Climb Into One of These Dreamy Treehouse Rentals

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Atlanta Treehouse

Nestled into the heart of bustling Atlanta is this charming treehouse, built by environmentalist and photographer Peter Bahouth. This romantic getaway is made up of three treehouses connected by swinging bridges. The bed slides out on a platform for better views of the tree canopy. In January 2016, it was Airbnb's most wish-listed listing. 

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Treehouse Point
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Treehouse Point, Seattle

Treehouse Point is a private bed and breakfast that features six treehouses and a cozy lodge on four acres in the forest near Seattle. The resort offers wedding packages in addition to a restful getaway, and yoga and hydrotherapy. Plan early, though; they book for weekends 60 days in advance.

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Treehotel's Mirrorcube
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Treehotel, Sweden

Sweden has some of the prettiest and most unique accommodations around, and Treehotel is a perfect example. The resort features seven unique treehouse rooms, ranging from a spaceship to a bird's nest. But the Mirrorcube is simply stunning, reflecting the gorgeous wooded views that surround it while offering simple but modern accommodations inside. 

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Augerville la Rivère, France
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Augerville la Rivère, France

This treehouse is one of three you can rent near in Augerville la Rivère, about an hour outside of Paris. Not only are there fabulous views, but guests can relax in the sauna, enjoy a massage and dine on meals made with fresh, local, seasonal foods. If you want to venture out, the castle of Augerville is less than a mile away.


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Free Spirit Spheres
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Free Spirit Spheres, Vancouver

In the forests of Vancouver, British Columbia, hang three cozy orbs that make up Free Spirit Spheres. Each sphere comfortably accommodates one or two people with large windows for gazing at the treetops and watching wildlife.

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Post Ranch Inn treehouse view from porch
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Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California

These treehouses are one of several types of accommodations at Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California. Built on stilts nine feet off the ground, each tree house features a skylight for stargazing from the king-sized bed. 

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Stilts Backpacker Lodge
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Stilts Backpacker Lodge, Kenya

For those wanting a little adventure with their treetop slumber, Stilts Backpackers in Kenya is set in a lush tropical rainforest a short hike away from the Indian Ocean. There are four simple cottages and three treehouses. Each treehouse has it's own veranda cooled by the sea breezes, and the monkeys and Red-Bellied Coast Squirrels, among other wildlife, will keep you entertained.

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Temple Treehouse, Oahu
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Temple Treehouse, Oahu

Temple Treehouse is one of three at Treehouse Vacation in Oahu, Hawaii. This two-story treehouse overlooks Sunset Beach and sits on a two-acre property filled with fruit trees like mango, papaya and avocado. Bicycles, surfboards, paddle boards and snorkel gear are included in the rental. 

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Treehouse Cottages
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Treehouse Cottages

Treehouse Cottages offer four treehouse cottages in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, that were hand-built by owners Terry and Patsy Miller and tucked into a 33-acre pine forest. These cottages have heart-shaped hot tubs, fireplaces, Tiffany chandeliers and a wrap-around deck for a rustic feel combined with luxurious comfort. Perfect for adding a little romance to your getaway.

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Chairs on treehouse deck overlooking view into
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Tongabezi Lodge

The treehouse at Tongabezi in Zambia is set on a pine deck in three Ebony trees overlooking the Zambezi River. The open front facade offers fantastic views no matter where you are, even if you're soaking in the romantic claw-foot tub. 

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Treehouse in Costa Rica
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Tree House Lodge

A wooden suspension bridge leads to the front door of the Tree House Lodge in Costa Rica. All of the furniture in this split-level house is hand-carved from sustainable wood. With a bedroom and bath upstairs and two more bedrooms on the main floor, this treehouse is perfect for either a family or a romantic getaway for two. 

By Lisa Kaylor on 12/27/2016

Treehouses offer a unique stay when you really want to get away from it all, bringing you back to nature in a way few retreats can.

Some are luxuriously ultra-modern, while others offer a rustic, simple stay with an up-close view of local wildlife. All offer stunning views of their surroundings from high perches. Whatever your ideal vacation, there is likely a treehouse to fit your style. Let the breezes gently rock you to sleep and the night creatures sing you a lullaby in one of these gorgeous treehouse hotels.