32 Amazing Treehouses You Can Actually Rent, From Luxury to Rustic



Slide 1 of 33: Suspended in treetops and canopied in leafy branches, a treehouse is just so much dreamier than a regular old street house (Shel Silverstein said it best in Where the Sidewalk Ends). Now, your childhood dream of staying in a totally tricked-out treehouse with can come true. From luxury hotels to affordable Airbnbs, we rounded up 32 treehouse rentals around the world. Surrounded nature, these cozy, lofty treehouse are made for secluded escapes. Whether you're looking to stay in a sleek treehouse with modern amenities or a rustic treehouse for an off-the grid experience, each lofted home promises breathtaking views. Read on to book your dream treehouse rental. Just be sure to follow local safety measures if you plan on traveling during the ongoing pandemic.
Slide 2 of 33: Reminiscent of something out of Disney's Swiss Family Robinson, this quaint little Airbnb treehouse is perfect for anyone looking for a quiet, unique place to stay while visiting France. This little hut overlooks a beautiful view of the countryside.BOOK NOW La Cabane Perchée
Slide 3 of 33: Stay 26 feet above the ground at La Piantata, a high-end Italian bed and breakfast in rolling countryside of Arlena di Castro. Guests lucky enough to book this room climb a winding staircase for a scenic view of the olive grove.Shop Now La Piantata
Slide 4 of 33: This secluded treehouse is perched above 600 acres of private wilderness in Australia's Blue Mountains. Meant for adults, the treehouse features a queen-sized bed, fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of Bowen's Creek Gorge. Shop Now Treehouse Blue Mountains

Slide 5 of 33: Take your fantasy of living in a cabin in the woods to new heights with a stay at this stunning, two-story treehouse retreat at the gateway to Glacier National Park in Montana. The wintry getaway is ideal for outdoor adventurers, and the spacious digs welcome you back from a day of activity with a full kitchen and bathroom.Shop Now Montana Treehouse Retreat
Slide 6 of 33: Don't worry about packing snacks. Guests of this popular Airbnb rental in Indonesia can roam the garden and pick fresh coconuts, papayas, and passion fruit during their island escape.Shop Now Balian Treehouse
Slide 7 of 33: Perched on a hill in San Jose, this gorgeous treehouse overlooks Silicon Valley. A winding staircase leads to the 250-square-foot rustic house with all the amenities you could need. You'll want to spend your stay relaxing on the deck between three sycamore trees.Shop Now San Jose Treehouse
Slide 8 of 33: If you want a more low-key treetop experience, book your stay at this Airbnb. It features midcentury modern interiors, a spacious living area, and a panoramic window that overlooks a lake. It's only fifteen minutes outside of Woodstock, New York, too, so you'll be able to explore the cute downtown area while you're here.BOOK NOW Willow Treehouse
Slide 9 of 33: Standing 40 feet above the ground and surrounded by the gorgeous Umpqua National Forest, this off-the-grid escape in southern Oregon is truly something out of a dream. Guests enjoy modern essentials like hot and cold running water, a working stove and oven and a wood-fired, spring-fed hot tub, all while reveling in the seclusion of the mountains.Shop Now Summit Prairie Lookout Tower

Slide 10 of 33: This is clearly not your average treehouse. A part of Camp Wandawega, the three-story tiny house includes multiple swings and and a library, along with other cool surprises.Shop Now Camp Wandawega Cabins
Slide 11 of 33: At the Treehotel in Harads, Sweden, you can choice from six different contemporary tree rooms located right in the middle of nature. The Mirrorcube includes its own rooftop terrace.Shop Now The Mirrorcube
Slide 12 of 33: Here's an excellent excuse to hop across the pond. This dreamy Scottish cottage overlooks an incredibly scenic loch and has hosted hundreds of weddings (it's easy to see why!).Shop Now Treehouse on Loch Goil
Slide 13 of 33: Fulfill your childhood dreams with this forest fantasy in Atlanta, Georgia, which is one of the most popular Airbnb rentals of all time. The bedroom, living room, and deck are all connected by swinging rope bridges.Shop Now Secluded Intown Treehouse
Slide 14 of 33: Sci-fi geeks will love staying in this towering hotel room in Sweden, even if they won't be sharing the space with extra-terrestrial guests.Shop Now The UFO

