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(Last Updated On: July 27, 2022)

I’m obsessed with this Treehouse in Washington (well, I’m obsessed with all treehouses honestly). I’ve decided that treehouses make for great stays year round. I usually reserve treehouse and cabin stays for the winter when I’m needing a change of scenery. But I was able to stay in a treehouse this summer, and deeply enjoyed hanging out in the trees with the warm weather, a bottle of rosé and a cozy fire pit. This new tree house stay in Washington State has some serious luxurious touches that make this the perfect getaway.

A Treehouse in Washington with luxurious touches and rustic charm. Near Seattle, this is the perfect adventure getaway. Full itinerary here.

Land Acknowledgement: Coast Salish Land. Find what Native Land you are visiting by using the app Native Land! I encourage you to read the history and culture of the Indigenous people who’s land you are visiting!

All photos in collaboration with Logan Marie from @itsloganmarie! Check out her travels and adventures on her blog itsloganmarie.com.

Where is Cedar Falls Treehouse in Washington?

Cedar Falls Tree House sits on a lovely property named Cozy Acres. This beautiful spot of old growth forest is just outside of North Bend, Washington about 30 minutes East of Seattle. This Washington Treehouse is a very convenient getaway from the city.

Cozy Acres property is located conveniently off of highway 90. This stretch of highway is FULL of hikes and adventures nearby that I’ll cover later in this post. Hosts Erica and Tim live on the property full time and had the space so cozy for our arrival. Special touches like a bottle of local wine chilling for us and some cookies from a nearby bakery had me ready to settle in and relax.

  • Distance from Seattle: 30 minutes
  • Distance from Portland: 3 hours

Address is provided upon booking this Airbnb Treehouse in Washington. Directions were very straightforward with google maps and the hosts additional instructions.

A Treehouse in Washington with luxurious touches and rustic charm. Near Seattle, this is the perfect adventure getaway. Full itinerary here.

Cedar Falls Treehouse in Washington DETAILS

Here’s the booking details for this getaway:

Treehouse Details:

  • 2 guests, 1 bed
  • No Pets
  • Kitchenette
  • Composting Toilet
  • Outdoor Shower

Note: the bed is in a loft with a secured ladder. It was moderately easy to get in and out of the loft space for me.

A Treehouse in Washington with luxurious touches and rustic charm. Near Seattle, this is the perfect adventure getaway. Full itinerary here.


  • Large Picture Windows
  • Wrap around deck
  • Firepit on deck
  • Outdoor Shower
  • WIFI
  • Projector and 100″ screen
  • Speaker for music

Cooking at the Treehouse

The treehouse provides a small kitchenette with a mini fridge, microwave and Keurig. Outside on the deck, there is a grill and camp stove included with all the basic cooking utensils provided.

We cooked the first night we were there, grilling kababs with a delicious jalapeno sauce.

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The Bathroom

I know some people are very particular about bathrooms when staying at more rustic places! This bathroom is small, but very clean with a composting toilet. This specific composting toilet was wonderful. Sometimes they can have really strange/bad odors and this one smelled fantastic, like cedar.

Instructions are provided on how to use the toilet.

The shower is an outdoor shower below the treehouse. Hot water is available through a propane system that was really easy to use. The water heated up really fast and it felt very private and was really a peaceful, luxurious experience for me.

Prices of this Washington Treehouse

As of July 2022, the price to book Cedar Falls Treehouse on Cozy Acres is $290 per night. Also note a 2-night minimum is required (and worth it). This price is without the added cleaning fees and service fee that can vary.

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As this is a newer airbnb, there is quite a bit of availability if planning a few weeks in advance! I have a feeling that will change soon though!

Things to Do When Visiting this Washington Treehouse:

Outdoor Activities:

There are SO many nearby hiking trails and scenic destinations here. Let me break down some of my favorites.

Mount Si and Little Si

These two are CLASSIC Washington hikes and were some of the first hikes I did when I lived in Washington State. Discover Pass is needed for both of these.

Mount Si: Rated Hard, 7.5 miles, 3,336 ft elevation gain

Little Si: Rated Moderate 4.4 miles, 1,187 ft elevation gain

Mailbox Peak

This is a challenging, but iconic Pacific Northwest Hike. There is a literal mailbox at the top filled with notes and items hikers leave behind. It is in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Resources Conservation Area and requires a Discover Pass.

Rated Hard, 7.8 miles, 4,005 ft elevation gain. AllTrails link HERE.

Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail

Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail

This is the hike that we did on this trip and it was perfect. The trailhead is just beyond Mailbox Peak Trailhead with a much less busy parking lot. We did only a mile or two in along the river and through the trees before turning around. The entire hike would definitely be a challenge, but there are great river spots across a scenic bridge to enjoy if you’re wanting a relaxed experience.

Rated Hard, 24.9 miles, 3,316 ft elevation gain. Northwest Forest Pass or America the Beautiful Pass Required. AllTrails Link HERE.

Note: this is also a great mountain biking trail!

Snoqualmie Falls

Just 8 minutes outside of North Bend is the massive Snoqualmie Falls! It is one of Washington’s most visited attractions, and for good reason. This 268-foot waterfall is famous for being in the intro of Twin Peaks. Twin Peaks is an American mystery serial drama television series created by Mark Frost and David Lynch that aired in 1990.

Whether you are or are not a Twin Peaks fan, this waterfall is stunning and an easy walk up spot.

A Treehouse in Washington with luxurious touches and rustic charm. Near Seattle, this is the perfect adventure getaway. Full itinerary here.
Snoqualmie Falls

City Things & Food

Twin Peaks

As mentioned above, Twin Peaks TV show has a lot of ties to this area. In addition to checking out Snoqualmie Falls you can find more Twin Peak Locations:

  • Twede’s Cafe – or should I say the Double R Diner. Order a slice of pie and a “damn fine cup of coffee” and immediately get blasted back to scenes of the show.
  •  Salish Lodge and Spa – next to Snoqualmie Falls, you’ll find it will very much remind you of The Great Northern Hotel. Check out their gift shop if you’re not staying the night!

Food & Drink

  • Huxdotter or Arete Coffee Bar for Coffee and Tea
  • North Bend Bakery
  • Iron Duck Public House
  • Pearl and Stone Wine Co.

Other Nearby Adventures

Looking to continue your cabin stay while in Washington? Check out my guide on 20+ Unique Washington Cabins and Treehouses to rent.

Looking to get into a backcountry adventure while visiting? Check out my guide below on 20+ of my favorite trails.

Other Destinations:

Conclusion: Treehouse Washington

Washington is a place I keep coming back to over and over. There are endless adventures here, and this treehouse is right in the middle of some great ones. Cedar Falls Treehouse in Washington State is perfect if you’re visiting the Pacific Northwest, or if you’re looking for a convenient escape from the city. We definitely enjoyed a balance of adventure, city activities and relaxing on the treehouse deck.

Let me know in the comments if this one is on your bucketlist now!

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