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Cozy Log Cabin Treehouse Rentals in New Hampshire

Offering mountains, lakes, rivers, and beaches, it's a no-brainer to choose a treehouse rental in New Hampshire for your next great adventure.

Cozy Log Cabin Treehouse Rentals in New Hampshire

When seeking out outdoor adventures with family, friends, a romantic partner, or by yourself, there are many options in the US for unforgettable experiences. One is the state of New Hampshire, where outdoor activities are aplenty and even expected.

Offering mountains, lakes, rivers, and beaches, it’s a no-brainer to choose a treehouse rental in New Hampshire for your next great adventure.

I’ve gathered 6 treehouse rentals in different parts of the state that offer cozy and modern amenities while remaining rustic and charming.

Here are 6 New Hampshire treehouse rentals you should consider when visiting the state:

1. Four-Season Treehouse

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Location: Sanbornton, Belknap County, New Hampshire

Price: $326

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Featuring high ceilings and plenty of natural light, this tree house in New Hampshire is perfect for couples, a small family, or a group of friends. There is no bedroom but it has a sleeping loft with large windows, so you can gaze out in nature as you wake up or whenever you’re lying in bed.

On the main floor, you’ll find a double bed and a futon if you’re a small family, making it perfect for anyone who doesn’t mind sharing a cozy and small space in one space.

Other features of this treehouse include one full bath with a mini tub and toilet, a kitchenette, an outdoor area, air conditioning on the first floor, and a TV with Hulu and Netflix. Guests of this treehouse also have private access to a community beach, which is only 2 minutes away. There are also plenty of nearby restaurants, which are only a short drive from the property.

2. NH Treehouse Life

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Location: Munsonville, New Hampshire

Price: $269

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This beautiful tree house is for adults only and pets are also prohibited. It features one bedroom, a full bathroom, and sleeps 2. This is perfect for couples or solo travelers.

It also has WiFi, air conditioning, a fireplace, a kitchen, a large wrap-around deck, and an outdoor space. There’s a large rock garden with a fire pit, which is perfect for evening bonfires or s’mores.

This log cabin-style tree house is cozy and intimate, featuring leather furniture and large windows that frame the beautiful natural surroundings. In terms of location, it is only 13 minutes from Granite Gorge and less than 30 minutes from Highland Lake and Nubanusit Lake.

3. Private Treetop Luxury Treehouse

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Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire

Price: $379

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This is a 3-level treehouse that boasts luxury amenities. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and sleeps 4. It’s also complete with a kitchen, a deck with a BBQ grill, balcony seating, a washer and dryer area, and high ceilings for an airy feel.

This treehouse rental in New Hampshire is close to Jean’s Playground, Whale’s Tale Water Park, and other nearby attractions, making it a great base for small families.

Restaurants are also within walking distance, so you won’t have to worry about food or cooking. But if you want to cook, this treehouse also offers a fully-equipped kitchen. For families with kids, the loft, or “cub den,” features a twin bed, separating the adults from the kids, and giving each member of the family their very own private space.

4. Rustic Treehouse Cabin

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Location: Madison, New Hampshire

Price: $629

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Our biggest treehouse cabin on the list, this rental features 4 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms, and sleeps 8. This is perfect for a big group or a large family.

There’s a kitchen, deck, screened porch, and a loft area/games room. This games room is perfect for teens and the young at heart. It is furnished with a Fussball that can be converted into a pingpong table, it also has a bar, and darts.

This treehouse also has access to 5 different beaches on the Pea Porridge Ponds, where guests can swim or kayak. There are 2 kayaks and a canoe for guests to use should they want to venture onto the beach.

Other important things to know about this treehouse rental is that it’s very close to the area’s top attractions such as White Mountain National Forest, Saco River, Conway Lake, and Silver Lake.

With a great location and beautiful amenities, this family-friendly New Hampshire treehouse is one of the best options for families or big groups visiting the state.

5. Luxury Two-Story Treehouse

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Location: Newbury, New Hampshire

Price: $365

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This gorgeous luxury treehouse is near Lake Sunapee, offering a beautiful setting with natural surroundings in an exclusive property. It features 2 bedrooms, and 1 bathroom, and sleeps 4, making it a great treehouse rental for a small family or group of friends.

Features of this rental include a kitchen, a wrap-around deck with bench seating, a firepit outdoors, and a treehouse that goes through the main area of the house.

Nestled in the woods, it’s perfect for guests who want something more private, quiet, and secluded, but not too isolated. Its location is only a 14-minute walk from Mount Sunapee State Park, and the Sunapee Harbor is only a 9-minute drive.

Great for guests who want to spend more time outside, it also has a BBQ grill on the deck, and beautiful trees and nature within the property.

6. Rustic Treehouse Cottage

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Location: Franklin, New Hampshire

Price: $156

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Our last treehouse is more of a cottage but since it’s elevated on a small hill and touches the trees that surround it, it looks like a treehouse from the front exterior.

Also known as the Pemi Shore Cottages, this is one of the treehouse cabins on the property. Features of this rental include 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and sleeps 4. This makes it perfect for couples or small families.

Other features include a kitchen, a BBQ grill on the deck, air conditioning, beautiful beach views, WiFi, TV, and air conditioning, and pets are allowed to stay in the treehouse.

There’s also private access to a beach, where a small functional boat ramp is found, as well as a row boat and paddle boat for guests to use. The Pemigewasset River is also nearby, where guests can fish, swim, or enjoy water skiing. For those who are into hiking, there are also plenty of trails nearby, making this treehouse rental a great base for all of the nearby adventures and attractions.

New Hampshire is a state where you are invited to come outdoors and enjoy what nature has to offer. These treehouse rentals are cozy, modern, and full of amenities that make them your home away from home.

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