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(Last Updated On: October 15, 2022)

Perched between two long-standing Fir trees, this Oregon Treehouse Airbnb overlooks a forested canyon that features a river and waterfalls. The lush greens are a breath of fresh air, as much as the lack of cell service and isolation. This Off-Grid, Luxury Treehouse is the perfect getaway for couples or close friends.

Perched in the trees, the Oregon Treehouse Airbnb overlooks a lush forest and river. Outdoor Tubs, Sauna and more! This is truly a rustic luxury getaway perfect for couples and friends.

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Cozy cabin vibes. A woman sits on a bed with views of the forest behind her. She holds a cup of coffee and is looking at a cabin picture book.

Where is the Oregon Treehouse Airbnb?

This Treehouse Getaway sits near the coast in Southern Oregon. The Langlois Market is small, but has almost everything you could want, including a deli and wine/beer!

  • Distance from Portland: 5 hours
  • To Treehouse from San Francisco: 8 hours

Getting to the treehouse will involve driving on a dirt road for about 5 minutes and is suitable for all cars. Host sends specific directions that are easy to navigate and google maps got us 99% of the way there!

The Oregon Treehouse Rental on Airbnb

Oh my gosh, where to begin?! This place blew us away. I mean the pictures on Airbnb look incredible, but do not begin to show how lovely this treehouse rental is.

Let me give you the grand Treehouse tour!

As soon as you pull up, you can see the twinkling lights and glimpses of the rustic luxury that awaits you. Just a few feet from the stairs sits an outdoor composting toilet with views of the forest and river.

A charming forested outdoor bathroom at the Tree house rental in Langlois Oregon. Truly a Lou with a view.
The outdoor toilet

After one flight of steps, you arrive at a deck that features two claw foot tubs with a water heating apparatus and a sauna in the corner. An outdoor shower stands next to the tubs and a lovely outdoor sink for dishes and all other water needs.

A woman sits in the outdoor tubs with views of the treehouse, sauna and outdoor kitchen space at the Oregon Treehouse Rental in Langlois Oregon. Heartland Treehouse.
Tubs, Sauna and Sink OH MY!

Heading up the last set of steps, you arrive at a spacious deck that overlooks the river. A cooking set up with a portable stove, pots, pans and more sit near a table and chairs.

Inside the large bedroom there are beautiful large windows, a king sized bed, mini fridge, microwave and tv (we binge watched all the planet earth dvds they had there!).

Bedroom in the Oregon Treehouse Rental in Langlois Oregon. A woman sits on the king sized bed with a picture book and a cup of coffee. The forest is visible outside through the windows.

The Outdoor Tubs at the Off-Grid Treehouse

This was definitely the main draw for us when booking. Like, what?! There are two claw foot tubs that have hot water on a deck in a scenic forest?!

We had grand plans to go hike around the area, but once we arrived we knew very well our plans would be to spend as much time as possible in those tubs.

Oregon Treehouse with outdoor tubs and sauna

The Host, Kean, arrived shortly after we got to the treehouse to give us the run down of how to use the propane heated water system to fill the tubs. It was straight-forward and easy to use! We ran out of propane once and drove 15 minutes down the road to get cell service and within 15 minutes Kean was at the treehouse to help us out.

We LOVED using the sauna. It was a great way to warm up while the tubs were heating up. Since we visited in March, it was definitely pretty chilly in just a bathing suit, but between the tubs and the sauna – we were never worried about being cold (also the bedroom has heat!).


We noticed this Oregon Treehouse Airbnb stays booked up. In January we went ahead and booked for our March dates! Planning a visit to this treehouse requires patience, as I’ve recently checked back and noticed it is now booked out for an entire year, but it is SO worth it. I’d recommend checking back every couple weeks to see if there are any cancellations or updated dates for the next year to book!

Things to Know Before you Book:

  • Requires a 2-night minimum
  • $503 total (including fees) for 2 nights
  • No Pets allowed
  • 2 guests
  • No cell service

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Entrance to the Oregon Treehouse Airbnb. A woman stands on the steps leading to a charming wooden treehouse hidden in the forest.

