Nothing says summertime like getting a rental with some friends for a weekend getaway! From beachside living to downtown dwelling, you can always find one that is the perfect fit for everyone. For all the nature lovers in your friend group, this Redmond Airbnb is a real treehouse, so sleeping among the trees in a total possibility.
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This rental is nicknamed "The Squirrel's Nest" and is a 280-foot treehouse that is lofted.
It sleeps up to four people and has two balconies for you to sit out and enjoy that sweet Pacific Northwest fresh air.
Nestled between two firs, the "nest" sits at about 15 feet above the ground, so if any of your friends are afraid of heights, it could be tricky.
The charming rental includes a fridge, toaster, and coffee maker, but there is no hot running water for a shower.
It can be considered a glamping destination that is insulated heated, and wired for electricity.
Even if you are visiting the city but want to try a little bit of the lush forest that Washington is so well known for, it could be the perfect mix.
The rental costs $199 per night but divided between four, and it's only $49 per person with a one-night minimum stay.
On the other hand, if you are trying to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city altogether, you can always head over to Woodinville, which has a vast winery scene.
Instead of a bar crawl, try a winery crawl!
The treehouse is accessible by a spiral staircase that is relatively steep, and the decks are high, so it's essential to watch your step.
The wood can also be slippery when wet, so exercise extra caution when you get that gentle Seattle drizzle.
The rental is located on a family's property, which is private, but you do have access to roam the trails at the front of the land.
How charming is this spot?!
Peaceful Treehouse Nustled In The Washington Forest
Neighborhood: Redmond, WA
Why You Need To Go: Live your childhood dreams and sleep among the trees in this Washington treehouse.
Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.