I can’t be the only one who constantly daydreams about running off to a treehouse in the woods, right?
Well, if you’ve found your way onto this article I’m sure you’re the same way inclined!
And luckily for you, there are some amazing treehouses closer to home than you think because North Carolina is home to some of the best treehouse rentals in the country.
So settle down and get ready to discover 31 of the dreamiest treehouse rentals in NC!
Price per night: From $165 for 2 people
Location: Robbinsville, Nantahala National Park
Booking a stay at Rivers Edge Treehouse Resort? Well, prepare to be pampered!
These six beautiful treehouses are filled with earth-conscious soaps, shampoo, and lotion along with big, fluffy towels that will make you feel like you’re staying at a five-star hotel.
On top of this, you can also expect a king-size memory foam bed with luxury linens, a TV, Wi-Fi, kitchenette, table and so much more!
Each treehouse also benefits from spacious decking from which you can soak up your stunning surroundings.
What guests say: “Whenever we need to “escape” the craziness of the world, River’s Edge Treehouse Resort is our go-to location. Sitting on the deck in the midst of the trees is the perfect ending to a day. The rooms are always clean and the beds are always comfortable. The fire pit by the river is a great place to unwind.”
Price per night: From $321 for 2 people
Location: Old Fort, nr Asheville
This Luxurious Secluded Romantic Treehouse might just win the award for one of my favorite treehouse rentals in NC.
The magic starts before you even step foot into the treehouse as you’re greeted by a swinging bridge and magical woods.
However, once you get inside, they crank up the magic even more!
The beautifully pristine white interiors are like something out of a magazine, and the treehouse is filled with all kinds of luxuries, from luxury bedding to an LED fireplace to a TV and Wi-Fi.
And to top it all off, you’ve also got your own private hot tub on the decking below! How heavenly!
What guests say: “A five-star experience! Amazing treehouse and hosts! Above and beyond our expectations. One of those places that you could imagine staying at forever. We’ve stayed at many unique Airbnbs, and this one definitely tops them all without hesitation. Many thoughtful, special, and welcoming touches.”
Price per night: From $250 for 2 people
Location: Scaly Mountain, nr Franklin
Fire Mountain Inn is home to some of the most well-known treehouse rentals in NC – and for good reason!
Their mission is to get you closer to nature, and they do this by omitting TVs, radios, clocks, and alarms from their three treehouses.
It’s safe to say you’ll return to normal life feeling totally rejuvenated. Inside, each treehouse is ridiculously luxurious, with king-size beds, large bathtubs, and so much more.
On top of this, each stay includes their hot gourmet Mountaintop Breakfast served at their Fire + Water restaurant, where each seat has breathtaking views that go out 50+ miles.
The views here really are second-to-none and the best bit is that you can enjoy them from your large private deck too!
What guests say: “We had a wonderful weekend at Fire Mountain Inn from the delicious food to the hiking recommendations. It was truly over the top. The treehouse was perfect for the two of us with a very clean room, bathroom, and porch with a beautiful view of the mountains. The food is delicious with a 360 view that is like a postcard. The proprietors make it a personal experience for everyone.”
Price per night: From $463 for 4 people
Location: Weaverville, Asheville
With its turrets, this Asheville Treehouse looks like it was plucked straight out of a fairytale.
Sure to fulfill all your childhood fantasies, the treehouse is seriously magical, with beautiful decor, trees poking through the property, and a large wraparound deck with an outdoor shower.
Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, the views are amazing at every turn, and the best bit is that they are completely unobstructed so you can soak them up even while inside.
Grab your friends, family, or partner for the vacation of a lifetime!
What guests say: “However nice this magical jewel appears on the internet, believe me, it far surpasses everything you can imagine. It’s the most beautiful, unique, and relaxing getaway imaginable. Everything was simply perfect. Reviews only allow up to 5 stars, but I would give this one 10.”
