This Washington Airbnb Treehouse Offers Breathtaking Getaway!
If you're looking for a unique getaway that will provide the ambiance for a memorable experience, you may want to look up! Look up, into Sir Cedric Cedar Treehouse. No, this isn't someone's nickname, this is a real-life treehouse that is available for rent through Airbnb. Sir Cedric Cedar Treehouse is standing tall and proud in Ferndale, WA. According to Airbnb 'Superhost Scott':
Sir Cedric Cedar Treehouse is a unique accommodation that will inspire you and form a lasting impression. Creative expression, hand-hewn craftsmanship, and functional design combine for a tranquil getaway. This 4-foot-wide Western Red Cedar passes directly through the middle of the Treehouse without a single bolt driven into it.
One can tell by gazing at the pictures that this experience will be like no other.
The smell of cedar welcomes you into the three open-concept rooms, including a living room, kitchen, and bedroom. You progressively step up in elevation from one room to the next as you circle the tree, ending in the cozy, nest-like bedroom ( with a 100% organic mattress ).
What the heck? Here's a spacious deck - featuring a propane BBQ Grill and chairs.
Can you imagine taking a shower in the great outdoors? Well, you can here. Private too since you're up in a tree, only the bats and birds might be peeking in. (kidding!)
Is it just me or would it feel weird burning wood in the firepit right where Sir Cedric can see?
Spacious living area.
Awesome craftsmanship throughout.
So much natural light coming in.
Convenient and functional kitchen.
Comfortable sleeping arrangement.
Cozy dining for two.
Just imagine staying for a night or two or three. Just $175 per night!
Rightfully proud of this space, Airbnb Superhost Scott describes:
Sir Cedric is perfect for 2 people celebrating a special event or desiring a romantic peaceful getaway from the usual. Serene, quiet and majestic are words that best describe the feeling when in this Treehouse.
Want to find out more about availabilities? CLICK HERE for a link to the listing.