The treehouse also features other highlights like an adorable kitchenette, a fully functioning bathroom, a romantic outdoor patio with a grill for cooking, and a two-person outdoor shower that provides all the privacy you could need to freshen up amongst the trees.
Below the multi-level deck on the ground level is a cozy, hanging bed so visitors can have a unique way to unwind while taking in the sounds of the wildlife that surrounds them.
You’ll find a map of the farm grounds with plenty of walking trails leading to scenic locations like the garden and the Old Plantation Creek, so feel free to wander to your heart’s content.
19. Treetop House
One of ten luxury accommodations, you can’t go wrong with spending the night in any of the Treetop houses and it’s not just because of their close proximity to Utah’s iconic Zion National Park.
Each treetop is designed with the same modern style with rustic accents. The white paneled walls are brought to life by the wooden decor, counters, and window frames.
On the first level of this cozy treehouse are a full bathroom, cozy living room, and a fully stocked kitchenette with a stylish staircase that leads up to the loft-style bedroom, with its queen-size bed and skylight window.
The resort also has yurts and glamping sites available if you’re interested in other kinds of accommodation, but you will have access to the swimming pool and hot tub regardless of where you rest your head.
20. The Birdhouse
Nestled high above the mountains in a Texas town known as Glen Rose, the Birdhouse is as romantic as it gets for couples looking to escape the world or a serene getaway for individuals hoping for some peace and quiet.
Walk up the stairs to a platform that is wrapped around a neighboring tree and take the hanging footbridge to gain access to where you’ll be spending your heavenly nights.
The entrance takes you to the second floor where you’ll find a cozy queen size bed and a private balcony that is perfect for watching Texas’ famous sunsets and admiring a sea of stars come nightfall.
Head downstairs for use of the full bathroom and kitchenette, but don’t expect to find things like televisions or internet access. This is a place to unplug from everyday life and fully immerse yourself in the nature that surrounds you.
If you’re lucky, you may even get a visit from wild turkey, deer, horses, or cattle during your stay.
21. Air Castle
Although not technically a treehouse, the Air Castle deserves a spot on this list for its unique interpretation of treehouse living that happens to include the use of four shipping containers.
The shipping containers are stacked one on top of the other to create 4 interesting places to hang out – and layered decks wrap around and atop of them so there are 5 places to take in the views.
You’ll probably spend most of your time on one of the five balconies since the wildlife is in abundance; common sightings include armadillos, wild hogs, bobcats, hawks, and so much more. If the weather isn’t to your liking, you can always watch the wildlife in action from the wall of windows as you sit back in one of the comfortable recliner chairs.
There are 2 bedrooms to accommodate up to 4 people, an open kitchen with quick access to a deck for a scenic cup of coffee, a full bathroom that’ll knock your socks off, and a massive screened-in porch with a hot tub to end your nights off right.
You really have to see it to believe it – so make sure you go check out the Airbnb listing to see photos of just how amazing this rental truly is, and don’t hesitate to book because this place fills up fast.
22. Serenity Creek Treehouse
Hidden away amongst a canopy forest in Easton, Kansas, the Serenity Creek Treehouse is a great place to unplug and spend some quality time with nature. Part of this is because the extremely limited cell service and spotty internet will not allow you to be dependent on technology to enjoy your time.
But don’t worry; there are plenty of other things to do here – like go for a walk on one of the many hiking trails scattered amongst the 32-acre property.
Along your travels amongst the Hidden Valley Wilderness Retreat, you’ll come across two scenic ponds, plenty of stream crossings, and a chance to spot wildlife.
This treehouse is as secluded as it gets and the keyless entry makes it easy for you to feel completely on your own from start to finish.
A small staircase leads to your dream home for the night, and through its front door, you’ll find a cozy living room area, a kitchenette stocked with coffee, a full bathroom, and a doorway that takes you to a bridge in order to access the north wing – where you’ll find your queen size bed and a half bathroom for a quick place to freshen up.
There’s a small patio perfect for couples along the bridge between the south and north wing, making for a breathtaking place to watch the stars or enjoy a scenic picnic.
