Staying in a Treehouse

It doesn’t matter how old you are, everybody loves a treehouse and how much fun would it be to stay in one.  It can be fun for the whole family or even a romantic get away.  So I did some search and found some cool treehouses you can stay in.


Cedar Creek Treehouse
Mt. Rainier, Washington
http://cedarcreektreehouse.com/index.htm

Fifty feet up in a giant 200 year old cedar tree.
Swimming and trout fishing are literally in your front yard, as is a garden to enjoy. The fourth floor of the stairwell is a glass-enclosed observation area, with lots of possibilities: stargazing, cloudwatching, bird-watching, music studio, or just swinging in a hammock and enjoying a book. And all of this in quiet, arboreal solitude.

The Canopy Treehouses
Tarzali, Australia
http://www.canopytreehouses.com.au/

The Canopy Treehouses is a unique Australian accommodation and wildlife experience.  Set in 100 acres of ancient rainforest located on the cairns highlands.  These luxury pole homes offer a secluded, private and peaceful environment surrounded by rainforest and are set on the banks of the Ithaca river. Each 2 bedroom Treehouse boasts furniture crafted from our own rainforest timbers, a gas barbeque and hammock on the spacious balcony ,a fabulous double corner spa, wood fireplace and full gourmet kitchen, fluffy bathrobes and slippers, hand-made soaps, washing machine and dryer, IDD telephone, internet outlet, DVD and TV. They comfortably sleep two to six people.

Parrot Nest Lodge
Belize, Central America
http://www.parrot-nest.com/

Parrot Nest Lodge is a truly unique tropical experience. Spending the night under a 100 foot guanacaste tree in a thatched tree house is like nothing else! The lodge is surrounded on three sides by the Mopan River, so a refreshing swim in clear water is never far away and the wildlife of the area abound. Yes, parrots are in great number here, along with hundreds of other types of birds, making this an ideal location for bird watching. Coati, agouti, otter, and the giant iguana are among the many animals which are regular visitors to our beautiful gardens which, though lush and exotic, are virtually mosquito free, a real bonus for those who love the great outdoors – and a good night’s sleep.

Treehouse Paradise
Cave Junction, Oregon

http://www.treehouseparadise.com/
Each of our tree houses have there own theme, as well as its own hanging style, showing the gamut of construction trends in the tree house industry. These are high-end luxury tree houses, with power, and plumbing. We serve local organic foods and offer a variety of activities to do on site and in the area. We are located near the redwood forest, ocean beaches, and the Oregon Caves National Monument.

Tarangire Treetops
Tanzania, Africa
http://www.tanzania-adventure.com/tarangire-treetops.htm
Tarangire Treetops Lodge consists of 20 stunning ‘tree-house’ style chalets, approximately 55sq metres in size, set up into the baobab and marula trees. Each room has been designed using a mixture of contemporary and natural materials and has its own ensuite bathroom with double shower and vanity, mosquito nets, hairdryer, fan and a large private verandah overlooking the plains of Tarangire. The camp is small, luxury, fully inclusive and personally hosted.

Edisto River Treehouse
Canadys, South Carolina
http://www.canoesc.com/treehouses.html

Paddle about twelve miles down the cypress-lined, blackwater Edisto River to a private tree house nestled in the woods along the riverbank. Relax in a rope hammock or on the dining deck, complete with an outdoor grill for cooking dinner, and fall asleep to the woodland lullaby of rustling trees, croaking frogs and hooting owls. Wake the next day to the sounds of morning wildlife song and chatter and prepare breakfast on the small gas stove before continuing downriver.