The story behind this tiny treehouse rental is amazing! It started with a little boy who wanted a treehouse for playtime, but then became a project he wanted to use to make money for charity.
Treehouse Rental Price
The average nightly rental price is $160. Prices vary depending on the season and holiday.
- One main floor and two loft spaces.
- 3 beds and up to 4 guests.
- 1 bathroom.
- Large porch wrapping around the treehouse.
- Two twin beds in the loft for kids or smaller adults.
- The main floor sofa is a pull-out full-sized bed to hold 1 to 2 adults.
- Kitchenette with sink, cooktop, and mini-refrigerator.
- Firepit and outdoor seating next to the multiple playground equipment additions.
One of the best things about this “cabin” in the trees is that the trees literally go through the building. Ellis took time over a few years to gather supplies to build this out of his own pocket, and he utilized many existing things, such as the tree itself for foundation support.
There are two entrances to this treehouse. One side is a single door and on the other corner is a set of glass French doors. Both sides lead to the expansive deck on the outside of this cabin.
The light fixtures and decor throughout the home are just as rustic as the treehouse itself.
I love that they have used logs to build the ladder, as well as live edge wood around the space to hold things like storage or a small toaster oven.
Opposite the wall with the sleeper sofa is an electric fireplace with a wall-mounted television. Just because this looks to be “off grid” out in the woods doesn’t mean that you have to do without the simple luxuries.
There are even a few DVD options here alongside books to help you occupy your time when not outside the beautiful surrounding property.
This little kitchenette is one of my favorite additions. The small sink, cooktop, and mini refrigerator give everything you need for basic meals. Plus cookware and dinnerware are provided.
The sofa bed pulls out to create a comfortable bed on the main floor. This is directly across from the TV and fireplace, so you can have a relaxing evening lounging in bed and watching your favorite movie.
Upstairs is a loft space with two twin beds. It’s ideal for a cozy retreat for the kids.
A treehouse with a bathroom? Yes! This is one update to the old-school space that is a necessity. You have hot water, a nice sized shower, and a toilet here for all of your daily needs.
The shower her is comfortably large and surrounded by tile. I love the addition of the seated edges on the shower basin. So nice to see in a smaller bathroom like this one!
If you want to book this tiny home treehouse to help this young boy raise money for charity, and enjoy a stunning location, check out the Airbnb listing. Let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.