Looking for the coolest, most unique, and best tree house rentals Washington has on to offer for the holidays? Well, you’ve come to the right place, as I’ve put together this incredible guide for the top picks for Washington treehouse accommodations that are guaranteed to impress!
Do you want to experience the thrill of a temperate rainforest getaway, a city hideaway, or a mountain adventure this year? If so, then Washington might be the perfect place for you. Everyone has dreamed of living high above the forest canopy in a treehouse at some point.
The secluded setting of a treehouse, surrounded by towering Douglas Firs and beautiful Evergreens, is a great place to escape from daily life. There’s something here for everyone, from family reunions to romantic getaways in the mountains.
With options ranging from the Cascade Mountains to the forest on Orcas Island, Washington State has several options for tree house rentals. Here you can enjoy some of the very best treehouse rentals in Washington State during your holidays on our list of the best.
Also, be sure to read my guides on treehouse rentals in California, treehouse rentals in Oregon, treehouse rentals in Montana, and treehouse rentals in Canada for more unique stays in the PNW/ West Coast area!
Location: Issaquah, Washington
Price: $300+ per night
“Located 22 Miles from Seattle on the Raging River, we are a bed & breakfast, wedding & elopement venue, special occasions, event & meeting center, and treehouse tour destination!”
There’s no arguing that Treehouse Point is one the most iconic and breathtaking treehouse hotels in Washington! Offering seven unique treehouse stays in Fall City, as well as a few other extraordinary vacation properties – booking a retreat here is guaranteed to keep you coming back for more!
Each treehouse is unique, but they all have one similarity – they were built by Pete Nelson, host of the Animal Planet show Treehouse Masters. Back to the treehouses, they all have queen-size beds, reading areas, outdoor decks, and tea and coffee-making facilities.
Prices and availability will all be different, so make sure you plan well in advance. I’d also recommend you follow them on social media, as sometimes they’ll post last-minute deals/ cancellations.
They’re super popular with tourists as well as Seattle locals and should be the first place you look for a Washington treehouse getaway.
The Klickitat Treehouse
Location: White Salmon, Washington
Price: $403+ per night
Arguably the best treehouse rental Washington has to offer, this Nordic-inspired property has all the design features that you’d expect to find in a five-star hotel rather than a wooded forest. This hand-built treehouse allows you to live in a contemporary kitchen, enjoy an 18-foot glass wall, and rejoice in classy furnishings and decor.
The Klickitat treehouse has two bedrooms with three beds and one bathroom. From its private wraparound balcony, this treehouse offers not only breathtaking views of Mount Adams but also an outdoor dining area and BBQ grill.
In the summer months, you’ll also have access to an outdoor shower where you can take a bath under the twinkling stars while watching mountains and valleys far away. What’s more, you’re not far from mountain biking and hiking trails, as well as other outdoor activities.
Mountain View’s Tree House Joint
Location: Monroe, Washington
Price: $220+ per night
Another favorite among PNW residents is the Mountain Views Treehouse Joint, which offers a unique glamping experience high in the trees in one of their different treehouse rentals.
Located less than an hour’s drive away from Seattle, this 420-friendly treehouse hotel Washington has to offer is truly special, and the owners go above and beyond to ensure you love everything about your experience.
The name of their treehouses are The Trippy, The Pot Leaf Treehouse, The Hashtag Treehouse, and the 420 Treehouse – so it’s safe to say you should be comfortable with marijuana if you book a stay here (but obviously not required).
It’s also located just a few minutes away from Wallace Falls State Park (which is one of my personal favorite hikes in Washington.)
Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge
Location: Snohomish, Washington
Price: $317+ per night
“Featured as one of the top 10 Airbnb treehouses in the country, and number #1 in Washington by Outside Magazine!
The “Sasquatch Treehouse Cabin” is surrounded by majestic evergreen trees and wildlife. This area is about 40 miles north of Seattle, so it’s easy to get here for a quick weekend getaway.
This well-equipped treehouse has two floors. On the first floor, you will find a small kitchenette, along with a cozy living room. The main floor also includes a soaking tub near a stone fireplace and a TV with free Netflix. On the next floor and up a spiral staircase, you will find a high-end memory foam queen bed.
