This amazing micro cabin treehouse is located in Tregaminion, St. Keverne, England, United Kingdom. It’s set in an ash tree with incredible views of the countryside and the sea. It’s right by Falmouth Bay so I’m sure there are some incredible sunsets.
The treehouse itself has a double bed, seating area, micro kitchen, and bathroom with composting toilet. Access to the cabin is via a wooden staircase.
A Treehouse Poem
A tree house, a free house,
A secret you and me house,
A high up in the leafy branches
Cozy as can be house.
A street house, a neat house,
Be sure and wipe your feet house
Is not my kind of house at all-
Let’s go live in a tree house.
More info and pics are available at the Airbnb listing for this treehouse. It’s available as a vacation rental in case you’re interested someday.
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I love the wrap around balcony in this micro cabin treehouse in Cave Junction, OR that hovers over the woods. Can you imagine being a kid and getting to stay here? I would never have forgotten it! When you go in, there are two separate lofts with full beds above the main living area.
The way the bathroom is just part of the living space is a little strange to me. I guess I’d rather have an outhouse and a micro kitchen than the toilet in the living room but still good. And there is a folding partition for privacy when it’s in use or if you just don’t want to look at it!
The listing says there’s a refrigerator and hot water pot but you’re not supposed to cook up there so on the property they have a main house where you can cook. More info here.
Check availability, rates, book your stay here, see more photos and learn more about this treehouse.
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“Supported by two mature pine trees, the Treehouse at Moose Meadow is redefining glamorous camping or “glamping.” Designed for those who enjoy camping as well as creature comforts, this handcrafted two-story nest is made with cedar, pine, maple and hemlock. Its 29 windows maximize your experience of the natural surroundings.”
At around $425/night, it’ll cost you to stay here! But I’m sure it’s quite the experience. More info here.
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I’ve always had a fascination for treehouses so I had to show this one which could very well be a functional off grid micro cabin out in the woods. Looks like there may even be space for a sleeping loft up top. I’d prefer to build on stilts than on trees but I still find the concept inspiring and fun.
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Images: Apartment Therapy
John the Botanist is a landscape designer who specializes in tree removal for his clients. This summer he decided that he’d build a treehouse on the property he’s owned for more than 17 years in Tiverton, Rhode Island. It’s a 160 square foot treehouse retreat that’s 10′ wide, 16′ long and 8′ high. Nice work John! Take a look at the inside below…
Then head over to Apartment Therapy for the rest of the tour and if you want go to John’s Facebook Page.
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