Price per night: From $185 for 2 people
Location: Hot Springs
For one of the most romantic treehouse rentals in NC, book a stay at Hot Springs Treehouses.
Nestled among a canopy of trees twenty feet off the ground in the Ouachita Mountains and bordered by a creek, their six treehouses benefit from seriously scenic surroundings.
The treehouses themselves are just as special, with luxurious king-size beds, fine linens, Wi-Fi, a Smart TV, and even your own private hot tub!
You can cook dinner in the small kitchen or on the grill, or you can drive six minutes down the mountain to downtown Hot Springs National Park for a great selection of quality restaurants. Yum!
What guests say: “I want to say it was horrible just to keep this gem a secret. Perfect for two! Simple and private. Mountain view, hot tub. Fridge and microwave, small coffee pot, full bath, and satellite TV, and Wi-Fi. Close to town too!”
Price per night: From $131 for 8 people
Location: China Grove, nr Charlotte
Cherry Treesort is home to some of the best treehouse rentals in NC, including the appropriately named ‘Big Nick’ that sleeps up to eight people.
But don’t worry, if you plan on visiting in a smaller group, there are five other treehouses to choose from, each as wonderful as the last.
They all benefit from their own unique amenities but you can expect spacious decking from all of them, so you can enjoy the surrounding woodland with your loved ones!
Cozy up by your fire pit and get ready for some spectacular sunsets.
What guests say: “This is a beautiful escape! We really enjoyed the opportunity to get away and unplug, and everything you need is here: towels, comfy beds and pillows, and coffee! It was great to see the kids unplug and spend hours playing outside: the horse swings were a big hit as were the trails and fire pit.”
Price per night: From $130 for 2 people
Location: Canton, nr Asheville
If you’re looking for somewhere you can disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life, and re-connect with nature and yourself, look no further than Celesterra Treehouse.
This 230 square foot Asheville treehouse is described as a ‘spiritual retreat’ and a ‘sacred space that floats between earth and sky about fifteen feet off of the ground’.
I mean, even the way you access the treehouse feels like you’re escaping normal life, as you have to climb a nine-foot ladder.
The treehouse itself was built by the TV show Treehouse Masters so you can rest assured that it’s a fantastic property.
What guests say: “Probably the best experience my girlfriend and I have had in an Airbnb. We were looking for different scenery and a special getaway for us to heal from home. Pictures just don’t do it justice. We had the time of our lives and nearly forgot about everything else.”
Price per night: From $323 for 2 people
Location: Derita/Statesville, Charlotte
If you’re a fan of beautiful interiors, you’ll fall head over heels for The Carolina Treehouse.
Seriously, I think this might be one of the most beautiful treehouses I’ve ever laid my eyes on!
Words will never come close to doing this place justice so please just click through to the listing and see it for yourself.
However, not only is the inside beautiful and well-equipped but the outside follows suit.
From the wraparound porch and the outdoor shower to the swing bed and the netted hammock bed, the outdoor space is well placed for you to enjoy the amazing views over the private pond.
What guests say: “Serenity & convenience! The property is really beautiful, and the attention to detail on the building is fantastic. Every piece of decor feels thoughtful and purposeful. We actually canceled our dinner reservations in lieu of getting take-out and relaxing on the deck. The beds were so comfy, and the water in the outdoor shower was piping hot.”
Price per night: From $200 for 6 people
Location: Norwood, nr Charlotte
Rocky River Cotton Treehouse is one of the simplest treehouse rentals in NC, but sometimes simple is all you need!
It’s certainly enough to disconnect you from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
The treehouse comprises a queen-size mattress in the loft, a queen-size futon in the living area, a TV, kitchenette, bathroom, and heating and air-conditioning.
The outdoor area is even more impressive with a BBQ, plenty of seating, a hammock, and most importantly, a canoe and four kayaks, so you can take to the water just a few steps away!
