3 US Treehouse Airbnbs That Feel Like Treehomes
When someone mentions treehouses, your mind probably drifts to rustic wooden structures from your childhood before you remember that renovated treehouses have become a major trend in the accommodation world. Treehouse Airbnbs, for example, are a dime a dozen, but some manage to be both cozy and spacious, rustic and well-appointed. They’re what you might call “treehomes.” Three of the most welcoming treehouse Airbnbs that are currently available to rent in the US are located in North Carolina and Oregon — two places where staying in the woods is a rustic and relaxing rite of passage.
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Treehouse Airbnb #1: Treehouses of Serenity, Asheville, North Carolina
Currently listed under the name “Sanctuary—Earth & Sky Dwellings,” this large treehouse Airbnb only has one bedroom, but it’s the size of a small cabin, meaning there’s enough room for four people if you’re willing to get a little bit creative. The best part is that the rental is located on a forested 16-acre plot just 10 minutes outside of downtown Asheville, so it’s your choice whether you want to take advantage of the treehouse’s kitchenette or get to know Asheville’s restaurant scene during your stay. Just make sure to carve out some quiet time for the patio.
Price per night: $348
Treehouse Airbnb #2: Raven Rock Treehouse, Fletcher, North Carolina
Raven Rock Treehouse is about the size you’d imagine for a treehouse that can sleep two guests — it’s billed as a one bedroom but looks more like a studio — although it’s probably higher up than you’d expect, with a spiral wooden staircase leading to the rental that makes the whole experience feel like an adventure on a 40-acre property around the Eastern Continental Divide. Fletcher, North Carolina, is located about 15 miles south of Asheville.
Price per night: $126
Treehouse Airbnb #3: Heartland Treehouse Oregon, Langlois, Oregon
The dual patios at Heartland Treehouse Oregon alone prove that it’s a dream treehouse — the one outside of the bedroom comes with a fire pit, and the larger patio below the housing structure has two side by side tubs for literal forest bathing sessions. The location is also hard to beat. Heartland Treehouse Oregon is tucked away on Langlois Mountain on Oregon’s southern coast, roughly 1.5 hours north of the California border. Built between two ferns above a river canyon and near a soothing waterfall, the Airbnb has one bedroom and sleeps two people.
Price per night: $240