A TREEHOUSE packed with all the modern amenities! Romance, privacy, and charm, all nestled in the woods near Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire! We're seconds from the shores of Lake Sunapee and less than five minutes from the slopes of Mount Sunapee. Location is convenient to numerous restaurants, shops, venues and activities. Knock this one off your bucket list: SLEEP IN A TREEHOUSE!
Every inch of this one-of-a-kind treehouse has been crafted with the utmost attention to detail that invites you to discover the many surprises it holds… including a mouse house!
Other features include wrap-around deck raised high above the trees where you can relax and enjoy the solitude surrounding you, and a lower deck with bench seating and a Weber Spirit grill that converts to a griddle – cook your morning pancakes in the great outdoors!
Walk through the hand-crafted 'Hobbit Door' to discover a welcoming main room with radiant heated Travertine stone flooring and walls covered with reclaimed barn board from the 1800’s. Dine at the table built on a kiln-dried tree stump. The galley kitchen is equipped with a microwave convection oven, two-burner cook stove and under-the-counter refrigerator/freezer.
A soapstone propane stove keeps the house cozy on snowy winter days, while a central air conditioning cools down the heat of the summer.
The treehouse offers two bedrooms to comfortably sleep four. The lower level bedroom has a full size bed, and the upstairs spacious bedroom has a queen size bed.
The kitchen is fully stocked with utensils, dinnerware, pans, a Keurig coffee maker, toaster and other essentials and treats such as spices, sugar, butter, honey, fruit preserves, gourmet tea, olive oil, cream, coffee K-cups, microwave popcorn and Perrier sparkling water.
The tree house is a self-contained private area, located on a well-lit road with parking for two vehicles.
Accès des voyageurs
We'll be there to provide you the key when you check in, and answer any questions you have.
A binder, located on the dining table, provides instructions for all appliances.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are off-property, but located just down the road. We're very knowledgeable with Sunapee and the surrounding area, so feel free to ask questions.
The treehouse is maintained by a caretaker who will ensure it's ready for your arrival, while respecting your privacy.
The Sunapee area is mountainous and cell phone reception is often intermittent. No land line is available at the treehouse.
Price includes 9% NH Meals and Rental Tax.
Four-Person Maximum. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Although the tree house has been built with safety and comfort in mind, we require that guests sign a waiver of liability upon check-in.
You may notice a slight vibration when using the laundry machines, depending on the washing machine program selected. This is normal. We will not provide refunds as a result of this.
Being extensive travelers ourselves, we always recommend the added protection of travel insurance to our guests.
No pets are allowed.
Given that our treehouse is built in the trees, it's completely normal to hear creaking as the trees move naturally on windy days. We will not provide refunds as a result of this.
No candles or incense burning.
Checkout time is strictly enforced so we have adequate time to prepare for our next guest.
You are responsible for cleaning during your stay, and for leaving the property in the same condition as when you checked in. Any damage or additional, necessary cleaning will result in a security deposit reduction.
If you'd like the treehouse cleaned during your stay, a payment of $70 will be required at that time.
The treehouse is not child-proofed, so no children under 7 are allowed.
The dumbwaiter can be used to hoist luggage and bags from the parking area to the entrance of the treehouse, and holds a maximum of 70lbs.
Any person listed as the renter must be 21 years of age or older.
This property is privately owned. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
We are not responsible for accidents or injury to guests, or for the loss of money, jewelry, or valuables of any kind.
PLEASE! No products other than toilet paper down the toilets.
My husband and I live along the shores of Lake Sunapee in New Hampshire with our beautiful Great Pyrenees. Having lived in the area all our lives, we love it here.