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In Quebec, near the small town of Tingwick, you’ll find this incredible treehouse on 15 acres of woodland. The tree house is one of two vacation rentals on the property. The home of the host, and a large “spa” which is a central hang-out space with a kitchen, patio, and other little luxuries also share the acreage.

The treehouse itself has panoramic views of the forest and is a hotel room in the trees, with a large bed, couch, seating for two, and a wood stove for warmth. An outhouse stands at the bottom of the treehouse, and there’s a shared bathhouse near the spa. What do you think?

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Luxury “Hotel” in the Trees w/ 360° Views

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This lovely treehouse is suspended between oak and hickory trees in a cozy spot behind the hosts’ home. It has a lovely little porch with a table and some chairs where you can sip on coffee and watch the birds.

Inside, there’s a queen bed on the first floor and a full-sized bed up in the loft for kids (or adults who want to climb the ladder). A compact kitchenette with a gravity-fed sink provides you with water and a toaster/mini fridge. The couch nook by the windows is the perfect spot to curl up with a book!

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Adorable Treehouse Sleeps Four!

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Anthony and his wife had the great idea to build four fun treehouses in a little town in South Carolina. It took them a long time to find a contractor willing to make their dreams a reality, but now they manage a great “Treeresort”!

Each treehouse is around 400 square feet and has one bedroom on the ground floor and another in the full-standing-height loft. With some clever plumbing, each treehouse boasts a full bathroom and a kitchen with residential appliances. Could you live here?

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400 Square Ft. Treehouses with Netted Lofts

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Michael is an amazing man who has spent the last 30 years building an incredible treehouse resort on his acerage in Oregon. He started with a cabin and horseback-riding, but no one was interested. When he rebuilt the treehouse he had made for his children, however, people started to take interest!

And since then he has added treehouse after treehouse, a number of bathhouses for the homes without plumbing, and an extensive system of suspension bridges. There are even several ziplining courses! Enjoy a tour of the resort below.

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Acerage in Oregon with 13 Treehouses!

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A treehouse. In the woods. With a clear roof. The Whispering Wind Treehouse is truly remarkable as a cozy getaway with privacy, gorgeous views, and rustic charm.

The off-grid cabin is more glamping than a hotel stay, without any running water and just a strand of solar-powered globe lights. But it’s a perfect option for a couple looking to unplug and get back to nature — without needing to set up a tent and sleep on the ground. What do you think?

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Clear-Roof Treehouse in New York

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The Uhu is the latest vacation property built by Quebec-based company Repère Boréal. They specialize in gorgeous, luxury vacation stays, and this a-frame treehouse standing 32 feet in the air is no exception!

While the cabin is remarkably compact, it includes everything you need for a quiet vacation, like a kitchenette, bathroom, office area with views, and a queen-sized bed. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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St. Lawrence River A-Frame: 32-Feet Up in the Air!

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This is one of the treehouses at the “Treesort” on a 26-acre North Carolina Farm. The home on stilts is tucked under the tree canopy, and even features relaxing swings hanging from the underside of the building!

There’s first-floor sleeping and a full bathroom (no composting toilet!), as well as a loft with a twin bed (perfect for kids). You walk across a little bridge to enter the treehouse, and can sit out on the rocking chairs with a cup of coffee in the morning. Awesome!

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Two Level Tree House w/ Bridge & Plumbing

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Tucked on a private sea-side residence in Panama hangs with stunning bamboo tree house build around a large central tree. It looks like something straight out of “Swiss Family Robinson”! There are two double bedrooms overlooking the jungle, as well as an open-concept living/dining/kitchen space.

You take a rope bridge and ladder up to your lodging, so be prepared for that! There’s an outdoor shower at the base of the tree, as well as a toilet up in the treehouse.

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“Swiss Family Robinson”-Style Bamboo Tree House

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This three-floor tree house offers all kinds of luxurious finishes inside that are sure to make you wish you always lived up in the trees! There’s a soaking bath under the covered ground-floor porch, a rainfall shower with gorgeous tilework, and a large comfortable bed in the main living space.

Climb the spiral staircase up to the main floor, where the bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette meet you. Up some more stairs you’ll find another story with a smaller bed, deck and lovely woodland views. Would you stay here?

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This Texas Tree House w/ a Spiral Staircase

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