Imagine disappearing to an island and having a magical treehouse on it all to yourself. We could all use that sometimes and that's where this secluded spot comes to play. There's a treehouse in Orcas Island, Washington and it's as dreamy as it gets.\nTucked away in an oasis of peace and beauty with views of sparkling waters and Mount Baker, you can rent the Forest House for only $175 a night. It can house up to four people — that's only $43.75 per person if you decide to split the cost of this adventure with your friends.\nIt was formerly called the Hobbit House and it's not surprising to see why.\nBuilt by the legendary Sunray Kelley, the house has beautiful cathedral-style windows that are mostly made up of natural materials. It looks out of a fairytale, so much so it'll make you think tree elves put it together.\nIt has a living area with a queen-sized bed, a room with a double bed, and an enchanting skylight for those nights you want to stargaze. The bathroom comes with a Japanese sunken tub that we've yet to see anywhere else.\nThere's even a kitchen equipped with cooking essentials, a cute copper sink, custom cherry-alder countertops, fridge, microwave, grill, and other electronic items for you to whip up some meals during your stay.\nView this post on Instagram View from the tower room at forest house. Divine place to relax and drink in the forest silence. #foresthouse #foresthouseorcasislandwa #orcasislandwa #30thanniversary #30thanniversarytrip A post shared by Linda Hansen (@missmabelstudio) on Oct 20, 2019 at 3:06pm PDT\nAnd the best part? These rooms are all located in separate towers that are connected to each other by a system of hallways, decks, and bridges! Magical? Totally.\nWith three separate decks, you can cozy up on either one with your boo.\nThe hidden abode comes with a comfy reading nook that can convert into an extra bed too.\nForest House | Tripadvisor\nYou'd probably never want to step out of this cozy habitat, but if you do, there's a beach just downhill and several hiking trails close by. This is also a popular spot for whale watching.\nYou can also live the island life, go kayaking, fishing, boating, explore the town's pottery shops, or just listen to live music at the park.\nThe point is to cast away any plans and redefine what the word "relax" means. And this Middle Earth on an island is the perfect spot to do just that.\nForest House | Tripadvisor\nForest House\nPrice Per Night: $175 per night/2-night minimum stay\nAddress: 2500-2898, Raccoon Point Rd, Eastsound, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: This secluded Hobbit treehouse with epic sea views is perfect for de-stressing and redefining island life.\nBook Here\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere! If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Facebook and Instagram.