Why book an ordinary Airbnb when you could book a house in the trees?

Oct. 27, 2017

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In Walhalla, South Carolina, two guests can eat, drink, play and sleep luxuriously in this treetop paradise.

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Despite its unconventional location, the Airbnb has A/C, a fireplace and chandeliers.

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The antique king-sized bed will convince you to sleep in.

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But the chandelier-lit rope-swing bed will motivate you to get out.

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The treehouse's massive windows and string lights elevate the feel of this magical retreat.

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For a more tropical climate, consider this bamboo-lined home in Fern Forest, Hawaii.

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Located on the Big Island, you'll have to climb through a trapdoor to get to the bedroom — which appears worth the trek.

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Up here, a beautiful veranda presents a 360-degree view of the jungle below.

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The hosts say the bathroom is one of the best parts of the treehouse.

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The shower uses naturally caught rainwater — and the whole plumbing system relies on sustainable practices.

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Back on the mainland, discover a 40-foot lookout tower in Tiller, Oregon.

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The four-person suite sits on 160 acres of private land, so there's plenty of room to wander.

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But you'll want to make sure you're home at night: This tower is a stargazer's dream come true.

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When you're not relishing the views on Adirondack chairs, you can soak in the hot tub or sit by the campfire.

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Lastly, in the heart of Atlanta, this three-room house is secluded among the trees.

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No alarm clock necessary: Birds will wake you up with cheerful chirps come morning, like you're in a Disney movie.

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One of the three rooms has a balcony and some comfy places to sit — an oasis for journaling, reading or just relaxing.

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The bedroom comes with Egyptian cotton sheets, and the tin roof will make you wish for rain, as the sound will lull you straight to sleep.

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The third room, called the hammock deck, is open to the outdoor elements and is as charming as it is peaceful.

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You probably never thought you could escape to a whimsical treehouse in Atlanta.

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Turns out the world is filled with possibility.

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