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Treehouse Rentals in New England Perfect for All Four Seasons

New England is rich with treehouse rentals that allow you to stay in comfort while enjoying the great outdoors and all four seasons of the region.

Treehouse Rentals in New England Perfect for All Four Seasons

New England is a region that comprises 6 states on the US East Coast and it's a region that has plenty to offer to outdoor enthusiasts, from coastlines to mountains, to woodlands, to hiking trails, mountain ranges, lakes, and so much more.

All of this means New England is rich with treehouse rentals that allow you to stay in comfort while enjoying the great outdoors and all four seasons of the region.

I’ve discovered 6 treehouse rentals in New England that range from raw and rustic accommodations for couples and groups to modern and cozy rentals that will make you feel like you’re staying in a good friend’s home.

Here are 6 treehouse rentals in New England you should know about:

1. Modern Treehouse in Truro Hills

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Location: Truro Hills, Massachusetts

Price: $488

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This three-bedroom modern treehouse is perfect for a large group or family. It sleeps 6 and has three bathrooms, with the main floor bathroom having a bathtub and shower.

Some of its most important features include a modern kitchen, a dining area, a living area, and a large deck that offers beautiful views of the distant Truro Hills and Cape Cod Bay.

The overall interiors of this rental offer a cozy, comfortable, and classic vibe. It’s very much like visiting a close family member’s home, with homey details in every inch of the treehouse.

The living area, for example, features a warm and welcoming sofa with plenty of New England-inspired decor. The tall glass windows also allow plenty of natural light to come in, creating an airy and homey vibe to this New England tree house vacation rental.

2. Luxury 2-Storey Treehouse Near Lake Sunapee

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Location: Newbury, New Hampshire

Price: $400

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Nestled in the woods, this luxury treehouse is only a two-minute walk from Lake Sunapee, with the Sunapee Harbor only a 9-minute drive away. If Lake Sunapee and the Harbor are part of your New England itinerary, then this treehouse rental is a great base for all of your activities and adventures within the area.

It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and sleeps 4. It’s perfect for a couple, a small group, or a small family. Kids are allowed but not pets. There's a kitchen, living area, fireplace, outdoor space, air conditioning, heated flooring, and a wraparound deck.

What sets this treehouse apart is its unique design. Made entirely of wood, it feels like an authentic log cabin once you step inside. This makes it perfect for anyone who wants to experience staying in a treehouse and a log cabin at the same time.

3. The Treehouse Compound

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Location: West Pawlet, Vermont

Price: $180 for 2 people, +$80 extra person

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The Treehouse Compound consists of two unique treehouses on one private property. If you plan to stay here, you need to rent the whole property, even if there are just 2 or 3 of you. Each of the tree houses has bedrooms, with a total of 5 for both, and there’s a bathroom in each of them as well.

There’s a kitchen pavilion near both of the treehouses, where you can find all the things you need to prepare a meal. There’s also an outdoor shower and an outhouse toilet, which is perfect for anyone who likes to rough it out but not too much.

The treehouses have a very organic feel as the owner of the rental wants to preserve the natural setting of the property as much as possible. The structures are made from local materials with many of them being reclaimed, creating a unique raw and rustic look to the treehouses.

With a total of 5 bedrooms, this rental can accommodate a group of up to 11 people, making it a great choice for two families or larger groups on a holiday.

4. Quonochontaug Treehouse

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Location: Charlestown, Rhode Island

Price: $195

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This treehouse rental in New England is not exactly a treehouse but it’s a charming waterfront cabin that was originally built in the early 1900s. It has a country charm to it, like an old family home.

What made the owners call it a treehouse is because of the second-floor balcony, which opens up to a large Maple tree that surrounds one side of the house.

Being a waterfront cabin, guests get to have easy access to the Ninigret Pond and QEBA Beach. Some kayaks are available to use for guests, giving guests a fun way to enjoy Charlestown without having to go too far from the rental.

Other features include a kitchenette, 1 bedroom, and 1 bathroom, a covered outdoor patio, a garden area, and a BBQ grill.

5. Eagle Ridge Treehouse

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Location: Stockbridge, Vermont

Price: $500

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The Eagle Ridge Treehouse is a stunning rental near the Green Mountain National Forest, which is only 24 minutes away via car. It’s a two-story treehouse with a loft, accommodating 2 people, which makes it perfect for couples on a romantic getaway.

There are huge glass windows throughout this treehouse, framing the beautiful woods that surround the property, as well as allowing natural light to fill the interiors during the daytime.

And to add to its romantic setting, a spa tub is located outside, out in the garden area of the property.

6. Vermont Treehouse at The Quechee Club

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Location: Quechee, Vermont

Price: $350

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The Vermont Treehouse is located within the prime four seasons resort of The Quechee Club. This New England treehouse rental boasts 3 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms, and sleeps 6, making it a great family-friendly accommodation or for a group of friends.

There's a deck, a kitchen, a dining area, and a living area in this treehouse, offering complete and modern amenities for guests. You also get access to the resort’s shared facilities, such as a sauna, an indoor pool, a fitness center, racquet courts, a skating pond, and so much more.

There’s so much to do and see in New England and every season offers something different for every treehouse enthusiast in this region.

Get to choose between romantic abodes or family-friendly vacation homes, or raw and rustic treehouses that are the perfect epitome of what it means to stay in a genuine accommodation that’s set among the trees.

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