Treehouse Hotels and Rentals For Your Vacation
(Image credit: Fox and Hounds Hotel)You've got the travel bug after two years at home, but you don't want to deal with crowds. It would be great to relax in a natural place, as long as it's not too hot. How about a vacation where you stay in a treehouse! No hiking or adventure tours will be necessary to get back to nature, and the accommodations are luxurious. You can stay in treehouses in a rainforest, a nature preserve, an evergreen forest, on a mountainside, over a lake, or even in elevated accommodations without trees at all. The views are spectacular, which is why they were built in the first place, and you'll have all the privacy you can imagine. From South Africa to the Arctic, from Japan to Utah, there's a treehouse out there calling your name.
The Queen of Offbeat Airbnbs
For Kristie Wolfe, there’s no place she can’t call home.The woman is the figure behind some of Airbnb’s most unique listings. And get this, she built them all herself, from the ground up.Wolfe’s handiworks are not your typical vacation homes. In the last decade, she’s built a jungle treehouse in Hawaii, a real-life Hobbit hole in Washington, a converted fire lookout in the middle of a forest and a potato-shaped tiny home in Idaho. Due to the high cost of land in tourist hotspots, Wolfe chose to build her rental homes in lesser-known locations. However, it does not deter vacationers from booking them. Guests have to wait for as long as 430 days in order to reserve a night at some of her homes.The unconventional life paid off for Wolfe. She used to earn $13 per hour doing odd jobs. Nowadays, her properties rack in hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.Image: Kristie Wolfe#Airbnb #VacationHome #Hobbit #treehouse #PotatoHouse #KristieWolfe
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