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Cool Tree Houses You Can Vacation In throughout New England

Cool Tree Houses You Can Vacation In throughout New England

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1. A Woodsy Retreat in the Green Mountains
1 bedroom, accommodates 2 guests, from $561.75 per night

Crafted from cedar, pine, and maple, this one-of-a-kind abode in Vermont is supported by two hardy pine trees. Inside, a circular staircase wraps around the treehouse, leading to a second-floor bedroom that overlooks the surrounding landscape. A full breakfast is provided each morning and can be enjoyed in the log cabin-like living and dining room.

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2. A Rustic Escape in Vermont
2 bedrooms, accommodates 5 guests, from $180 per night

This funky little sanctuary in Western Vermont is for true nature enthusiasts only. While there’s a double bed, three single beds, and a composting toilet on the inside, facilities like running water, a gas stove, and a refrigerator are found outside under a covered pavilion. Because of this, the place is seasonal.

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3. A Coastal Maine Getaway
1 bedroom, accommodates 2 guests, from $180.83 per night

Vintage and salvaged materials were incorporated into this stylish treehouse in Georgetown, Maine. Its two elevated rooms are connected by a rope bridge—one has a bedroom with a king-sized bed and the other has a small full kitchen, a dining area, a full bathroom, and a screened-in porch with river views.

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4. A Four-Season Sanctuary in Sunapee
2 bedrooms, accommodates 4 guests, from $351 per night

Located near the waters and peaks of Sunapee, New Hampshire, this treehouse is equipped to serve as a getaway in sunshine or snow. A wrap-around deck and a grill/griddle combo will serve you well during sunny summer stays, but beyond the hand-crafted front door, you’ll find heated stone flooring and a soapstone propane stove to keep you toasty after a day on the slopes.

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5. A Nature Lover’s Paradise in Vermont 
2 bedrooms, accommodates 4 guests, from $140 per night

In this elevated cabin, you have views of Camel’s Hump State Park from your windows and hiking routes right outside the front door. This elevated cabin was built by “The Tree House Guys,” a local Vermont company, and was designed to incorporate the natural feel and simplicity of the woods around it with a lofted bedroom and gas burning stoves for cozy nights.

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6.  A Rustic-Chic Retreat in the Lakes Region
1 bedroom, accommodates 4 guests, from $282 per night

Old and new materials come together to create this four-season treehouse in New Hampshire. Allow yourself to be lulled to sleep by the sounds of nature creeping in through the window of the lofted bedroom space, or enjoy a quiet night by the fire pit outside this twelve-foot high structure.

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7. A Secluded Setup in Maine
1 bedroom, accommodates 2 guests, from $192 per night

This treehouse is located at the Appleton Retreat, 120 acres of private land in Appleton, Maine, filled with rustic cottages and the like for people who just want to get away from it all. And escape it all you will, in this 20-foot tall structure that promises total privacy among the trees, visible through the windowed walls and the deck out front.

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8. A Vacation Spot Among the Maples
1 bedroom, 2 guest, from $157 per night

This sugar maple treehouse is tucked away in the wilderness of the Green Mountain National Forest of central Vermont. Set atop a slight hill, it’s the perfect cozy winter escape thanks to its electric heaters, but still offers Internet and a small Smart TV so you can get away in nature without being too disconnected.