Located on the side of Lookout Mountain, this adorable Georgia treehouse hotel allows you to be one with nature. Treetop Hideaways rents out this 250-square foot treehouse to visitors who are looking to stay somewhere other than a standard hotel. While this home maybe small, it has plenty of character and charm to make up for its tiny size.
The treehouse is technically in Flintstone, Ga., just a few minutes away from downtown Chattanooga. Set on a wooded two-acre property, you feel isolated even though you're a close drive to anything you need.
You'll notice that there are different colors of wood on the inside and outside of the treehouse. That's because it's made entirely from old barns.
The interior may be small, but 18-foot ceilings and plenty of windows keep the space from feeling claustrophobic. Light streams in during the day through the giant windows and the sliding back door which leads to a 90-square-foot deck.
The kitchenette is loaded with a mini-fridge, sink and microwave for visitor convenience. And while there is a full bathroom in the treehouse, you'll really have to be okay with tight spaces. The stand-up shower's base is a whiskey barrel! That's not a lot of space to move around, but it's surely unique. The floor (made of coins from people who helped bring the treehouse to life) is another interesting touch in the bathroom.
In the loft, there's plenty of room for a queen size bed surrounded by twinkling string lights. There's even enough room to stand all the way up without bumping your head on the beams!
Treetop Hideaways plans to build even more treehouses on their two acres. For now, though, you can rent this rustic treehouse hideaway for $320 per night.