It has everything you’ll need for a treehouse experience like no other, as you can spot forest animals from your window, enjoy some relaxing reading, or have a nice bath in the soaking tub. This cozy cabin treehouse sleeps up to three guests, so it’s perfect for a small family or a couple.
Treehouse Tranquil-A-Tree Glamping, Romantic, Vacation, Cabin Rental
Location: White Salmon, Washington
Price: $210+ per night
“Welcome to Lothlorien Woods Hide-a-Way – Abodes of Middle Earth! For those seeking to unplug and reconnect with the natural world, treehouse Tranquil-a-Tree and the Yurt at Rivendell are much-loved destinations in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge for Amazing Romantic Escapes.”
At the foothills of towering, snow-covered Mount Adams, this treehouse stands amidst tall Douglas Fir trees in the heart of the Cascade Mountain range of the magnificent Columbia River Gorge. You can also relax in the private hot tub while the stars, the sun, and the moon look down at you from the soft undulations of the first in Lothlorien Wood.
This Washington tree house rental sleeps up to four people, so it’s ideal for a friend’s trip or small families. Even better, it’s full of amenities, such as a fully-equipped kitchen, a BBQ grill, a stereo system, and board games.
That’s not all, it’s also close to the Columbia River National Scenic Area and the White Salmon River, which have tons of outdoor activities, from hiking trails to white water rafting.
The Osprey Treehouse in the Columbia River Gorge
Location: Stevenson, Washington
Price: $335+ per night
This 20-foot octagonal treehouse built around a 42-inch Douglas Fir tree offers a unique view of the surrounding nature. Additionally, there are 360-degree wall-to-wall windows that bring in loads of natural light and stunning views over the treetops and the surrounding forest.
Also, this Washington treehouse is within walking distance of the Columbia River, where you can explore bays and the riverfront, and you basically have your own private beach.
With a small kitchenette, a full bathroom, bar seating, a distinct dining area, and a big room – this Osprey treehouse has everything you can need for a cozy stay. During the evening, you can enjoy the sunset over the Columbia River from the outdoor balcony.
Seattle Urban Treehouse
Location: Seattle, Washington
Price: $219+ USD per night
“Hidden in the heart of Seattle, the Urban Treehouse provides the convenience of the city and the escape to the forest of the Pacific Northwest. Ten minutes from downtown, yet nestled among towering maple and cedar trees. Enjoy the pairing of the inner city with the tranquility of urban forest.”
While most of the treehouse rentals in Washington require you to head out into the woods, this unique treehouse rental is perfect for visitors making their way to Seattle but who don’t want a typical hotel experience.
Backed with glowing reviews from over 150+ happy travelers, this Washington treehouse rental is charming, romantic, and would be an unforgettable experience! Plus, this modern treehouse has got a spa whirlpool on the downstairs patio, so you can enjoy a luxurious soak.
Lastly, this cute tiny house has got a fantastic kitchen, a funky living room, and loads of natural light.
Frog Creek Lodge Treehouse
Location: Lakebay, Washington
Price: $240+ per night
Located just about an hour south of Seattle near the charming town of Gig Harbor in the Puget Sound, the Frog Creek Lodge has finally opened up their treehouse rental for bookings after years of planning and construction.
Complete with a beautiful spiral staircase that leads to a master bedroom loft, a full kitchen, a queen-size bed, and a spacious deck with outdoor seating – guests absolutely adore their stay here!
It’s one of the most affordable stays out of the luxury treehouses on this list, and there is no shortage of amazing things to do in the area – Olympic National Park would be a fantastic day trip from this treehouse.
Luxury Cascadia Treehouse with Hot Tub
Location: Washougal, Washington
Price: $400+ per night
If you’re traveling with a larger group of people and looking for a treehouse cabin rental near the border of Oregon, this Washington treehouse rental is perfect.
This stunning three-story vacation rental is the ultimate retreat with panoramic views of the Columbia River and Multnomah Falls. Complete with four beautiful bedrooms, an incredible full kitchen, a large living room, a movie theater, modern appliances, and so much more — the Cascadia Treehouse is simply one of the best luxury treehouse rentals Washington State has to offer for those with a love for luxury.
