Rustic and Romantic Tree House Rental in Sonoma Wine County
Description of Glamping Units
Staying at this tree house in Sonoma Wine County is a truly romantic rental experience to share with a loved one in California. Catered for adults, guests will work their way up three staircase levels, meandering through the trunks to a spacious railed deck overlooking incredible California countryside views. Enter the rustically decorated tree house to find a cozy space on two levels, a couch in a relaxing area downstairs, and up a ladder is a comfy, nicely appointed and canopied queen-size bed in the loft.
Guests will have to be moderately agile with an adventurous spirit to get up there but it's worth it. One of the trunks juts right through the interior floor and the pitched roof and sways a little in the wind, and three other trunks poke through the deck at various places. There are windows on all sides, and some made from beautiful stained glass, offering incredible views.
Guests can use the chemical potty in a separate toilet room in the tree house and/or the full rustic bathroom with shower in our barn not too far away. A great breakfast is served in the kitchen at the main house, and the hosts invite guests to join if they wish. Read More
- Board games
- Internet connection
- Linens provided
- Non smoking
- Private bathroom
- Queen bed
- Running water
- Solar lanterns
- Towels provided
Guests can use the chemical potty in a separate toilet room in the tree house and/or the full rustic bathroom with shower in the hosts' barn not too far away. Find shelves full of reading matter, games, utensils. plates. wine glasses, battery operated lighting and interesting touches throughout the space. Sit out on the deck at the table, have a glass of wine and watch one of the lovely sunsets from 30 feet up in a tree!
A great breakfast is served in a charming kitchen in the main house, and the hosts would love for guests to join if they so desired. There is also free parking on the property for guests.
- Breakfast included
- Deck or balcony
- Email/Fax service
The property does not allow children or pets.
No smoking is allowed, and no flame of any kind is permitted due to the severe fire danger. The area is really challenged for water, so short showers only, please.
The fires in the county are terrible, however, the property and area have been unaffected. Guests are assured that the air quality in the area is acceptable.
Guests need to be careful on the stairs and on the ladder up to and down from the sleeping loft—agility comes in handy at this tree house.
The host has two tree houses available for rent. If a certain tree house is booked for the dates a guest is interested in, they can inquire with the host to see if the other is available for that timeframe. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Located just a six-minute drive from Petaluma, the two fabulous tree houses on this beautifully rural glamping property are perfect for guests seeking a secluded getaway without going completely off the grid. With San Francisco and the Point Reyes National Seashore an easy drive away—and fine vineyards close by—there certainly will not be a shortage of things to explore and discover while staying here. Excellent hot breakfast included in our kitchen and great food awaits in the many wonderful restaurants of downtown Petaluma.
- If the guest cancels at least 7 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a full refund.
- If the guest cancels within 7 days of check in: The guest will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay.
- Bird watching
Just five minutes from historic downtown Petaluma, this tree house is also an easy drive to the incredibly beautiful Northern California Pacific coast, Tomales, Bodega Bays, and the Point Reyes National Seashore. Exciting places to explore include San Francisco, Napa, and Sonoma wine country areas, or the beautiful Redwood Forests. The property is also on a famous international bike riding route, not to mention it's proximity to Lake Suttonfield, Sonoma Train Town Railroad, and Sonoma Creek.