What guests say: “Value only goes to 5 stars, but I’d like to give it 10. Such an unbelievable experience. Angela and her son are incredible hosts; so accommodating and welcoming. The views are second to none. There’s fish everywhere, the water is beautiful, and the only thing you can hear is the sound of the water flowing over the rocks.”
Price per night: From $138 for 4 people
Location: Denver, nr Charlotte
Set on a six-acre farm, Crooked Shutter Treehouse is rustic but wonderful.
From the cozy mezzanine bed to the porch rocking chairs to the back garden with a fire pit, there are so many great places for you to relax and unwind!
Similarly, the kitchenette is well-equipped, and the bathroom is great too with a unique outdoor shower for you to try.
The treehouse is also lovingly stocked with board games, guaranteeing you a great stay here no matter rain or shine.
What guests say: “There are not enough wonderful and kind words to express how amazing this treehouse is. It’s like a setting out of a love novel. I proposed on the deck of the treehouse as the sun was setting over the trees and the birds and bugs were singing. This place is a true slice of heaven!”
Price per night: From $130 for 8 people
Location: Elizabethtown, nr Wilmington
Situated by the river next to a 147-acre private fishing pond, Greene’s Pond Treehouse is the perfect place to immerse yourselves in nature.
Take your pick from their fleet of kayaks and canoes and get ready to hit the water!
That’s where I’d spent the majority of my time anyway…
In terms of accommodation, your main treehouse is just for sleeping and relaxing on the terrace, whereas the separate Pond House has a stove, oven, microwave, and lounging area.
They ask guests to bring their own linens and towels, so this is definitely one of the more back-to-basic treehouse rentals in NC, but when the surroundings are this good, you won’t be complaining!
What guests say: “We had the best time! We have three small children and they can’t wait to go back to “the treehouse”. We fished every morning and evening from the dock and the kids caught brim and my husband caught catfish. He also caught his first striped bass! We went walking along the trails and saw male turkeys strutting around. The kids loved that.”
Price per night: From $240 for 4 people
Location: Laurel Springs, nr Boone
Treehouse on the Farm is one of the most popular treehouse rentals in NC, and it doesn’t come as much of a surprise when it looks this good!
The interior is an eclectic and unique amalgamation of furniture finds. It really is a piece of art and a true labor of love.
I can’t decide where I’d want to spend most of my time: on the swinging seats on the decking, on the rocking chair by the wood-burner, or soaking in the roll-top bath.
But I can guarantee that wherever you choose to relax, you’ll enjoy every second of it!
However, don’t spend all your time indoors as the treehouse is set within 72 acres of beautiful farmland.
It’s time to explore!
What guests say: “It was absolutely wonderful. Lisa brought us fresh eggs from the farm the day we arrived. We saw deer, heard the wind, and walked for an absolutely breathtaking view of the mountains. The treehouse was filled with beautiful art that was created and painted by Steve and we loved the view from every window and door!”
Price per night: From $129 for 2 people
Location: Fletcher, nr Asheville
Raven Rock Treehouse takes this treehouse business very seriously.
I mean that’s a TREEHOUSE if I’ve ever seen one!
Elevated fifty feet in the air and accessed by a spiral staircase, this is the stuff of childhood fantasy.
This Asheville treehouse benefits from some of the best views of any of these treehouse rentals in NC that are best enjoyed from the amazing deck.
Bring your morning coffee or evening wine along with you to soak up these incredible views.
The site is off-grid with no electricity but I fully believe that this only makes it better!
What guests say: “This treehouse is an amazing off-grid experience unlike any other! We absolutely loved being high in the trees in the mountains! The sunsets, sunrises, and waking up above the clouds were truly a surreal experience! The treehouse was spotless, the bed was comfy and the land was beautiful.”
Price per night: From $425 for 10 people
Location: Woodfin, Asheville
Tree Tops Treehouse feels like more of a luxurious vacation rental than a treehouse because it’s just that spectacular.
Sleeping up to ten people, this elegant and spacious treehouse is one of the best vacation rentals for families, a big group of friends, or even a bachelorette weekend!
