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While off-grid vacations are fun, it’s nice to stay in a treehouse with all the amenities, including a tiled indoor shower and — yes — a flush toilet!

This craftsman-built treehouse has funky a-symmetrical wall and a wonky window to add a bit of character. But there’s a leather couch, comfortable queen bed in the loft, and even a pulley for lifting your luggage. The live-edge counter tops and woodland accents make this stay both cozy and luxurious. Learn more below!

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Quaint & Quirky Treehouse on 5 Acres in GA

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Images via Airbnb/Debra

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Dan’s very first project on his property was his “Mancave.” He never dreamed that someone would want to stay in it, but when a friend recommended he put it on Airbnb, it became a popular destination.

That’s when Dan started getting creative: He built a mini-village inside an airplane hangar, and then constructed a yurt, and then went on to build the TREEHOUSE yurt, which includes an elevator, hot tub and resident Alpacas for you to meet and greet.

He’s currently constructing Woodstock, where you can stay in a vintage VW bus and play music on his stage. You have to watch the interview with Tiny House Giant Journey to “meet” the wonderful Dan and his vacation world.

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Danville: This Yurt Has an Elevator, Hot Tub & Alpacas

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Images via Airbnb/Dan

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Skip and Dan found the perfect property on Vashon Island (which is only accessible via ferry!) to put the treehouse they’d been dreaming of. It looks out over the ocean and is tucked in a canopy of beautiful trees.

Because of its remote location, there’s an outhouse and outdoor shower and just enough electricity for a mini-fridge and charging small electronics, making it the perfect place to truly get away from it all.

Up a ladder is a luxurious queen bed that just might make you feel like a kid again. The huge garage door opens up on the first level to the wrap-around deck where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee, or evening glass of wine. Enjoy the tour with Tiny House Giant Journey below, and book your stay over at Airbnb!

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Private Treehouse on an Island: Perfect Romantic Getaway

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Nestled 18 feet up in the air is this beautiful treehouse called the “Kottage Knechtion” built from recycled materials. It sits on 5 acres in Nebraska, where there’s also a coffee shop providing complementary breakfast to treehouse guests.

A maze of staircases take you up to the deck and the one-bedroom home. Inside is a queen-sized bed and a separate toilet room, and there’s patio furniture outside for enjoying the sunset or sunrise.

The most striking feature is the large arched window that lets beautiful natural light into the room.

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Stay in the Trees at this Nebraska Bed & Breakfast

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This is the story of Dan and his amazing self-created village, called Danville, where he reigns as the town mayor.

The property is located in Geneva, Florida, north of Orlando and just 18 miles from the ocean.

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His Senior-Friendly Yurt Treehouse Has An Elevator And A Recycled Jet Hot Tub

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This is the stunning “Origin” — a tiny treehouse built as a “dress” surrounding a 100-year-old oak tree in France. The treehouse hotel room wraps around the oak and comes complete with a bedroom and a luxurious bathroom. There’s even a rope bridge to an adjacent spa area with a soaking tub.

The architect said he was inspired by a bird’s nest, using small pieces of lumber to create that signature nest-like shape, just like a mama bird! It’s fresh and modern, and provides plenty of space around the tree for it to continue to grow for another 100 years!

A ladder in the middle takes you to a rooftop terrace where you get panoramic views of the forest. Book your stay here.

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Hotel Treehouse in the French Forest

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Images via Atelier Lavit

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