As always, treehouses — and homes with unusual shapes — hold a special place in my heart. This TreehouseTopia Airbnb is the best of both worlds, suspending a two-story Yurt-like structure amid the trees of Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
The levels aren’t divided by a typical flooring, however. Instead a taught cargo net acts as a an extra lounge space around the bed! There’s also a kitchenette and wrap-around deck with a charcoal grill for you to enjoy.
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The Barkhouse Suspended in a Live White Pine
The kitchen is to your right when you walk in.
The cargo netting makes a see-through floor.
Alternating steps to the loft.
The tree has been encased in wood.
I love the stonework around the bedroom.
That looks like a comfy spot to lounge!
Yes, there’s a lovely 3/4 bathroom inside the tree house.
Nice outdoor lighting around the porch.
This bench has a gorgeous view!
What a spot to stay!
- The Barkhouse
- Live White Pine growing through the center of the treehouse
- Stargazing through the skylight.
- Kitchen area with a microwave, refrigerator/freezer combo, toaster oven, single electric burner, and coffee maker
- Charcoal grilling outdoors on your private deck
- Fire pit shared with the other treehouse located on the property
- Rest on yoga mats in the suspended cargo net area.
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