The Top 5 Treehouses

The unique experience that staying in a treehouse can bring is both nostalgic for adults and children. For children, it can bring their imagination to life, in turn for adults it can bring back memories from one’s childhood. These glamping destinations offer just that and more in a treehouse, bringing guests the outdoors ins with stunning views of the landscape and the luxuries of being in a home.

Moose Meadow Lodge is a New England treehouse getaway that features a treehouse overlooking the beautiful surrounding woodland area. The tree house is a two story fully furnished space, offering a queen size bed and a private bathroom on the first-floor deck with a custom sink made from rock found on the property, a shower and an incinerating toilet bringing a spa like experience for guests.


The Mohicans glamping destination, offers glampers the option to stay in one of 2 tree houses. Both tree houses were designed by Pete Nelson, tree house designer and star of Discovery Channel’s hit series ‘Tree House Masters.’ Both treehouse’s have full private bathrooms and are furnished with queen-sized beds for a good nights sleep and relaxation. One tree house sleeps 2 and the other sleeps up to 4 people at a time for an experience a family will cherish.


Finca Bellavista is a treehouse community in the south Pacific coastal region of Costa Rica. The tree houses give a rustic feel yet are comfortable offering a private retreat off the beaten path where the guests can explore the natural wonders of the rainforest canopy and enjoy what they call a ‘treetop Pura Vida.’


The Lodge and Cottage Primland, located in Virginia, bring childhood fantasies to life with with their dreamlike tree houses. This unique lodging is complete with breathtaking views and all the comforts of a luxury hotel. Each tree house has modern day amenitites such as, wifi, king beds with lush bedding, bathrooms with soaking tubs and a flat panel tv.


Chateau Dans Les Arbres, located in the south of France, offers 4 spectacular tree houses. Milandes, Monbazillac and Hautefort. All tree houses are sustainably built from local timber and are ecologically sound as well stunning. In addition, each tree house comes with its own hot tub and has dashes of luxury throughout. Guests can enjoy the spectacular views of the French countryside in these luxurious tree houses.


Excite the child-like fantasies that live in all of us and visit these exquisite tree houses sure to give you and loved ones memories that will last a lifetime.

A Magical Tree House Lit Up with Christmas Lights

Feast your eyes on a very impressive backyard tree house that belongs to the Wakefield family of Dallas, Texas. Aside from being lucky grandkids’ play place, the tree house serves as the central feature to birthday parties, family reunions, and a charismatic Christmas party. “My favorite thing is watching the kids play and experience the tree house at this festive time of year,” says James Curvan, family friend and tree house architect. Read the original article featuring the tree house by Sarah Greenman of


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The tree house and furnishings are unique in that many were made with repurposed materials like an old piano bench or wood frame bed. Watch the video to discover more about the owners and how the tree house was built.

Spotlight: Moose Meadow Lodge Treehouse

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind bed and breakfast experience in New England, look no further than Moose Meadow Lodge in Vermont. Located amongst 86 secluded acres in the Green Mountains, sits the Adirondack style Moose Meadow Lodge.

Above all, this secluded destination provides peace and serenity. Undoubtedly, the Treehouse at Moose Meadow offers the most unique experience. This glamping treehouse is a handcrafted two-story wonder. This is the perfect destination to feel close to nature and not forego any creature comforts. There are 29 windows in the Treehouse – you’re never far away from the surrounding forest. Structurally it is made of cedar, pine, maple, and hemlock and supported by two sturdy, mature pine trees.


Photo: Moose Meadow Lodge website

The main living area of the treehouse is on the first floor with a wrap-around deck. The bedroom is on the second floor and has a queen-size bed – not too shabby for sleeping so high above the forest floor. The balcony on top is the highest perch from which you can gaze into your natural surroundings and the beautiful Vermont sky. Young or old, treehouses like this one light your imagination on fire. What more could you ask for than comfort and warmth while surrounded by rugged beauty?

There is no bathroom in the Treehouse, but one happens to be nearby in the main lodge. I guess you can’t have everything in the world of treehouses. Still, it’s a small sacrifice for staying in such unique lodging, even if a flashlight trip in your slippers is required in the middle of the night.


Photo: Moose Meadow Lodge website

If you need more excitement than the lodge’s 86 acres can offer, Waterbury, Vermont is centrally located for enjoying the area’s most popular destinations, events, activities, and entertainment. Waterbury is the gateway to all types of recreation and is home to some of the world’s best specialty food companies.

The most important thing is that you can relax and surround yourself with natural beauty. The wooded outdoors and luxury lodge-style interiors and furnishing make a refined but casual atmosphere. This is chance to get away from the crowded feeling of regular life. Think of Moose Meadow Lodge as a rustic home away from home.

Find out more about Moose Meadow Lodge and take advantage of your next holiday from work or plan a getaway for an upcoming special occasion.