Located just 30 minutes outside of Seattle in Fall City, Washington, TreeHouse Point is a B&B haven for nature lovers. Built in 2005 by Pete Nelson, star of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters,” Treehouse Point offers travelers a unique experience to stay in one of six treehouses in the lush and green Pacific Northwest.
With names like “Temple of the Blue Moon,” each treehouse is an architectural wonder, offering guests an oasis with hand-hewn beds and relaxing forest views. The Main Lodge and Pond Room also provide plenty of space for larger groups. This rustic retreat provides massages and yoga classes for guests to enjoy as well. Guests should note that the treehouses do not have bathrooms; shared private bathrooms are located on the ground level, complete with a shower, toilet, sink, and toiletries.
While there is no restaurant on-premise, homemade continental breakfast is included in your overnight stay. Nearby farmer’s markets, hiking trails, and restaurants in Snoqualmie Valley are aplenty, so travelers shouldn’t worry about having nothing to do in the middle of the forest. Explore along the Raging River, grab a book or game from the Library, or make yourself a cozy fire in the Lodge or at one of the resort’s fire pits.
Inspired by these treehouses? Want one of your own? The resort's sister company, Nelson Treehouse & Supply, is a world-renowned treehouse building and design team that can assist you in creating the treehouse of your dreams. Guests can visit their website for more details.