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Treehouse travels: Check out our favorite arboreal abodes

Written by Matt Westenburg

With more than 18 years of experience as a certified public accountant, Matt has helped companies develop & validate business models, raise capital and provide management expertise. He enjoys working with entrepreneurs who are passionate about achieving their goals and bettering the community. He was voted the Silicon Prairie “Service Provider of the Year” and has been recognized multiple times for his contributions to the local entrepreneurial community.

Imagine waking up to the sweet lullaby of birds chirping and fresh summer breezes. Treehouse hotels offer guests the opportunity to experience nature like never before. These destination treehouses are not like your childhood hideout. You’ll be able to dwell in the trees with modern comforts, like jacuzzis and kitchens. Whether you’re traveling with youngsters or you’re young at heart, these treehouse hotels will be worth the trip.

TreeHouse Point

TreeHouse Point in Issaquah, Washington is an adults-only retreat with six cabins. Each cabin is outfitted with electricity, heat and comfy beds. With their compact size, TreeHouse Point campers have to share restroom facilities on the ground, but that doesn’t affect demand. Reservations for these treetop rooms are booked over a year in advance.

Free Spirit Spheres are suspended above the ground with sturdy rope webbing. These floating globes are not your typical hotel room.

The Aviary

For a luxurious arboreal vacation, stay at The Aviary. This two-story suite is located in the treetops of Wheatleigh Hotel in Lenox, Massachusetts. It features a winding staircase, an antique bathtub and many other luxuries for an extravagant experience. Wheatleigh Hotel’s resort spans 22 acres of countryside with a wince cellar, a pool, and a weekly high-end barbecue.

The Treehouse

Winvian Farm in Litchfield Hills, Connecticut has 18 treehouse cottages and an on-site bar. Colorful canopies cover the staircase to these playful rooms. Each cabin in the Treehouse offers full amenities like a steam shower, a plush king-size bed, and a Jacuzzi.

Out ’n’ About Treehouse Treesort

For a family Bed and Breakfast adventure, the Out ’n’ About Treehouse Treesort is your destination. These 12 treehouses are constructed outside of Cave Junction, Oregon, and they feature cabins with detached porches and three levels for exploration. The resort also offers zip-lining and horseback riding for additional adventures through nature.

Post Ranch Inn

Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California is an elegant treetop hideaway. With seven elevated treehouses, these suits float come with wine, cheeses, salted caramels and other treats. These delicious treats pair well with the dramatic views of nature from the private deck. A skylight installed over the bed reveals the night sky for comfortable stargazing.

Free Spirit Spheres

Free Spirit Spheres are suspended above the ground with sturdy rope webbing. These floating globes are not your typical hotel room. This is an adults-only experience set in the Pacific Northwest rainforest. There’s no shower and the outhouse is located on the ground below, so plan accordingly. Although they’re technically located in Canada, these spectacular suspensions are just a few hours north of Seattle.

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