11 Amazing Tree Houses For Rent

Are you looking for the world’s best tree houses for rent?

If you are in search of the perfect place to sleep in the trees, we’ve unearthed a collection of cool tree houses you can actually sleep in.

There are plenty of tree house rentals around the world, the locations and choices seem to be growing all the time.

Whichever part of the globe you are in, you’ll find an amazing tree to stay in.

Treehouse Lodge, Peru

tree house lodge Peru

Photo Credit – Treehouse Lodge, Peru

Treehouse Lodge is located in the Peruvian Amazon, near the Pacaya Samiria Reserve, at the junction of the Yarapa and Cumaceba rivers.

The all-inclusive treehouse resort is a truly unique and wonderful place to visit. Wake up to the sounds of the monkeys and birds at home in the surrounding rainforest, an experience you will treasure forever.

Tree House Lodge Peru Large

Photo Credit – Treehouse Lodge, Peru

There are a choice of 12 unique treehouses to stay in, ranging from those that sleep from 2, up to the larger ‘Swiss Family Robinson’ treehouse that sleeps 6 guests. The treehouses each have showers, sinks, toilets and clean white linens.

With the Amazon River on your doorstep you can enjoy some wonderful experiences nearby, including sunrises/sunsets with dolphins, swimming in the Amazon, fishing for piranhas (!) and jungle walks, to name a few.

Living Room Treehouses, Wales

Living Room Treehouse Wales

Photo by Living-Room Treehouses, Wales

Located in a hidden valley in the heart of the Welsh mountains, Living-Room Treehouses are a truly enchanting and magical escape from the everyday stresses of modern life.

Tucked away in a stunning and remote location, the tree houses fulfil every childhood (and adult) dream of a tree top adventure. The six structures have been lovingly built by the owners who had the vision to create some truly unique and wonderful tree houses that seem to effortlessly blend in with the stunning surroundings in which they are positioned.

If you can dare to drag yourself away from the magic of Living-Room Treehouses you will be equally delighted by the outdoor activities on offer.

Whether it is to explore the immediate local area with a gentle hike, or a little further afield with a visit to the stunning coastline of mid Wales, one thing is for sure, you’ll be booking your return visit at the earliest opportunity!

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Crafty Camping, England

Crafty Camping Tree House Dorset

Photo by Crafty Camping, England

The stunning Woodman’s Treehouse is set in idyllic surroundings in the beautiful county of Dorset in England.

The luxurious treehouse rental offers an adult only experience  in a unique and special location. The isolated accommodation can be found in a peaceful woodland setting in West Dorset, just 10 miles away from the famous Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site.

The Woodman’s Treehouse is award winning too, picking up the RIBA South West award and was named ‘Small Project of the Year.’ This very special treehouse has also featured on the popular television shows, Grand Designs and George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces.

The Woodman’s Treehouse is on a luxury glamping site that also offers other unique accommodations such as a cosy bell tent, yurts, a tipi or a shepherd’s hut.

But seclusion and privacy is on offer as the glamping accommodation is set within 10 acres of private woodland.

The treehouse itself is completely private and is set up high in the branches of a veteran oak tree.

The Woodman is a luxury treehouse, with highlights including a private sauna and hot tub on the upper deck, a revolving woodburner and an open air tree-shower (with endless hot water!)

Rather than being bolted to the branches, the Woodman’s Treehouse is built on long stilts. This ensures that the treehouse does not stress the trees whilst still allowing guests the privilege of experiencing the beauty of the woodland without compromising the surrounding environment.

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Pan Treetop Cabins, Norway

Pan Hytter Treehouse Norway

Photo by Pan Treetop Cabins, Norway

Pan Treetop Cabins offer guests the opportunity to experience the true Norwegian wilderness, located in Finnskogen, a 2-hour drive from Oslo, and just 20 minutes from the Swedish border.

Finnskogen is in the perfect location for experiencing unique animal life, as well as the peace and quiet of the forest.

The award-winning cabins in Norway are suitable for all nature lovers, with accommodations to suit couples, families and large groups.

Everything has been considered during the design of the Pan Treetop Cabins – the angle and exact location of the cabins have been placed to ensure they experience optimal natural light and nature during all times.

The large glass windows allow an abundance of natural light to flow through that not only create a special place to relax but also, heat up the cabins naturally, reducing the need to rely on other energy sources.

Incredible sunsets can also be experienced from the cabins as the day slowly turns into night across the surrounding forest.