The Asheville treehouse benefits from sumptuous beds, spa-like bathrooms, and an impressive entertaining space with a striking circular fireplace that I just can’t get enough of.
And there’s even a ping pong table!
Bring on the celebrations.
What guests say: “This is a beautifully renovated home that was perfect for our multi-generation family reunion. The four bathrooms were spacious and contained modern features. Lovely views. The central fireplace was a daily gathering spot. The kitchen was well equipped to make meals.”
Price per night: From $189 for 4 people
Location: Laxon, nr Winston
This Treehouse is one of my favorite treehouse rentals in NC for its comfort factor alone.
I mean, come on, it doesn’t get much cozier than this!
Step foot into the treehouse and you’ll quickly begin discovering all sorts of quirks and special touches, from a loft queen-size bed to an outdoor shower to a fully-stocked kitchen.
One of my personal favorite parts of the treehouse is the back deck which offers total privacy from the outside world.
Take your morning coffee and breakfast out there and you’ll soon feel the stress of daily life melt away!
What guests say: “The cutest place for an amazing intimate getaway! Mike was an awesome host who was more than accommodating! The treehouse was so beautiful! The outdoor shower was an adventure and we caught the most amazing sunrises! Absolutely breathtaking! “
Price per night: From $125 for 4 people
Location: Penrose, nr Asheville
If amazing views are what you’re after, amazing views are exactly what you’ll find at this Asheville Treehouse.
The inside is well-appointed with everything you could need for a comfortable stay but let’s be honest, you book a stay here for the mountain and valley views!
One thing I absolutely love about this treehouse is how many windows it has!
It gives the feeling of being in nature even when you’re inside and allows you to take in the amazing views.
What guests say: “My favorite room was the bedroom because of all the windows. It was so bright and pretty and the bed was very comfortable. We spent most of the days on the deck enjoying the view. The treehouse was very clean and perfectly furnished with everything we needed.”
Price per night: From $136 for 3 people
Location: Western Asheville
Any treehouse accessed by a rope bridge is good in my books, so Odd Bits Farm Treehouse fits the bill perfectly!
This magical little treehouse is simple but in the best way possible as it allows you to completely unwind from modern life.
It comprises a full-sized bed in the loft, a futon sofa bed downstairs, and a small kitchenette.
One of my favorite things about the treehouse is the outdoor hot water shower and toilet that have some of the best views of any shower or toilet I’ve ever seen.
Talk about getting intimate with nature!
What guests say: “If I could give this place 10 stars, I would. The treehouse is made of absolute magic! Every detail is beautifully thought out, and the hosts are incredibly responsive and helpful. I love the outdoor shower, and the kitchen is well appointed. Spectacular views, and a nice hike up to the nearest peak with a trail originating at the treehouse!”
Price per night: From $129 for 2 people
Location: Black Mountain, nr Asheville
I can assure you that Happy Place Treehouse will soon become your happy place – so much so that you’ll be rushing to book another stay here!
This romantic Asheville treehouse benefits from beautiful interiors, incredible surroundings, and a wonderful deck for you to enjoy the mountain views from.
(Including a two-person hammock that already has my name on it!)
Inside, the walls are lined with wood to give a cozy, mountain cabin feel that will take you far from the stresses of normal life, and the kitchen is lovingly stocked with goodies awaiting your arrival.
What guests say: “I loved this dreamy little escape in the mountains. Having a cup of coffee or glass of wine on the porch was really relaxing or reading in the hammock. It’s a breath of fresh air. Tiffany is very accommodating and quick to respond. The house was clean and had everything you needed!
Price per night: From $183 for 2 people
Location: Concord, nr Charlotte
Set amid a forty-acre farm, Luxury Stone and Timber Treehouse is easily one of my all-time favorite treehouses in North Carolina. It just exudes luxury!
Words really can’t explain just how special it is but expect lots of thoughtful, special touches.
