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The Nest: Treehouse Glamping with Running Hot Water in Asheville

I’ve wanted a tree house ever since I saw the tree house village they built in Swiss Family Robinson! But, because these are up in the trees so few include running hot water, which is something I’m quite accustomed to. That’s why The Nest in the Asheville Glamping (@ashevilleglamping) campground is so nice — all the wonders of a treehouse, including the suspension bridge, along with an indoor bathroom.

The bridges take you to the lovely craftsman front door. The home has board and batten siding that’s painted a forest green to blend into the trees. There’s a lovely side deck with chairs where you can take in the woodland views. Inside is a small kitchenette, bench couch seating, and a queen-sized bed.

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Asheville Glamping in The Nest Treehouse!

I love how the bridge is built around the trees!

View from the side porch.

How cool is this bed? And a tree right in your room!

The large window looks out at the tree tops.

Mini-split keeps things comfortable inside!

Cozy seating nook here in the corner.

Live-edge counter at the kitchenette.

Gorgeous rope lighting fixtures.

Bathroom with a flush toilet and shower!

What a lovely romantic getaway.


  • Tree top getaway
  • Two suspension bridges take you to the home
  • Board and batten exterior
  • Flush toilet and shower
  • Queen-sized bed
  • Kitchenette with live edge counter tops
  • Keurig and Microwave
  • Adults only; 2 person maximum occupancy

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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