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Treehouses Are Everything You Could Wish For To Escape The Noise Of The City (35 pics)

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Playa Viva in Guerrero, Mexico

This treehouse at Playa Viva sits high above white sandy beaches, and includes a king sized bed, private bathroom, a lounge area with a hammock, and unobstructed ocean views.

Bisate Lodge in Volcanoes, Rwanda

Bisate Lodge is located inside an eroded volcanic cone. The lodge includes six nest-like treehouses, each featuring its own living room, en-suite bedroom, and stone fireplace, along with views of rural Rwanda and Mount Bisoke.

Secluded Intown Treehouse in Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta's "Secluded Intown Treehouse" is the most popular Airbnb property in the world. The dreamy treehouse has a bedroom, living room, and a deck, all connected by rope bridges.

Monbazillac Treehouse in Aquitaine, France

The Chateaux dans les Arbres' Monbazillac Treehouse is literally a treecastle, and comes complete with a Jacuzzi.

The Redwoods Treehouse in Auckland, New Zealand

The Redwoods Treehouse hosts private events 33 feet above the ground. The pod fits 30 guests seated (or 50 standing), and can be rented for a cool $3,000 (food not included).

Chalkley Treehouse in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Located in the Sabi Sand Reserve in Africa, the Chalkley Treehouse at Lions Sands Game Reserve sits perched high above the African bush. Guests get to sleep under the stars in this completely open air treehouse.

Paperbark Camp in Woollamia, Australia

Paperbark Camp has put 12 luxe safari style tents among eucalyptus trees and paperbarks. Each features a wraparound outdoor deck, solar powered lighting, king size beds and en suite bathrooms.

Bangkok Treehouse in Bangkok, Thailand

This green hotel and organic restaurant features a variety of bamboo, steel, and glass treehouses overlooking the Chao Phraya river, but its crown jewel is a raised "room" with no walls or ceiling.

Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California

Guests who stay in one of Post Ranch Inn's treehouses, which sit on stilts nine feet off the ground, can expect first-class amenities including nightly turndown service, a fireplace, skylight, and wifi.

Cabanes des Grands Chênes in Raray, France

Located an hour north of Paris, France, Cabanes des Grands Chênes offers guests an eco-friendly stay among the treetops. The Cosy LOV’NEST Spa Cabin treehouse even features a Nordic Bath on the terrace.

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel in Rovaniemi, Finland

Guests can snuggle up and watch the Northern Lights from these chic Scandinavian rooms in the trees.

The Mirrorcube in Harads, Sweden

If it weren't for the bridge leading up to it, you might not even notice this treehouse, which completely blends into its surroundings by essentially being a four-sided mirror. The Mirrorcube features a double bed, bathroom, lounge, and rooftop terrace.

The Bird’s Nest in Harads, Sweden

Guests must brave a steep retractable staircase to get into this nest-like treehouse, which is almost perfectly camouflaged among the branches. The Bird’s Nest includes a bathroom, lounge, and two bedrooms. 

The Cider Cone treehouse in Skamania, Washington

The Cinder Cone treehouse, located in a valley near the Columbia River Gorge, features stunning views of the Columbia River and Bridal Veil Falls. It comes with its own hot tub and skate park.

Aroma(n)tica Treehouse in Monferrato in Alessandria, Italy

Italy's Aroma(n)tica Treehouse offers guests stunning views of the Italian countryside and access to a 19th-century wine cellar.

Free Spirit Spheres Treehouses in Vancouver Island, Canada

Free Spirit Spheres is a treehouse resort located in a coastal rainforest on Vancouver Island. The resort offers three different orbs for overnight rental: EveEryn and Melody.

Rainforest Tree House in Alajuela, Costa Rica

The Rainforest Tree House sits in a thermal resort with hot springs, only a short drive from Costa Rica’s famous Arenal volcano. It features a master bedroom with a queen size bed, as well as two twin size beds, a kitchen, and a bathroom.