Every effort has been made in the design of the cabins to respect the local environment with;

“The underlying thought is that you should be able to remove the cabins and not be able to see any trace of human activity be left behind.”

The Cabins

At a height of 8 meters from the ground, the cabins are not attached to any trees. Instead, they are placed on top of four pillars that are anchored to the natural rocky ground below. This helps to ensure that the treetop cabins will withstand the force of more than two hurricanes, as well as other typical weather conditions that may occur in the area.

The cabins can sleep up to 6 people in 4 single beds and 1 double bed. The cabins have a fully equipped kitchen, electricity and water.

Outdoor enthusiasts will never want to leave Pan Treetop Cabin. Activities include forest yoga, animal safaris, animal tracking, paddle boarding to name a few!

Treehotel, Sweden

The Mirrorcube Sweden Treehotel

Photo Credit Peter Lundström / WDO

The Treehotel in Sweden is world famous. The Mirrorcube (pictured above) appears in most of the ‘top treehouse’ lists – and with good reason, it’s an awe inspiring piece of architectural design.

But as amazing as The Mirrorcube is (and it truly is), the Treehotel offers 7 tree hotel experiences in their stunning pine forest in Northern Sweden.

Before we explore the unique accommodations on offer, let’s see what else there is to do in this very special part of Sweden.

If experiencing the Northern Lights is on your bucket list, the Treehotel is a fantastic place to do it. Treehotel offer guided tours that can be included in your treehouse seasonal package.

Other magical activities to take part in include Western horse riding in the summer, forest skiing in the winter as well as snowmobile rides, fishing trips, forest hikes, kayaking, mountain biking, moose safari – or, if chilling out is more of a priority, take advantage of the sauna and spa facilities.

The Treehotel is situated in the small village of Harads with a population of just 600. The area is idyllic, surrounded by miles of forest and the Lule River.

The Treehotel Rooms

Each treehouse room is unique, designed by the leading architects in Scandinavia. Each of the contemporary designs have been created with style and luxury in mind.

The Treehotel now has 7 unique accommodations, each one as special as the next;

  • The Mirror Cube
  • The Cabin
  • The UFO
  • Bird’s Nest
  • The Blue Cone
  • Dragon Fly
  • 7th Room

Treehotel Sweden The Cabin

The Cabin – Photo Credit Peter Lundström / WDO

Constructed in 2010, The Cabin overlooks the Lule River valley below and is perfect for couples seeking that special romantic break. The cabin is 24 q.m with a double bed, toilet and terrace.

Treehotel Harads A7 April 2016-140-HDR copy1 Credit Ragnar Sigurdsson

The UFO Photo Credit Peter Lundström / WDO

If unique and quirky is your treehouse style of choice, The UFO is the place to stay. In keeping with the space theme, the interior of the treehouse has been designed with a starry sky ceiling with decor and furnishings to match.

Sleeping up to 5 people, The UFO is ideal for families or groups. The treehotel room has 1 double bed and 3 single beds and a toilet.

Entry to the UFO is via an electric collapsible ladder via a hatch in the floor.

the birds nest treehotel sweden

The Bird’s Nest  Photo Credit Peter Lundström / WDO

Have you ever imagined sleeping in a giant bird’s nest?! Well now you can – the Bird’s Nest room was designed to fit in seamlessly with the surrounding area.

The Bird’s Nest sleeps 4 people with a sliding door to create separate bedrooms if required.

The Blue Clone treehouse in the forest at Treehotel Sweden

The Blue Cone – Photo Credit Peter Lundström / WDO

The Blue Cone (which is actually red!) is simple in design, with 1 double bed and 2 single beds (in a sleeping loft). The exterior has been made with traditional pinewood shingle.

There is a ramp from one side of the treehouse making it accessible for those with a disability.

Lov’nid Spa Zen, France

Coucoo Grands Chenes Lovnid Tree house France

Lov’nid Spa Zen – Photo Credit Abracadaroom/Coucoo Grands Chênes

If you are considering a tree house holiday in France, you should definitely check out the magical Coucoo Grands Chênes.

Located just 45 minutes from Paris, this stunning spot in the Oise region would make for the perfect vacation if you are planning to visit the French capital.

There are 20 different unique cabins to choose from, 17 treehouses and 3 Lov-Nids, each of them built with the environment in mind.  Each accommodation offers something different, from heated nordic baths on the terrace to access via a bridge!

