Looking for treehouse rentals in Vermont? Good idea! A treehouse not only brings your childhood memories back but also allows you to create more. And, if you have kids, this can become one of the most memorable trips of their lives!
Whether you plan to visit Quechee Gorge, explore the covered bridges of Vermont, enjoy boating in Lake Champlain, or go skiing at Killington, Vermont serves as a perfect destination for a vacation with loved ones. Summer months are suitable for biking, hiking, boating, and fishing, while winter months are good for snowboarding and skiing.
Now, if you want a quick list of some of the best treehouse rentals in Vermont, we have it ready for you. After all, we want your vacation to be perfect!
Quick Breakdown Of Vermont Treehouse Rentals
Before we dive into the full list, here is a quick look at some of the best treehouses in various categories.
Overall Best Treehouse in Vermont – The Treehouse at Moose Meadow
Most Unique Treehouse in Vermont – Treehouse at Bliss Ridge Farm
Most Romantic Treehouse in Vermont – Vermont Village Retreat
Best Luxury Treehouse in Vermont – Five-Story Tree House
Most Rustic Treehouse in Vermont – The Hermit Thrush Treehouse
14 Dreamy Treehouse Rentals in Vermont
Below is the full list of some of the most dreamy treehouse rentals in Vermont. Here we go!
The Hermit Thrush Treehouse
Where: West Pawlet, Vermont
Price: $180+ per night
This rental is a 2 treehouse compound. The treehouses are truly bound to remind you of your childhood and the storybooks you read as a child. Such is the magic of this place!
Made from local material and reclaimed elements, these treehouses are organic in the design and feel and have living trees inside and out. It blends so well with the surroundings that it almost disappears into the woods.
The Hermit Thrush treehouse features 1 double bed on the first level & 3 single beds on the second level and a composting toilet inside. The Morning Dove treehouse features 2 double beds, 1 single bed, and a large living area.
A few meters away is a covered pavilion that has a refrigerator, a sink, water, a gas stove, a complete set of cooking utensils and dishware, and a large dining table. There is also an outdoor shower and a natural fire pit.
The Beaver Pond Treehouse
Where: Hancock, Vermont
Price: $171+ per night
Located in the Green Mountain National Forest, the treehouse is perched on a hill above Beaver pond. Set in a serene location, the treehouse is surrounded by nature from all sides. It is insulated and equipped with a heater.
It features one room with a double bed, and there is a microwave, a fridge, and a Keurig inside. There is no running water inside the treehouse and drinking water is provided. There is a bathroom with a composting toilet on the treehouse platform (It is not heated). There is a heated outdoor shower that is operational in warmer months. Uphill from the treehouse is a fire pit with a table, a bench, and a grilling area with a propane-fueled grill.
Lola’s Brookside Treehouse
Where: Moretown, Vermont
Price: $271+ per night
Enjoy a rustic stay in the woods with this beautifully designed treehouse that is tucked into a brookside on the Mad River valley. It features a bedroom loft with a bedside window, a well-furnished living room, and a well-equipped kitchen. Though there is no stove, there is an electric griddle and a 2 burner outdoor grill. There is a bathroom with a composting toilet and a shower area. There is an outdoor shower too!
Enjoy your evenings on the Adirondack chairs on the balcony outside, or take a nap on the hammock on the patio underneath the treehouse. Explore the brookside shoreline (with a path to an exclusive firepit) or go skiing and hiking in the mountains. Restaurants and breweries are nearby.
The Treehouse at Moose Meadow
Where: Waterbury, Vermont
Price: $800+ per night
Supported by two large pine trees, this handcrafted pine, cedar, and maple treehouse is magical. Sporting 31 windows offering picturesque views, the treehouse takes your breath away with its rustic interior.
This two-story treehouse features a living and dining area on the first level and a bedroom loft on the second level with a balcony. There is an expansive wrap-around deck on the first level and a circular staircase around a maple tree, leading to the second level. The bathroom features a shower, an incinerating toilet, and a bespoke sink constructed from rock found on this property.
