These Hidden Treehouse Getaways In Georgia Come With Free Wine & Romantic Fire Pits
Plus s'mores kits, stocked kitchens and heated floors.
Treehouses aren't just for kids. If you want to be pampered to the max, you can experience elevated treetop luxury in the remote woods of the South. These peaceful escapes, which are arguably some of the best treehouses in Georgia, come with complimentary booze and a soothing firepit.
Treetop Hideaways is a collection of rustic yet elegant wooden homes hoisted right below Rock City on the border of Georgia and Tennessee, just minutes from Chattanooga. The homes rest in the tall trees surrounding .
The two treehouses, Luna Loft and Elements, bring glamping to a higher level (literally) with climate-controlled interiors equipped with reclaimed barn wood, stocked kitchenettes, bar-top decks and modern fire pits with kindling and seasoned wood included.
You'll be swept away to cloud nine as you feel the warmth of the heated floors and step into the calming rain-head shower at Elements. You can enjoy hammocks and local artisan products at Luna Loft.
You can truly get the royal treatment during your stay because both accommodations provide plush, hotel quality beds, complimentary wine and s'mores kits, coffee, tea, toiletries and more.
Depending on which option you choose, thesleep three to four guests.
Costs will vary, but many two-night stays are priced at $756 so if you and three others from the crew split the funds, you'll be paying less than $100 each per night.
If you're feeling adventurous, there are plenty ofto take in the surrounding wilderness.
You can also explore the whimsical shops, eateries and bars of downtown Chattanooga closeby.
Price Per Night: $275+
Address: Chattanooga Valley Rd., Flintstone, GA
Why You Need To Go: Experience royal luxury in the forest with this tree-top getaway with spa-like amenities, free wine and a firepit.