From complimentary organic toiletries for your outdoor rainforest shower to cozy robes, rainboots, and socks for you to wear during your stay, you’ll feel nothing but welcomed.
But the luxuries don’t stop there!
There’s also hand-crafted furnishings, a sumptuous queen-size bed, a coffee bar with a Keurig coffee machine, and even a hot tub.
Basically, it’s the dream treehouse getaway!
What guests say: “Everything is perfect! The eco bathroom was clean, private, and perfect for the glamping experience! The farm animals are sweet, especially “Daisy” the hound dog. Our trip was complete with the on-site bonfire, hot tub, and treehouse! It was immaculately clean and we had everything we needed in the room ready for us – a lantern, an umbrella, and a mini-fridge! 5 stars!”
Price per night: From $400 for 10 people
Location: Southern Shore, nr Norfolk
Bees Nees Treehouse sure is the bee’s knees!
One of my all-time favorite treehouse rentals in NC, this natural hideaway is the perfect escape from modern life.
Designed to delight the eye and soothe the soul, the immaculate treehouse is beautifully decorated with crisp whites, mid-century modern design, and cheerful dollops of blush pink.
There are so many lovely little details discover, from the comfy chair on the deck to the local artwork on the walls to the lovingly-stocked kitchen.
Expect lots of modern amenities too, like a large-screen TV, surround sound, high-speed Wi-Fi, and all the best kitchen appliances imaginable.
It’s basically an interior designer’s dream.
And to top it off, you also have three porches to spread yourselves across and soak up the amazing sunsets!
What guests say: “We fell in love with the treehouse when we walked in the door. Very clean and perfectly maintained. Spoiled with a personalized goody bag and fridge stocked with champagne and drinks. Located across the street from the sound where we kayaked and watched the sunset every evening.”
Price per night: From $289 for 4 people
Location: North Asheville
Treehouses of Serenity is easily one of the most well-known and well-loved treehouse rentals in NC, and from the photo above, I’m sure you can see why.
The site is home to five beautiful treehouses, each of which is completely unique and different from the last. I can’t decide which is my favorite!
Maybe it’s Wizards Hollow for its Harry Potter-themed interior or maybe it’s Sanctuary for its beautiful interiors.
Well, no matter which one you choose you’re guaranteed an incredible vacation with even better views!
What guests say: “I’m already planning my next trip. I spent most of my time on the balcony staring at the mountains. It was absolutely stunning. My kids were happy with the Wi-Fi and loved their cozy bed nook. It was thoughtfully and tastefully laid out and decorated.”
Price per night: From $182 for 6 people
Not many treehouses in North Carolina do good views like Pisgah View Mountain Retreat does good views.
Seriously, they are something special!
The spacious patio is the best spot to soak up the amazing mountain landscapes, with its plethora of outdoor furniture ready for you to spread yourselves across.
However, a stay here isn’t just about the views because the inside of the treehouse is just as special!
Cozy and beautifully decorated, the living space is the highlight of the treehouse.
Get me onto one of the couches by the fire pit now!
What guests say: “This cabin offers a cozy setting amidst incredible views. Our favorite part of the day was watching the sunset on the back patio. Although the cabin is very secluded, you can find plenty to do in a short drive. We would love to visit again!”
Price per night: From $119 for 4 people
Location: Fletcher, nr Asheville
This Exclusive Heated Treehouse is one of the best treehouse rentals in North Carolina for small families looking for their own little slice of paradise.
Nestled on thirteen acres in a private gated community, the treehouse is a beautiful sanctuary where you’ll feel like you have the whole world to yourself.
In the treehouse, there are two small loft beds, as well as a full-size pull-out couch bed.
However, if you want to bring more friends or family along (or just fancy getting closer to nature!), you’re welcome to bring tents to camp on the wrap-around deck or down below deck.
And on a clear night, the stars will take your breath away!
But if you just want to stay inside, you’ll love the Blu-Ray DVD player with a movie theatre projector and surround sound. Movie night, anyone?