Location: Clinton, Washington
Price: $349+ per night
Supported by four Douglas Fir trees, this chic treehouse in Washington is literally surrounded by forest. On the first floor, you have a full kitchen, a living room, a small bathroom, and an outdoor deck.
Up the ladder, on the second floor, you’ve got a comfy queen bed with stunning views of the forest. That’s not all, as just a short walk from the treehouse is a hammock and an outdoor seating area with an outdoor fire pit.
There’s also a delightful private bathroom with a shower and bath that’s right next to the house, plus a propane grill, Wi-Fi, and heating and cooling. No wonder this Washington treehouse on Whidbey Island has such a high rating!
Tree House Rental Washington — Eagles Perch over the water
Location: Port Angeles, Washington
Price: $458+ per night
The cedar treehouse in Port Angeles, built on a bluff 20 feet above the ground, boasts one of the best views of the San Juan Islands. From the floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room, an ever-changing view of boats, birds, and colorful sunset surrounds you in all directions – making it ideal for that secluded treehouse photo.
The treehouse has a fridge and microwave as well as two fire pits. One propane fire pit is on the balcony, and the other is on the ground of this treehouse.
So, you can enjoy a traditional campfire dinner at one of these fire pits. The downstairs bathroom includes a shower, toilet, and sink, which will enhance your comfort in this treehouse. Featuring cedar and wormwood walls, board games, and a whimsical atmosphere, you won’t want to leave this treehouse.
Hansel Creek Gust Treehouse
Location: Peshastin, Washington
Price: $244+ per night
One of the most incredible treehouses in Washington State, this is a custom-built structure situated in the heart of the mountains. This home sits on 150 acres near the Alpine Lakes Wilderness trailhead, surrounded by towering pines in a lush forest. Despite its remote and isolated location, the treehouse is not far from shops, restaurants, and bars in Leavenworth village.
It also comes with a decently-sized sofa bed downstairs in addition to the king-sized memory foam bed in the loft. Moreover, a barbecue is available for cooking meals, and there is a refrigerator for storing snacks and drinks. However, the bathroom is in a separate building and a short walk around 100 feet away.
Pleasant Bay Lookout — Epic sea view with Outdoor Hot Tub
Location: Bellingham, Washington
Price: $188+ per night
The charming Pleasant Bay Lookout resides on the edge of a forested cliff overlooking the dazzling Salish Sea. If you want to wake up to one of the most breathtaking views in Washington, then this is the perfect rustic gateway. The forest outside the Lookout is full of songbirds, shorebirds, raptors, and peekaboo views.
This Airbnb treehouse has one room, which features a changeable sleeper sofa, a bookshelf, a table, and a chair. Guests can use the kitchen and bathroom at the owner’s home, which is just a few steps from the house. Similarly, guests can also use the outdoor hot tub close to the main home after a hard day of hiking or sightseeing.
Emerald Forest Treehouse
Location: Redmond, Washington
Price: $427+ per night
Next, we have this luxurious treehouse that also featured on Treehouse Masters, which has a wide range of amenities. Talk about glamorous camping! Firstly, this treehouse sleeps up to four people, with a queen bed and twin bunk beds.
Secondly, there’s tons of space, so you can enjoy movies on the 100-inch projector, make snacks in the kitchenette, or hop into the private hot tub for a relaxing soak. After that, make use of the outdoor shower or visit the half bath – which has a toilet and sink.
That’s not all, you’ll also get a free continental breakfast, and get this, it’s served via a 150-foot zipline.
Treehouse — Whidbey Island, Washington
Location: Freeland, Washington
Price: $130+ per night
There is nothing more quaint or tranquil than this 250-square-foot Octagon Tree Home, with a gorgeous cedar tree soaring straight up through the center of the living space. There are surrounding windows and skylights in the roof peak that allow you to have an intimate experience with the beauty, tranquility, and healing effects of a forest of cedar, fir, hemlock, maple, alders, and ferns while watching and listening to the wildlife.
The open floor plan features a living room, a working area, and an electric fireplace. Furthermore, you’ll find a fridge and microwave, a separate private bathroom, and a separate shower on the ground floor. Mutiny Bay Beach is just half a mile from this treehouse, where you can see the fantastic sunset at dusk.
