5 UNBELIEVABLE Treehouses for Rent in your BC Backyard

Posted by Emma McKenzie on Jun 1, 2017 8:00:40 AM

Growing up you start to think you may never get the excuse to hang out in a treehouse again. Here’s your chance to relive your childhood.

Free Spirit Spheres - Eryn // Qualicum Beach



Features: Double bed, loft for third person, spiral staircase, built in speaker system.
Accommodates: 3 people
Cost: $116 a night per person
Distance from Vancouver: 3.5 hours
Book here: http://freespiritspheres.com/


Off-Grid Treehouse // Narrows Village

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Features: Accessible only by boat or helicopter, self contained and off grid with running water, power, and heat
Accommodates:  2 people
Cost: $255 a night
Distance from Vancouver: 5 hours
Book here: https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/14086248


Secret Cove Treehouse // Halfmoon Bay



Features: Rain shower for two, deck overlooking Secret Cove, BBQ, robes and hand knit slippers and towels.
Accommodates: 2 people
Cost: $87.50 a night per person (rates vary)
Distance from Vancouver: 2, 3/4 hours
Book here: http://secretcovetreehouse.com/


Outa The Woods // Wardner



Features: Front deck, loft bedroom, hammock, solar powered, view of the Rockies, 2 handmade spiral staircases.
Accommodates: 4 people
Cost: $65 a night per person
Distance from Vancouver: 10 hours
Book here: http://www.outathewoods.com/


The Cliffhouse // Galliano Island



Features: 2 large decks, BBQ, indoor wood fireplace, Jacuzzi tub, solarium, outdoor shower, 5min from beach.
Accommodates: 4 people
Cost: $47.00 a night per person
Distance from Vancouver: 2.5 hours
Book here: http://cliffhousecottages.com/site/the-cliffhouse.html




Topics: Vacation, Treehouses

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