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Inside one of America’s most incredible treehouses where you can stay for less than $400-a-night on Airbnb

ONE of America’s coolest Airbnb spots is an incredible oak treehouse – less than $400 a night.

The Live Oak Treehouse at HoneyTree Farm Airbnb in Fredericksburg, Texas, can welcome two guests to stay inside the cute bungalow.

For $392 a night plus a $75 cleaning fee, other taxes and charges, guests can stay at the home which is described as “a stilted luxury cabin built in a cluster of oaks on the Palo Alto creek.”

According to the home’s listing, the beautiful oak treehouse’s owners suggest guests “relax in the hammock” or “snuggle up in the nook by the big, round window for some reading or writing.”

“End your day with a long soak in the private candle-lit outdoor bathtub with an open view of nature,” which is encouraged to also be used as a hot tub. 

“Retire upstairs to the king bed under lacy mosquito netting and twinkle lights,” its description reads. “Everything is better in a treehouse.”

The Airbnb is “cozy and bright” and “surrounded by nature” ranging from songbirds to wild turkeys to armadillos and deer. 

Photos of the treehouse show it to be bright, full of light, and airy.

With light wood fixtures, white bedding and curtains, a hide rug, and beautiful exposed beam ceilings, this home is quite the attraction. 

The kitchenette is stocked with coffee and tea needs, as well as a mini fridge and large sink. 

The bedroom fits a king size mattress that’s located underneath a mosquito net, and has a record player for guests’ musical needs. 

The owners noted online that babies and small children are also welcome to sleep in the daybed in the nook.

There's an indoor shower, but guests can also relax in the outdoor in-ground bathtub, surrounded by scenery, candles, and potted plants.

Airbnb customers have clearly been enthralled by the beautiful home, according to their reviews of the property.

“This is such a cute little bungalow! It was close to downtown Fredericksburg but far enough away to feel homey!” one user wrote. “The atmosphere was amazing and it felt so cozy!”

Another guest said of their stay: “What a gem! Our stay was beyond relaxing and something we will always remember. We feel so blessed to have found this place! Already looking to book again!”

Another wrote: “Jacob’s Treehouse blew us out of the water! The views & nature surounding (sic) were incredible! You can hear the cows & chickens in the morning, the balcony with the hammock was so relaxing!”

“The inside was so beautiful and every little detail is perfect! Thank you so much for making our stay perfect! We will be back!”

The getaway is surely popular – considering that as of Wednesday, it’s largely booked until August, with brief openings in the coming months.

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