Get Away from It All at this Tree House Bed and Breakfast

March 24, 2014 by

Bonbibi treehouse

Bonbibi treehouse

Nature lovers looking for a vacation that offers true peace and tranquility can find it just 30 minutes from Seattle.

TreeHouse Point is situated in a beautiful forest setting beside the Raging River and features overnight lodging in various tree houses. It’s an ideal place for those who want to get away from technology and the stresses of everyday busyness. They also offer accommodations for meetings and weddings.

Burl treehouse

Burl treehouse

Tree House Bed and Breakfast

The idea for TreeHouse Point started in 2005. Owner Pete Nelson had been building tree houses since he was 5 when he and his father built his first. As his projects progressed throughout the years, he “learned from each experience and from each tree.”

When he found 4 parcels of just under 4 acres in Fall City along with neighboring property featuring a lodge/home for sale, the Tree House Bed and Breakfast were born. He walked the property during the full and blue moons searching for the ideal location for his first tree house and started to design the first tree house the next day.

The Temple of the Blue Moon was the first, but not the last. It has been joined by 5 others: Trillium, The Nest, The Upper Pond, Bon Bibi, and the Burl.

Burl treehouse

Inside the Burl

Each of the Tree House Point’s lodging options include a luxurious night’s sleep in a hand-hewn bed and are surrounded by forest views. It’s a breathtaking experience. You can even open the window to let the fresh evening air in, and with it you might hear the sounds of the river and wildlife.

It provides an individual experience with every guest enjoying their own space at night. In the morning, a continental breakfast is served in the lodge. They also have an on-staff officiate who offers private yoga and massages.

Guests are encouraged to explore the grounds, relax by the river, or build a fire in one of the fire pits or in the main lodge. For more information, be sure to visit their website or send an email to [email protected] for rates and calendar of availability.

Photo credits: treehousepoint

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  1. Ruby T. says:

    I generally am not a fan of camping, but I think I could get behind staying in a treehouse like this! Outside, yet inside. Perfect.

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