Cabanes al Arbes, Spain

Treehouse in the woods Cabanas en los arboles

Photo Credit Cabanes al Arbes, Spain

Located in the northeast of Catalonia, in the north eastern corner of Spain, are the beautiful Cabanes al Arbes (meaning ‘huts in the trees’).

A stay in the treehouses at this idyllic location will give you the opportunity to truly switch off from the hustle and bustle of every day life and experience the peace and magic of the surrounding mountains and forest.

The cabins each have sinks, a ecological dry toilet, a fireplace and rechargeable lamps.

Cabanas en los arboles Cabanes als arbres

Photo Credit Cabanes al Arbes, Spain

When you want to shower, or recharge your phone (you may not want to!), you can use the facilities at the farmhouse where you will also find private outdoor spas, a massage room and a swimming pool (summer only).

Access to the treehouses are via a vertical ladder and/or suspension bridge. Enjoy breakfasts on the terrace with a very special view of the Montseny and the Pyrenees backdrop.

Treeful Treehouse EcoResort, Japan

Treeful Treehouse Japan

Photo Credit – Treeful Treehouse EcoResort, Japan

Opening to guests in 2020, the Treeful Treehouse EcoResort can be found in Nago City in the northern Okinawa main island in Japan.

The “sustainable, luxury treehouse resort,” only uses solar energy with a large emphasis on respecting and looking after the surrounding environment.

The treehouse is built on the side of the Genka River, said to have the clearest water in Japan.

The interior of the Treeful Treehouse EcoResort is air-conditioned with 360 degree windows to truly experience the stunning location you are staying in.

Hapuku Tree Houses, New Zealand

Hapuku Lodge Treehouse

Photo Credit – Hapuku Lodge and Tree Houses, New Zealand

These stunning tree houses and lodges are located at the base of the Kaikoura Seaward Mountain Range, with the renowned Mangamaunu Bay just 1km away.

Set on the South Island of New Zealand, with the eco-marine town of Kaikoura 12km away, this luxury glamping resort consists of stunning tree houses and lodges where guests can enjoy the breath-taking surroundings.

While you are unlikely to want to leave this incredible resort, there are plenty of things to do in the surrounding area. Experiences include mountain biking, walks, ocean fishing trips, whale watching, as well as swimming with the famous Kaikoura dolphins.

Post Ranch Inn, USA

Post Ranch Inn Treehouse

Photo Credit – Kodiak Greenwood

Post Ranch Inn in California is a luxury resort with a variety of unique accommodations on offer. Located 1200 feet above the Pacific Ocean, on the cliffs of Big Sur.

The luxury tree houses at Post Ranch Inn are elevated 9 feet above the ground on stilts and are triangular in shape. Inside the adult only tree houses is a king bed, a walk-in shower and a private deck from where you can enjoy the mountain views.

Post Ranch Inn Tree House Decking

Photo Credit – Kodiak Greenwood

Elsewhere within the resort guests can visit the Sierra Mar Restaurant where a complimentary daily breakfast is on offer for overnight guests. If you are not staying at Post Ranch Inn you can make a reservation at the restaurant for lunch or dinner.

Complimentary activities for overnight guests include yoga, meditation classes, guided nature hikes as well as nightly star gazing – the clear skies of the Big Sur are an experience not to be missed during your stay!

Other onsite experiences include two therapeutically heated basking pools, each with an infinity edge overlooking the Pacific, a swimming pool and an award-winning spa.

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Pezulu Treehouse Lodge, South Africa

giraffes outside Pezulu Treehouse

Photo Credit – Pezulu Treehouse Lodge, South Africa

If you are looking for a treehouse experience with the wow factor, Pezulu Treehouse Lodge won’t disappoint.

Pezulu Treehouse Lodge is located in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, on an exclusive small Game Lodge. The world famous Kruger National Park is nearby, as in the Panorama Route.

Whether you are looking for a romantic treehouse escape, or something more suited to families, Pezulu Treehouse Lodge have the right accommodation for your needs. The treehouses sleep anywhere from 2 to 5 people, with luxury and honeymoon options available – complete with jacuzzi baths!

There are plenty of magical experiences on offer, they include guided bush walks, sunset and nocturnal drives, ranger and junior ranger courses, Baobab planting, Big 5 Game drives, and many more (check out all the experiences here).

When there are this many incredible tree house rentals available around the world, how could you possibly pick the best one? If you had to though, which one tops your list? Let us know in the comments!

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