10 of The Most Stylish Treehouses You Can Rent This Fall

With fall fast approaching, it’s time for a getaway during which you can get cozy underneath blankets, light a fire in a hearth, and reach for some apple cider, all while enjoying the changing leaves and crisp air. And what better place to experience all of that than inside a treehouse?

Don’t worry, these aren’t the treehouses of your childhood, complete with hand-me-down pillow poufs and tacked-on band posters. These are the grown-up, glamorous versions of the clubhouse, where you can enjoy everything from luxurious soaking tubs to twinkling-light-wrapped rope bridges. For the ultimate fall getaway, check out these cushy treehouses across the States.

Stay in this shabby-chic treehouse among the trees, complete with three rooms and plenty of Southern charm. It has a rope bridge wrapped in fairy lights, a hammock deck, and has been listed as Airbnb’s “#1 most wish-listed property in the world.” And even better, it’s centrally located within the heart of Intown Atlanta, giving you the best of both worlds.

From $375 per night

This treehouse is located in a permaculture farm, complete with goats, pigs, emus, roosters, and cats. You can even get fresh eggs, honey, and veggies when they’re available on the property. But don’t worry, you won’t be in the middle of nowhere staying here. This treehouse is located in “Little Haiti,” right near the art district in Miami.

From $65 per night

This whimsical treehouse is tucked into 40 acres of land, and comes complete with floor-to-ceiling windows, chandeliers, vintage board games, a record player, and a fireplace. You get two connecting outdoor decks that are decorated with fairy lights, and a swinging chair to sit and drink wine in at night. It’s no surprise it’s a popular destination for everything from honeymoons to staycations.

From $395 per night

This two-level, two-bedroom country lodge in upstate New York is a stylish getaway. It has a kitchen drenched in light, loft-like 18-foot ceilings, and a wrap-around deck that lets you watch the stream trickle by outside. It has everything from records to cookbooks on deck, and it’s a modern and retro little nook just an hour and half outside of Brooklyn.

From $200 per night

The Willow Treehouse is a modern architectural wonder, smack dab in the middle of a wooded property. It looks out over a swimmable pond, and the inside features massive windows, a fireplace, a loft bed with skylights, a cozy reading nook, and mid-century modern furniture.

From $325 per night

This cute red treehouse is coziness personified. There’s an outdoor deck complete with umbrellas where you can eat your breakfast or enjoy a glass of wine, a cozy loft bed above the kitchen that makes you feel like you’re sitting in a club house, and it’s a short walk away from restaurants, shopping, and bluegrass venues!

From $209 per night

Perched on top of a 21-acre wooded hill that opens up to river views, this house is broken into two different dwellings connected by a charming rope bridge. Seeing how it’s up in Maine, it would be a beautiful place to come see the fall foliage and live amongst the treetops. The inside is as charming as the outside, thanks to the Scandinavian-style decor.

From $189 per night

This fun treehouse is set high in a honey locust tree over a small waterfall and koi pond. It has a true treehouse feel to it thanks to the ladders and firemen poles, loft rooms, and small, cozy feel. But it also has fun add-ons, like a hot tub, backyard bowling, and a fire table.

From $195 per night

This beautiful house features a whopping five decks, giving you plenty of options to enjoy your morning coffee or evening night cap. But not only that, it also has a hot tub, a trail to the nearby lake located in a pretty cove, and a ceramic fire pit perfect to gather around and star gaze.

From $192 per night

Surrounded by evergreen trees, this charming-as-hell treehouse looks like something straight out of a rom-com. It has a stone fireplace, a romantic soaking tub, a spiral staircase, and a canopy bed decorated with lights. If you want the ultimate cozy experience this fall, head over to Washington and spend an extended weekend in this two-story treehouse.

From $116 per night

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