Treehouses are enchanting no matter your age, but a chic and stylish Airbnb is even better for the mature explorer who wants to stay the night in a lofty abode. In Hayden, Alabama, you can actually rent a glass treehouse in the woods with views for days. Modern and comfortable with a rustic charm, you and four friends can split the cost to make it super affordable.


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Featuring three bedrooms and plenty of space, this location starts at only $225 per night. With five total guests, you can divvy up the cost to just $45 per person.

Along with beautiful views of the surrounding Alabama woodland, the rental also offers a pool and indoor fireplace, so you’re comfortable and cozy no matter which season you decide to visit. You’ll also have access to private swimming holes and waterfalls around the property — the perfect place to float the day away.

Inside, you’ll find bed and bath essentials and a kitchen with a coffee maker and utensils to cook your own meals. It does lack Wi-Fi and a TV, so consider it a real return to nature.

When you book it, you’ll have the whole place to yourself, but the host will serve you breakfast upon request.

The Airbnb has nothing but great reviews and it’s the perfect spot for a retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.

You can take your morning coffee on the deck, watch the sunrise through the trees and even explore the eclectic art and music collection housed inside.

Get away from it all while living out your childhood dream of sleeping in a treehouse at this secluded Alabama Airbnb.

Glass Treehouse

Price Per Night: starts at $225

Address: Hayden (Nectar), AL

Why You Need To Go: Wake up in a glass treehouse with views of the forest and explore the private waterfalls and swimming holes right on the property.

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