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From Georgia to Italy there are hundreds of places to stay in the trees. It's on my Bucket List, every since I watched and read Swiss Family Robinson as a kid. Then of course I went to Disney and saw that too. Tree houses have always seemed safe, and cool. Kids in my neighborhood built them out of whatever junk they could find, almost a desperate idea of fort building. I still occasionally see them, you know the kind with tires, trash bags cheap and broken furniture. Here are 5 awesome treehouses in that any Swiss Family Robinson afficianado would love to stay in.
1. Atlanta, Georgia Intown treehouse
Who wouldn't want to stay here? It's always booked up so make sure to get your spot. The link is in the picture. I mean it is the perfect writer's retreat, hint, hint AIRBNB. The treehouse is priced around $375 a night, and people are going there fast.
2.Swallowtail Studios Tree House
It's a cozy spot, cheaper than Georgia at $194 a night. This place is in Petaluma,CA and nestled in an Eucalyptus tree. Note: most of these places are not suitable for kids, they might fall.
3. New Hampshire Shire Spot
New Hampshire shire spot, you get tea (honey), gas grill, and there is one electrical light. Interesting enough the outhouse is a "humanure" run facility. Yes it is basically extreme composting-and they say if you are not sure what it is, research it. It's $95.00 with a two day stay minimum. Yes, it's cool and very North woods.
4. Treetop house Dunbarton,NH
This has a suspended bridge and it's 30 feet above the ground. They have a 75ft boardwalk that slowly moves through the trees to get you to the top! Priced at $150 per night.
5. Something a transcendentalist would love.
For $100 a night you get a hermit spot in Vermont. A gnome or a forest elf might just drop by according to the owners! There are hammocks, a fire pit and cooking area. It's great, only hitch is that it's not open until June.
It's like my dream come true! I'll be staying in one of these this summer and be on the lookout for a giveaway!
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