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If you’re looking to take your next holiday to new heights – literally – take a look at Airbnb’s collection of treehouse accommodations.
Stay in the boughs of everything from a eucalyptus to a teakwood tree, and fall asleep to the natural soundtrack provided by the ocean, rainforest or mountains surroundings.
This dream escape is only two hours out of Toronto but feels worlds away. It sits on 100 acres of countryside, is adults-only and can sleep up to six people.
While staying in the treehouse, you won’t be short on luxuries and amenities. At your disposal are outdoor dining areas, lounge areas, fire pits, kitchenettes, walking trails and a pool.Check rates
Lost in a woodland of large cedars and maple trees, Owl’s Perch Treehouse sits 30 feet above the ground and will have you waking up to the sound of birdsong and the rustling of trees.
Perfect for two, it boasts one bedroom, a full bathroom, a kitchenette and a generously sized deck with views of the Salish Sea and the mountains of Washington State. Suffice to say, you may never want to leave.
If you do though, there are plenty of hiking trails and Sooke City Centre and the Sooke Potholes are within a short walk.Check rates
This series of treehouses in Mont-Tremblant look like something out of a fairytale. They’re all-season, so you can visit over winter when the ski resorts are in full swing or during summer to make the most of its lakes and tree-lined trails.
Families are more than welcome to stay in these hideouts, which can accommodate up to two adults and two kids. Bear in mind though that these treehouses are off the grid. This means no running water and electricity by battery only. Bathrooms, laundry, showers and Wi-Fi are available at reception.Check rates
If romance is on the cards, then it doesn’t get much better than this dream stay.
This one-bedroom hideout is nestled deep within 300 acres of private forest. By day, you can take intimate swims in the property’s several ponds and cuddle up in the gazebo.
Or, you can venture out of your hiding spot to the nearby wineries or ski slopes in the winter.Check rates
Swap the cabin in the woods or the ski chalet for a different kind of stay. This Airbnb comprises a treehouse and a house and is capable of sleeping eight people across both properties.
Whether you’re on a family trip, a multi-family trip or with a group of friends, it has most definitely got you covered.
After a long day on the slopes of Mont Sutton or checking out the town of Bromont, fire up the jet bathtub to warm up or keep the thrills going with tobogganing on the front lawn.Check rates
The name says it all, really. This treehouse is charming, quirky and completely one of a kind.
Perched five metres above ground, you’ll enter by its hand-crafted spiral staircase into this eco-friendly sanctum for four.
Seven trees pillar their way through the treehouse, giving it an extra rustic atmosphere. On top of the native wildlife you can spy from the balcony, keep an eye out for special touches hidden in the nooks and crannies such as carvings of owls in the woodwork.Check rates
Reading more like a modern cabin than a rustic off-the-grid treehouse, Whispering Pines is where you go when you want seclusion but don’t want to compromise on comfort.
Built within a forest of pine trees, it’s essentially a couple’s retreat with a generous bedroom on the top floor, so you can enjoy those tree-top views. A sleeping hollow with a single bed is provided for a child though, making it ideal for young families as well.
With its basic kitchen, you can whip up breakfast ready for your big day out. And with its prime positioning near St. Catharines, you can spend your evenings enjoying the best in local food and wine.Check rates
Part treehouse, part glamping tent and all things incredible, this Seaside Tree Tent has been hailed as one of the best treehouses in Canada by Chatelaine and it’s easy to see why.
While it might not look like much on the outside, inside it’s all glamour and luxury with a queen-sized wooden bed and kitchenette at your disposal. Mind you, the shower is outdoors so you’ll probably want to prioritise this as a summer stay.
By day, take advantage of the free bike, kayak, clamming and fishing rod hire. By night, retire on deck as you watch the sunset over Brudenell River while frying up your catch of the day on the barbeque or firepit.Check rates
The Tamarind Cottage Treehouses are built high in the boughs of teakwood trees at the edge of a small village with just 400 residents.
Their location gives you a taste of local life. On the doorstep there’s a Buddhist temple, a local school and a viewpoint where the villagers gather to watch the sunset.
Raglan Treehouse in the Woods was created to help visitors re-charge. It’s built between the trunks of age-old pine trees and it looks directly out over the ocean.
There’s a gas cooker and a barbecue on the terrace, where you can also sit and watch glorious sunsets. As there is no electricity, nights are spent in the soft glow of LED lights
This stilted treehouse is made from wood and bamboo and surrounded by rice paddies. A Bali bed, bean bags and a small terrace where you can watch the sunset make this a really mellow place to stay.
An organic breakfast made with ingredients from the owners’ vegetable garden is included in the price of the stay. Plus, the town of Ubud with its craft shops, cafes and restaurants is just a ten-minute drive away.
Cocooned by mango trees, this top-of-the-range treehouse is made from shipwreck timber.
There are two levels with a roomy bed and a viewing terrace on the top floor while downstairs you’ll find a cosy living space. When you stay here you can take advantage of the resort’s pool, restaurant and bar, plus the beach is a five-minute drive away.
The Jungle Treehouse was created to help visitors get off the grid. The wooden space comes with a basic kitchen, a composting toilet, an outdoor shower, and some basic electricity. Finishing touches include a hammock.
The real USP here is the location. The treehouse is surrounded by rainforest and walking trails. In the right season, there’s a swimming hole to splash about in, too.
A sturdy wooden ladder leads up to the Rustic Hinterland Treehouse Retreat, 20 minutes from the Gold Coast’s top attractions. The property is fronted by a wooden terrace that looks out over 111 acres of green space where wallabies are often spotted.
The house has a modern bedroom and a separate bathroom. When you stay here you can also take a dip in the resort’s swimming pool or play a few matches on the tennis court.
There’s no mistaking that the Treehouse Blue Mountains is in fact a treehouse. The trunk of the tree in which this place is built rises up through its centre and the branches spread out across the ceiling like the ribs of an umbrella. Finishing touches in this high-spec escape include a whirlpool bath and telescope to watch the stars.
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