Planning a trip and searching for the coolest treehouse rentals in Georgia? Well, look no further, as I’ve put together this amazing guide for Georgia tree house rentals on Airbnb and other booking sites that you’ll fall in love with!
Raise your hand if you’ve dreamt of having a treehouse in your backyard as a kid! Whether or not you’re a kid-at-heart, an experience of staying at a treehouse villa or treehouse cabin is a retreat where you can forget your worries while being surrounded by trees and scenic views. While hotels make for convenient accommodation, there’s nothing like the holiday experience you get by staying in a treehouse.
Georgia, USA puts everything you want your travel experience within reach. In Georgia, you go out and live. Located in the Southeastern state of the United States, this state offers both bright lights from big cities and towns boasting vibrant arts and cultural scenes; and beautiful natural wonders – lush forests, beautiful beaches, forests and mountains.
Live out your childhood dream for a few nights in some of Georgia’s amazing treehouse rentals! We have listed 17 breathtaking treehouses in different areas of Georgia, from modern treetop lodges to romantic and secluded treehouses. Check it out!
Modern Mountain Treehouse – Beautifully Renovated 2 Bed/2 Bath In Big Canoe
Location: Big Canoe, Georgia
Price: $164+ night
This Treetopper boasts modern comfort and amenities that blends perfectly with the sweeping views of the beautiful North Georgia mountains. Located in Big Canoe, guests have access to different amenities and activities like the golf course, swimming pool, fitness center, a fishing lake, and hiking trails. It’s perfect for nature lovers and adventure-seekers who are looking for a temporary escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.
The Treetopper features both modern interior and high-end appliances like the Bosch brand that you can see in the kitchen. There are two bedrooms, a master bedroom with a queen bed and a marble tiled bathroom with rain shower and wand sprayer. The guest room has two twin beds and a combination tub/shower. Other features of this treehouse include a WiFi, heater, linens and towels, and a deck where both sunrise and sunsets can be seen.
Waterfront cabin treehouse embraced by 52 acre nature preserve and USFS
Location: Dahlonega, Georgia
Price: $250+ night
Retreat to nature and get unplugged! This waterfront cabin treehouse situated in Frog Call Retreat, a 52 acre private nature preserve, is the perfect place to relax, reconnect, recharge, and restore balance.
This cabin treehouse, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms can accommodate 6 guests. It overlooks the large pond, waterfalls, fire pit, and dock seating area. Enjoy a warm bath in the clawfoot tub while drinking a glass of wine and looking out to the beautiful pond. Only minutes from the town of Dahlonega, you have that “seclusion” while in the property but also have easy access to the must-see destinations.
During your stay, you can create your own customized activities; from therapeutic massage, golf, yoga, drumming, pottery classes, nature hikes, winery tours, and many more. The Frog Call also offers discounts for large groups, solos and midweek specials!
Inn The Ravine Luxury Treehouse – with hot tub, fireplace & firepit
Location: Cherry Log, Georgia
Price: $325+ night
A treehouse located in the ASKA ADVENTURE AREA, Inn The Ravine displays the view of the National Forest. The treehouse has its own deck and rooftop porch where you can sip your morning coffee or cap off the day with a glass of wine.
We can’t pick what we love most about this treehouse: upscale living space with high ceilings, the open concept California King bedroom, coffee bar, outdoor shower, the fireplace, or the sunken hot tub. Despite it being situated next to National Forest, Inn The Ravine has all sorts of amenities like a full kitchen, a flat screen TV, enclosed double headed rain shower, and WiFi. You can relax in comfort while experiencing treehouse living!
Inn The Ravine is one of the most beautiful treehouses you can find in Georgia!
Beautifully Restored Historic Mountain Cabin-A TreeHouse in the Woods w/wifi
Location: Lakemont, Georgia
Price: $293+ night
Perfect for large groups or families, Wiley Mountain Lodge features tree top views and clean mountain air. Located in the midst of the Appalachian mountain range, the lodge is minutes away from Lake Rabun Marina, Lakemont Village, vineyards, shops, restaurants, rafting, trails, waterfalls and Parks.