23. Lofty Treehouse
Located right along the edge of Lake Eufaula, a night at the Lofty Treehouse is worth booking for the view alone – but its stylish design will have you ready to move in for good.
There’s no denying that this treehouse is one of the best rentals in Oklahoma (if not the country) and its shockingly low price will leave you speechless.
The vibrant yellow theme of the treehouse’s interior is enough to make anyone smile, and personalized touches make the place feel like home.
Feel free to cook in the newly renovated kitchen, unwind by the fire on one of the couches, and hang out on the balcony to watch the stars. Head upstairs to the loft where you’ll find one of the most comfortable beds you’ll ever sleep in – but try not to stay in bed for too long, as there are plenty of things to do on the property.
You’ll have complete access to the property and its many hiking trails – plus, you still have unlimited lake access with complimentary use of kayaks and paddleboards to get out on the water at your leisure.
24. Crystal Peak Lookout
Originally built as the Crystal Peak Lookout in 1959, the fire tower has gone under an extensive remodel to make it one of the most exciting overnight stays in the country.
The lookout is nestled amongst 13 acres of untouched land so you’ll enjoy the endless views of treetops, and if you’re lucky, you may even spot a moose.
You’ll have plenty of time to catch some wildlife in action since the walls are made up entirely of windows on each and every side.
Since you’re ultimately staying in an old fire tower, you won’t have access to a large variety of amenities – but the hosts do a wonderful job of making sure you have everything you need to have a good time.
There’s a small coffee station in the treehouse with local coffee beans that can easily be ground each morning for a delicious cup of pour-over coffee and a wood-fired stove to keep you warm on chilly nights.
On the ground level, you’ll find one of the cleanest outhouses you’ll ever see, a sauna to sweat out the day, and a fire pit to hang out underneath the stars.
The hosts even offer a Winter Wonderland experience during the colder months where you will meet the hosts in town for a cup of hot cocoa before they guide you up to your treehouse in a vintage 1960’s Snowcat.
The Snowcat has large windows so you can take in the views of the snow-covered forest as you make your way up the mountain, and you will be supplied with sleds and snowshoes to enjoy during your stay.
25. Firefly Treehouse
Although this rental is fairly new, it is quickly making a name for itself as it gives visitors the opportunity to channel their inner child while also providing luxuries to create a truly special experience.
The Firefly Treehouse gives you a reason to visit the small town of Elk Point, South Dakota, and will be sure to have you planning trips back for years to come.
The mood is set almost immediately as you walk across a short bridge with a stream running below to the front door of your treehouse.
Once inside, you’ll be welcomed by high, timber-lined ceilings, charmingly rustic decor, and a spacious floor plan.
It’s hard not to love the personalized touches like the hand-painted wardrobe, color-changing electric fireplace, and collection of different style hanging lights.
The king-size bed is heavenly and happens to be located right next to a massive window so you can admire the views before even getting out of bed.
Make yourself a cup of coffee to enjoy on the screened-in porch and a hearty breakfast using the Blackstone grill located on the ground-level patio.
This treehouse can only accommodate up to 2 people but there is a larger rental further out on this 80-acre property that is ideal for families.
26. Tranquil Treehouse
You can easily mistake the Tranquil Treehouse for a work of art – and that’s one of the many reasons it makes the cut as one of the most beautiful Airbnbs in Missouri, let alone the country.
The treehouse was designed to help people to unplug and connect with nature and it succeeds immensely – with its private deck perfect for taking in the sights and red tin roof that can even make a rainy day enjoyable.
The deck is just as large as the treehouse with the hopes that you’ll spend most of your time outdoors and the lake is less than one hundred yards from your front door – so you can make a quick getaway to the water.
The hosts really went above and beyond when it came to the design of this place and there’s no denying it as you admire any of the five stain glass windows, the 6-foot copper Japanese soaking tub, the backsplashes of Mexican tilework, and the use of repurposed materials to create things like countertops.
Even the bedroom uses an old ‘56 Chevy as a bed frame, a set of old suitcases for a nightstand, and a tailgate bench to hold your luggage.
