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Treehouse Rentals in Georgia You’ll Want to Book ASAP

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If you’re looking for an exciting escape close to home, why not try a treehouse? These homes are the ideal way to be at one with nature while also feeling like a kid again! The great news is that you can find treehouses throughout Georgia, accommodating anywhere from two to eight guests. Luckily for you, I’ve done all the research to narrow down the best treehouse rentals in Georgia for your next vacation. So, all you have to do is choose one and book it! You can find these unique accommodations in north Georgia, Atlanta, the suburbs, and even in charming Savannah. I hope one of these extraordinary Georgia treehouse rentals on Airbnb provides the perfect escape for you!

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Treehouses in North Georgia 

Bed+Bough, an enchanting Treehouse Retreat

Bed + Bough Treehouse in Dawsonville, GA

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Just an hour north of Atlanta, you’ll find this adorable treehouse that looks like it’s straight out of a storybook. Whether you’re headed to Dahlonega’s wineries, hiking, or looking to spend time away from the city, Bed + Bough is where you’ll want to be! For more information about Stay Dahlonega’s high design escapes, follow @staydahlonega on Instagram.

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Daybreak- Designer Treehouse with amazing views

Daybreak treehouse in Dahlonega, GA

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Daybreak is another of Stay Dahlonega’s craftsmen-designed luxury properties in north Georgia. Situated on a ridge with amazing mountain views, this home provides the perfect weekend getaway. You’ll be surrounded by nature while also being just minutes from Dahlonega’s best wineries. Find out more by following @staydalonega on Instagram!

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Le Petit Chateau at Candlelight Forest

Le Petit Chateau treehouse in Candlelight Forest

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Le Petit Chateau is one of two treehouses available for rent in Candlelight Forest. This unique home is decorated in a French farmhouse style! Plus, it has room for 6 guests and 6 and a deck with a Canopy Kitchette for an ideal grilling experience. Although Le Petit Chateau is technically in Georgia (Chickamauga), you’ll only be 18 minutes from downtown Chattanooga! 

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Sophie’s Roost at Candlelight Forest

Sophie's Roost treehouse in Candlelight Forest

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Sophie’s Roost is the second treehouse in Candlelight Forest. As you might be able to guess by the name, this home was decorated by Sophie’s of Chattanooga! One of the best parts of staying in Candlelight Forest is that you receive access to the grounds and its many amenities. For example, you can go fishing and canoeing on Lake Angela, explore the many hiking trails, and even play cornhole with the family!

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Whippoorwill Retreat Treehouse

Whippoorwill Retreat Treehouse

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Whippoorwill Retreat is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious treehouses you’ll find in Georgia. For example, this Airbnb even offers services from a professional chef! Moreover, Whippoorwill is located on Sand Mountiain–just 20 minutes from downtown Chattanooga. Every detail of this home is perfectly crafted, including the stunning wrap-around porch and “Donald the Butler”, a luggage lift you can use to unload your belongings!

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Treetop Hideaways: Luna Loft

Luna Loft treehouse

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If you’re looking for the perfect blend of glamping meets boutique hotel, you’ll love the Luna Loft. This treehouse is both rustic and refined, with an interior made of reclaimed barn wood, a bathroom with exposed copper piping and a penny floor, and a kitchenette stocked with complimentary drinks and snacks! Relax while sipping wine on the deck or venture into nearby Chattanooga.

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Wiley Mountain Lodge – A Tree House in the Woods

Wiley Mountain Lodge treehouse

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Wiley Mountain Lodge is the biggest treehouse on this list, with room for up to eight guests! This property was originally built as an inn to welcome visitors from the Tallulah Falls Locomotive Trains in the early 1900s. Nowadays, it’s been converted into a cozy mountain retreat for the whole family. Feel like a kid again as you explore this Georgia-made treehouse and the beautiful grounds surrounding it!

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Romantic Tree House Retreat with 15 Private Acres

Romantic treehouse in Georgia

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If you’d like an escape to the mountains without having to forgo any comforts, this romantic treehouse is for you! With special amenities like a Japanese Ofuro Soaking Tub, a fully-equipped kitchen, a fire pit, and heating/air conditioning, you’ll feel right at home here. For more details on the “Pamoon” treehouse, you can watch a full video tour here.

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Kaluna Farm Retreat Treehouse

Kaluna Farm Retreat Treehouse

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At approximately $85 per night, Kaluna Farm Retreat Treehouse offers a more affordable getaway to nature, where you can truly disconnect. This Airbnb is located on an organic family farmstead and is surrounded by a family of tulip poplars. Here, you’ll be just steps from some of North Georgia’s best spring water! Just one quick thing to note: the bathroom at this property is a short walk from the treehouse and may be shared with other guests.

