The Getaway Tree Suite is an authentic tiny-house Treehouse and Jacuzzi bath house nestled within seven trees on 10 wooded acres.The treehouse and bath house are adjoined by a walkway bridge on a hillside. Located on Hwy 112, two minutes from Roaring River State Park- hiking trails, fly fishing, spring, rainbow trout hatchery; 5 minutes from Mark Twain National Forest.We invite you to enjoy the beauty of this magical, tiny-house retreat!Featured in Southern Living, and Bob Vila.PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING TO ENSURE THAT OUR SPACE MEETS YOUR EXPECTATIONS— TREEHOUSE NATURE-Our treehouse is an authentic tiny-house treehouse built for 2 adult guests (No children under age 6). Treehouses are built to move with the trees. Expect to feel and hear movement when winds exceed 20 mph. There are two single beds in the loft and a queen size sofa bed with memory gel foam topper on the main level for optional sleeping arrangements. The heated jacuzzi bathhouse bathroom (adjoined by the walkway deck) has a jacuzzi bathtub and a picture window overlooking the hillside. ** We do recommend bringing slippers, house shoes, or slip on shoes for trips between treehouse and bathhouse.** NOTE-There is free WiFi, and a WiFi/Bluetooth capable TV for streaming Netflix & YouTube...etc. We have Pluto TV, but no cable or satellite channels. In the treehouse kitchenette, we have provided coffee, tea, spices, and oil. If you would like to prepare food in the treehouse- There is a small toaster oven, single burner, microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker and coffee grinder. We also have a variety of spices, and basic cooking staples for your use. Outdoor cooking- There is a grill/smoker (wood & charcoal model) and various utensils; or simply enjoy cooking over a campfire next to the picnic table. Groceries- The town of Cassville (5 minute drive north on 112) has a King Food Saver grocery store, Walmart, Dollar Tree, Dollar General, and several convenient stores to choose from.Roaring River State Park (1 mile south on 112) is home to helpful convenience shops for fishing gear, rod rental, fishing licenses and daily passes, clothing, snacks, beer, ice, and cooking staples as well.
This is an exceptional experience! Everything you need is in place and there is nothing like sitting on the porch and listening to the trees and animals. We drove to Roaring River and looked around, but it felt good to also just get "home" and unwind. We built a fire, used the grill, had a hot bath, took a long walk, and just enjoyed the entire experience - from the robes and slippers to the movies and games. It is truly a wonderful way to get away. Highly recommend to everyone - as long as there is still calendar days for me to come back! ha!
The Treehouse is located on a 10 acre hillside next to Roaring River State Park, and 5 minutes from Mark Twain National Forest which has many scenic drives, remote ATV paths, and plenty of wilderness to explore.
Enjoy shopping and eating local in the friendly town of Cassville, Missouri.
For Rainbow Trout fishing, and hiking, Roaring River State Park is less than a minute drive South on highway 112.
15 minutes from Table Rock Lake. Fishing, boating, boat rental, canoeing, hiking and restaurants.
30 minutes from the Victorian town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas (Little Switzerland). Lots of restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, live music, ghost tours, boutiques, caves, springs, unique architecture, and mystery to boot!
35 minutes to Rogers, Arkansas-
If they don’t have what you’re shopping for, no one will! Not to mention museums and restaurants.
45 minutes from Bentonville, Arkansas.
The Crystal Bridges Museum is highly recommended for American Art enthusiasts. Admission is free!
Downtown Bentonville has great dining options, coffee shops, and boutiques.
75 minutes from Branson, Missouri.
Silver Dollar City, Arcade City, live shows, theaters, museums, caves, shopping, restaurants, and antiques stores everywhere!
75 minutes from Springfield, Missouri. Tons of shopping, dining, theaters, parks, caves, hiking...etc.
Please use caution when driving through the sharp twists and turns of all the exciting roads in the Ozarks.