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Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

This treehouse Airbnb in the middle of the forest is the perfect getaway when you need to escape the city.

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Located just an hour outside of Atlanta in Dawsonville, Georgia, this “Bed and Bough” retreat is adorably quaint yet luxurious.

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The a-frame treehouse with a sloping roof looks like something you imagined from a fairytale story as a child.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

Surrounded by forest, the treehouse is a secluded paradise where you can get away from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

The interior of the treehouse is totally whimsical with colorful furniture, woodland artwork, and quirky architecture.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

The enchanting treehouse takes glamping to a whole new level with a king-sized bed up in the loft.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

The kitchenette has a microwave, a mini-fridge, a sink, and most importantly, a French Press, for a hot cup of coffee in the morning while you watch the sun seep through the trees.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

The treehouse also has a fully-equipped bathroom with a gorgeous tiled shower.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

On the five-acre grounds of the treehouse, you’ll find a cozy fire pit where you can roast marshmallows or stargaze at night.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

There are also picnic tables, a grill, and a pizza oven if you want to dine under the stars.

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

The "Bed and Bough" treehouse is located just five miles away from Dahlonega, where you can take a trip into town for a Hallmark movie-like experience. 

Georgia Treehouse Airbnb Atlanta

"Bed and Bough" Fairytale Treehouse Retreat

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$269/night

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Address or Neighborhood: Dawsonville, GA

Why You Need To Go: To enjoy a peaceful weekend surrounded by nature in a treehouse that looks like it was designed after a fairytale story.

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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