18 Best Treehouse Airbnbs for a Nature Vacation: Stunning Secluded Treehouses for Rent in 2021

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Glamping (Room) Elevado 1, Pinochueco, Huasca de Ocampo, Hidalgo, Mexico

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This raised house is like your childhood treehouse on steroids. (And with the plumbing.) While it comfortably contains a bed and a bathroom, if you want to cook your own meal, you’ll need to make your way to the shared kitchen in the middle of the campsite. For true blue townspeople who prefer dining out, there are a plethora of great options to choose from nearby.

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Private designer treehouse with a view, Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada

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This cozy two-story treehouse in British Columbia was designed with stargazing in mind – from the skylight above the loft bed to the window seat thoughtfully placed next to the French doors to the cedar terrace with view of the mountains. (If you’re a real constellation junkie, there’s also a telescope to complete the experience.) Inside you’ll find a compact but complete modern kitchen, as well as a working flush toilet. The only catch: the shower is outside and you will have to cross the bridge and take a gravel path to get there, so be sure to bring a bathrobe and your most gorpiest sandals.


Jolie Cabane, Saint-Arailles, Occitanie, France

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This little cedar cabin has all the hallmarks of off-grid living, but it’s the outdoor space that will really get emojis flowing in the group chat. The treehouse opens up to a field of olive trees and stray sheep, a best-appreciated view of a front patio that includes lounge chairs and a hammock, plus a table and chairs. In the evening, go to the Finnish bath at the foot of the terrace to enjoy a breathtaking view of the stars.


Treehouse Blue Mountains, Bilpin, New South Wales, Australia

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Booking a stay at this distant Australian treehouse is like micro-dosing a first batch of LSD, minus the descent. Conveniently located between two national parks and a World Heritage-listed rainforest, the treehouse offers absolutely ridiculous views of the Blue Mountains, which would be reason enough to stay, but the charming and kitschy decor and hot tub in the room do the trick.


Private Treehouse Hotel, Nakijin, Kunigami District, Okinawa, Japan

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Bringing the beauty of the outdoors inside is a key tenet of wabi-sabi design, and this guiding philosophy is what makes this private treehouse in Nakijin so majestic – just take a look at this giant tree that literally protrudes from quarters of home! The treehouse also has panoramic windows offering stunning ocean views and a perfectly located indoor hammock for you to enjoy.

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