In Wiley Mountain Lodge, you can enjoy the mountain life. You will love eating outdoors, swinging on the porch, wearing old flannel shirts and making S’mores on a stick. Cook up a storm at the fully equipped kitchen and enjoy your meal at the deck while enjoying the view of the trees and the wind breeze. Other features that guests can enjoy include the claw foot tub with stand-up shower, spa whirlpool, washer and laundry, television, and WiFi.
Make your family getaway a unique experience. Book Wiley Mountain Lodge now!
TREEHOUSE WITH ELEGANCE
Location: Ellijay, Georgia
Price: $186+ night
For the perfect intimate getaway with your special someone while reconnecting with nature, you can head over to Ellijay, Georgia where you can stay in this elegant treehouse.
This treehouse is equipped with a bedroom with a king bed, a full kitchen, walk-in shower, entertainment and essentials like WiFi, AC, and heating. Upon arriving, you will be welcomed by the host with a glass of complimentary wine and cheese platter. Immerse in nature and have a romantic dinner by the deck or have a dip in the outdoor tub while enjoying a glass of wine you received as a welcome gift as you enjoy Georgia’s nature.
Sophie’s Roost Treehouse at Candlelight Forest Resort
Location: Chickamauga, Georgia
Price: $200+ night
Nestled on the side of Early Moon Ridge at The Candlelight Forest in Chickamauga, Sophie’s Roost is the perfect place to experience the vibrant Chattanooga. It is a 20-minute drive to downtown and surrounding attractions like Cloudland Canyon State Park, Rock City, Ruby Falls, and The Chickamauga National Battlefield Park.
Sophie’s Roost is beautifully and thoughtfully decorated to provide you the best glamping experience. It features a private queen bed nook, an open living area, a full bath, and a loft bedroom with a half bath. The best part? You cook your meals outdoors and have an alfresco dining with the view of nature!
This treehouse is a favorite among guests that are visiting Georgia. Don’t miss out, check it out!
Urban Glass Tree House
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Price: $220+ night
This Urban Glass Tree House located in Atlanta, Georgia boasts modern, luxurious, and IG worthy interior. This architectural gem features a glass rail balcony, heated tile floor, and a gourmet kitchen complete with Miele appliances. The interior glass walls offer the beautiful views of the neighborhood. Enjoy a good cup of coffee freshly roasted from the local artisan “Bilt Coffee” company.
A stay in this Urban Glass Tree House is perfect for guests who want to have easy access to midtown Atlanta and the GA Tech campus.
Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Price: $380+ night
Built up in a rescue farm in a neighborhood in East Atlanta, this treehouse provides a breathtaking view of the farm’s private bamboo forest. This Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse is one of the most Wish-Listed Airbnb so make sure to book your check-in dates in advance!
The treehouse is built with reclaimed architectural antiques, with two skylights, vaulted ceiling, and also features century stained glass, heart of pine floors from an old nineteen oh five church, and Victorian French doors. It is relatively a small treehouse with only 12×12 space and 8×12 loft, but the experience you get while staying here is incredible.
Here, you’ll wake up every morning and see beautiful Bolivian suri alpacas and llamas roaming and wandering around. The treehouse features a loft bed with queen memory foam, a private toilet and gorgeous walk-in shower, and a kitchenette with a small fridge and a Keurig coffee maker. There is no TV and Wifi, but who needs them when the view and the surrounding is as good as it is here?
ATL Treehouse/Couples, Heat-A/C, Weddings, Hot Tub
Location: East Point, Georgia
Price: $386+ night
ATL Treehouse is not only charming; the hosts also provide private chef, onsite massage services, and accommodates events like photoshoots, weddings, and parties alike.
The treehouse sits in a 400 year old oak tree in a neighborhood in East Point, Georgia. From every room of the home you have a view of the stunning koi pond. It features a bedroom, a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker, and a patio. While there is no full bathroom in the treehouse, there is a composting toilet and a vintage sink for handwashing. Guests can access the private bathroom in the main house. Other amenities such as hot tub, the outdoor kitchen, and fire pit are shared with other guests in the property.
Beautiful Tree House for a Romantic Getaway on a Farm near Chattanooga Valley, Georgia
Location: Flintstone, Georgia
Price: $194+ night
This bohemian-style treehouse is romantic and charming! It is beautifully decorated and furnished with a lounge area, a kitchenette, and a loft bedroom with king size bed. Other amenities include air conditioning, heating, WiFi and cable, and parking.
