In case you’re not familiar with Airbnb, they offer a lot of unique and inspiring places to stay, but this dreamy treehouse is simply the cherry on the cake. The treehouse consists of 3 separate rooms, each connected by rope-bridges.
Located in Atlanta, the Secluded Intown Treehouse comprises three rustic cabins connected by suspended rope bridges and decorated with twinkling fairy lights. The construction is also very eco-friendly, being built from recovered materials – like all treehouses should be built. As a matter of fact, the house was constructed by Peter Bahouth, former Greenpeace executive director and current executive director of the U.S. Climate Action Network. It took him six months to design, and another six to build.
Although initially planned for private use, he has since opened the treehouse to the public on Airbnb, where it can be rented at the lofty price of $275 a night – or $1800 a week. The accommodation features all the essentials you need, free parking in the vicinity (ironically), but no kids or pets are allowed at the treehouse. Here’s the description:
“Centrally located within the heart of intown Atlanta, the treehouses are a hidden gem. The subject of numerous TV and magazine features, they are often described as being the most relaxing, romantic, dreamy and unique place you’ll ever stay. What could be better than falling asleep in the trees and waking up to birds singing around you?”.
So, if you’re in Atlanta and you want to live a real fairytale in this treehouse, be sure to book it fast – reservations for 2014 are already over, and there’s quite a lot of bookings for 2015 as well. Book Here.