When you’re not watching one of the forty movies the treehouse has on display or listening to Elvis on the antique record player, you can be sitting by a fire pit and gazing at the stars.
The long rope bridge that guides you to this amazing place comes to life at night with string lights and somehow manages to create even more of a fairytale setting.
Enjoy all of this and so much more by making a trip to Eagle Rock, Missouri!
27. Cottage Grove Treehouse
The Cottage Grove Treehouse has earned itself the title of the best Airbnb in Minnesota – and not just because it is the only place with legal rights to rent such a place across the Twin Cities.
Considering its location amongst the trees, it only seems right that the treehouse is made up almost entirely of wood and the interior design combines rustic style with elegant class. Even the chandeliers are made of wood!
There are 7 rooms in total and 4 outdoor decks, so you have plenty of space to relax and take in the views of the dense forest that surrounds you.
The treehouse can accommodate up to 4 people with a queen-size bed in the main bedroom and a standard-size bed tucked away with its own bathroom in the hidden den. You’ll have two fireplaces throughout the treehouse to cozy up next to and plenty of outdoor seating to spend some quality time with nature.
This is one of those places that is so beautiful that it is hard to describe in words. Book a night to see for yourself how unique this rental is and keep your eyes out for the wood-carved old man that lingers somewhere on the walls within.
28. Romantic Treehouse
Open to the public in June of 2020, the Romantic Treehouse became a hit overnight and people began traveling from near and far to Trion, Georgia for a chance to spend the night.
While there are other rentals on the property, the host has dedicated 15-acres to the treehouse alone for the ultimate feeling of seclusion – and there is no denying it as you drive up the long driveway to your home for the weekend.
The interior design was created with an idea to blend contemporary style with southern charm and it is easy to see from the moment you walk in the door.
The large windows on the west side of the treehouse make it easy to admire the views of Pigeon Mountain and the pine forest that engulfs it.
Sliding barn doors will lead you to the cozy queen size bedroom with a screened-in porch, perfect for sipping your morning coffee while listening to the sounds of birds going about their day.
There’s a beautifully modern full bathroom and even a separate laundry room if you need to wash any of your clothes.
You can’t forget about the heated Japanese Ofuro soaking tub on the back deck that can hold up two people and is surrounded by twinkling lights for a romantic evening.
29. Upper Stone Mountain Treehouse
Offering a wheelchair-accessible option so that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy this lovely stay, the Upper Stone Mountain Treehouse has thought of every way to ensure its visitors have an amazing time.
This massive treehouse is structured in a loft style, so the ceilings are higher than you could even imagine and one entire side is made up entirely of windows for truly breathtaking sights.
Whether you’re sitting in the living room by the fireplace or upstairs snuggled up in the king-size bed, you’ll find it hard to pull your eyes away from the endless views of the mountains that surround you.
Things only get better when you step outside onto the deck where you’ll have access to two side-by-side claw foot bathtubs, an outdoor shower, and a private fire pit.
While most pets aren’t allowed on property, there is plenty of room at the pasture if you want to bring your horse along for the ride!
30. The ATL Treehouse
Just fifteen minutes outside of the bustling city of Atlanta, the ATL Treehouse allows for a peaceful safe haven with city amenities never too far away. The treehouse follows a bohemian style and utilizes an open floor plan to create an airy space that makes you feel right at home.
The use of house plants and wooden accents bring nature to life within the treehouse and the spacious outdoor patio is a peaceful place to take in the sights.
Aside from the beauty of the treehouse itself, the hosts boast a variety of talents and offer their skills to enhance your experience even more.
For an additional fee, you can enjoy a three-course meal cooked right in front of you by a celebrity chef, a couples massage right on the property, a private mixology class, and even a violinist with dinner.
As you walk down the stairs that wrap around the 400-year-old oak tree that brings this treehouse to life, be sure to check out the communal hot tub for a relaxing way to gaze at the stars.
There are five tiny homes that are also scattered across the three-acre property which makes it easy to host events here like bachelorette parties and family affairs.