3 cozy treehouses where nature lovers can relax

PHOTO: This charming 650 square foot tree house in Asheville, North Carolina features a breathtaking view of the mountains.HomeAway
This charming 650 square foot tree house in Asheville, North Carolina features a breathtaking view of the mountains.

Get a birds' eye view of the beautiful fall foliage when you stay at one of these treehouse hotels.

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Nestled either near mountain ranges or lush forests, these modern treehouses will have you forgetting about the digital world. Still, the hotels have Wi-Fi just in case you need a fix.

Tree Tops in Asheville, NC

PHOTO: This upscale 6 bedroom treehouse is tucked in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.HomeAway
This upscale 6 bedroom treehouse is tucked in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.

This upscale, six-bedroom treehouse hotel boasts amazing views of the Great Smoky Mountains. The three-level home features a living room with a circular gas fireplace, perfect for intimate conversations. Not only does the home have an open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, but it also has four bathrooms with spa finishes. There's even a laundry room, a game room and a sky-high deck. You can stay here for $432 per night.

The Hummingbird in Monteagle, Tennessee

PHOTO: This one bedroom, one bathroom tree house in Monteagle, Tennessee also features a hot tub perfect for enjoying the outdoors.HomeAway
This one bedroom, one bathroom tree house in Monteagle, Tennessee also features a hot tub perfect for enjoying the outdoors.

This nature-inspired hotel is perfect for any traveler looking to get away and relax. Guests who stay at this one-bedroom, one-bathroom treehouse can enjoy natural stone finishes in the bathroom and living room. There are also perfect places to relax, including a hammock on the deck and a hot tub that fits four. Spend the night here for a mere $105 per night.

Carolina Jewel Treehouse in Asheville, NC

PHOTO: This charming 650 square foot tree house in Asheville, North Carolina features a breathtaking view of the mountains.HomeAway
This charming 650 square foot tree house in Asheville, North Carolina features a breathtaking view of the mountains.

If you're looking for a custom-built treehouse hotel, try the Carolina Jewel. This 650-square-foot cottage is supported by five trees in the Reems Creek Valley. Nature lovers can get close to the foliage thanks to a 1,000-square-foot wrap-around deck. Along with a gourmet petite kitchen and gas log fire place, it also has two bathrooms with heated tile floors. Stay here for just $463 per night.

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