When it comes to treehouses, there’s really no age limit. We can all agree – they’re awesome. There are quite a few fantastic treehouses you could actually stay in. Or, you could embrace your inner child by building your own. It’s a cheaper living option and you could make some good money by renting it too!
For starters, if you’re planning to build your own amazing treehouse, you should know what you’re aiming for. You could start by staying at one of these fantastic treehouses – it might not be the cheapest option to rent, but if it’s a once-in-a-lifetime occasion, it’s totally worth it! These treehouses look like something out of a fantasy:
The owner, Pete Nelson, has been building treehouses for 20 years. He’s offering workshops on how to build your own treehouse too. Treehouse Point, located 30 minutes outside of Seattle features six cozy forest getaways, perfect for various events (imagine celebrating your wedding there!).
Staying at this place includes breakfast – it’s easy to imagine what it’s like waking up in this place…
Treehouse Above San Francisco Bay
The location of this treehouse is perfect – you’ll get the bay view, 20 minutes away from San Francisco. It’s easy to paint a picture of how awesome it would be to stay there – the sound of rustling leaves, birds chirping and the morning sun shining trough the leafs.
It’s an ideal place for both – serene solitude and a romantic getaway for two. You’ll get to enjoy the sunset or sunrise with a beautiful view of the San Francisco Bay from the wrap-around deck.
Secluded Intown Treehouse
In 2016 it’s been rated Airbnb’s #1 Most Wished-for Listing Worldwide! This Secluded Intown Treehouse offers a suite of three beautifully furnished rooms set amongst the trees.
With its rope bridges and fairy lights, it looks too good to be true. It’s not the cheapest Airbnb option (from $350), but imagine how much money you could make by building something similar.
Moose Meadow Lodge & Treehouse
Part of the Moose Meadow Lodge, a B&B in Waterbury, Vermont, this treehouse perfectly combines nature and luxury. The magical New England getaway is situated by the pond at Moose Meadow, so the view is as spectacular as the house itself.
Cypress Valley Canopy Tours
Outside of Austin, Texas, you could rent one of these four treehouses and sign up for a zip line canopy tour of the valley.
Treehouses are mostly about peace and quiet, but if your idea of relaxation includes action, this might be the place for you. You’ll get a bit of both by staying overnight, sleeping soundly amongst the Cypress trees.
Treehouse Canopy: Permaculture Farm
This treehouse is an urban oasis with the perks of a permaculture farm. For $65 on weekends, you’ll get to stay in this super cool place and enjoy the company of farm animals (fresh veggies, eggs, and honey included).
Located in ‘Little Haiti’, 15 minutes from the airport and South Beach, this treehouse gives off this hippy vibe you might be looking for.
White Lotus – Tree House & Skywalk
In addition to your peaceful stay, this 21-acre farm retreat offers various activities to choose from. From tour making of Organic Gardens to canoeing on the pond – staying there would refresh your nature instincts and help you recharge from all the city noise.
This place accommodates two people (imagine star-gazing with your special someone – how romantic is that?)
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