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Get Unplugged: New Hampshire Treehouse Rentals

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I’ve written about a lot of treehouses. One thing that struck me about New Hampshire treehouse rentals is that so many of them are off the grid. And they are open year-round, proof to me that people who trek here are hearty souls and love to really be unplugged.

From a tent in the trees to one with heated floors (?!) these treehouses in New Hampshire offer a variety of experiences, some with gorgeous mountain views close to hiking trails and skiing and a few right on a river. Most of them have fire pits and one has the prettiest outhouse I’ve seen.

Before renting a treehouse for your New England vacation, please see my 5 Tips for Amazing Treehouse Rentals. They are not like regular accommodations and you want to be sure a stay in a treehouse is right for you.

My #1 tip is to book early. Because they are so popular, treehouse rentals book up really fast. If you can’t see one available that you love, please see other treehouse rentals in New England for more options.

Please note these rates were current when published, however rental rates are subject to change and often do so seasonally. Treehouses are listed by price, with the most expensive first. All photos are courtesy of Airbnb.

Luxury Four Season treehouse, one of the new hampshire treehouse rentals
Luxury Four Season Treehouse

Luxury Four Season Treehouse

Location: Newbury, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Average rate: $456
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What we love: Some of the stairs have secret drawers.

If you’re looking for location and luxury, check out this treehouse. A fireplace and heated floors?! Sign me up. You need to see all the photos of this gorgeous treehouse with special touches throughout, like a dining table made out of a tree stump, hand-carved kitchen cabinets and a luxurious bathroom.

Head outside and enjoy the wraparound porch, grill and fire pit. The treehouse is close to Lake Sunapee and less than five minutes from Mount Sunapee.

Ling Treehouse
Ling Treehouse

Ling Treehouse

Location: Newbury, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: outhouse
Rate: $359
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What we love: Beautiful outhouse ­– two words I never thought I’d write together. There are full windows on one side to take in the view in this private location.

View the photos of this treehouse to appreciate the craftmanship. It’s designed with windows everywhere to take advantage of the gorgeous views. While the style is modern, it is off the grid so you can vacation unplugged. There’s an outdoor shower hung from a tree to use in the summer and fall.

Ling Treehouse is about 10 minutes from a grocery store and restaurants and also close to hiking trails, skiing and lakes, making it a perfect weekend getaway.

Treehouse at Plummber shores in New Hampshire
Treehouse at Plummer shores

Treehouse at Plummer Shores

Location: Sanbornton, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Rate: $257
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What we love: It’s a short walk to a community beach and hiking trails.

Whether you’re into paddle boarding or ice fishing, you’ll appreciate the two-minute walk to a beach from this heated treehouse. It has a light and airy interior with kitchenette, three beds and a fire pit outside.

Treetop Sanctuary

Treetop Sanctuary airbnb treehouse rentals
Treetop Sanctuary

Location: Dunbarton, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1 with additional bed in loft
Bathrooms: composting toilet
Rate: $195
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What we love: The transparent ceiling.

You’ll stay toasty warm with the wood stove (wood provided) at this cute treehouse on five wooded acres with a pond. It has two queen beds, one in a loft, but no linens are provided so bring your own. Unlike a lot of the other New Hampshire treehouse rentals, this one has electricity, fridge and wifi. While it’s 30 feet in the air, you can access it by a ramp.

Tiny Pine Tree Cabin treehouse
Tiny Pine Tree Cabin

Tiny Pine Tree Cabin

Location: Rye, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 3 beds in common space
Bathrooms: 1
Rate: $125
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What we love: It’s a short drive to the ocean.

Another rustic choice, Tiny Pine Tree Cabin doesn’t have heat, electricity or plumbing, providing a truly unplugged getaway. Located on almost 200 acres of conservation land, the treehouse cabin’s side deck has a beautiful view of the trees and there’s a fire pit with firewood for sale. There is a mini fridge, tea and coffee plus several restaurants close by.

Tree House at the Shire
Tree House at the Shire

Tree House at the Shire

Location: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: outhouse
Rate: $119
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What we love: The screened-in front porch.

This cozy one-room treehouse, described as rustic and quaint, has an outdoor kitchen, outhouse and bucket bathing outdoors available seasonally. There’s also a fire pit. The tree house is about 15 minutes from North Conway.

Hemlock Hideout treehouse
Hemlock Hideout
The bedroom at Hemlock Hideout

Hemlock Hideout

Location: Salisbury, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1, outhouse
Rate: $108
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Open seasonally from May to October, this top-rated treehouse books up fast. I had to include a photo of the bedroom – gorgeous and perfect for a romantic getaway! There’s a deck, kitchenette and table just for two. The composting outhouse has a handwashing station and there’s a fire pit with picnic table. There’s also an enclosed solar shower hung from a tree. Blackwater River is about a mile away.

Treehaus
Treehaus

Treehaus

Location: Bethlehem, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: outhouse
Rate: $97
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What we love: Views of Mount Washington and the White Mountains.

Lie in the bed in the loft of this cute treehouse and you can see the mountains through a round window at the front of the treehouse, which also has a triangular deck on the main level. Treehaus is within 20 minutes of Bretton Woods Ski Area and Cannon Mountain.

Treehouse Hostel at D Acres Farm
Treehouse Hostel at D Acres Farm

Treehouse Hostel at D Acres Farm

Location: Dorchester, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 0, porta potty available
Rate: $86
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What we love: The swimming pond.

This simple treehouse has a raised wooden platform and a loft for sleeping, so bring your own bedding for a stay here. There is no heat, electricity or running water but you’ll have great hiking. You can get seasonal produce, crafts and beer at the farm store.

White Mountains Heated Treehouse
White Mountains Heated Treehouse

White Mountains Heated Treehouse

Location: Warren, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 0
Rate: $75
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What we love: The fire pit by the river.

Grab the gang for a stay in this treehouse that has a double bed, single bed and air mattress on a private acre 100’ from the Baker River. It has a propane heater but you’ll probably want to bring your warmest sleeping bag in the winter. There are also tent campsites available to rent.

There is no running water but you can get potable water from a spring down the road.

Riverside Tiny Treehouse

Riverside Tiny Treehouse

Location: Warren, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1 shared porta potty
Rate: $70 for 1, $10 for each additional person
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What we love: Sleep with the river just 10 feet away.

A bit more on the rustic side, this treehouse is BYOB – bring your own bedding. Which means your own mattress or sleeping bag. What it lacks in luxury, it makes up with a location with six other rentals right on the river. And it’s 15 minutes from hiking trails

Treehouse Tent on Toad Hill
Treehouse Tent on Toad Hill

Treehouse Tent on Toad Hill

Location: Chatham, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: .5 bath
Rate: $55
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What we love: The fire pit with chairs.

Bed down surrounded by hundreds of acres of national forest. Hike, swim, fish and chase waterfalls on the property. This property is also BYOB – bring your own bedding for the two single beds. While it’s open in the winter, you’ll also need to bring snowshoes to reach the tent.

White Mountains Treehouse
White Mountains Treehouse

White Mountains Treehouse

Location: Wentworth, New Hampshire
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: outhouse
Rate: $37
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What we love: Table and chairs made of tree stumps.

Bring your own linens and enjoy sleeping on a working 22-acre farm on the Baker River surrounded by fields and forest. The treehouse has three small rooms, camping propane stove, solar shower bag and fire pit. The treehouse is 10 miles from sections of the AT, Rumney Rocks and Mt. Moosilauke.

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