Secluded Treehouse in the Mountains
Location: Goldendale, Washington
Price: $134+ per night
This red treehouse built from wood harvested on the grounds is a picturesque option to immerse yourself in nature. A secluded section of the forest surrounds the house, so you’ll be right in the middle of nature, with birds, elk, and turkeys living just steps from your front door.
It is suspended 18 feet above the ground with fantastic views. The first level deck features seating and a BBQ grill. Inside, there is a kitchenette with a sink and mini-fridge, a small dining area, and two beds. An en-suite toilet sits on the deck, behind a partially private wall.
Treehouse with Panoramic Views
Location: Olympia, Washington
Price: $214+ per night
There is no doubt that this Olympia home is one of the coolest places to stay in the entire state of Washington, even though it is on the rustic side. An enormous cedar tree supports this treehouse, which runs through its main living areas. Similarly, the expansive deck offers views of the 14-acre private property. This treehouse is a fantastic option for nature lovers and those who want to escape the modern world.
The home has an outdoor kitchen prep area, a propane grill, a fire pit, and a composting toilet. There is a separate shower house that guests of the campgrounds can share.
This beautiful outdoor cedar shower house with skylights offers panoramic views of the trees above the parking area. In addition, there are 14 acres of trails in old-growth forests for guests to explore.
AirBnTree at Adams Cove
Location: Olympia, Washington
Price: $182+ per night
Nestled in a forest of enormous Douglas Fir trees, this two-story Airbnb treehouse has something unique for everyone. This crafty treehouse comes with a small living space, a kitchenette with a microwave and mini-fridge, and even an indoor fireplace and TV.
The deck with bar seating is just outside the main gathering area, so you’ll be able to start your day with a cup of coffee while admiring the view. On the top floor bedroom, there is a romantic balcony and a seating area. A porch swing, a grill, and a fire pit are available under the treehouse on the ground floor.
The Squirrel’s Nest Treehouse — Peaceful Treehouse nestled in the Woods
Location: Redmond, Washington
Price: $259+ per night
In the suburbs of Redmond, Washington, you will find the scenic Squirrel’s Nest, a 280-square-foot treehouse situated between two fir trees. Despite being so close to the city, when you sit high above the trees in the middle of the forest, you’ll feel truly at one with nature.
The loft has a bathroom, a TV, and an electric fireplace. Additionally, you will feel more comfortable on its outdoor deck. The kitchen is quite small, but it still has a fridge, a toaster, and a coffee maker – perfect for snacks or a quick breakfast.
The Pond Perch Treehouse at Treehouse Junction
Location: Concrete, Washington
Price: $202+ per night
In the trees, 17 feet above the pond, lies this beautiful treehouse. This country-style treehouse in the North Cascade Mountains is perfect for a secluded private getaway. In the main living area, there is a queen-size bed and a Murphy bed.
There is a balcony in the main room of the house. It allows you to take in the beautiful view of the water outside. It has everything you need inside, including an indoor toilet, a microwave, and a refrigerator, as well as a fireplace. What’s more, you can wake up and enjoy a continental breakfast – provided by your hosts.
Unique Treehouse Cabin Washington
Location: Chelan County, Washington
Price: $227+ per night
This peaceful treehouse has two bedrooms, an outdoor deck, a BBQ grill, and a lovely living room. It’s so stunning and what makes it even better is the views of Lake Chelan.
Plus, this cozy cabin’s got a fully-stocked kitchen with a fridge, an oven, a microwave, and a coffee maker. You’ve also got access to a community beach, which is 100 yards from the property. It’s the perfect option for couples, as it’s close to hiking trails, local wineries, and nearby state parks.
Did I Miss Any of the Other Best Treehouse Rentals in Washington?
Washington is home to mountains, forests, and rivers. It offers so much to discover and explore. Take advantage of the magnificent landscapes by renting a treehouse in Washington.
This state has some of the most romantic treehouse rentals in the Pacific Northwest, ranging from rustic options surrounded by cedar trees to treehouses with floor-to-ceiling windows and loads of light. With that said, there are a ton of treehouse vacation rentals in the state of Washington and I can’t mention them all, so do let me know if there are a few standouts that you think I missed!