December 2, 2015 Wander-lust

These are the best treehouses around the world

I was watching this show called Treehouse Masters on Discovery channel and it inspired me to write this post.
I grew up building treehouses and huts and the TV show completely takes me back to my childhood. But Tree houses are not just for children anymore.
Check out these amazing treehouses and find your inner nomad!

Tranquil Resort, India
Wow, what a treehouse! This is not something you can build overnight. No, this is a luxury threehouse in the middle of a coffee plantation in India.

(Source: tranquil resort)

Tree House Point, USA
Three house point offers several treehouses on the property. Our favorite treehouse is the “Temple of the Blue Moon”.

With a hanging bridge leading to the beautiful treehouse, it truly feels magical. 
Check their Instagram and be inspired.

(Source: Treehousepoint)

Free Spirit Sphere Treehouses
Previously featured in my blogpost about the top 5 wanderlust hotels in the world, this is a fairy-tale treehouse you want to sleep in.
Lucky for you, it’s possible! Just head down to Canada 🙂

(Source: Free Spririt Sphere)

Yellow Treehouse Restaurant, New Zealand
Not a Treehouse for sleeping or playing but a Treehouse for eating! This restaurant looks like a hot air balloon where you can dream of flying off into a new world. This New Zealand based restaurant has had a lot of media attention so if you want to eat here, make sure you book well in advance!
They host private dinners and weddings too.

(Source: Yellow Treehouse Restaurant)

Beach Rock Treehouse, Japan
Part of the Beach Rock Village (amazing) in Okinawa, this is a treehouse that was build for a purpose; communicating with the space outside. Feel one with nature. Build and designed by Kobayashi Takashi, It’s also referred to as the ‘plexiglass portal on the world’.

One of the best treehouses ever

La Casa Del Arbol, Ecuador
This cute treehouse is not the best looking treehouse in the world but the location is somewhat amazing. You can literally swing over the edge of the world (2660 feet above sealevel!) Thrill seekers from all over the world try to get the rush and sail over the city of Banos. Bucketlist?
More info here.

Overlooking an erupting Mt. Tungurahua at the “edge of the world”  (Photo by Sean Hacker Teper)

The “Treehouse Masters” Spirit Treehouse, USA
This is one of the best treehouses build by pete who heads the hit series Treehouse Masters on Discovery Channel.
It’s solar powered and build in the backyard retreat of a New York based writer. I bet she will get inspired to write some amazing stories in this treehouse!
Check here to see part of the episode.


“Sleeping in treehouses makes you feel at peace and one with nature”

Three Story Treehouse, British Columbia inCanada
It’s a shame that it’s a children attraction, but it doesn’t stop adults climbing inside this enchanted treehouse up in British Columbia.

Why only 1 treehouse, if you can build three into one right?
More info on

Part of the enchanted forrest 

Mirror Cube, Sweden
It’s a very modern treehouse but because of the mirrors, this structure almost disappears into the trees almost as if it’s a tree itself.
Inside it looks incredible cosy and includes a 1 persons bed. Designed by Tham & Videgard architects, this Swedish hotel is definitely worth visiting!
They also have other treehouses such as the Cabin and the UFO treehouse. Be aware that it will cost you about 400 euro’s to stay the night.

TreeHotell Photographer Ulf B. Jonsson.

Monbazillac, France
This treehouse is listed on Airbnb and looks like a castle. It sleeps 2 people and has a lovely bath & bedroom.
Book it here!


Aromantica Treehouse, Italy
Now this is a treehouse we can afford. For about 140 euro’s per night you can sleep in this peaceful treehouse.
Surrounded by nature, this is the perfect romantic gateway in Italy. It includes a private shower, balcony (with stunning views!) and a beautiful bed.
Not convinced yet? Check here and book!

(Source: Airbnb)



Want more? Check here for the top 5 Wanderlust Hotels in the world.

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