This Tree House Airbnb in Texas Has a Pool With a Swim-up Bar

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

We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission.

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 tree house, 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 pool and a swim-up bar.

Upon entering the tree house, guests will find themselves in the home's great room, which includes a kitchen, dining room, and living area.

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.

New Braunfels, Texas Treehouse Airbnb
Courtesy of Airbnb

The bedrooms also come fully equipped, one with a large king-size bed, and the other with a queen-size bed, making it a great space for a small family, or a few friends looking to get away together. Though, really, you could fit a few extra guests in the Airbnb, as there are rollaway beds and a foldout 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 just as delightful as it is surrounded by a large, walk-in saltwater swimming pool, which is shared by this rental and three other tree houses on the property. Guests staying in any of the tree houses also have access to the cabana, a small children's playground, and a hot tub to soak in whenever they wish.

New Braunfels, Texas Treehouse Airbnb
Courtesy of Airbnb

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

Just a short walk from the tree house, guests can also explore the Guadalupe River at Lake Dunlap where guests have access to a 60-foot dock on 200 feet of waterfront.

Ready to rent? Book the tree house starting at $446/night.

Was this page helpful?
Related Articles