If you are looking for a unique weekend getaway in New England, take to the tree tops! There are many glamping options in New Hampshire, from yurts to tiny houses, but it is time to live out your Swiss Family Robinson fantasies with a stay at one of these treehouses in New Hampshire.
Just be sure to keep in mind travel restrictions if you are visiting from outside of New England during 2020.
Treehouses in Southern New Hampshire
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Rye, New Hampshire
Close to the beach, this tiny tree cabin offers the best of both worlds — the romance and adventure of a treehouse stay with the conveniences of a guest room nearby. The treehouse itself is like camping — no electricity, bathroom, or beds (just sleeping mats and a cot). But nearby you have use of a private bathroom and a guest room with a fridge and electricity just a two-minute walk away.
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Dunbarton, New Hampshire
Located a mile down a dirt road, but only 15 minutes to Concord and just over an hour from Boston, you will find a treetop sanctuary suspended 30 feet above the forest floor. A suspended walkway means you don’t need to climb ladders or steps to reach this oasis. Which is good because you do need to bring your own sleeping bags, food and cooking supplies, and flashlights or lanterns. The treehouse does include a compost toilet, fridge, electricity, WIFI, and a wood stove with sleeping space for up to four.
Treehouses in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region
Newbury, New Hampshire
Feel like you are outside from the comfort of the indoors with floor-to-ceiling windows of the Ling Treehouse. This treehouse doesn’t have a bathroom or kitchen (it does have an outhouse), but the privacy and design will soothe your soul. A ramp makes access easy and you can enjoy time by the outdoor fire pit, take a nap in the hammock, or explore the nature trails on acres of private property.
Salisbury, New Hampshire
Can’t decide between a tree house and a glamping tent? The Hemlock Hideaway is the perfect combination of both. When you want to disconnect, ascend the stairs to this safari-style treehouse tent. Offering a bedroom with a queen bed, a living area with a small table, and a kitchenette, the clear plastic roof lets you star gaze. Outside you will find a small deck, a fire pit with a grill, an outhouse and a camp shower. Just bring your own cooler!
Newbury, New Hampshire
It is hard to believe this luxury cabin is actually a two-story treehouse! Equipped with all the modern conveniences, including a galley kitchen, a propane stove to keep you warm, two gorgeously-appointed bedrooms, a bathroom, and even air conditioning. Those seeking a luxury adventure will enjoy the wrap-around deck and outdoor fire pit — all minutes from Lake Sunapee.
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