One of the growing trends in the North Carolina mountains is treehouse rentals, giving guests a serene and more intimate experience to North Carolina’s natural back yard. Take a look and what there is to offer and how the treehouse rental experience differs from standard cabin rentals.
With room for five guests, this is the perfect treehouse for a small family looking to get away on vacation. Essentials such as linens, towels, and others are included during your stay.
Go completely off of the grid and unwind with a treehouse that does not have Wifi. This feature is in high demand for those who are overloaded on stress and really need to disconnect for a while so that they can resent and focus on their family during this trip.
There is access to the farm below and a private fire pit for smores and just enjoying the campfire with each other.
Backing up into the Big Ivy Pisgah National Forest, this sanctuary high in the trees provides an experience of nature for up to three guests. It is 12x12 with an 8x10 sleeping loft above the main area.
Get back to basics with small kitchen essentials for small meals and coffee. You can start your morning hike right outside the treehouse door into 20 acres of private forest area.
You can also drive down a mile and bike a trail in the Big Ivy, really grasping at an adventure full of nature and views.
Hearing the birds chirping and the quiet around you is a level of peace that every guest gets to enjoy.
Take on the mountain views and sounds of nature year-round with the exclusive heated treehouse.
Located just a few minutes from Asheville's downtown of breweries, restaurants, and shopping, guests are able to enjoy a bit of the hustle and bustle, while embracing nature in their treehouse.
It is located in a gated community for your safety and privacy during your stay. Bring your pet along for the stay and enjoy all 13 acres of forest just below.
Truly disconnect from daily life without Wifi access, allowing you and your guests to truly reset during your vacation.
Looking for something a little more rugged?
North Carolina is home to the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. During the summer and fall, consider going on a camping trip in the park. It’s a great way to roll out of your tent and hit the hiking trails.
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