Slide 15 of 33: Inspired by the castle of Dordogne nearby, this elegant treehouse in France certainly seems fit for royalty. It boasts a moat and wooden footbridge that leads to a spacious interior courtyard.Shop Now Châteaux Dans Les Arbres
Slide 16 of 33: There's luxury camping—or glamping—and then there's this. With 12 luxury tents overlooking acres of Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve, Mahali Mzuri is truly incredible. Book your trip to sync up with the annual Great Wildebeest Migration if you can.BOOK NOW Mahali Mzuri
Slide 17 of 33: This rustic treehouse home in the Hudson Valley is tucked beneath a canopy of trees, making it a prime location for enjoying fall foliage. Only those game for a true off-the-grid experience will want to brave this lofty escape—there’s no electricity, heat or Wi-Fi—but the beauty of nature is an ideal source of entertainment.Shop Now Whispering Wind Treehouse
Slide 18 of 33: A woman went off the grid for three years to build her dream home. The result? A multi-level bungalow where you can sleep next to birds and monkeys. Shop Now Huge Treehouse in the Jungle
Slide 19 of 33: Head to Pacuare Lodge for adventures in the Central American rainforest, romance, and true seclusion. When we say this place will get you far off the beaten path, we aren't kidding: It's only accessible by raft or cable car. It's eco-friendly and sustainable in every way imaginable. You can lay low and recharge under the canopy of trees and spend your time at the spa with specialized, locally-inspired treatments, or you can get your adrenaline pumping with rainforest adventures like white water rafting and zip-lining.BOOK NOW Pacuare Lodge
Slide 20 of 33: Nestled in the lush woods on Whidbey Island, just one hour north of Seattle, this getaway is built around a cedar tree, letting guests reside 13 feet above ground. The spacious, covered deck is guaranteed to be your favorite spot, with full-circle views of the surrounding trees and wildlife such as deer, owls, and eagles.Shop Now Octagon Tree Home
Slide 21 of 33: Head to Winvian Farm when you want to reach peak happiness. It has 18 lovely cottages sprinkled around the property, which sits in the Litchfield Hills, Connecticut. Each one is unique, boasting a different style and feel—from rustic to 18-century luxury, full-on kitsch, and country charm. Perched up in your treehouse, you'll be surrounded by nothing but the soothing sounds of nature.BOOK NOW Winivan Farm
Slide 22 of 33: What looks like a cuckoo clock perched in wooded Missouri wine country is actually a charming, off-the-grid treehouse home where guests can enjoy an upscale camping experience. Wineries, distilleries, and breweries are all within reach for daytime activities.Shop Now Treehouse at The Hermitage
Slide 23 of 33: Romance is in the air in this Italian treehouse that looks out on the gorgeous Tuscan landscape. The views might even beat out the actual villa from 'Under The Tuscan Sun.'Shop Now TREEhouse/casaBARTHEL
Slide 24 of 33: Stay in this Missouri cabin nestled amongst five pine trees, and you might have a chance to attend one of the hosts' drum circles or potlucks. It's serious inspiration for that tiny house you've been dreaming of building.Shop Now Two-Story Treehouse
Slide 25 of 33: Deep within a jungle landscape is this rustic treehouse, which offers a secluded place to truly get away from it all. The quirkiest feature of the home? The swinging bed suspended from the living space (which is way cooler than a porch swing). Less adventurous types will sleep soundly in the bedroom, which faces a wall of windows.Shop Now Dreamy Tropical Treehouse
Slide 26 of 33: Live like the birds for one night at this truly memorable hotel in Sweden. The nest-shaped room can actually sleep four people.Shop Now Bird's Nest
Slide 27 of 33: In the woods of Middle Grove, New York, visitors can climb a winding staircase to this cozy, treetop cabin. It's outfitted with an outdoor kitchen, full bath, fire pit, and deck that's ideal for overlooking the surrounding greenery.Shop Now Adirondack Treehouse Retreat
Slide 28 of 33: This elevated abode gets its name from its unique two-wing layout that also allows it to fit between the surrounding trunks perfectly.Shop Now Dragonfly
Slide 29 of 33: This tiny Vermont cabin comes complete with modern amenities, including a custom-built cedar hot tub. The owners are treehouse enthusiasts, who have several available for rent nearby.Shop Now Vermont Tree Cabin
Slide 30 of 33: This sturdy cedar structure is located just 30 minutes from downtown Chicago. Perched 15 feet above ground, the treehouse overlooks an enchanting backyard garden, complete with a waterfall and koi pond. Inside, guests are treated to air conditioning as well as a fireplace.Shop Now Enchanted Garden Treehouse
Slide 31 of 33: Not all treehouses blend in with nature—this vacation rental in Sweden looks made for Instagram with a bright red paint job.Shop Now The Blue Cone
Slide 32 of 33: You have to climb a hundred steps just to get to it, but it's worth the journey. This 250 square-foot apartment in Haleiwa, Hawaii, looks like it's straight out of Tarzan.Shop Now Sunset Beach Treehouse Bungalow
Slide 33 of 33: Central Vermont is graced with the Green Mountain National Forest, and this elevated abode embraces the area's natural beauty. The log cabin–style house overlooks a beaver pond and sits in close proximity to Killington and Sugarbush resorts, where avid skiers can hit the slopes.Shop Now The Beaver Pond Treehouse

