It might just be the best Airbnb in the Lone Star State.

By Stacey Leasca
Updated March 09, 2020
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Living like a kid again just got way easier thanks to the Redwood Tree Haus.

Located in New Braunfels, Texas, about a 30-minute drive outside of San Antonio, guests will find what can only be described as one of the most unique and playful Airbnbs around.

The two-bed, one-bath house is a tried and true treehouse, just like the ones you built as a kid — only cooler and more structurally sound. Oh, and unlike the one you had when you were a child, this one comes with a swim-up bar.

Upon entering the treehouse guests will find themselves in the home’s great room, which includes a kitchen, dining, and living room space.

Though the home may look like a rustic fort on the outside, inside, guests will find everything they’d ever need for a comfortable stay. That includes a full kitchen, complete with pots and pans for cooking meals.

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The bedrooms also come fully equipped, one with a large king bed, and the other with a queen, making it a great space for a small family, or a few friends looking to get away together. Though really, you could fit in a few extra guests as there are rollaway beds and a foldaway sofa bed in the living room as well.

And, don’t worry, the home comes with a full bathroom with a sink, toilet, and tub.

The outside of the home is also a delight as it is surrounded by a large, walk-in saltwater swimming pool, which is shared by this rental and three other treehouses on the property. Guests staying in any of the treehouses also have access to the cabana, a small children's playground, as well as a hot tub to soak in whenever they wish.

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The pool area comes with plenty of seating, as well as a BBQ grill to enjoy. But, for those who never want to leave the water, the pool also comes with 17 different bar stools so everyone can come and enjoy a drink (though be warned — it is self-serve only).

Just a short walk from the treehouse, guests can also explore the Guadalupe River at Lake Dunlap. There, guests have access to a 60-foot dock as well as more than 200 feet of waterfront.

Ready to rent? Book the treehouse starting at just $250/night.

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