Things to do Nearby the Oregon Treehouse Airbnb:

There are so many hiking areas nearby and stunning coastal views. The Host drops some great hiking suggestions of:

  • Floras Lake at Boice Cope Park
  • Oregon Coast Trail
  • Port Orford Head State Park
  • Humbug Mountain
  • Coquille Point

We chose to check out Floras Lake State Natural Area

Oregon coast hikes near Oregon Treehouse. A woman stands on a cliff ledge that overlooks the vast Oregon coast with cliffs on the side. You can see the waves creating patterns miles down the coast.

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Packing List for Oregon Treehouse Airbnb

  • Swimsuits (Bring 2 so you always have one that’s dry)
  • Sweaters
  • Jacket
  • Slip on boots/sandals/warm socks
  • Meals to cook (we made stir fry!)
  • Raincoat
  • Headlamp (flashlight provided, but headlamp is easier to use!)
  • Favorite DVD
  • Camera
  • Games
  • Blanket

Save for Later! Leave a comment below! Would you stay here? How far away is this from you?

Perched in the trees, the Oregon Treehouse Airbnb overlooks a lush forest and river. Outdoor Tubs, Sauna and more! This is truly a rustic luxury getaway perfect for couples and friends.
Perched in the trees, the Oregon Treehouse Airbnb overlooks a lush forest and river. Outdoor Tubs, Sauna and more! This is truly a rustic luxury getaway perfect for couples and friends.

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  1. Deb on March 20, 2021 at 6:42 pm

    I would totally stay there! Those tubs look like a great place for some relaxation. Unique!

    • Miss Rover on March 21, 2021 at 12:51 pm

      Yes! I loved that it was out on a logging road. Felt very secluded and not having cell service was a bonus for me!

      • L on August 12, 2022 at 12:32 pm

        Can you post the direct link to the rental on a bb?

    • Jessica on April 7, 2023 at 6:52 am

      This looks amazing! How are you able to do all these road trips like you do? Are you paid to do it? That would be the most amazing job ever!!! 💕

  2. Adriana Sanchez on March 20, 2021 at 9:04 pm

    This looks gorgeous! You showcased it well with your pictures. I would love to stay here! Your tie-dye outfit is adorable, too. Saving to my Bucket List! 🙂

    • Miss Rover on March 21, 2021 at 12:52 pm

      It is such a magical place! Was so much fun to go with a girlfriend, but would love to go back with my partner for a romantic getaway too!

  3. Krista on March 21, 2021 at 4:17 am

    I have never seen an airbnb as cool as this before! This is going right to the top of my list of places to stay when I’m in the area.

    • Miss Rover on March 21, 2021 at 12:53 pm

      I think it is the coolest airbnb I’ve ever stayed at!! It’s crazy booked out, but you definitely won’t regret planning and booking this for later!

  4. Heidi on March 21, 2021 at 12:36 pm

    Ahh just came across this tree house and then it led me to your blog post! So excited it’s going on our list!

    • Miss Rover on March 21, 2021 at 12:55 pm

      yay!! welcome!! I hope you are able to plan a trip here!! It’s worth the patience (since they seem to be so booked out!). When we were in town we heard they have plans to build another soon too!

  5. Josy A on March 21, 2021 at 1:13 pm

    Squeee those outdoor tubs in the woods are amaaaaazing! I’d love to stay in the tree house, but the baths make this even cooler. I always love the mossy PWN forests too. 🙂

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  9. Miss Rover on August 12, 2022 at 2:43 pm

    Hey!! It is on there but I see it’s kind of hidden! Sorry about that! Here’s the link: https://abnb.me/ujwC5Qxvrsb

  10. Rachel Young on October 3, 2022 at 11:03 pm

    My husband and I just got home today from this gem. It was indeed magical and we only live in Bandon which is the next town over. 😉 Your pictures and description are perfect.

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