The Coolest Treehouses to Stay in Around the World • The Blonde Abroad
Growing up, did you ever dream of staying in a treehouse? There’s a good chance I thought about it, oh just about every day of my childhood. I wanted to hear the wind whispering through the trees, watch as the stars danced across the night sky, and experience all the magic that treehouses possess.
If you’re still holding out hope for that dream, you can make it happen…kind of!
Instead of putting in all the labor and having to worry about maintenance, why not live out your childhood dream in one of these seriously cool treehouses around the world? Yep, this truly is a “you can have your cake and eat it too” kind of situation!
Whether you want to stay for a night or go off-grid for the week, most of these epic places can be booked through Airbnb!
I searched far and wide to bring you the coolest treehouses you can rent around the world!
The Secluded Intown Treehouse in Atlanta, Georgia has been voted Airbnb’s “#1 Most Wished For Listing Worldwide” in 2016 and 2017!
The treehouse consists of 3 different areas: mind, body, and spirit—all connected by rope bridges. Yep, rope bridges that slightly swing and are covered in the prettiest twinkling lights!
Does it get any more magical than that?
The “mind” room is the perfect place to cozy on up with a good book. The “body” room has a bed with wheels—so you can roll it outside and sleep overlooking the stream below. And want to surround yourself with pine trees? Hang out in the “spirit” room, otherwise known as the hammock deck.
You’ve gotta love all those fairy lights!
Atlanta, Georgia must be doing something right because the Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest is yet another treehouse that has been featured on Airbnb’s “Most Wish Listed” list. Here, you can enjoy luxe beds and a marble bath in the middle of a bamboo forest while you watch the alpacas wander about.
The minute you arrive, you are going to want to sip on a cup of coffee on the large porch that’s held up by black locust trees.
And hey, if you fall in love with it, you can even host your wedding or shoot a movie there.
Columbia Falls, Montana
Featured on DIY Network’s “The Treehouse Guys,” this unforgettable Airbnb is nestled on 5 wooded acres. Talk about a nature oasis!
There’s no roughing it when it comes to this double-decker luxury spot. You’re greeted by a spiral staircase crafted from Douglas Fir wood and 2 outside deck areas. You’ll even find 2 living trees growing through the home’s interior!
How cool is that?
The best part is that it’s only about 30-minutes to Glacier Park and Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort.
Concord, North Carolina
The Luxury Stone and Timber Treehouse in Concord, North Carolina is a large one-room space that’s home to the coziest décor, an eco-bathroom complete with an outdoor rainforest shower, and a private deck overlooking the trees.
The space is very rustic and captures the essence of hygge, perfect for a romantic getaway with your loved one!
Want to escape the hustle and bustle of Dallas, Texas when it’s time to retreat, but still have a super cool city to explore during the day?
This Extraordinary Treehouse is an adults-only (27+) treehouse and it’s the prime place to unwind!
Blending Belhaus contemporary with rustic elegance, the shelter is set near a running brook within countless Japanese Maples. And yes, it’s just as pretty as it sounds.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to stay near a volcano?
Well, the Peaceful Rainforest Treehouse Retreat, located on the big island of Hawaii, is only 8-miles away from Volcanoes National Park! Adventure through the park during the day and retreat to the rainforest at night.
I love that the lower deck is surrounded by trees and there’s an upper-level lanai where you can listen to the rain go pitter patter against the lush forest.
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Tucked away in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, this rustic and chic oasis, otherwise known as “THEE” Treehouse with Spectacular Valley & Sea Views is a one of a kind place!
With plenty of open space, French doors that can open while you’re showering, valley views from the lounge space, and sea views from the loft bedroom, a stay here can only be described as purely magical.
Oh, and Sardinia Bay beach is pretty darn close and it’s got one of the most stunning beaches, ever!
Kruger National Park, South Africa
Okay, okay so this one isn’t an Airbnb but it’s too good to not include on this list!
The Lion Sands Ivory Lodge and Treehouses are located in the Lion Sands Game Reserve in Kruger National Park, South Africa.
Want a truly off-the-grid experience?
Here, you’ve got to embrace the moment as there is no electricity in the treehouses…all the better to experience the South African bush! While you might hear the occasional hippo, laughing hyena, or lion—you’ll be safe as the treehouses are strategically positioned above the ground.
Made of nothing but wood, the Treehouse at Ngong House in Karen, Nairobi will have you feeling like you’re in an African paradise. What was once an exclusive lodge (up until 2016), is now an Airbnb that you can experience yourself!
There’s an onsite eatery where you can enjoy breakfast and lunch before heading to the nearby elephant orphanage in Nairobi National Park.
At the Dreamy Eco Treehouse by 7 Waterfalls, there is no clock, no phones, and very little internet.
It’s the perfect place to escape reality.
In Sukasada, Bali, this treehouse has a cozy queen size bed surrounded by 4 large windows that look out to the valleys of green. It’s so isolated that even many locals don’t know it exists! But despite this, there is still a large bathroom and brand new kitchen.
My favorite part is the swing above the river.
Bocas del Toro, Panama
Want to relax in the jungle and spend your days surrounded by beautiful beaches? Then La Loma Lodge, a jungle lodge & chocolate farm, on Bastimentos Island in Bocas del Toro should move to the top of your bucket list!
One of the most magical accommodation experiences I’ve ever had was staying at the La Loma Lodge.
This place is very remote and only accessible by boat. Pretty cool, right? La Loma is also on the border of the beautiful National Marine Park, and you’re only a five-minute boat ride from the beach.
Keep an eye out for the sloths hanging around in the treetops!
Alright, the last one isn’t an Airbnb either but the minute you see it, you’ll understand why it’s on this list.
The Arctic Treehouse Hotel in Rovaniemi, Finland combines local Lappish tradition and modern Scandinavian design to create the coziest blend of luxury and comfort.
Admire the Northern Lights from your bed facing the floor-to-ceiling windows before taking a warm soak in the rain showers.
If you want to really enhance your experience, visit the Arctic Forest Spa (that resides in the middle of the forest) or visit during the holiday season and visit the Santa Claus Secret Forest.
The Northern Lights are definitely a phenomenon you’re going to want to catch on camera.
So, would you stay in a treehouse? I like to think that each one of these places is filled with magic.
They may all be in different countries, even different continents, but they have one thing in common: they offer the chance to travel in a seriously unique way and fulfill that childhood dream. ?