New Zealand stays from $14 per night
Available on select dates in 2021. Destinations include Dunedin, Wellington, Queenstown, Christchurch, Nelson and more. Sample stay is for a shared room in Auckland. T&Cs apply.
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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.
Escape to a land far, far away with this fairytale-inspired stay. The 28-acre property offers complete privacy while simultaneously being only a few minutes from the city. Your stay also includes everything you need for breakfasts in bed and landscaped gardens for those early morning strolls.
Immerse yourself in a bird’s-eye view of the world from your 12-metre canopy deck. The architecture incorporates octagonal shapes and natural materials to bring you a one-of-a-kind private stay. Spend your days exploring the native bushlands and watching the sun set over the treeline.
Nestled amongst the native Kauri trees, this chalet offers a remote escape from the world. You’ll be a short drive to local sights including Karekare Beach. After a day of basking out in the sun, come back to a glass of wine on your secluded balcony.
Forget all your day-to-day worries when you wake up to the hushed sounds of the trees and the local wildlife. The Fantail Bush Chalet sits just a few moments by car from the Wainui Golf Course, Orewa beaches and local restaurants.
This suite amongst the treetops is jam-packed with everything you need for a few days away from the city. Situated on 1,000-acres of land, you can take your pick from horse trekking, kayaking, dirt biking, surfing, hiking and even feeding the farm’s friendly animals.
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
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.
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.
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.
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