Need a break? Spend some time searching for the coolest Airbnb treehouse rental—you’ll never regret it. If your idea of getting back to nature means waking up in the treetops with the sound of rustling leaves and the wind, consider going this route and book a treehouse Airbnb. All across the country, you can find tree house rentals that have fun features like wood-burning hot tubs, porch swings, firepits, and of course, huge windows for gazing out at the surroundings. Here are 18 serene and design-focused Airbnb treehouse options for the outdoors-loving traveler.

Crystal Peak Lookout

Fernwood, Idaho

Wood-fired sauna time while watching the bluebirds flitting around the trees? Yes, please. This Idaho-based treehouse Airbnb was built in the ’50s and is surrounded by a peaceful 13 acres of woods, and features decor that is equal parts midcentury and woodsy. Fire up some burgers on the tree house’s wood-fired grill while keeping your eyes peeled for elusive moose.

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Secluded In-Town Treehouse

Atlanta, Georgia

For the spiritually inclined, or those looking to get more in touch with their senses on their next getaway, the Secluded In-Town Treehouse has a “mind, body, and spirit” theme: The sitting room is the “mind,” the bedroom is the “body,” and the hammock is the “spirit.” The treehouse, propped up on a 165-year-old, southern, shortleaf pine tree and surrounded by rope bridges, also has huge windows from which you can spend the entire day gaping out at the stunning Sacred Forest.

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Willow Treehouse

Willow, New York

The Catskill Mountains are known for having a plethora of intimate, rustic lodgings, and the Willow Treehouse doesn’t disappoint. The modern build of the tree house was designed by Antony Gibbon and built by William Johnson. The huge floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and bedroom overlook the woods and the swimmable pond. Plus there’s a full kitchen with a modern aesthetic, if your travel crew likes to prep at home. Don’t forget to soak in the wood-burning hot tub.

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Cozy Treehouse

Sanbornton, New Hampshire

The Cozy Treehouse, planted 12 feet in the air inside New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, is made from a mixture of reclaimed materials, and features plumbing, heating, a full bathroom, and a kitchenette with a medium-size fridge. Get back to nature by firing up the outdoor grill while relaxing in some Adirondack chairs. Plus, if the outside world beckons during your getaway, there’s Wi-Fi available in this unique tree house.

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Ryders Treehouse

Baird, Texas

If you’re looking for a vacation rental in the Lone Star state, consider a trip to Baird, where the Ryders Treehouse instantly captivates with an outdoor spiral staircase that leads up to a plush bedroom and well-stocked screened kitchen. The outdoor offerings are just as cozy in this two-story tree house: Relax in the hammock or on the porch swing that hangs from the sturdy branch of one of the many live oak trees that surround the property.

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TreeLoft at BaseCamp

Perryville, Missouri

For a design-focused treehouse experience, consider TreeLoft at BaseCamp. A skylight just above the king-size bed allows for nocturnal sky gazing with a remote solar shade to keep you sleeping in the wee morning hours. There’s a rain shower for two in the walk-through bathroom, a relaxing soaking tub, and plush robes for your comfort. The kitchen offers an indoor-outdoor coffee bar and tiny appliances for all your cooking needs. Outside you’ll find a hot tub placed next to towering, eastern, red cedar trees with a privacy fence, a separate deck for grilling or nesting in the trees, and a firepit below with ambient lighting for s’mores or storytelling to make this a one-of-a-kind experience.

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