Suspended in treetops and canopied in leafy branches, a treehouse is just so much dreamier than a regular old street house (Shel Silverstein said it best in Where the Sidewalk Ends). Now, your childhood dream of staying in a totally tricked-out treehouse with can come true. From luxury hotels to affordable Airbnbs, we rounded up 32 treehouse rentals around the world. Surrounded nature, these cozy, lofty treehouse are made for secluded escapes. Whether you’re looking to stay in a sleek treehouse with modern amenities or a rustic treehouse for an off-the grid experience, each lofted home promises breathtaking views. Read on to book your dream treehouse rental. Just be sure to follow local safety measures if you plan on traveling during the ongoing pandemic.

La Cabane Perchée Treehouse

Reminiscent of something out of Disney’s Swiss Family Robinson, this quaint little Airbnb treehouse is perfect for anyone looking for a quiet, unique place to stay while visiting France. This little hut overlooks a beautiful view of the countryside.

BOOK NOW La Cabane Perchée

Rural Treehouse

Stay 26 feet above the ground at La Piantata, a high-end Italian bed and breakfast in rolling countryside of Arlena di Castro. Guests lucky enough to book this room climb a winding staircase for a scenic view of the olive grove.

Shop Now La Piantata

Wilderness Treehouse

This secluded treehouse is perched above 600 acres of private wilderness in Australia’s Blue Mountains. Meant for adults, the treehouse features a queen-sized bed, fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of Bowen’s Creek Gorge.

Shop Now Treehouse Blue Mountains

Double Decker Treehouse

Take your fantasy of living in a cabin in the woods to new heights with a stay at this stunning, two-story treehouse retreat at the gateway to Glacier National Park in Montana. The wintry getaway is ideal for outdoor adventurers, and the spacious digs welcome you back from a day of activity with a full kitchen and bathroom.

Shop Now Montana Treehouse Retreat

Bali Treehouse

Don’t worry about packing snacks. Guests of this popular Airbnb rental in Indonesia can roam the garden and pick fresh coconuts, papayas, and passion fruit during their island escape.

