You + A Friend Can Stay In This Gorgeous Treehouse In Wicklow From €73 P/P Per Night

hilltop treehouse
Photos via Niamh on Airbnb

This quirky Airbnb in Wicklow might just satisfy all of your childhood dreams of living in a treehouse.

If you had dreams of living in a treehouse, that is… if not… well, it’ll be a unique night away at the very least.

You can live completely off-grid in this charming little spot on a farm near the town of Baltinglass in County Wicklow.

A perfect combination of nature and comfort, it’s a great choice for a cosy escape for two who fancy exploring a bit of the Garden County from a very funky base.

Welcome to the Hilltop Treehouse in Wicklow

This self-contained treehouse sits elevated at 12 feet above the ground on a working family farm near Baltinglass in the south-west of the county.

It’s in a great location for those who like exploring on foot, with direct access to some nearby historical sights on Baltinglass Hill, including archaeological sites from the Stone Age.

The small wooden house is powered by solar and has outdoor cooking facilities with a gas BBQ and outdoor fire pit.

A deck with a mighty view

decking area
Photos via Niamh on Airbnb

At a guess, you’ll probably spend most of your time out on the deck in front of the living area. The photos above should give you an idea as to why!

The view through the trees stretches over the 40-acre working farm and it’s not uncommon to spot some wildlife crossing the fields from the deck’s vantage point.

The deck is also where you’ll find the treehouse’s cooking facilities. It’s the perfect spot to sit back and relax in one of the deckchairs while your BBQ cooks and the sun sets over the hills in front of you.

Off-grid, eco-friendly living

inside the hilltop
Photos via Niamh on Airbnb

Conscious of doing your bit for nature? You can rest easy at the Hilltop Treehouse as a stay here will result in a minimal carbon footprint.

It’s a real eco-friendly accommodation option, powered by solar power (although it’s limited, according to the host!) and gas cooking so that you can live almost completely off the grid.

Don’t worry about the essential luxuries though, there’s a wood fire to keep the place cosy and USB charging outlets for your phone and camera.

Without Wi-Fi though, you’ll be able to completely switch off from social media notifications and emails to appreciate your company and the sounds of the surrounding nature.

What you can expect if you visit

hilltop treehouse
Photos via Niamh on Airbnb

This eco-friendly treehouse has basic but comfortable amenities that allow you to escape from your busy life.

There’s one cosy bedroom that sleeps two and a bathroom with a shower and a flushing toilet. You’ll also have access to:

  • Outdoor BBQ area and fire pit
  • Large deck with farm views
  • Access to Baltinglass Hill for great walks
  • USB power outlets for charging
  • Small fridge

How much a night will set you back

The Hilltop Treehouse is a reasonably priced getaway for a couple, but there is a two-night minimum stay (Note: it can work out slightly cheaper for mid-week stays).

So, I put in two nights on a weekend for two people sharing and here’s how much it worked out at:

  • Total: €292
  • Per person: €146
  • Per person per night: €73
  • Book a night or see more here
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the massive pool
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Elisha is an Australian freelance writer, content creator and blogger, having written for Lonely Planet, Remote Lands and Matador Network. You’ll usually find her travelling in offbeat places or hiking wherever there are mountains; always with a camera in hand.