8 of the Best Airbnb Treehouses

For anyone looking to experience something a little different on their next holiday, Airbnb is home to some utterly unique stays and one type of residence that they seem to have in abundance is that of treehouses. These aren’t your average, dad-built treehouses, of course, and are a cut above in every respect. Staying amongst the trees close to nature is about as relaxing as it gets and that’s exactly what you’ll get here.

Check out our pick of 8 of the Best Airbnb Treehouses to book below:

InTown Treehouse, Atlanta, Georgia

The InTown Treehouse in Atlanta, Georgia, has a pleasing Southern nature – understated, calming, and comfortable. Centrally located within the heart of in-town Atlanta, these majestic treehouses are a hidden gem. Featured in many TV shows and magazines including the Today Show, “Treehouse Masters: Ultimate Treehouse IV”, Architectural Digest, Travel + Leisure, Harper’s Bazaar, and a whole host of others, it’s clear to see that there is something truly special about this magical Airbnb listing. What could be better than falling asleep in the trees, surrounded by birds but a mere stone’s throw from Atlanta’s city limits?


Aliyah Off-Grid Treehouse, Germantown, Kentucky

This spectacular Aliya Off-Grid Treehouse in Germantown, Kentucky, is for those wanting the ultimate in remote, off-grid experiences. The treehouse does have electricity, lights, full kitchenette, and back up space heater to ensure your comfort but you’ll be surrounding by nature.

You will stay incredibly cosy courtesy of an inside wood- burning stove and this treehouse is surrounded by some 200 acres of themed trails. What stands it apart is the quiet, seclusion and options for adding on adventures like unique guided tree climbs by the hosts. It has a fully stocked kitchenette inside for cooking up a storm and this is joined by a 3-gallon tank of water, pots and pans, plates, bowls, and utensils. Get to one with nature with this stunning Kentucky based treehouse.


Silicon Valley Treehouse, San Jose

This 250 sq ft Silicon Valley Treehouse in San Jose has stairs leading to 2 lofts with beds which overlook the most mesmerising view of the Silicon Valley that stretches out beyond. This wonderfully welcoming treehouse on Airbnb opens out onto a deck 14 foot high which is situated between three sycamore trees. It boasts a custom made stained glass window and spiral staircase which leads up into the tree. Your stay will include a full functioning bathroom, kitchenette with sink , cooking stove and mini fridge. It might not be one of the most rural treehouses on the list but it does offer some unbeatable views, that’s for sure.


The Tree Cabin, West Yorkshire, UK

The heated Tree Cabin in West Yorkshire, UK, is nestled within a small secluded wood reached via a steep path. It is cedar lined, insulated and oak clad and it cantilevers out over a remote mill pond which will be great for cooling off during the hot summer months in Yorkshire. You can wake up in utter tranquility which is only shared with shy wildlife, including deer, hare, the occasional badger and an array of birdlife. Inside the cabin, you’ll find a king-size sofa bed, table and chairs, kitchen area with kettle, microwave oven and chiller. Your own smaller tree cabin, a few trees away, houses a flushing toilet and hand basin with spring water.


Sacred GeomeTree House, Montezuma, Costa Rica

One of the most tropical on the list, this Sacred GeomeTree House in Montezuma, Costa Rica, is a real sight to behold and offers jungle living at its finest. The design is based on sacred geometry located on an active organic farm. This structure is truly in the trees, not just on stilts. It consists of four rustic open air structures: the Awarenest – a separate 360 view deck 9m (30ft) high, the Bedroom Pod – with hanging bed, desk, northern view of the mountains and half bath with suspended bridge to full Kitchen Pod both at 4.5m (15ft) high and lastly a separate bathroom/shower pod at 3m (12ft). Basically a jungle farm wildlife adventure.


Treehouse + Cabin Retreat, Durham, Canada

This is an adult only unique boutique retreat which is nestled on 100 acres of land in the quiet countryside but just two hours north west of Toronto. It comes with plenty of outdoor dining areas, pool, pool lounge areas, 100 acres walking trails, fire pits, firewood, kitchenettes so you can truly enjoy your stay in a unique setting and property. It is one of Airbnb’s most relaxing and rejuvenating unique places to stay. If you are seeking a quiet place to unplug and recharge your own batteries, this is definitely the one for you. It takes glamping to a whole new level of luxury and when you spend the night here, you certainly won’t be roughing it.


Danville Treehouse, Geneva, Florida

Definitely one of the most visually arresting picks in our list, the Danville Treehouse in Geneva, Florida, has a tree trunk elevator, private shower, air-conditioning, and real toilet. This 18 foot yurt has impressive and eye-catching accent lighting to deliver the mood of living in the trees on a starry night. Great for cooking up a storm, you can bring a steak for the grill and then spend the evening at the fire pit with plenty of craft beers for company.

It boasts a panoramic window, four foot skylight, 14 feet ceiling, and a full bath with bidet so there is certainly no sense of slumming it here. You’ll sleep on a queen-size Murphy bed which does a great job of making the space a big living area during the day and a relaxing bedroom at night. The room has a large flat screen satellite tv and high-speed Wi-Fi with Netflix and Amazon and on the upper deck there is a swing chair and table that overlook the entire property. On the yurt deck you will find a gas grill, gas fireplace and seating for four.


Sanctuary Treehouse, Asheville, North Carolina

The Sanctuary Treehouse is built on an 8-acre plot of land but is just 10 minutes from downtown Asheville. This breathtaking treehouse is within easy driving distance of restaurants, grocery stores, and the local visitor centre. In addition to this treehouse, the owners are currently building 4 additional treehouses, as well as an underground hobbit-like home so there will be plenty of other guests to mingle with in the not too distant future. You can take in the rustic, fairy tale vibe of this custom-made treehouse which is nestled the midst of towering white oaks. Sit back and relax in a rocking chair and watch the sunset over the mountains, or try your hand at some stargazing from the comfort of the deluxe double bed.

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