Shop Now Balian Treehouse

San Jose Treehouse

Perched on a hill in San Jose, this gorgeous treehouse overlooks Silicon Valley. A winding staircase leads to the 250-square-foot rustic house with all the amenities you could need. You’ll want to spend your stay relaxing on the deck between three sycamore trees.

Shop Now San Jose Treehouse

Willow Treehouse

If you want a more low-key treetop experience, book your stay at this Airbnb. It features midcentury modern interiors, a spacious living area, and a panoramic window that overlooks a lake. It’s only fifteen minutes outside of Woodstock, New York, too, so you’ll be able to explore the cute downtown area while you’re here.

BOOK NOW Willow Treehouse

Mountaintop Lookout Treehouse

Standing 40 feet above the ground and surrounded by the gorgeous Umpqua National Forest, this off-the-grid escape in southern Oregon is truly something out of a dream. Guests enjoy modern essentials like hot and cold running water, a working stove and oven and a wood-fired, spring-fed hot tub, all while reveling in the seclusion of the mountains.

Shop Now Summit Prairie Lookout Tower

Swing Treehouse

This is clearly not your average treehouse. A part of Camp Wandawega, the three-story tiny house includes multiple swings and and a library, along with other cool surprises.

Shop Now Camp Wandawega Cabins

Mirrored Cube Treehouse

At the Treehotel in Harads, Sweden, you can choice from six different contemporary tree rooms located right in the middle of nature. The Mirrorcube includes its own rooftop terrace.

Shop Now The Mirrorcube

Scottish Treehouse

Here’s an excellent excuse to hop across the pond. This dreamy Scottish cottage overlooks an incredibly scenic loch and has hosted hundreds of weddings (it’s easy to see why!).

Shop Now Treehouse on Loch Goil

Treehouse With Rope Bridges

Fulfill your childhood dreams with this forest fantasy in Atlanta, Georgia, which is one of the most popular Airbnb rentals of all time. The bedroom, living room, and deck are all connected by swinging rope bridges.

Shop Now Secluded Intown Treehouse

UFO Treehouse

Sci-fi geeks will love staying in this towering hotel room in Sweden, even if they won’t be sharing the space with extra-terrestrial guests.

Shop Now The UFO

French Castle Treehouse

Inspired by the castle of Dordogne nearby, this elegant treehouse in France certainly seems fit for royalty. It boasts a moat and wooden footbridge that leads to a spacious interior courtyard.

Shop Now Châteaux Dans Les Arbres

Mahali Mzuri

There’s luxury camping—or glamping—and then there’s this. With 12 luxury tents overlooking acres of Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve, Mahali Mzuri is truly incredible. Book your trip to sync up with the annual Great Wildebeest Migration if you can.

BOOK NOW Mahali Mzuri

Whispering Wind Treehouse

This rustic treehouse home in the Hudson Valley is tucked beneath a canopy of trees, making it a prime location for enjoying fall foliage. Only those game for a true off-the-grid experience will want to brave this lofty escape—there’s no electricity, heat or Wi-Fi—but the beauty of nature is an ideal source of entertainment.

Shop Now Whispering Wind Treehouse

Costa Rican Treehouse

A woman went off the grid for three years to build her dream home. The result? A multi-level bungalow where you can sleep next to birds and monkeys.

Shop Now Huge Treehouse in the Jungle

Pacuare Lodge

Head to Pacuare Lodge for adventures in the Central American rainforest, romance, and true seclusion. When we say this place will get you far off the beaten path, we aren’t kidding: It’s only accessible by raft or cable car. It’s eco-friendly and sustainable in every way imaginable. You can lay low and recharge under the canopy of trees and spend your time at the spa with specialized, locally-inspired treatments, or you can get your adrenaline pumping with rainforest adventures like white water rafting and zip-lining.

