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12 Treehouse Getaways You Can Rent Through Airbnb Right Now

by Jacklyn Krol

A treehouse may seem like a child’s escape to some, however, these Airbnb treehouse rentals prove that they can be a secluded escape.

Some people may be hesitant to travel during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, however, new safety and cleaning measures have been put into place by Airbnb for most listings.

Atlanta, Georgia – $385

This treehouse in Atlanta is the perfect couple’s getaway. It’s so popular that it has a 100% 5-star location rating and an overall 4.94-star rating. Additionally, the listing has become the No. 1 most wish-listed property in the world.

The one-bedroom and one bath escape was featured on The Today Show and Treehouse Master. If the breathtaking views of the forest weren’t enough, it also features a hammock deck. Overall, the house features three rooms that are connected by bridges.

Mountain View, Arkansas – $175

This treehouse oasis sleeps up to 4 guests. The 87Getaway Treehouse sits in the Ozark Forest. The cozy home features a king-sized bed and a full-sized sleeper sofa. Guests will have access to a jacuzzi tub and television for the ultimate vacation. In addition, the patio features a fire pit, grill, fans, and a hammock.

Wahalla, South Carolina – $478

This Wahalla, South Carolina getaway was designed by NEEDTOBREATHE member, Seth Bolt, who grew up on Bolt Farm. The $478 per night treehouse sleeps up to two guests. This rental was named the “Most Popular Airbnb in South Carolina.” The home features heating and airconditioning plus an indoor fireplace. Guests can also purchase the VIP treehouse experience which includes fun activities, treats, keepsakes, ‘luxury smores,’ and a coupon for $100 off your next stay.

Concord, North Carolina – $153

The two-person escape features a hot tub, pool, propane grill, hammock, and fire pit for the ultimate camping experience. The home is surrounded by Pine trees and is located on a 20-acre farm. The location is certainly perfect for those who want to get away and be within minutes from downtown Concord.

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Coventry, Virginia – $284

Have you ever wanted to experience Virginia’s forests and wetlands? This Coventry hideaway is perfect for your vacation for four guests for $284 a night. You will experience a private deck that overlooks a pond. Furthermore, there is an abundance of outdoor activities to enjoy. The home features a hot tub, outdoor grill, walking trails, and you can even bring your canoe or kayak to adventure out on the pond. This is the perfect spot for viewing wildlife, the owners have seen everything from moose to deer, bears, turkeys, owls, otters, and everything in-between. Additionally, cows may even come up and greet you (if you have some grass). Overall, this is the perfect rental for nature and animal lovers.

San Jose, California – $350

This spot in San Jose is set between Sycamore trees. The house has stunning stained glass windows and a spiral staircase. For four people the rental retails for $350 a night. Besides the gorgeous scenery, guests will have access to a garden and private patio with the perfect spots to watch their breathtaking sunsets. Without a doubt, this is a great spot to enjoy nature.

Argyle, New York – $195

Who knew that New York has an off the grid treehouse camping experience? This rents for two guests for $195 a night. This is a true camping experience, there isn’t any electricity, indoor plumbing, or wifi. In addition, you’ll have access to a charcoal grill or outdoor fire pit to grill out. This is undeniably the perfect place to experience nature in New York.

Tiller, Oregon – $182

This isn’t quite a treehouse, but the Summit Prairie Lookout Tower is located in Tiller, Oregon that is forty feet up in the air. Up to four guests can rent this $182 a night property. The house is located off the grid on a 40-acre meadow nestled on 160 acres of private land that is surrounded by the Umpqua National Forest. The tower also features a fire pit, hot tub, vegetable garden, and hammock tree.

Geneva, Florida – $180

This place in Geneva, Florida is only for adults and retails for $180 a night. The home is fifteen feet high and nestled between two oak trees. Aside from the beautiful scenery, it also features an elevator that looks like a tree to get you into the Yurt up in the trees.

Additionally, you’ll be viewing the landscape with a panoramic window and four-foot skylight. Besides the outdoor amenities, you’ll have access to a flat-screen television, Wi-Fi with Netflix and Amazon Prime. Gas grill, fireplace, hot tub, tiki hut. You’ll also have access to a golf cart to travel to Danville through the trails.

For a tip of $10, you can also learn how to milk Pygmy goats at 8:30 A.M. in the barn.

Columbia Falls, Montana – $429

This house in Columbia Falls, Montana can sleep up to four guests for $429 a night. The home has been featured on HGTV, Time, and DIY Network. The two-story treehouse is only 30 minutes away from Glacier National Park. Not to mention that it sits on five acres of forest, there are even two trees growing through the interior. The retreat features a full kitchen and a full bathroom.

Los Gatos, California – $236

How does a vineyard in Los Gatos, California sound? This place is perfect for any couple looking to spend a night in a treehouse for $236 a night. The home features a queen bed that has electricity and WiFi. Similarly, the family also owns a Yurt nearby if you want another type of adventure.

Bellingham, Washington – $117

The Pleasant Bay Lookout accommodates 2 guests for $117 a night. You’ll be able to wake up with a lookout of the Salish Sea. The one-room home features a recliner, sofa, bed, and outside deck. Furthermore, you’ll have an up-close view of animals in nature. You can also partake in recreational activities minutes away at Chuckanut Mountain.