Treehouses are no longer just a fixture of youthful fantasy. Thanks to some creative (and daring) designers, sturdy trees, and the modern convenience of Airbnb, there are a number of spots around the world where you can swap the plain jane hotel for an epic treehouse on your next trip. These are the most epic treehouses on Airbnb.
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Treehouse Canopy Room at Miami permaculture farm
This one bedroom, one bath treehouse is located on a permaculture farm in the heart of Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood, offering a relaxing step away from the hecticness of the city. As a bonus, you get to enjoy fresh fruits and veggies from the farm during your stay.
Pleasant Bay Lookout
This private room in a treehouse could be the ultimate getaway for your next mountain vacation. The treehouse offers the perfect view of Pleasant Bay from the side of Chuckanut Mountain. Access to the host’s home is easy for bathroom and kitchen use.
Treehouse Blue Mountains
Bilpin , NSW, Australia
This one’s not for the budget traveler, but if you’re down to shell out for a night of luxury, the views are as rewarding as the amenities. The rustic decor is complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows, a hot tub, and easy access to both a rainforest and two Australian National Parks.
Secluded Intown Treehouse
You may have seen this one before, for good reason — this awesome accommodation has been featured on the Today Show and Treehouse Masters. This raised lodging offers one bedroom and two additional furnished rooms and is easily accessed from downtown Atlanta.
Take in the stunning island and lush jungle vistas of Bali from above the trees in this one-bedroom, one-bath treehouse. It even has an onsite pool you can take advantage of.
Treehouse with panoramic views
Cost: $240 per night
Few places have more stunning trees than Olympia, Washington, and by actually staying in one, you’re undoubtedly putting yourself at one of the best vantage points in the Pacific Northwest. Sleep among the old-growth cedar without sacrificing comfort — this two-story treehouse has a bathroom down below and a cozy patio for an after-hike beverage. A good thing, as the Olympics are all around you.
Le Nid d’Elfe (The Elf Nest)
Saint-Calixte, Quebec, Canada
This treehouse sleeps five people in three beds, and comes decked out with roped bridge to make you feel like a pirate on the lookout. It’s also an ideal base for outdoor activities just outside of Montreal.