Post # 1
My FI and I looove the show Treehouse Master on A&E, it’s amazing what they can do!!
Not only is it a show, but Treehouse Point in Fall City, WA is in actual desination/retreat type place. Since we’re planning on buying a house after we get married, we’re not concentrating on a honeymoon, but how AWESOME would it be to spend a long weekend here? It’d be just the privacy and rejuvination we need after all the wedding craziness!
I wonder what one of these “rooms” go for! Has anyone been to this beauteous place??
Post # 3
@BurlapnLace: That looks gorgeous! I don’t think it is my type of retreat because I want my technology and wine but it looks super relaxing! I was interested in the rates and just peeked around a bit and saw someone said it was $150 per night in the summer (assuming this is peak time?).
There are a few reviews about the place if you do a quick search. It would probably be pretty amazing!
Post # 4
@Kir32: I just sent them an email regarding rates, looking it up now.
It’s something really different, I love it!!
Post # 5
@BurlapnLace: They have their email on the lodging page and will send you an information packet with rates, availability etc in response to your query.
Post # 6
Oh my!!!! That looks amazing! I just emailed them for rates. We were thinking of going to Idaho/Montana, but this makes me want to go to Washington! Rates range from 255-330 a night.
Post # 7
@melizabe: OMG…wait…read about the toilets!!!!!!!!!! That just SCREAMS honeymoon, doesn’t it!??!?!?!?!!!! My FI got sick on a cruise once, that was enough toilet adventure for one lifetime.
Post # 8
@BurlapnLace: they have similar tree houses in Cave Junction, OR as well called Out-n-About Treesort- the guy also owns a few in Mexico, Costa Rica, & Hawaii. It’s only 4-5 hours from our house so I’ve been really wanting to go!
The tree-masters episode from last week- the redwood treehouse- is right in my area too! It was super exciting to watch and recognize alot of the places in the show & dude was soo friggin excited to build in the redwoods.
Post # 9
@BurlapnLace: read the reviews on Tripadvisor. The first one says that four of them now have their own toilets.
Post # 10
We went to the Galápagos Islands on our honeymoon and stayed in a treehouse on a giant tortoise preserve one night. It was awesome. There were no others staying there that night so we had our own private chef in a candlelit cave (with full cooking facilities). The only tricky part was walking to the bathroom in the dark (down the ladder, across a small field) hoping you didn’t accidentally run into any tortoises!
Post # 11
@BurlapnLace: Friends of mine stayed here on an anniversary weekend – they LOVED it! Had a great time and have so many gorgeous pictures.
Post # 13
My FI wants to go camping, I’m a city girl that loves nature at arms length but staying in any of these would be awesome!! I’m going to start searching to see if I can find something similar on the east coast.
Post # 14
That is so cool!! There is a treehouse place here in Ohio (The Mohicans) that was featured on Treehouse Builders. We considered having our wedding there. Its totally awesome!
Post # 15
@BeckyS0: Is the Cave Junction OR one “Treesorts”? I’ve wanted to go for a while now.
Post # 16
@creativeplannertobee: it is! We need to just buck up & make the drive but we’re short on extra income right now so it’s still a 5 hours + $150 dream away!