These 16 Luxury Treehouses And Other Woodsy Escapes Are Beyond Dreamy—And You Can Sleep In Them

Into the woods.

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Sure, beach vacations and urban adventures are great, but we're making a case for treetop hideaways as the ultimate escape. When you want to spend more time outdoors and take a break from everyday life, there's nothing like being surrounded by the quiet stillness of nature under a canopy of trees. Plus, treehouse hotels, Airbnbs, private estates, and resorts happen to feature some of the coolest architecture and design around the world. Read on to learn about the 16 destination hotels in wooded areas and forests you should plan your next holiday around. Nature lovers and design enthusiasts, prepare for major wanderlust.

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Arctic Treehouse Hotel, Finland

Located in the Arctic Circle, is a beautiful blend of local Lappish traditions and modern Scandinavian design. You'll have sweeping views of the Lapland forest and, if the timing is right, the Northern Lights. It's the perfect place for design aficionados looking for a unique experience. Bonus: Santa's Village is within walking distance from the property, so if you want to get in the Christmas spirit all year long, you may end up wanting to move in.

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Pacuare Lodge
Pacuare Lodge, Costa Rica

Head to for adventures in the Central American rainforest, romance, and true seclusion. When we say this place will get you far off the beaten path, we aren't kidding: It's only accessible by raft or cable car. It's eco-friendly and sustainable in every way imaginable. You can either lay low and recharge under the canopy of trees and spend your time at the spa with specialized, locally-inspired treatments, or you can get your adrenaline pumping with rainforest adventures like white water rafting and zip-lining.

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Winvian Farm, Connecticut

Come here when you want to reach peak happiness. has 18 lovely cottages sprinkled around the property, which sits in the Litchfield Hills. Each one is unique, boasting a different style and feel, from rustic to 18-century luxury, full-on kitsch, and country charm. Perched up in your treehouse, you'll be surrounded by nothing but the soothings sounds of nature.

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Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, British Colombia

This breathtaking wilderness resort offers so many incredible adventures unique to the location and all trips can be personalized with different packages curated around season, occasion, and need. From healing retreats to romantic getaways, wilderness adventures, and family fun, there’s no shortage of options. Think campfires on the dock overlooking the Great Bear Rainforest, heli-fishing, glacier tours, waterfalls visits, whale watching, and more. Basically, you’ll feel like you're living inside a dreamy National Geographic spread while at . It’s located on the Coast of British Colombia inside and you can only get there by float plane or helicopter. This is because there are no roads in the surrounding area, which is perfect for anyone who wants a secluded adventure with just the right dose of luxury and style thrown in.

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Mahali Mzuri, Kenya

There's luxury camping, or "glamping," and then there's this. With 12 luxury tents overlooking acres and acres of game reserve and nestled within Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve, Mahali Mzuri is truly incredible. Book your trip to sync up with the annual Great Wildebeest Migration if you can.

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The Fox House, Tennessee

With natural light pouring through the windows and canopied by trees, this dreamy retreat is the ideal place for a restful vacation. The interiors are understated, bohemian, and just as ethereal looking as the exteriors (wait until you see the canopy bed). And get this: It's just minutes from downtown Nashville. We see a staycation in one very lucky person's future.

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Under Canvas Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee

has glamping sites with Safari-inspired tents throughout the U.S., each one creating an immersive escape that connects travel and nature. Today we're spotlighting their Great Smoky Mountains location, where you can live amongst the pines, fall asleep under the stars and wake up to sounds of nature in an iconic national park. Though you'll be out experiencing the great outdoors most of the time, you'll get to return to a luxury campsite at the end of the day and unwind in style.

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Ritz-Calrton Langkowi, Malaysia

is an oceanfront resort on the Malaysian island set in a tranquil private bay and surrounded by an ancient jungle. The suites were designed to reflect the beauty and vibrancy of the nearby traditional villages, which are known as Kampongs. Designed by Philippe Villeroux of Kuala Lumpur-based Tropical Area Architects, the resort has been carefully created to fully immerse travelers in the island’s natural ecosystem and local culture.

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Primland, Virginia

With everything from archery, fly fishing, horseback riding, yoga, and water sports, is basically summer camp for adults (though there are plenty of winter activities, too). It's the ideal destination when you're in need of leisure, luxury, and renewal in a remote mountain range. Not only are the grounds and panoramic lookouts of the Bleu Ride Mountains breathtaking, but the interiors reflect a sense of modern style, too. So if you like the idea of staying in a treehouse, but you know, not one that's actually rustic, you'll be into this option.

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Rockwood Lodge at Old Edwards Inn & Spa, North Carolina

has a variety of private lodges on the grounds. You can stay in the more quaint cabins or estate lodges depending on your group. is a private eight bedroom home, which, though nearby, feels worlds away from the heart of downtown Highlands. It's perfect for large groups of friends, retreats, and family vacations. Casual luxury. It sits on top a beautiful mountain offering panoramic views of the surrounding forests and woodlands.

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Willow Treehouse, New York

If you want a more low-key treetop experience, book your stay at this . The panoramic window overlooks a lake with lovely Midcentury modern interiors and a spacious living area. It's only fifteen minutes outside of Woodstock, New York, too, so you'll be able to explore the cute downtown area while you're here.

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Twin Farms, Vermont

is an enchanting destination with secluded cottages spread across 300 acres of meadows and woodlands (there are six hiking trails on the property alone). Here, you'll make yourself at home in one of the whimsical and distinctive cottages. One of the inn's many charms (and perhaps the very reason for it's serenity) is that it's adults-only. The dining experiences here are also one-of-a-kind. Specifically, the menu is customized daily by renowned chefs and features locally sourced, seasonal ingredients (some of the produce is even grown on-site).

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Luxury Montana Treehouse, Montana

Right near Glacier National Park, this unique treehouse has 5 stars on (we can see why). From the charming spiral staircase to the wrap-around balconies and chimneys, it doesn't get any more picturesque than this. The rustic vibes reigns true inside the cabin, too, making it the ideal spot to stay in when you want a real woodsy experience. And did we mention that there are two live trees sticking through the residence?

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Chewton Glen Hotel and Spa, United Kingdom

Tucked away within estate are 14 treehouse suites stilted high above the wooden valley of the New Forrest. The main building is a traditional English countryside home with suites and all the amenities you'd expect from a luxury hotel. Though you can come here just for a getaway, it's known for it's specialized couples' wellness and detox program, the "Treetox."

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Game Creek Chalet, Colorado

For a classic ski trip with more privacy, stay at the . It's high above Vail Village (more than 10,000 feet to be exact) and nestled right in the glades of the Game Creek Bowl. It's a 4 bedroom, 5 bath secluded cabin with its own personal concierge service, personal chef, snowshoes, Snowcat transportation and more. You can ski right to the door, too.

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La Cabane Perchée, France

Reminiscent of something out of Disney's Smith Family Robinson, this quaint little treehouse is perfect for anyone looking for a quiet, unique place to stay while visiting France. This little hut overlooks a beautiful view of the countryside.

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