Wake up in the morning, wrap a blanket around your shoulders and plop down in the deck chairs to watch the farm come to life. This is perfect for guests who are going on a romantic getaway to celebrate anniversaries or honeymoons!
Eco-Friendly Tree House Pods for a Georgia Glamping Experience
Location: Wildwood, Georgia
Price: $298+ night
Nestled in Wildwood, this eco-friendly treehouse provides the ideal setting for a Chattanooga/Georgia glamping weekend. The treehouse gives you that feeling of being one with nature while still enjoying the luxuries of a hotel.
It has two sleeping pods that feature two twin fold-out beds that can convert to a king-size bed. The open-air living area has plush sofas and a gas fireplace coffee table where guests can relax and unwind while taking in the beautiful surroundings. On the cover deck, there is a kitchenette equipped with appliances including a fridge, a butane stovetop, a griddle grill, and a small sink.
Secluded Intown Treehouse
Location: Springlake, Georgia
Price: $375 USD+ per night
Last, but certainly not least – this beautiful and luxurious treehouse rental has been crowned Airbnb’s #1 most wished-for listing in the world, and has generated a significant amount of public attention and admiration!
Three charming treehouse rooms are strung together with rustic wooden bridges, among lush forest surroundings. Complete with sparkling fairy lights that draped from the suspended structures, you’ll feel like you’re living in a fairytale story while staying here!
Floating in the trees, this property is possibly the coolest and the best Treehouse Rental in Georgia! Perfect for a unique romantic getaway, just just make sure you book well in advance as this place is reserved quite often!v
Treasure Hunt Treehouse
Location: Kennesaw, Georgia
Price: $177+ per night
Located just a 20 minute drive outside of Atlanta, enjoy this spacious 3-story with a unique and adventurous twist to your average stay: a treasure hunt. Sitting above a trickling stream, this treehouse is connected by a rope bridge sitting amongst the bamboo leaves.
Owl in the Oak Treehouse
Location: Duluth, Georgia
Price: $165+ per night
This picturesque treehouse with a fairy lit bridge is perfectly secluded in the forest while located just a few minutes from downtown. Enjoy your morning coffee or tea on the wraparound deck overlooking a small stream below.
Hang out on the bench overlooking the stream and read during the day, watch the lightning bugs fly around at dusk, and fall asleep to the owls hooting. If you’re looking for a gorgeous weekend getaway, this is the treehouse for you.
Location: Stonecrest, Georgia
Price: $350+ per night
Trinity Treehouse is a hand-crafted escape amidst nature, beauty and art. Located just 25 minutes from Atlanta, this treehouse sits adjacent to Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve, 2,500 acres of rolling hills, granite outcroppings, two lakes and miles of wooded and paved trails.
Guests are welcome to sit by a blazing fire at the fire pit or enjoy the calmness of the Zen garden with water feature, Japanese lantern and black bamboo fence.
Mountaintop Luxury Treehouse at Selah Ridge
Location: Ringgold, Georgia
Price: $329+ per night
Escape to this mountaintop treehouse retreat for solitude and tranquility. Located minutes from wineries, hiking, whitewater rafting, and scenic activities in Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley. An arched bridge connects the treehouse to the custom-built hot tub. Take in the views and sounds of the forest while experiencing the outdoor shower. Spend your night on the balcony with a nice glass of wine or roast smores on the fire pit.
Firefly Bend Treehouse with Hot Tub
Location: Suches, Georgia
Price: $150+ per night
This private treehouse features a modern design and is nestled on a hillside near a creek and waterfall on the Hemlock Farm. Just behind the property is access to the national forest and hiking trails. Uniquely designed with an outdoor kitchen and firepit. Unwind from a day of hiking and exploration in the hot tub.
If your dates aren’t available, check out the sister property: Abbie’s Waterfall Treehouse
Am I Missing Any Amazing Treehouse Rentals in Georgia?
Georgia has so many amazing places to visit, and that includes treehouse rentals! If you think that I’m missing out on some key listings from this list, please do let me know as I’d love to keep this list updated with the best of the best!
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