Going on a solo getaway might be on your life's bucket list, and the perfect time to take one is now. There are plenty of places around you, especially in North Carolina, that you can rent and get away from reality for just a few days. There are even treehouse getaways in North Carolina that will seclude you from the rest of the world. 

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Whether it be a tiny house, a condo, a hotel room or even a tent, having some self-care time will take some of your stresses away.

Cherry Treesort

Price Per Night: $125

Neighborhood: China Grove, NC

Why You Need To Go: This treehouse has a large deck overlooking the property and has one bedroom and one bathroom that is located right in the middle of a forest.

Romantic and Rustic Tree House

Price Per Night: $78

Neighborhood: West Jefferson, NC

Why You Need To Go: This highly secluded treehouse has a small deck you can drink your coffee on in the morning. Also comes with a plush queen-sized bed. Even dogs are allowed!

Charming Tree House in the Forest

Price Per Night: $89

Neighborhood: Murphy, NC

Why You Need To Go: You'll enter this treehouse via a spiral staircase. There are also two slides and a fire pole attached to the house as well. Campers will have access to a zipline, a huge slide, a slackline, a massive swing and two porches, too.

Elevated Tree Cabin in the Woodlands 

Price Per Night: $146

Neighborhood: Bryson City, NC

Why You Need To Go: Your cabin overlooks the Nantahala River and even has a hot tub that gives you incredible views of your woodland surroundings.

Cozy Tree House-Style Cottage Rental 

Price Per Night: $175

Neighborhood: Burnsville, NC

Why You Need To Go: This is more of a yurt-style treehouse and is highly secluded in the middle of Mount Mitchell with beauitful views of the Black Mountains and the Pisgah National Forest.

Magical Vacation Rental near Lake Lure

Price Per Night: $175

Neighborhood: Mill Spring, NC

Why You Need To Go: This treehouse is modeled after the Swiss Family Robinson bunkhouse and features two lofts that are connected by a cargo net, a lookout tower and a climbing wall, according to the host.

Unique Tree House Accommodation in the Woods

Price Per Night: $74

Neighborhood: Windsor, NC

Why You Need To Go: Your house will literally be in the trees in the middle of the woods. A river flows right next to the house as you can see it from the porch and fire pit below.

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