What guests say: “The tiny treehouse is very comfortable and was perfect for our family of four. The kids slept in the loft beds and the adults on the pull-out sofa. We loved playing with board games, cornhole, and sitting out on the spacious deck during the day, and roasting smores by the fire at night. The host left us smores making, movie popcorn, water bottles, and sausages for grilling.”
Price per night: From $125 for 3 people
Location: Ogden, Wilmington
There’s so much to love about The Robbin’s Nest Treehouse that I don’t even know where to start!
From the cozy interior filled with unique finds to the amazing outdoor porch and deck that make you feel like you’re living in the trees, there’s not much not to love.
The deck makes the perfect spot for a morning coffee or an evening glass of wine if you ask me!
The treehouse is also well-placed to enjoy nature as you’re only ten minutes from the beach and a minute from Intracoastal Waterway with paddleboard, kayak, and powerboat rentals.
What guests say: “To stay in the treehouse is an experience that goes far beyond the traditional Airbnb experience. Besides the great location and wonderful hospitality Charles offers, visitors will be wowed by the treehouse itself. Crafted by a true artist, this was our favorite stay thus far using Airbnb.”
Price per night: From $229 for 6 people
Location: Woodfin, Asheville
You’ve probably never seen a property like The Parkwood Treehouse before, have you? It’s pretty unique!
Inside, the treehouse is beautifully appointed with everything you could need for a comfortable stay, including a fully-fitted kitchen, spacious living area, bedrooms, and bathrooms.
And it gets even better when you step outside as you’ve got a gorgeous decking area with outdoor furniture, and a six-person hot tub where you can soak while watching the sunset. Idyllic!
What guests say: “I really enjoyed my stay at The Parkwood Tree House. The location was close to downtown but felt very private. It is in a quiet neighborhood, but it is surrounded by trees and the balconies overlook the woods. The space was very clean and well kept.”
26. Beacon Treehouse
Price per night: From $85 for 2 people
Location: Beaumont, nr Hendersonville
Beacon Treehouse is the ultimate intimate romantic getaway for two.
This tiny little treehouse comprises only a double bed but that just allows you and your loved one to focus on what’s most important: each other!
Outside on your decking, you’ll find a little seating area where you can dine alfresco and soak up the scenery.
Surrounded by fairy lights and lanterns galore, it’s nothing short of romantic!
There’s also a Keurig coffee maker, heated electric blanket, fire pit, and an outdoor toilet and heated shower.
What guests say: “Hands down the best Airbnb we have ever stayed in! This place is just what we needed; you really feel like you are fully immersed in nature here, while also being within five-ten minutes to local shops and restaurants. The hosts were super accommodating and made sure we had what we needed! “
Price per night: From $110 for 3 people
Location: Hillsborough, nr Durham
Featured in an issue of Southern Living Magazine, Center for Creative Balance Treehouse is an impressive structure comprising three levels, the top two of which you have access to!
It’s a cozy, book-lined, recently renovated space with elegant decor and a wraparound porch, with a table, chairs, and hammock, that allows you to soak up your surroundings.
Speaking of surroundings, you’ll find yourself sat amongst a beautiful, mature, piedmont forest abounding with wildlife.
A stay here will have you returning to normal life feeling completely rejuvenated.
What guests say: “Jim and Libba’s home is truly a 5-star experience. We were blown away by how lovely everything was. From the set up of the dining table to the cabin being nice and warm, to the absolutely gorgeous built-ins with an extensive book collection, every touch of the house was an experience.”
Price per night: From $125 for 2 people
Location: Foscoe, nr Boone
If I had to describe Hound Ears Treehouse in just one word, it would be ‘beautiful’.
It’s easily one of the most beautiful treehouses in North Carolina, and when you see the inside for yourself, I’m sure you’ll be quick to agree!
From modern kitchen appliances to a lovely round bath to a bubbling hot tub out on the deck, there are all kinds of luxuries to discover.