If you are a couple looking for a wedding venue or a couple celebrating their anniversary, this is one of the best treehouse rentals in Vermont to make memories that will last a lifetime.
Treehouse at Walker Pond
Where: Coventry, Vermont
Price: $340+ per night
Resting on the edge of Walker Pond, this treehouse is partially supported by 2 white pines. The glass windows (plenty in number) offer breathtaking views of the pond and the field. Reflection from the pond falls in the treehouse on sunny afternoons.
It has two levels – the main level consists of a bathroom, a kitchen, and a sitting area. Climbing the winding tree staircase will bring you to the second level consisting of a bedroom with a queen-sized bed (memory foam mattress), a tiny closet, an LCD TV, and a reading bench.
Soak in the views on the private deck overlooking the pond or wash away your tiredness in the custom-made cedar hot tub. Go canoeing in the pond, or take a walk on the nature trails. You might also encounter wildlife.
You will be 5 minutes from downtown Newport and 22 minutes from Jay Peak Ski Resort.
Vermont Village Treehouse Cabin Retreat
Where: Newfane, Vermont
Price: $321+ per night
Featured on Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters, this treehouse is one of a kind. Located in a village setting and overlooking a pond, it features two levels. The main level has a living area, a wrap-around deck, a kitchenette with a mini-fridge, a microwave, sink, and dishware, and a bathroom with a shower.
There is also a wrap-around deck with seating offering amazing views. On the level above is the sleeping loft featuring a queen bed with bed tables. Outside, there is a seating area for 4 with a fire pit.
Hike in the Green Mountain National Forest, relax in the Rock River, visit the nearby covered bridge, or ski at Mount Snow. Brattleboro is nearby.
Stone City Treehouse
Where: Hardwick, Vermont
Price: $208+ per night
Listen to the stream flowing by and sway in the trees in this beautifully designed treehouse built with natural, local, and recycled material. Relax on the deck overlooking the stream or light up a fire below the treehouse where there is a sitting area with a hammock, a hanging bed, and a charcoal grill.
Climb up the stairs to the loft with a bed. There is a kitchen with a propane camp stove, a toaster oven, and a mini-fridge. 2 Gallons of fresh spring water are provided. There is a basic composting toilet inside, but you will have access to a full, modern bathroom inside with a shower at the main house 200 ft away.
The Hideaway Treehouse Cabin
Where: Waterford, Vermont
Price: $175+ per night
Tucked in a hilled forest, this treehouse is what you need for a relaxing getaway. Listen to the birds singing and the wind blowing through the trees while relaxing in the cedar hot tub on the 250 sq ft deck. It features a full-size bed, a porch swing, a stone fire pit, free WiFi, and a TV. There is a kitchen area with a refrigerator, a microwave, an oven, a waffle maker, a Keurig Coffee Maker, an induction hot plate, and a sink. An authentic, locally made Vermont Maple syrup is also provided.
Kingdom trails are only 25 km away. St Johnsbury’s Kingdom Table and Kingdom Taproom are 5 minutes away.
Gorgeous Crafted Treehouse with Stunning Fall Foliage View
Where: Moretown, Vermont
Price: $246+ per night
Offering incredible views of the mountains and Camels Hump State park, this treehouse is built with intricate design. It features 2 queen beds, one on the main level, and one on the loft. The bed on the main level has glass windows on 3 sides, thereby offering amazing views of the surroundings during the day, and the stars at night.
Stay warm with a propane fireplace. There is a kitchenette with a small refrigerator, a burner gas stove, and a kettle. Dishes and cups are provided. There is no shower inside or outside, but a porta potty is at the end of the ramp.
Hiking is offered from the cabin. You will be close to route 100 in Vermont, therefore you enjoy fine dining at restaurants, breweries, swimming, and mountain biking close by.
