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Treehouse Cabin Rental in Cave Junction, Oregon

Wanted to show you this awesome treehouse cabin rental that’s on Airbnb.


It’s located in Cave Junction, Oregon and is completely elevated off the ground.

As soon as you just look at it it must feel like you’re in some kind of wonder land.

It’s not a complete home (no kitchen or shower) but it does have a half bathroom.

Just don’t expect a kitchen and all of that. If it were mine, I’d officially call it, “The Indiana Jones Sleeper Treehouse,” if that’s not too much.

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Photo Credit Airbnb.com

Anyways, I encourage you to tour the rest of it below:

Inside this Sleeper Treehouse Cabin in Oregon

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Sleeping Loft

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I really like how they arranged the two beds. It’s almost like bunk beds but with a cabin and loft instead of the bunks.

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If you wanted to I guess you could redesign it so that there is a kitchen instead of the downstairs bed. But since this one is being used for vacations I think it’s fine as is. If it were mine though, I’d add a micro kitchen. Would still be missing a shower though.

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Maybe the bathroom can be converted into a wet bath just like in an RV? Or like in this tiny house.

Front of the Treehouse Cabin

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This is where I get the Indiana Jones part from. I think it’s so cool..

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Photo Credits Airbnb.com

How would you like to stay in a treehouse like this for vacation? Or better yet, how would you outfit it so that you could live in it full time? Or at least for part of the year in one of your favorite parts of the world?

How to Stay in this Treehouse Rental Cabin

If you’re interested in staying in this treehouse cabin you can learn more and book right here.

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Alex

Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!




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  • Cahow September 9, 2013, 7:09 pm

    I dig the Indiana Jones Vibe, Alex! And for a vast majority of folks, this would be a perfect retreat. Well designed and charming.

    But, I’ll admit it: at my age, I’ve earned the right to have a shower/micro kitchen in any unit I rent. Call me a stroppy old cow, if you must, but I’ve paid my dues. On holiday, we go-go-go, so a nice shower to freshen up for dinner/theatre is a MUST! Also, a bracing shower to wake up to and at least a coffee machine for enjoying in the room and a microwave for heating up some oatmeal or a croissant saves a fortune in expenses. We’ll be on holiday in October for my DH’s birthday and the suite we’re staying at has a full kitchen. We plan on off-setting the costs of the suite by making 90% of our meals in the room; food is such an expensive item to dump money into. We plan on 2-3 dinners with friends at the resort but being able to make our own meals is a HUGE savings. If that makes us spoiled brats to desire a private shower and some kind of kitchen, so be it.

    • Alex September 10, 2013, 8:02 pm

      LOL! I agree, the shower/micro kitchen would really seal the deal. 😀

  • JayNine September 10, 2013, 10:23 am

    Hey Alex, great find! I hope to see more interior photos at the source. It’s interesting…I can appreciate the unique bed set up as well. Wondering too what the surroundings are like? I will see through the links you provided. Thanks again for another great share.

  • Sandy February 10, 2014, 8:49 am

    Just starting to get into learning about tiny houses. I love this tree house cabin. My question is how does this toilet work in a tree house?

    • Alex Pino February 11, 2014, 6:31 pm

      I’ve seen treehouses with normal flush toilets but you can also do composting if you don’t want to do plumbing

  • Lisa k March 9, 2014, 12:39 am

    Love this 1. What are the demosions and I’m looking into building my own tiny home rough deminsions would be 10ft highx 7ft x 6ft. Any suggestions would be greatly approciated as new to this. Have help with a senior who built his own home.

  • Sandy K May 16, 2014, 10:00 am

    I love this little space! But in order to live in it I’d have to have a small kitchen and bathroom!

  • Gerald Malcolm October 5, 2014, 9:31 pm

    I JUST LOVE THIS.

  • Karen R February 17, 2015, 4:38 pm

    Shower is a necessity plus a kitchenette, but this would be perfect as a rental in an expanded form. However, there are those who are happy to hike for days without a bath or decent food . . .

  • Denise February 19, 2015, 5:25 am

    This is great with a great layout as well. The ladder is easily accessible but still out of the way and I like how they anchored it down as one piece with the railing. The natural wood gives it a feeling of warmth like all tiny houses should have. I do have some questions and perhaps the owner will see them: 1. How was the plumbing insulated so it doesn’t freeze; 2. The roof looks a bit cattywaumpous on the backside – is that an illusion from the way the piccy was taken, or is it really like that; 3. How will this house accommodate tree growth? It looks like the walls are butted right up against some of them and the roof is cut out in some spots around them also?

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