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You Can Wake Up In The Sky At This Ridiculously Cozy Treehouse Airbnb Near Toronto

And it comes with its own wood-fire sauna.
You Can Wake Up In The Sky At This Ridiculously Cozy Treehouse Airbnb Near Toronto

Have you ever wondered what an Ontario sunrise looks like when you’ve been sleeping in the treetops?

This Airbnb located on Muskoka’s Lake Rosseau gives you the chance to find out, with its rustic wood cabin built 14 feet above the forest floor.

The cabin is attached to four sturdy pine trees, secluded from the outside world, and it has a wood stove to keep you and your treehouse buddy warm.

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If you eventually do come down from the treehouse, there are hammocks and Muskoka chairs around a wood-fire for use

You can also heat up in the stunning circular wood-stove sauna which comes with the Airbnb.

Plus there are plenty of woodland trails in the 12-acre area to hike, which is great if you brought a furry friend with you.

The treehouse is fully off the grid, with a shower inside the sauna and a solar-powered light to illuminate the cabin.

But the cabin in the sky does come with the true essentials — like pots, pans, and a propane-powered coffee maker.

And the lofted double bed — ideal for a couple's getaway — looks out into the forest for a unique Ontario wake-up view.

Jarrett | AirBNB

Magical Muskoka treehouse

via Airbnb



Neighbourhood: Minnett, ON

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy the forest sunrise from 14 feet in the air this stunning rustic treehouse Airbnb.

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

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