Find yourself nestled next to ancient cypress trees, possibly here since before explorers from Europe found Turtle Island. Wrap yourself in a blanket and stargaze, listen to the owls, or follow the hundreds of fireflies lighting the creek-bed below. Sleeping in a tree is even better than you dreamt as a child. Each Cypress Valley treehouse is a unique expression of our commitment to sharing this beautiful land with a very light footprint. Stay the night (or a week) and go home renewed, refreshed, and recharged for life. Our treehouses have been featured in media from The New York Times and Texas Monthly to every local Austin News Show because they are truly an adventure worth having.
Yoki, Lofthaven, Juniper, and Willow treehouses each sleep two guests, and The Nest sleeps four guests regularly, but can accommodate up to six. Our Ranch House is on the ground, but the main room feels like a treehouse looking into the creek ravine through the treetops and sleeps up to 15.
Come enjoy a night in the trees at one of our treehouses — each by ArtisTree!
Mmy boys and I had a wonderful time at your treehouse in early February! They loved everything about it – even having to brave the cold and run across the bridge – which they swore was haunted – to go to the bathroom at night. No one wanted to leave – and we will for sure be returning. Your staff was great – very welcoming and informative. And of course the Nest was amazing and perfect.
The nest treehouse made us feel like we were in a whole different country. The whole experience was spectacular. Everyone should stay here at least once in their lives. Put it on your bucket list!
Our stay at the Nest was memorable and special. We spotted two (2) great horned owls (a mating pair?) early in the morning. What a treat to stay in this treehouse (our first, but definitely not last). There needs to be a word termed for “elevated treehouse” like the term glamping is used for “glamorous camping”. It definitely applies to your wonderful retreat.