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Treehouse with Elegance in Ellijay

Treehouse for rent in Ellijay

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This treehouse in Ellijay has one of the best locations to explore North Georgia. It’s located a short drive from downtown Ellijay, Blue Ridge, Amicalola Falls, and many local vineyards! Therefore, I think this Airbnb makes the ideal spot for an anniversary trip or to celebrate a special occasion. Moreover, this home also has a jacuzzi on the back porch that overlooks the mountains!

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6 Ponds Farm Treehouse

6 Ponds Farm Treehouse

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This private treehouse is located on 6 Ponds Farm, a 30-acre female-owned farm located in the North Georgia mountains. Besides running water, wifi, and a kitchen, there is also a tree loft adjacent to the back porch with a fireplace and hot tub. Guests also have access to a fire pit, garden area (you can pick herbs and vegetables that are in season), bikes, and a hiking trail. Plus, if you’re traveling with kids, they will particularly enjoy feeding the chickens, goats, rabbits, and donkey.

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Mountain Dreams in Big Canoe-Escape the masses!

Treehouse rental in Big Canoe, GA

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This adorable chalet offers stunning views of both the Georgia mountains and Lake Petit, where guests can rent boats and go hiking. One huge selling factor is that this treehouse is located in Big Canoe, the South’s premier mountain community. Guests love to have dinner on the deck of this cabin and say that the king bed is super comfy! They also agree on the reviews that the location is ideal for a quiet escape.

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Heaven in the Mountains Big Canoe

Big Canoe treehouse in Georgia

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While the first chalet-style treehouse mentioned above has one bedroom and one bathroom, this second home in Big Canoe features two bedrooms and two bathrooms! Therefore, if you’d like to rent properties close to one another in a big group, you may want to look into both of these treehouses. Furthermore, this circular cabin has rich dark bamboo flooring, woodland decor, a 42-inch flat-screen TV in the living room, and a furnished patio to enjoy. 

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Abbie’s Waterfall Treehouse w/Hot Tub on Creek

Abbie's Waterfall Treehouse

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Abbie’s Waterfall Treehouse is an ideal getaway in the middle of the Chattahoochee National Forest. You’ll find that this home is nestled just above a small waterfall and next to a family farm! If you’d like to glamp and truly be immersed in nature, Abbie’s Treehouse is the perfect option for you. Just one quick tip to be aware of: this Airbnb doesn’t have running water, so you will have to walk to the main house to shower and use the bathroom.

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Sereni-tree House – The Book Treehouse of Suches

Serenti-tree house in Suches, GA

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Sereni-tree House is one of the most unique and rustic treehouses you’ll come across in Georgia. If you’re looking for a quiet retreat to the north Georgia mountains, this Airbnb is for you! The home itself has “comfort touches” that will keep you cozy while also maintaining the feeling of being off the grid. You won’t find cell phone service here, so you can 100% disconnect!

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Cozy Treehouse near Helen

Cozy treehouse near Helen, GA

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For an affordable escape to the mountains in a secluded spot, you’ll love this treehouse in Helen! Guests describe the experience as similar to camping but with a bit more comfort. Cars are not allowed at this camping site, so you’ll have to park your vehicle at the main office and make the hike to this Airbnb. Go into the experience prepared to “rough it” and you will be rewarded with a lovely vacation surrounded by nature and lots of trails to explore!

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Secluded Treehouse near Helen, GA

Secluded Treehouse near Helen, GA

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This treehouse is a second option in the same location as the previous Airbnb in Helen. So, be aware that while some treehouses offer a glamping experience, this one is true camping! There is no water or electricity at this home, so you’ll be able to disconnect and relax in nature.

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Riverbright Treehouse – 50ft from the Toccoa River

Riverbright Treehouse

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Riverbright Treehouse is located 40 minutes from both Dahlonega and Blue Ridge and offers a tranquil escape to the mountains. At this Airbnb, you’ll have private access to the Toccoa River, an amazing view, and even an adorable hammock where you can relax and read. Plus, this treehouse lets you experience the best parts of camping while also having certain comforts, like a bed, jet tub, and other amenities.

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Firefly Bend Treehouse with Hot Tub

Firefly Bend Treehouse

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Firefly Bend Treehouse takes a camping getaway to the next level by providing extra amenities like a hot tub and heating. This home isn’t for the faint of heart as there is no running water or wifi! However, Firefly Bend is the perfect opportunity to relax without any distractions from the outside world. Attractions such as Vogel State park and Wolf Mountain Winery are also nearby.

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Blue Ridge Treehouse

Blue Ridge Treehouse

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Take a trip to the Blue Ridge mountains in this spacious cabin! You’ll be just minutes from historic Blue Ridge and close to all popular outdoor activities, such as hiking, mountain biking, trout fishing, zip line, and horseback riding. This treehouse is a great fit for family gatherings, with room for up to eight guests and even a foosball table in the basement. Although it’s more of a cabin than a treehouse, it’s definitely still worth including in this list.

