Looking for the perfect city escape or a recharge in nature in some unique treehouse rentals in Washington? Check out these amazing and jaw-dropping treehouses in Washington state you can stay in!
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Best Treehouses in Washington
Treehouse in the Columbia River Gorge
Stay at the gorgeous Osprey Treehouse rental in Washington, located in the Columbia River Gorge. The 20-foot octagon structure is constructed around a huge Old Douglas Fir.
Down on the ground, guests can enjoy sailing, paddleboarding, kayaking, and hiking in the area. Summer visitors can make good use of the private beach and swim dock.
The light and warm inside space feature oversized windows and a sliding door to really feel your surroundings up in the trees. This treehouse in Washington State looks out across the river and woods with a private deck for scenic coffees.
Two to three guests can sleep comfortably in the loft Queen room accessed by a ladder, and a couch can be made up as a bed in the living room space. There’s a kitchenette and dining bar if you like to make simple meals, whilst spotting osprey through the window. Book this Treehouse rental in Washington on Airbnb.
The Eagle’s Perch – A Treehouse Experience at North Cascades National Park
This octagonally-shaped treehouse in Washington is set amongst cedar trees, with views of forest greenery and relaxing sounds of the nearby Gay Creek.
Guests and their pets are welcome to wander the 18-acre property with access to a campfire area and an adventurous trail to a secret waterfall. The grounds are at the foot of the Sauk Mountain and border the North Cascades National Park, providing miles of untouched wilderness to be explored.
The rustic treehouse is accessed by a wooden spiral staircase. As there’s no railing lining the deck, this Treehouse rental in Washington is recommended for adults. Up to six guests can sleep in a queen-size bed, two foldout cots, and two hammocks. Be sure to pack all the bedding you’ll need.
The window-in-every-wall design is a cool feature that invites you to connect with the lush surroundings, leaving Wi-Fi at the door. The Eagle’s Perch has a hint of camping spirit with battery-powered lights to highlight doors and ladders in the absence of electricity. That goes for the private outhouse too which counts with a composting toilet and sink.
Paid shower facilities are available to use at Howard Miller Park during opening hours, located around a mile away. Eagle watchers and nature photographers can take advantage of the visit there too. Book this Treehouse rental in Washington on Airbnb.
Cozy Lakefront Cabin with Treehouse on Lake Sutherland
This beautiful lakefront cabin with ‘treehouse’ in Washington state is the perfect place to unwind on a group trip. The classic 1950’s cabin is set in a cove on Lake Sutherland and backs onto the Olympic National Park. A second structure set back in the hillside amongst Douglas Firs has a treehouse feel.
The main cabin has two queen bedrooms, twin and full-size sofa beds that can sleep up to six people. The treehouse sleeps a further two guests. There’s a full bathroom with a shower in the main cabin and a half bath in the treehouse.
The huge decking area is a wonderful space for groups to hang out by the lake, with several seating options, a fire pit, and a diving board on the dock. Without Wi-Fi, you can connect with the amazing nature views and just be present.
Inside, a full kitchen and dining table can be used to cook and dine whilst peering out of the well-windowed walls to the water. A big woodburning stove invites cozy nights with board games. The treehouse also has a smaller deck with fabulous views onto the lake from above.
Apart from relaxing by the lake, there are loads to do in the area including short trips to Lake Crescent, Hurricane Ridge, and the Sol Duc hot springs. There are also hundreds of hiking trails and some of the state’s best fly-fishing rivers. Book this treehouse in Washington State on Vrbo.
Pleasant Bay Lookout at Chuckanut Mountain (sea view + hot tub)
The Lookout is a simple yet stunning treehouse rental in Washington, perfect for couples or solo travelers looking for a peaceful escape in a natural setting.
The treehouse is a small, modern and private room nestled in the trees on the side of Chuckanut Mountain. The space has a sofa bed for two, a glass wall, and a viewing deck. The views down onto Pleasant Bay and the Salish Sea are jaw-dropping.
Guests have partial access to the host’s family home to use the full bathroom and outside mini-kitchen area which includes a small fridge, microwave, and dishware for simple meal prep. There’s also a hot tub on the deck for a super soak amongst the trees.
This is a wonderful treehouse in Washington to just be and enjoy the sounds of the birdlife and sea. For those who wish to venture out, the Chuckanut Mountains offer many trails and there are also beaches nearby.
Wi-Fi is available but you’ll probably prefer to stare out at the breath-taking surroundings. Cell service tends to be patchy. Book this Treehouse rental in Washington on Airbnb.
Hansel Creek Treehouse in Leavenworth
This lovely treehouse in Washington state is just 15 minutes from Leavenworth Bavarian village, which is also one of our favorite day trips from Seattle but even better to stay, and walking distance to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness trail. Enjoy the sounds of the babbling Hansel Creek while you’re up in the trees.
Four people can stay at the Gust Tree House in a King loft bedroom, air mattress, and sleep sofa downstairs. The timber-frame craftsmanship and custom log details are unique design points.
The ambient living room has a woodburning stove for cozying up to on evenings and you can sit out on the deck for a serene morning coffee. If you like to cook (or make s’mores), there is propane outside BBQ, fridge, and propane firepit.
Shared indoor shower facilities can be found 100 feet from the treehouse. The seasonal outdoor shower runs from May through September.
