Sometimes we all need a little escape from the stress of daily life. Whether that involves kicking up your feet or heading out on an adventure in nature, you can get the best of both worlds at this Airbnb in Florida. You're gonna want to grab your boo or BFF for this one!

Tucked away amongst the trees on a little farm in Ocala only about an hour outside of the theme parks in Orlando (and also super close to Rainbow Springs), sits the perfect little treehouse for glamping.

This adults-only stay makes it perfect for a romantic escape for two, where you can cuddle up close in the double bed, or sit together on the porch that overlooks the property.

The porch even has a little swing, and we can already picture ourselves sipping some coffee as we sway in it.

A tree goes right through the main space, featuring a small spot to sit, loft, and place to dine indoors. Open up the double-french slider doors for incredible indoor-outdoor flow. 

While there's no t.v. on this lot, you do have A.C. and electricity to charge your phone.

Wi-fi and a bathroom is available on the property, but will require you to walk up the driveway closer to the main house and past probably the coolest thing about this Airbnb: the kangaroo and mini horses!

You can feed the mini horses directly from your porch or watch them graze from a distance.

The hosts even allow you to feed their pet roo named Rocco, and that's easily the cutest thing ever.

Recent reviews for this stay are raving, mentioning the treehouse itself as being romantic and cozy, and the lot as absolutely magical.

If you need an excuse for a little getaway, this charming Airbnb might just be perfect.

Treehouse on the Farm

Price Per Night: $75 for up to 2 guests; split that's only $37.50 each.

Address Or Neighbourhood: Ocala

Why You Need To Go: Stay in a rustic and romantic little treehouse on a stunning farm! Hang out with their pet kangaroo and mini horses surrounded by nature for a weekend getaway.

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