These are cool tree houses around the world that you can visit and rent for a night, a week, or just for a dinner. Located in forests, tiger preserves, and next to the sea, these tree houses are ideal for anyone looking for a vacation that's a little out of the ordinary.
This extraordinary tree house is in Issaquah, Washington, 30 minutes east of Seattle. The Triullium (left), one of the five tree house available for rent at TreeHouse Point, is a two-story vacation home with multiple windows, and is named for the white perennial flower native to North America and Asia. treehousepoint.com Phone: 425-441-8087 6922 Preston-Fall City Rd SE Issaquah, WA 98027
Treehouse Cottages is a forest haven in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, founded and built by Terry and Patsy Miller. Seven tree houses, and one cottage, are available for rent for about $150 to $180 per night. The tree houses are built 22 to 26 feet above ground using five wooden poles, while the ground level cottage overlooks the terraced flower garden. treehousecottages.com Phone: (479) 253-8667 165 West Van Buren Eureka Springs, AR 72632
Located in Washington state's Gifford Pinchot National Forest, the Cedar Creek Treehouse sits in a 200-year-old Western Red Cedar tree, 50 feet above the ground. The tree house features sleeping space for five, a kitchen, and an observation deck. Starting from $300 dollars per night for two, the cabin includes a tour of other structures on the property, including the "Stairway to Heaven," "Rainbow Bridge," and the glass-enclosed observatory. cedarcreektreehouse.com Phone: (360) 569-2991 Cedar Creek Treehouse P.O. Box 204 Ashford, WA 98304
In New Zealand, north of Auckland, the Redwoods Treehouse is a pod-shaped tree house hanging 30 feet above the ground. It was commissioned in 2008 as a marketing campaign and now serves as a private venue, available for rent. Corporate or private events can be held in the tree house, with room for up to 30 guests. yellowtreehouse.co.nz email@example.com Phone: 09 304 0355 Warkworth, New Zealand
In Madhya Pradesh, India, five tree houses, deep in the jungle, form the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve's Tree House Hideaway. Each tree house comes equipped with a living area, mini bar, and balcony, as well as hot and cold water, air conditioning, and mosquito netting. Guests can often spot the jungles' animals from the privacy of their balconies that overlook the Bandhavgarth Fort and Tiger Reserve. treehousehideaway.com Phone: 91-124-4222657 Tree House Hide Away Village Ketkiya, Bandhavgarh, Dist Umaria Madhya Pradesh, India