Treehouse hotels are a thing and your inner child is screaming and jumping with joy. That’s right, you can spend your vacation sleeping and lounging in a hotel room away from the world, made of wood and up in the trees. Privacy, nature, quietness — you got it all. So basically time to start planning your next trip?
Let’s take a look at treehouse hotels all over the US!
Tree House at Post Ranch Inn. Big Sur, CA
At Post Ranch Inn, you’ll get a private deck, in-suite dining, and a king bed. Luxury in a treehouse. The price is pretty steep at $1,500 a night. It’s so nice you can even get married here!
Tree House Point. Issaquah, Washington.
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This picturesque beauty has some last minute availability on May 21st and 22nd.🍃 . Nestled in the trees and with a bird theme inside, the Nest lives up to it’s name! 🌲 . To make your booking, fill out the form linked in our story. ✨ . We hope to see you in the trees soon! . #treehousegoals #treehousepoint #treehousemasters #treehouse #treehouses #getaway #staycation #forest #lush #nature #greenery #getbacktonature #tinyspaces #beinatreehouse #beinatree #petenelson #thenesttreehouse
Another treehouse lodging that offers a variety of activities like cryotherapy and tai chi! The website won’t even give you price so $$$$$$$$$$.
Winvian Farms. Morris, Connecticut
Ok, the price range is way more attainable for these treehouses starting at $499 a night! Winvian Farms offers wine tasting, girls’ weekends and you can even bring your dog! For $80.
Luxury Montana Treehouse Retreat. Columbia Falls, Montana
Double-decker treehouse for $315 a night? We’re doing better! This treehouse is located at the gateway to Glacier National Park so the views are to die for! It’s a great spot for fishing, whitewater rafting, horseback riding or rock climbing.
Whispering Wood Treehouse Ridgedale, Missouri
Whispering Woods in Missouri is a treehouse cabin with a deck that you can rent for as little as $150 a night depending on when you go. It’s located on Branson Cedars Resort and it’s super close to the Ozarks Wilderness making it great for exploring!