Bring walking boots and mountain bikes to explore the property’s 150 acres of private land, including a family-owned Mineshaft, hand-built in the early 1900s.
The 80 ft hike from the parking area to the treehouse can get snowy and slippery in winter, so come prepared for an adventurous entrance to this treehouse in Washington state. Book this Treehouse rental in Washington on Airbnb.
Be sure to also read our guide to all the best places to stay in Leavenworth!
Treehouse on Whidbey Island
This is a really pretty choice for treehouse rentals in Washington, located on Whidbey Island, just one hour away from Seattle, be sure to check out what to do in Seattle too! There’s no shortage of wildlife to admire such as deer, owls, ravens, and eagles.
The hosts created a peaceful and healing environment for guests, 13 ft up in the cedar trees with a trunk as the living room centerpiece. The octagon accommodation boasts circle views of the surrounding woods, home to more cedars, firs, hemlocks, maples, and alders.
The space ideally sleeps three adults in a Queen and Double Hide-a-bed, although children over the age of 12 are also welcome. Guests are treated to a continental breakfast every morning of their stay and the treehouse deck is a lovely place for coffee.
Access to Wi-Fi and an electric fireplace provide added home comforts, as well as facilities for simple microwave meals. The firepit outside can be used for evening fires and grilling.
A porta potty is installed on the deck for nighttime convenience as well as a cute shower house on the ground, featuring a shower and no-odor composting toilet exclusively for the use of guests.
Beach views and the beautiful Olympic Mountain sunsets are only half a mile away from this treehouse in Washington. Book this Treehouse rental in Washington.
Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge in Snohomish
Those looking for romantic treehouse rentals in Washington will love the “Sasquatch Cabin” at Deer Ridge. The unique two-story build was designed as a unique retreat for couples, surrounded by wildlife and greenery. Look out for deer, chipmunks, and bald eagles just 43 miles outside of Seattle, be sure to check out all the unique things to do in Seattle before/after your treehouse adventure too!
Head up the fairy light-lit extensive staircase to be rewarded with a modern, unique and comfortable private treehouse that resembles a cute tiny house.
The second floor can sleep two adults in a Queen bed and there’s also space for a small child in the snug sleeping loft. Guests have a private en-suite restroom with an odorless composting toilet.
Moving down to the first floor, there’s a kitchenette for simple meals and the main feature is a standalone bathtub facing an HD TV. A stone fireplace keeps the space warm and voice-controlled color-changing lightbulbs are a fun and unusual touch.
This treehouse in Washington state also features a new wood pellet smoker and griller on the front deck for outdoor cooking, as you listen to the far-off calls of coyotes. Book this Treehouse rental in Washington on Vrbo.
Treehouse with Panoramic Views in Olympia
Nature lovers can flock to Olympia and surround themselves with nature at this beautiful treehouse in Washington state, set in the backwoods of old-growth forest with the tree literally inside this treehouse. Get lost on the paths winding through fourteen acres of Douglas firs, cedars, hemlocks, and rhododendrons. Guests also have their own private lawn-covered yard.
Up the wooden staircase, you’ll find a wraparound deck with a lovely seating area to stare out at the verdant woods. Inside there’s a double loft bedroom for two people and an electric wood burner style fire to keep the temperature glowing. The inclusion of Wi-Fi is welcome for those who like to keep in touch and Apple Music can be used for some background music.
Cooking is a pleasure at this treehouse rental in Washington; outside at ground level guests can use the private propane grill and patio dining space, with a pretty outdoor meal prep area and herb garden just around the corner. A private firepit invites a toasty dessert.
The treehouse has a new private half bathroom just below with half a huge cedar bursting through the design. Access to a clean and good-looking, hot-water shower house is around 400ft from the treehouse an is shared with camping guests. A cool feature here is the skylight to look up into the trees as you shower. Book this Treehouse rental in Washington on Airbnb.
Eagles Loft at the Dungeness Near Olympic National Park
If you’re looking for a digital detox at a cute treehouse hotel in Washington, come to Eagles Loft on the Dungeness River, nestled up a maple tree. Outside the cozy accommodation, there is plenty of hiking, biking, fishing, and wildlife watching.
Up the big staircase, three guests can stay in a double bed and extra twin at the side, making this a good choice for couples with a young child. They’ll love the tree trunk that seems to disappear out of the wall! The large window has lovely views down to the river and you can sit out on the covered porch.
You can spend the evening around the fire pit out back, having a barbeque, or just enjoying the warmth. Under the staircase, there is a porta-potty for the use of guests only.
Romantic Wilderness Treehouse in the Cascade Mountains
This is a spectacular treehouse rental in Washington that’s over 50 years old! The family, couples, and pet-friendly cabin is bathed in the peace and quietness of the Cascade Mountains, suspended between soaring Douglas firs.
There’s no shortage of outdoor experiences to be had with kayaking, fishing, and rafting on the nearby Hood River as well as hiking, birdwatching, and butterfly identification opportunities.
The two-story home can sleep up to four people with a master bedroom and futon on the main floor and a cosy woodburning stove. If you enjoy cooking your own meals, there’s a complete kitchen and coffee bar, or have a cup in the fresh air of the covered porch.
A full bathroom with shower provides a comfortable stay in this treehouse hotel in Washington. The private hot tub is a must for rejuvenating as you look out spotting the wandering deer. Enjoy the silence and tranquillity of this Wi-Fi free escape amongst the towering firs.
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