Outside you’ll also find a fire pit and grill so you can dine alfresco to your heart’s content!
However, if the weather’s not on your side, you can cozy up inside in front of the TV.
What guests say: “I was looking for a short and restful getaway with my partner before starting a new job, and this intimate, adorable little place did the trick. It truly is a treehouse — an octagonal chalet up a rock face in the woods with four glass walls. I literally did not leave the property for four days and could have done it for four more.”
Price per night: From $241 for 6 people
Location: Green Mountain, nr Asheville
Both the exterior and interior of Sugar Creek Treehouse are something seriously special.
Please click through to its listing and check out all the photos if you don’t believe me.
Then, you’ll understand why this artist’s treehouse is one of my all-time favorite treehouse rentals in NC.
Words really can’t do this place justice but what I can name are some of my favorite things about it: its bubbling hot tub, floating log staircase, romantic upstairs loft with Juliet balcony, outdoor hammock, crackling wood stove, the list goes on…
Sounds good? Book yourself in!
What guests say: “This treehouse is so well stocked with anything you need. Even stackable washer and dryer! It’s so well built and decorated with whimsy! We so enjoyed the fire pit day and night! And the jacuzzi! Such a beautiful setting. This place is a GEM!”
30. Woodland Chalet
Price per night: From $118 for 3 people
Location: Barnardsville, nr Asheville
If you want to be completely surrounded by nature, this Woodland Chalet might just be one of the best treehouse rentals in NC for you!
This enchanted forest retreat completely immerses you in nature and you’ll feel that as soon as you arrive.
To even access the treehouse you must walk along a 150-foot inclining footpath, and once inside, you have to climb a ladder to access the sleeping loft.
Inside, the kitchen is very well-equipped with everything you could need to cook up a feast!
I’d recommend taking your food out to the decking where you can enjoy it alfresco.
What guests say: “The Woodland Chalet was perfect! It exceeded all of our expectations! The treehouse was so adorable and the outdoor shower was amazing! We loved falling asleep and waking up to the sound of the rain & nature. All around an amazing time!”
Price per night: From $175 for 4 people
Location: Johnsonville, nr Murphy
Last but absolutely by no means least on this list of the best treehouse rentals in NC, we have Creekside Treehouse.
Sat creekside with amazing mountain views, nature is at its best at this treehouse!
And the best bit is that regardless of whether you toast marshmallows on the fire pit, relax on the deck, or cook on the grill, there are so many outdoor spots where you can enjoy your surroundings.
Inside, the treehouse is just as cozy with sumptuous furnishings guaranteed to give you a great night’s sleep.
What guests say: “This place is out of a fairy tale. It’s perfectly splendid. The bed was comfortable. The small coffee pot was perfect. We slept snuggly. There’s a beautiful deck under the treehouse which is where my husband and I spent most of our time. Nature kept us entertained thoroughly.”
Quick Breakdown of the Best Treehouse Rentals in North Carolina
As you can see, there are so many amazing treehouse rentals in NC and I’m sure you’re already struggling with which to choose!
That’s why I’ve done the legwork for you and shortlisted six of the best for you which will hopefully, narrow down your search.
My personal favorite treehouse rental in NC: The Carolina Treehouse
The cheapest treehouse rental in NC: Beacon Treehouse
Most luxurious treehouse rental in NC: Bees Nees Treehouse
Most unique treehouse rental in NC: Raven Rock Treehouse
Best treehouse rental in NC for couples: Luxurious Secluded Romantic Treehouse
Best treehouse rental in NC for large groups: Tree Tops Treehouse
So there you have it: 31 dreamy treehouse rentals in North Carolina that you absolutely have to stay at!
It’s safe to say there’s an amazing selection of treehouses in North Carolina, and you’d be silly to not book a stay in at least one of them.
Regardless of which of these treehouse rentals in NC you go for, I hope you have an amazing time away!