Treehouse at Bliss Ridge Farm
Where: Moretown, Vermont
Price: $429+ per night
Perched at the top of an 88-acre organic farm and offering panoramic views of the Worcester range, this is an authentic treehouse built around living trees. The property is surrounded by thousands of acres of wilderness, and there is a spring-fed pond nearby.
The treehouse features a queen bed, a fold-out sofa, a living area, a bathroom with a composting toilet, and a patio with a hammock on the main level. There are 2 lofts 10 feet above and have a double bed and a twin bed. There is an outdoor hot shower on the porch. A solar panel provides energy for lights and charging. 4 gallons of fresh springwater are provided.
You will be 15-min drive from the heart of the Mad River Valley & Waterbury.
Epic Luxury Treehouse
Where: Saint Johnsbury, Vermont
Price: $289+ per night
Nestled in the trees of the Spaulding mountain, and overlooking Alerin Farm Cattle pastures, this treehouse is a handcrafted retreat built with reclaimed timber.
The treehouse features a living room with a gas fireplace, a bathroom, 1 bedroom with a king-sized bed, and 2 queen-size beds in the sleeping loft. There is a full kitchen with a full-size gas stove, an under mount mini fridge, and a small ice maker. There is a two-story deck with an exterior dining table, an exterior bar with barstools, and a covered porch. There is a fire pit with a Weber Charcoal grill.
The treehouse is adjacent to the Alerin Barn event venue. You will be 0.5 miles away from Stephen Huneck Gallery/Dog Mountain, and 3 miles from the historic Town of St. Johnsbury. If you are a mountain biker you will be happy to know that the Kingdom trails are 10 miles away, and Burke Mountains ski and bike park is 15 miles away.
The Sugar Maple Treehouse
Where: Hancock, Vermont
Price: $185+ per night
Perched in 3 maple trees, and surrounded by the wilderness of the Green Mountain National Forest, this treehouse is hand built. You will be surrounded by peace and tranquility!
It features one room with a double bed, a bathroom with a composting toilet on the treehouse platform (not heated), a microwave, a fridge, and a Keurig. There is a heated outdoor shower that is operational in warmer months. Since there is no running water inside the treehouse, drinking water is provided. Uphill from the treehouse is a fire pit with a table, a bench, and a grilling area with a propane-fueled grill.
Five-Story Tree House Cabin
Where: Johnson, Vermont
Price: $491+ per night
Located in the woods, on the edge of a 60 feet cliff, is this 5-story, centrally heated treehouse. One of the best treehouse rentals in Vermont! There are 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. On the first floor, there is a bedroom with a queen-size bed, and the second floor has a bedroom with 2 twin beds. The third floor has the master bedroom suite with a queen-size bed and half bath. Climb the spiral staircase leading to the fourth and fifth floors where there are reading areas.
The bathroom has a shower, a sink, and a toilet. There is a fully equipped kitchen with all essentials and a dishwasher. A game of cards and 2 TVs will keep you entertained. Outside, there is a deck with seating and a hot tub.
There is a 5-mile trail system up to the waterfall and a snowshoe through the Hemlock trees. Stowe Mountain and Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resorts are close by.
Rustic Tree House Escape
Where: Cabot, Vermont
Price: $293+ per night
Perched on the banks of a private lake, and located close to Groton State Forest and Lake is this rustic treehouse. Set out to look for wildlife, canoe on the private pond, take a stroll through the lush green landscape, or simply soak in the views from the treehouse.
The treehouse features a loft-style bedroom with a queen-sized bed, and a living area with a pull-out bed, a sofa, and a dining table. There is a bathroom with a shower, a sink, and a toilet. The kitchen is fully-equipped for you to enjoy your meals.
We share the same love for treehouses as yours, which is why we curated this list of treehouse rentals in Vermont with love. Hope you enjoyed reading it!
In case, we have missed out on a gem, please let us know in the comments section below.