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The Coolest Treehouse Hotels Across the United States

The trees aren’t just for the birds. Journalist Juliet Izon (@julietizon) explores four of America’s most beautiful treehouses where you can actually spend the night.🌲

Slide Background Post Ranch Inn (Big Sur, CA): Modernism comes for the humble treehouse at this beloved property on the central California coast. The Tree House rooms here are angular and sleek, while still maintaining an air of cozy comfort. Each room contains a fireplace, cushy window seat, and even a skylight to watch the stars as you drift to sleep among the trees. Slide Background Winvian Farm (Morris, CT): At this bucolic property in Litchfield County, CT, each room is actually a wacky, free-standing cottage, with no two alike (there’s even a room with a full-sized helicopter inside!). The Dr- Seuss-like Treehouse is one of the most popular lodgings for good reason: the two-story room is elevated 35 feet above the forest and also boasts a fireplace, steam shower, and oversized soaking tub. Slide Background Treehouse Point (Fall City, WA): This hotel, run by the famed Pete Nelson of Treehouse Masters, has seven different treehouse rooms, each seemingly more charming than the next. Pictured is the idyllic Upper Pond, which is ripped from the pages of a storybook. The treehouse, decorated with rustic décor, has enough room to sleep four, plus a large deck that overlooks the property’s tranquil pond. Slide Background Under Canvas Glacier (Coram, MT): There’s glamping, and then there’s the Treehouse Tents at Under Canvas’s property located on the border of Glacier National Park. Nestled in the heart of Montana’s Big Sky Country, these lodgings are rustic by way of high-design. Think king-size beds with high-thread count linens, a wood-burning stove, and a private deck with lounge chairs that’s ideal for gazing into the wilderness.

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