Washington April 18, 2019
We Found 7 Spots To Sleep In The Trees In Washington This Summer
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the joy of sleeping in nature without the actual camping part — or if you’re ready to try something more unique than a standard hotel stay — spending the night in a treehouse will be a pleasure. And while a trip to
Treehouse Point in the Snoqualmie area is always delightful, you’ve got plenty of other options for sleeping in the trees here in Washington. These 7 look especially fantastic.
1. This Whidbey Island chateau.
This charming treehouse is Airbnb listing 1062312. It offers 2 bedrooms, a full bathroom, and sweeping views of Freeland forest. Your stay even includes a continental breakfast each morning.
2. This tiny treehouse in Washougal.
Ready to relive your childhood? When you rent this little treehouse (Airbnb listing 186878) you'll also have access to the main 4 bedroom house on the property as well as the soaking tub and sauna. But you're welcome to sleep in the treehouse, which many guests choose to do.
3. Seattle's urban treehouse.
You'd never guess this modern 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom treehouse was 10 minutes away from downtown Seattle, but it is, and it's perfectly peaceful. Rent it on Airbnb (listing 12730043) and enjoy a break from the chaos of the city.
4. The hilltop treehouse retreat on Lopez Island.
This place almost looks too incredible to be real. The 1 bedroom treehouse on Lopez Island has been featured in Curbed and the Seattle Times, and the breathtaking views are unforgettable. The Airbnb listing for this charmer is 10713555.
5. This peaceful treehouse in Redmond.
The Squirrel’s Nest is a 280 square foot treehouse nestled in the woods just outside of Redmond. It can accommodate up to 4 guests, and 100 percent of past visitors have given it a star rating. Its Airbnb listing number is 20585907.
6. The treehouses at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson.
A few years ago, Skamania Lodge announced the addition of two new treehouses on the property, and they've been popular ever since. Each treehouse will sleep 4 guests, and because they're only 15 feet from the ground, they're popular with families.
7. This waterfront treehouse near Gig Harbor.
This tiny treehouse is rustic, but it has everything you need for a perfect stay: A cozy bed, a coffee maker, a kitchenette, WiFi, access to a hot tub, and amazing water views. The Airbnb listing number is 15084263.
Have you ever stayed in a treehouse? Here are a few
other unique accommodations in Washington you’ll enjoy.