Whether you seek a glamping experience or a luxury tree-top stay, there are treehouse getaways throughout the state ideal for adults and children alike!
If you want to stay up among the trees, but feel like you are in an elegant, high-end home look no further than The Woods. Access to Lake Pennessewassee, L.L.Bean bathrobes and a concierge service are among the amenities included in this luxury treehouse in Norway, Maine.
In The Trees offers three unique styles of treehouse accommodations – two year-round, and one seasonal and more rustic. Located in the mountains in Stoneham, this is a one of kind retreat. A forested 18-hole disc golf course wends its way along the mountainside and is free for guests! In addition, pets are welcome, and you have more than 50 acres of woods to explore.
In the MidCoast village of Georgetown, there are treehouses designed to bring you into the landscape. The three distinctive tree dwellings at Seguin are nestled into the forest, each with its own wood-fired hot tub and breathtaking views of the river. You can also reserve the entire 21-acre property which includes a gathering space ideal for workshops and retreats.
You can stay on a 14-acre private island in the Oaktagon Tree House at [1 Big Sustainable Island] (https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/13378802?source_impression_id=p3_1679598463_2bBKn9l7x6WbHAc%2F)– an off-grid eco-retreat on Annabessacook Lake in Monmouth. The tree house is an eight-sided structure built around an oak tree and can sleep up to six guests. You’ll be ferried out to the island where you can swim, kayak, hike and more in absolute peace.
Maine’s treehouse accommodations offer something others cannot: a truly unique perspective.