“A Luxurious Forest Haven”
Treehouse Cottages, est. 1990, are designed and hand built by owners Terry and Patsy Miller. Eureka Springs’ original treehouses are built on 5 wooden poles 22-26 feet off the ground, nestled in a forest of trees. Two locations provide our guests with different options. In town, 3 treehouses are located on a wooded hillside, completely enveloped in a canopy of hardwood trees, yet only minutes from the historic downtown. There is also a 2 story ground level cottage which overlooks the terraced flower garden, and features a hot tub on its own private deck. Come and enjoy the beautiful grounds with a cascading waterfall and koi pond. Browse our unique gift shop for something special. Just a mile away at our "hidden forest" location are 4 treehouses tucked away in a 33 acre tall pine forest. The ideal place for complete seclusion, enjoy the canopy of lofty trees amidst the quiet sounds of the woods. Experience Ozark splendor firsthand on the private hiking trail that meanders around the mountain down to a natural cave and spring.
This place is just amazing. I would definitely recommend it to those who would want to have a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. This wonderful place sincerely screams nature! The cottages are definitely cozy and warm. We stayed one night at the towering pines wishing we stayed longer. Everything was just so relaxing. The staff were really good, too. They were friendly and always flashed smiles towards their guests. Would really want to go back here if we had time.
Very, very high on my bucket list. This place looks amazing and I've heard good things. Will report back as soon as I have been!
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