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Read More: The Best Places to Go Glamping in Georgia

Treehouses in Atlanta 

Secluded Intown Treehouse

The most popular treehouse on Airbnb in Atlanta

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This treehouse in Atlanta is one of the most sought-after listings on Airbnb. So, if you have your heart set on staying here, you’ll most likely end up booking a stay for about two years in the future. Plus, you’ll have to pay a pretty penny. However, guests seem to agree that this charming treehouse is worth the wait! It’s made up of three separate rooms, which are all connected via adorable rope-bridges. 

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Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest

Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in Bamboo Forest

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This treehouse, located within a bamboo forest, is undoubtedly one of the most unique stays you’ll find on Airbnb. In fact, it’s such a beautiful location that it even offers weddings! Staying at this treehouse is a magical experience, and even though it’s in the middle of Atlanta, you’ll forget you’re in the city. The llamas and alpacas on this rescue farm are an extra adorable touch–make sure you bring a bag of baby carrots!

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Archimedes’ Nest at the Emu Ranch

Archimedes' Nest at the Emu Ranch treehouse in Atlanta

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Archimedes’ Nest is a dreamy, custom-built treehouse located on an Emu Ranch. Additionally, it’s within walking distance of East Atlanta Village. This luxury treehouse is decked out with everything you could possibly need for a relaxing stay. Plus, you’ll be able to see the emu, turkeys, swans, and peafowl as they roam around the ranch!

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ATL Treehouse- Couples retreat/Event Space/Hot Tub

Romantic treehouse in Atlanta for couples

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If you’re hoping to celebrate a birthday or anniversary in a one-of-a-kind Airbnb, I’d highly recommend ATL Treehouse. This Airbnb even offers a platinum package for couples as an additional option, which includes dinner cooked by a celebrity chef, massages, and a violinist! Especially for Atlanta natives, ATL treehouse offers a perfect staycation, where you’ll feel like you’re far away from home.

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Oasis Treehouse Atlanta

Oasis Treehouse in Canton, GA

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Just 15 minutes from the Atlanta airport, you’ll find Oasis Treehouse. This Airbnb is tucked away in a forest sanctuary, creating a secluded urban oasis. As far as amenities, there is a composting toilet and kitchenette with running water as well as a private outdoor shower and a heated bathhouse. All in all, this home has everything you need for a cozy treehouse stay with up to four guests!

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Treehouses in Metro Atlanta

Owl in the Oak Treehouse – Private Forest Escape

Owl in the Oak Treehouse in Duluth, GA

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This brand new treehouse in Duluth offers a completely off-grid stay while still being close to the city. Owl in the Oak has a beautiful wraparound deck, a fluffy queen bed, a kitchenette, and a small bathroom. Moreover, it has an outlet where you can charge your phone or laptop–so you don’t have to be completely disconnected if you don’t want to be!

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Trinity Treehouse

Trinity Treehouse in Stonecrest, GA

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Trinity Treehouse provides a beautiful escape into nature without having to make any compromises. For example, you’ll have access to running water, heat, air conditioning, a kitchen, Wi-Fi, a TV, and a bathroom with a shower here. Located in Stonecrest, you’ll be just minutes from the Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve. Plus, this home has a fire pit, Zen garden, and grill, making it an ideal place to relax with family.

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Treasure Hunt Tree House in Metro Atlanta

Treasure Hunt Tree House in Kennesaw, GA

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This backyard treehouse in Kennesaw distinguishes itself from other stays with the opportunity to complete a treasure hunt! Much of the décor in this home was created by the owner. You’ll also have access to a full bathroom and be provided with towels, handmade soap, and snacks. If you’d like to participate in the treasure hunt, you can find clues, puzzles, and riddles throughout the Airbnb leading to a prize.

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Eden Treehouse at Tiny-Living Eco-Farm & Homestead

Eden Treehouse in Canton, GA

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Eden Treehouse in Canton is an ideal escape for any nature lover. This Airbnb is located within Splendor Oaks, an eco-farm, gathering space, homestead, and unique “hotel”. Here, you’ll have the chance to meet the Cagle family and their many animals, go hiking, and even spend time on Lake Allatoona! The treehouse itself has a queen Murphy bed, cozy hammocks, and access to a guest lounge with various amenities.

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Treehouse in Savannah 

Diamond Oaks Treehouse Skylight Suite

Diamond Oaks Treehouse in Savannah, GA

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The magical Diamond Oaks Treehouse is tucked away in a historic fishing village, just minutes away from Savannah’s highlights. Many guests say that this quirky and charming home is one of their favorite places to stay. You can sleep in the treehouse, but don’t have to if the weather doesn’t cooperate. The owners also have sweet and cuddly cats that like to interact with guests!

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