20 Incredible Tree Houses You Can Spend the Night In

Gone is the image of the treehouse as something bare and rustic that Robinson Crusoe would have built. Many of these modern treehouse-style hotels feature canopied beds, fully stocked kitchens, and other amenities that would make guests at even the best traditional high-end properties green with envy. The lodgings here, from all nooks of the globe, are truly worth the climb and are perfect for spending a few starry nights in.

Photo: Courtesy of Natural Selection Safaris

Natural Selection is adding six new Skybeds—essentially three-story standalone treehouses—deep within the Khwai Private Reserve in Botswana. Beds canopied by gossamer-like mosquito nets are directly beneath the stars and overlook the wildlife-rich, 200,000-hectare reserve. Softly glowing lanterns line the wooden stairs. From $345/night

Photo: Courtesy of Chewton Glen

Chewton Glen, located on 190 acres in the heart of Hampshire county on the southern coast of England, debuted 12 original treehouse suites in 2012 and will add more by the end of this year. Built on stilts 35 feet above the ground, these airy digs come with daily breakfast hampers, wood burners, underfloor heating, and mood lighting. From $1,000/night

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Located 20 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, is Candlelight Forest, situated on top of a hillside on 200 acres filled with hardwoods and sun-splintered coves. The resort features two treehouse properties designed to let guests slip into a simpler-times mindset. “Sophie’s Roost” was outfitted by the city-based Sophie’s Shoppe, and “Le Petit Chateau” resembles a French-style farmhouse. From $225/night

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Billed as the world’s first ski-in/ski-out treehouse chalets, Snow Bear debuted in early June in northwestern Montana at Whitefish Mountain Resort. Perched 25 feet above the forest floor, each sleeps up to 10 people. Developer and designer Gail Goodwin modeled the properties after Glacier Bear Retreat, and guests can find quartz countertops, swoopy beams, large decks, and even a turret with 600 fiber-optic stars on the ceiling in the form of constellations (you can choose to sleep on the deck and gaze at the real ones instead). From $3,500/week

Photo: Courtesy of Singita Sweni Lodge

Singita Game Reserve in the heart of Sabi Sands in South Africa gets a sweeping top-to-toe update of its Sweni Lodge, which has seven rooms as well as a pool suite. Tucked into the banks of the river with lush views of the park’s 33,000 acres, the lodge has gleaming recycled timbers and splashes of vibrant color inspired by beetles, chameleons, and birds’ wings. It opens in August 2017. Rates from $1,700/night

Photo: Michael Peterson / Courtesy of Skamania Lodge

Skamania Lodge, a Destination Hotel, debuted its treehouses last fall amid the tall Douglas firs of the Columbia River Gorge, 45 miles east of Portland, Oregon. Designed by the Seattle-based firm MG2, each treehouse has modern amenities and generously sized windows, a double bed, deck, and an indoor-outdoor fireplace. Additional houses are being added this year, and hammocks are found aplenty amid the firs. From $449/night

Photo: Courtesy of Tensing Pen Resort

Seventeen hand-carved wood, thatch, and stone cottages of varying sizes form the Tensing Pen Resort in a private cove in Jamaica. Three tree houses, called The Pillars, are part of this property, and each has a bedroom, four-poster queen-size bed, and sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea. Plans for new cottages and sundecks are in the works. Rates from $240/night

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Treetop Haven, which opened this year on Prince Edward Island, offers five Treepods (a hybrid of a pod and a treehouse). Guests sleep in futuristic-looking geodesic domes, each with a kitchen, bath, ​and hot tub. The houses are named after local birds. From $150/night

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Treehouse Masters fans will recognize this Atlanta hideaway, which was named Airbnb’s number one most wish-listed property in 2016. The treehouse comprises three separate rooms and a deck, all connected by a network of rope bridges. $375 per night via Airbnb.

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Located in Hawaii’s aptly named city of Fern Forest, this remote bamboo treehouse is perched 15 feet in the air and offers views of the surrounding jungle paradise. $200 per night via Airbnb.

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The three treehouses on Primland’s sprawling Virginia property offer unobstructed views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Kibler Valley. Though close to nature, these suites don’t lack creature comforts: They’re equipped with flat-screen televisions, soaking tubs, and high-speed internet. $827 per night via Primland.

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Featuring two levels and a treetop hot tub, this luxe treehouse is an adventerer’s delight—it’s located just five minutes from the entrance of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. $275 a night via Airbnb.

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Retreat from bustling San Francisco to this suburban treehouse with Bay views. Ideal for individuals and couples, this cozy, rustic hideaway is built atop a hulking 150-year-old oak tree. $275 per night via Airbnb.

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Nestled along Lake Bled in Slovenia is a small community of luxury rental treehouses with access to a wooden hot tub, fireplace, sauna, and rest area. $108.18 per night via Glampinghub.

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Rustic charm meets Victorian romance in this Instagram-ready retreat in South Carolina. Located on an eco-friendly property, on 40 private acres of farmland and woodlands, this rental features a fireplace, outdoor rope bed, antique furnishings, and vintage games. $280.90 per night via Glampinghub.

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What this cozy California Wine Country retreat lacks in frills it makes up for in charm. The property features stain-glass windows, a sitting area, and a canopied queen-size bed. $238.50 per night via Glampinghub.

Photo: Courtesy of The Mohicans

The second Treehouse Masters star to make our list, the Little Red Treehouse in Ohio was originally built as a brewery and tasting center and is now an overnight guest suite. The window-filled structure—designed by Pete Nelson—features a 30-foot extension bridge, an outdoor shower, and a private deck. $250 per night via The Mohicans.

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Last year, the Treehotel in Swedish Lapland opened a new 1,950-square-foot Snøhetta-designed room perched 10 meters above ground. As one might expect, the surrounding natural landscape is one of the room’s most compelling selling points and can be enjoyed through the suite’s large windows or terrace made of net. $1,671 per night via Treehotel.

Photo: Courtesy of Hapuku Lodge

Can’t decide between a seaside cottage and a rustic mountain lodge? The luxuriant Hapuku Lodge Tree Houses offer the best of both worlds and boast dramatic views of the surrounding New Zealand landscape. $801 per night via Hapuku Lodge.

Photo: Courtesy of Amish Country Lodging

These romantic treetop cabins showcase immaculate Amish craftsmanship and are each outfitted with stone Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces, and outdoor space that takes the form of a wrap-around deck or covered porch. $165 per night via Amish Country Lodging.

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