Many of us dream of living in a treetop hideaway. While it's not practical for most, did you know that there are treehouses you can rent? Airbnb actually lists dozens of them, and we've picked out some of the coolest ones from across the country for your next vacation.
This treehouse in Miami will run you a mere $65 a night. If you want to be surrounded by goats, emus and chickens, then this is the place for you. Located on the owner's permaculture farm, the treehouse is only a 15-minute drive to South Beach and the Miami airport.
This luxurious treehouse is only 15 minutes from Santa Cruz, and while it will run you a little more than the previous treehouse ($295 a night), it looks worth it. The 20-foot high house sleeps six people and has a full kitchen.
Dubbed The Tiny Fern Forest Treehouse, this quaint and picturesque house can sleep three people and has a cozy queen bed tucked away in the loft. There's even a hot tub for relaxing and soaking in the beauty of the woods around you.
This treehouse looks like something out of a fairytale. This listing goes fast, but is definitely worth the stay if you can reserve it. If you're looking for a romantic getaway, this is where you want to go. It's secluded yet only minutes from downtown Atlanta. Fun fact: It was named Airbnb's most desirable property in the world.
This treehouse would make all of your childhood dreams come true. It gives off a natural and cozy feel. The queen bed in the loft area makes the maximum occupancy two, but this listing would make a perfect romantic getaway. Sitting on the spacious deck will give you wonderful views of the horse farm below. Plus, it's only a short drive to Napa and San Francisco.
This rustic treehouse is a beauty. With a full kitchenette, bathroom and a view to kill for, you never really have to leave the trees. The house was built with reclaimed barn wood and the wall of windows gives you a look at the valley below. It can sleep up to four people and is an easy 15-minute drive to Chattanooga if you want to explore the town.
Okay, so this one might not technically be a treehouse, but we're including it because it's close enough and it's pretty amazing. At 40-feet high, it gives guests incredible views of Umpqua National Forest. It sleeps four, and at only $150 per night, this listing is a steal if you're lucky enough to land a reservation.
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