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TreeHouse Point: A Village of Treehouses Perfect for Glamping

If you ever dreamt of celebrating your birthday or spending a night in a treehouse amid a green forest, then Treehouse Point located near Seattle, Washington is the right place. You can choose from a number of treehouses at the nature resort as an event place or overnight retreat for special occasions of your life. Nearly all treehouses are suspended above the ground, but some are also elevated against trees and some are even perched around trees.

Spiral staircases and long ladders lead to their front doors and make you feel that you are walking toward the sky. These treehouses provide ideal accommodation to connect with nature or celebrate important functions amidst serene woods. Some of the featured treehouses at the nature resort are listed below with brief information.

Bonbibi Treehouse

This treehouse is built between two trees, and a spiral staircase leads you to the main entrance. A glass door ushers you into a small bedroom accommodating a standard size double bed in the middle of glazed windows. Wall-mounted lights brighten the space adequately, although two swiveling lights are installed by the bedside for comforting visitors.

Price: $300/night (Beginning May 1, 2020 price will be $325).

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Burl Treehouse

Built against two symmetrical trees, the Burl treehouse is a two-story dwelling that can be accessed through a suspension bridge. It features a comfortable living area, bedroom alongside windows and a small balcony to enjoy the mesmerizing natural beauty around. Battery-powered lighting is used to create a bright enjoyable environment inside.

Price: $400/night (Beginning May 1, 2020 price will be $425)

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Nest Treehouse

A wooden ladder leads to the small deck of the elevated treehouse with a lively living room featuring glazed windows providing an expansive view of the outside. The small balcony in front of the living room also offers full views of the surrounding nature. It ensures enough privacy and calmness to enjoy the natural location.

Price: $300/night (Beginning May 1, 2020 price will be $325).

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Temple of the Blue Moon

If you really want to experience sight-seeing from a vantage point,  then this treehouse is perfect as it is built over an elevated platform that stands against two large trees. A flight of bridge connects the pathway to the Temple of the Blue Moon treehouse. Just like the previous two tiny retreats, this treehouse has cozy furnishings in the living room. A number of windows and attractive lighting in the bedroom keep the space airy and offers amazing views of the surroundings.

Price: $375/night (Beginning May 1, 2020 price will be $400)

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Trillium Treehouse

This hanging treehouse features a number of windows to feel more spacious inside. An in-room staircase leads to the loft bedroom decked with hanging lights where you can fulfill your dream of stargazing.

Price: $375/night (Beginning May 1, 2020 price will be $400).

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Upper Pond Treehouse

As the name suggests, the Upper Pond treehouse is built over two trees overlooking a clear water pond. Common amenities including a loft bed, chairs, and a table are provided. Its wooden exterior and stylish peaked roof gives it a charm of a royal abode. Moreover, a small deck offers stunning views, while the presence of a lake in the vicinity makes the lodging more sublime.

Price: $325/night (Beginning May 1, 2020 prices will be $350)

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Treehouse Point also has a large Pond Room and lodge to cope with additional space requirements for grand celebrations. Therapeutic massage, yoga classes, and on-staff assistants are some highlights of the places. It is a great weekend escape from crowded cities to celebrate and regenerate your inner soul in serenity.

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