BOOK NOW Pacuare Lodge

Whidbey Island Treehouse Retreat

Nestled in the lush woods on Whidbey Island, just one hour north of Seattle, this getaway is built around a cedar tree, letting guests reside 13 feet above ground. The spacious, covered deck is guaranteed to be your favorite spot, with full-circle views of the surrounding trees and wildlife such as deer, owls, and eagles.

Shop Now Octagon Tree Home

Winivan Farm

Head to Winvian Farm when you want to reach peak happiness. It has 18 lovely cottages sprinkled around the property, which sits in the Litchfield Hills, Connecticut. Each one is unique, boasting a different style and feel—from rustic to 18-century luxury, full-on kitsch, and country charm. Perched up in your treehouse, you’ll be surrounded by nothing but the soothing sounds of nature.

BOOK NOW Winivan Farm

Wine Country Treehouse

What looks like a cuckoo clock perched in wooded Missouri wine country is actually a charming, off-the-grid treehouse home where guests can enjoy an upscale camping experience. Wineries, distilleries, and breweries are all within reach for daytime activities.

Shop Now Treehouse at The Hermitage

Rustic Treehouse

Romance is in the air in this Italian treehouse that looks out on the gorgeous Tuscan landscape. The views might even beat out the actual villa from ‘Under The Tuscan Sun.’

Shop Now TREEhouse/casaBARTHEL

Secluded Treehouse

Stay in this Missouri cabin nestled amongst five pine trees, and you might have a chance to attend one of the hosts’ drum circles or potlucks. It’s serious inspiration for that tiny house you’ve been dreaming of building.

Shop Now Two-Story Treehouse

Hawaiian Treehouse

Deep within a jungle landscape is this rustic treehouse, which offers a secluded place to truly get away from it all. The quirkiest feature of the home? The swinging bed suspended from the living space (which is way cooler than a porch swing). Less adventurous types will sleep soundly in the bedroom, which faces a wall of windows.

Shop Now Dreamy Tropical Treehouse

Bird’s Nest Treehouse

Live like the birds for one night at this truly memorable hotel in Sweden. The nest-shaped room can actually sleep four people.

Shop Now Bird’s Nest

Adirondack Treehouse

In the woods of Middle Grove, New York, visitors can climb a winding staircase to this cozy, treetop cabin. It’s outfitted with an outdoor kitchen, full bath, fire pit, and deck that’s ideal for overlooking the surrounding greenery.

Shop Now Adirondack Treehouse Retreat

Dragonfly Treehouse

This elevated abode gets its name from its unique two-wing layout that also allows it to fit between the surrounding trunks perfectly.

Shop Now Dragonfly

Spa Treehouse

This tiny Vermont cabin comes complete with modern amenities, including a custom-built cedar hot tub. The owners are treehouse enthusiasts, who have several available for rent nearby.

Shop Now Vermont Tree Cabin

Cozy Cedar Treehouse

This sturdy cedar structure is located just 30 minutes from downtown Chicago. Perched 15 feet above ground, the treehouse overlooks an enchanting backyard garden, complete with a waterfall and koi pond. Inside, guests are treated to air conditioning as well as a fireplace.

Shop Now Enchanted Garden Treehouse

Colorful Treehouse

Not all treehouses blend in with nature—this vacation rental in Sweden looks made for Instagram with a bright red paint job.

Shop Now The Blue Cone

Jungle Treehouse

You have to climb a hundred steps just to get to it, but it’s worth the journey. This 250 square-foot apartment in Haleiwa, Hawaii, looks like it’s straight out of Tarzan.

Shop Now Sunset Beach Treehouse Bungalow

Green Mountain Treehouse

Central Vermont is graced with the Green Mountain National Forest, and this elevated abode embraces the area’s natural beauty. The log cabin–style house overlooks a beaver pond and sits in close proximity to Killington and Sugarbush resorts, where avid skiers can hit the slopes.

Shop Now The Beaver Pond Treehouse

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