In a couple of weeks my partner and I are heading off for a very delayed (6 months late) one year anniversary weekend away. We knew that we wanted to stay somewhere unique and the idea of a treehouse started to come up. It was the perfect combination of unique and ‘when will we ever get to do this again’. So I set off doing some research for the best possible treehouses to stay in near us.
After I finished all of this research I thought I needed to share it with some people online so that you can also go and stay in an amazing treehouse for a weekend away. I will share some pics of where we end up staying after we go so look forward to that!
Here are some of my favourite options across Canada:
Chalet in the Trees – Nominingue, Quebec, Canada
This treehouse is available for $154 per night, has three beds and can accommodate up to four people. But be aware after two people its $23 extra per person, per night. There are lots of outdoor activities for all seasons nearby including dog sledding (!!), ice fishing, snowshoeing, swimming, canoeing and more. You also access the treehouse through a suspension bridge. How cool is that?
Tree House in the Monashee Mountains – Cherryville, BC, Canada
Away from Quebec and onto the West Coast (best coast?). It’s pricier at $279 per night but has other amenities that the other one doesn’t like a restaurant as a part of where you’re staying. It’s also nestled into North Okanagan right by the provincial park with mountainous wildlife including grizzly bears! Six people can fit in the place with 3 beds.
Two seasons forest treehouse – Sacre-Coeur, Quebec, Canada
Another one in Quebec, why do the French have the coolest accommodations? This treehouse is $170 a night and accommodates two guests with a private bath and kitchen. There are four possible cabins in the middle of a forest but there’s wifi so this is definitely glamping. There are whales, bears and birds all nearby!
Unique House – Wardner, BC, Canada
Look at the amazing use of wood in this treehouse that accommodates four people with two beds. Everything is so beautiful, definitely check out the Airbnb listing and peruse all of the amazing wood features. It somehow even as an indoor fireplace! It’s 200 per night with $30 a night per guest after two people.
Deluxe Treehouse – Scugog, Ontario, Canada
Finally one in Ontario! And only an hour from Toronto for anyone who is a city dweller like me. It’s on the smaller size and will accommodate two people for $185 per night. But be warned the price goes up on weekends.
Mont-Tremblant Treehouses – Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré, Quebec, Canada
At only $169 these amazing treehouses can accommodate up to six people with four beds! It’s definitely a bit rustic but it looks so beautiful in the winter or summer. I’m dying to go here and be surrounded by the beautiful lakes. The balcony is so beautiful.
Heated Treehouse – Port Perry, Ontario, Canada
This is one of the more expense of any of the options at $249 for up to two people. But it is beautiful and one of the few options in Ontario so it might be worth the price. We were very much considering staying here before we stumbled across the one we’re actually staying in.
Cozy Treehouse – Georgian Bluffs, Ontario, Canada
And the final one! It is actually the most expensive of any of the options at $379 per night for two people. So Ontario officially has the most expensive treehouses, maybe worth traveling to Quebec for. But this treehouse is such a beautiful location and offers such a unique experience. It’s an eco-treat with all of the meals sourced from local farm fresh produce. It even includes a sauna!
Let me know what you think of all of these and if you plan on staying in any of them or if you have any fun Canada travel plans for the 150th birthday of my country!
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