From a midcentury modern retreat in Aptos to a lush rainforest hideaway in Volcano, Hawaii, get a bird’s‑eye view from your very own treehouse.
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Luxurious Secluded Romantic Treehouse with Hot Tub
Rating 4.99 out of 5; 497 reviews4.99 (497)
Treehouse in Old Fort, North Carolina
Hidden in the woods near Old Fort — one of North Carolina’s tiny mountain towns — this treehouse’s illuminated swinging bridge makes you feel like you’re stepping into a fairy tale. Once inside, the fireplace and baked goods prepared by the Host will make it hard to leave. But if you hike the nearby Catawba Falls trail, reward your muscles with a long soak in the piping-hot outdoor tub.
Peaceful Treehouse with Ocean View
Rating 4.91 out of 5; 402 reviews4.91 (402)
Treehouse in Aptos, California
Perched in a forested valley just outside Santa Cruz, this two-story treehouse with midcentury modern details is an architect’s dream. The panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows and gentle breezes seeping through Japanese screen doors create the sensation of floating atop tree canopies. If you’re feeling inspired to explore the forest from ground level, there are 40 miles of hiking trails that will bring you up close to old-growth redwoods.
Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest
Rating 4.95 out of 5; 934 reviews4.95 (934)
Treehouse in Atlanta, Georgia
When it comes to urban escapes, few can compete with this string-lit Atlanta treehouse rising 15 feet above ground in a 80-year-old bamboo forest. Bonus: It’s on a working animal rescue farm, so no need to set an alarm (the roosters will handle that). Surrounded by bamboo, it’s easy to forget you’re in the middle of Atlanta where you can get breakfast delivered to you in your swinging rope bed.
Peaceful Rainforest Treehouse Retreat
Rating 4.92 out of 5; 603 reviews4.92 (603)
Treehouse in Volcano, Hawaii
Discover your own rainforest oasis at this plant-filled treehouse in Volcano, a place aptly named as the gateway town to Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. Fix a cup of Kona coffee from the home’s well-stocked bar to sip while strolling through the Hapu’u tree fern-lined garden filled with vibrant tropical flowers. For fresh Hawaiian food, head into town, where there’s a farmers’ market every day of the week.
Rating 4.95 out of 5; 652 reviews4.95 (652)
Treehouse in Olympia, Washington
Popular with urbanites of the Pacific Northwest looking to get away, this rustic treehouse calls 14 acres of wetlands its backyard. The lofted aerie is built around the base of a cedar, so you can literally touch the tree’s trunk from your bed. There are myriad ways to appreciate the flora here, but the outdoor cedar shower house — with glass ceilings showcasing the tree canopies above — is unbeatable.
Lovely Treehouse in the Woods next to Stream
Rating 4.98 out of 5; 599 reviews4.98 (599)
Treehouse in Hardwick, Vermont
This quirky streamside treehouse in Hardwick, nestled among 20 acres of maple trees, offers an idyllic setting for discovering the Vermont countryside. Cell phone reception is scanty, giving you a foolproof excuse to completely disconnect. Trade laptops and phones for board games and long chats by the fireplace, and take advantage of the well-stocked kitchen to cook up pancakes using Vermont’s famous maple syrup provided by the Host.
The Canopy Treehouse, a Luxury Carbon Free Retreat
Rating 4.91 out of 5; 379 reviews4.91 (379)
Treehouse in Sanford, Maine
You won’t need to sacrifice comfort at this eco-friendly treehouse near Sanford, a small city in Maine lined with historic buildings from its days as a mill town. Every design detail here is intentional — the floors have been crafted from century-old reclaimed pine, and the sleeping loft doubles as a cozy reading nook. For dinner, catch your own trout from the pond on the property’s private fishing dock.
Ultra-Luxury Treehouse ~ Cable Bridge & Waterfall
Rating 4.99 out of 5; 401 reviews4.99 (401)
Treehouse in Adirondack, Remsen, New York
A 80-foot suspension bridge is just one of many surprises at this luxury treehouse nestled at the edge of Adirondack Park in upstate New York. From the extravagant 1920s-inspired living room, look out the two-story windows onto the property’s mesmerizing waterfall. If you do venture outside, start your day with a serene morning meditation next to the pond, where a frog might greet you with a good morning ribbit.
Sanctuary - Earth & Sky Dwellings
Rating 4.98 out of 5; 620 reviews4.98 (620)
Treehouse in Asheville, North Carolina
After a day spent exploring Downtown Asheville’s busy streets of galleries, restaurants, and Art Deco architecture, this rustic treehouse 10 minutes away offers a nice change of pace. Custom-built by its Hosts, this sanctuary contains thoughtful touches in every corner, like local coffee and string lights hanging by the firepit outside. Come nighttime, drift off to the view of infinite stars expanding across the sky through the bedroom window.
Pleasant Bay Lookout (epic sea view + hot tub)
Rating 4.95 out of 5; 1,369 reviews4.95 (1369)
Private room in treehouse in Bellingham, Washington
Simplicity is key at this modern treehouse set on a cliff in Chuckanut, where land meets sea in perfect harmony, 90 minutes from Seattle. What the home lacks in size, it makes up for with big views of turquoise-blue Pleasant Bay, whose waves you can hear lapping onto shore. When you manage to get out of bed, nearby trails lead down to the beachfront (where whale sightings are common).
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Treehouse in Branson
NEW Tree+House at Indian Point | Amazing Lake View
If a treehouse tugs at your imagination, you’re not alone. From a tiny, cozy space all to yourself among the trees, nothing can disturb your peace — just the sound of raindrops hitting the rooftop or birds singing nearby.
Meet three Airbnb Hosts who can help fulfill your childhood treehouse fantasies with their sky-high homes. Fall asleep next to a living oak tree in a homey cabin in rural England, catch the sunrise over rice paddies from a glass house in Bali, or wake up to a bird’s-eye view of the forest near artsy Huasca de Ocampo, Mexico. Get ready to embrace your inner tree hugger at one of these aeries.