Three Story Treehouse in Revelstoke, Canada

This three-story treehouse is the tallest treehouse in British Columbia (it's 47 feet high), and sits in the Enchanted Forest, a 20-mile forest filled with 350 handcrafted fairy tale figurines. While you can't spend the night, it's a magical spot for a visit.

The Trillium treehouse in Fall City, Washington

The Trillium treehouse is an 80-window, lofted bedroom at Treehouse Point, a nature conservatory and treehouse resort in Washington state.

Out'n'About Treehouse Treesort in Cave Junction, Oregon

This treetop B&B features 10 treehouses and huge zip lines through Douglas fir trees and cedars.

Soneva Kiri Resort Treepod in Koh Kood, Thailand

Less treehouse and more treerestaurant, the Soneva Kiri Resort on Koh Kood, Thailand, let's guests dine in treepods 16 feet in the air while waiters deliver food via zip line.

Finca Bellavista in Piedras Blancas, Costa Rica

Finca Bellavista is an eco-friendly treehouse community in Costa Rica that sits on 600 acres of rainforest. Ziplines and suspension bridges connect the homes of this self-sustaining community, which is a mix of long-term residents and short-term visitors.

La Piantata Black Cabin in Tuscany, Italy

This charming treehouse — filled with high tech amenities like LED lights, a flat screen TV, and Bose sound system — is located on an Italian farm in the heart of Tuscany, overlooking rolling hills of lavender and olive orchards.

Lynne Knowlton Treehouse in Ontario, Canada

This Airbnb retreat, nestled on 100 acres of land, includes a giant treehouse, hammocks, a small bunker house, and swimming pool.

The HemLoft Treehouse in Whistler, Canada

The tiny, egg-like HemLoft is a crowdfunded creation by carpenter Joel Allen that hangs off of a towering hemlock tree. While it looks hidden deep inside of a forest, it's only about five minutes from the nearest road.

Treehouse in Le Pian Medoc, France

This round treehouse is rented by France's Natura Cabana company for ecological holidays.

Singita Lebombo Lodge treehouse in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Located in Kruger National Park, the glass-walled suites of Singita Lebombo Lodge are built right into the trees, offering uninterrupted views of mountains, rivers, and rolling hills.

Saraii Village Treehouses in Wirawila, Sri Lanka

Nestled in the Yala region of Sri Lanka, these treehouses at Saraii Village tower 25 feet above the ground, and are spacious enough to accommodate up to eight guests.

Treehouse Lodge in Iquitos, Peru

Located in the Amazon, this all-inclusive treehouse lodge includes 10 treetop bungalows perched high above Peru's Ucayali River.

Huilo Huilo Nothofagus Hotel in Región de los Ríos, Chile

The Nothofagus Hotel sits among the treetops of the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve. The luxury hotel features 55 stunning rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of the Patagonian Andes.

Dihan Evasion treehouses in South of Brittany, France

Located on the Western tip of France near the famous Carnac beaches, Dihan Evasion lets guests sleep among the treetops in one of seven unique accommodations.

Tongabezi Lodge Treehouse in Simonga, Zambia

Tongabezi Lodge treehouse was built around a tree overlooking the Zambezi River, near Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world. The giant room — it features a king size bed, full bath, dining area, and lounge — is entirely open.

Vertical Horizons Treehouse Paradise in Cave Junction, Oregon

Like a cabin in the sky, this treehouse is two stories tall with two full sized beds, a private balcony, bathrooms, and a flat screen TV.

Costa Verde in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Costa Verde's 727 Airplane Suite just might be the most unique treehouse of them all. Hanging in the trees, this treehouse is an actual former airplane cockpit that has been turned into a two-bed, two-bath jungle bungalow.

Les Refuges Perchés in Quebec, Canada

Get back to the basics with these traditional treehouses, which don't have electricity, running water, or toilets. What they do have, however, are sunny terraces, fire pits, and a semi-private dock on a stunning 2,000 acre lake.













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