Bed+Bough Treehouse

Overview Bed+Bough Treehouse

Have you ever dreamed of living on the treetop? Well, if you happen to be in Georgia, there is a magical place you do not want to miss out on. Built on the 5 acres just outside of Dahlonega’s award-winning wineries, waterfalls, and whimsical Square, The Bed+Bough Treehouse by Debra is everything better than your childhood memory.

The treehouse is high above the ground, so it might not be suitable for children under 12, nor is it handicapped accessible. It has four main parts: porch, living space plus kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom. There is also a protected seating area under the deck and a large fire pit on the ground for your nighttime campfire.


The bedroom is in the loft, and the lighting is perfect as the windows are right in front of the bed. They even provide battery-operated candles to add the ambiance. The king-size bed is super comfy, with plenty of ample pillows and blankets available.

The air conditioner and the heat are also provided in the loft. There is also a fold-out couch with a queen-size bed. Please do take note that the ladder to the loft is not for the faint of heart. Although it is sturdy and safe, it is steep and not ideal for people with a fear of heights.


A full bathroom is available in the house. The decoration is impeccably cool and modern, and it has all the amenities you need during your stay: hot and cold water, hairdryer, shampoo, shower gel, and extra towels. The restroom is super clean, and if you encounter any problem with the running water, the host is more than willing to help.


The house is bigger than expected as a treehouse. It has a high ceiling that makes it more spacious. There are sofa, armchairs, ottoman, functional shelf, and floor lamp in the living room. The addition of wall decor and plants makes the space more charming.

There is also a curtain provided for some privacy. The kitchenette is very aesthetic. The counters are spectacularly equipped with a microwave, toaster oven, sink, French Press, Keurig for morning coffee, electric hot water kettle, mini-fridge, and freezer. The ethernet connection is also available in the entire house, but no TV.

The porch is such a cool place everyone would love. It is charming with a built-in Yeti cooler for storing food and beverages while you are chilling or reading some books overlooking the amazing nature and crisp air.


The Bed+Bough is beautifully appointed, conveniently located a short distance from everything. It is situated in private woodland, so this is a great place to break from society yet still close to necessities. Aside from the luxury treehouse itself, there is also a protected seating area under the deck with Adirondack chairs and a picnic table to gather with your group.

The host also provides a fire pit with stacked wood and even complimentary marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers for s’mores to enjoy. Moreover, there is a built-in pizza oven, and many guests love this as they could enjoy homemade pizza during their staycation. If you want to bake some pizza, Publix is the recommended place to get the fresh pizza dough, and it is located off of 400 Dawsonville.

The 5 acres of property will give you a nature retreat experience. You might hear squirrels during nighttime and wake up to the voice of a woodpecker. There is also a swing on the dock and a hot tub. The driveway up to the steps is steep and gravel, but it is still very accessible in any vehicle.

While you are here, you must check out the famous local wineries for some wine tasting. Montaluce Winery is one of those. Burgers at Spirit Tavern need to be put on your bucket list too. This accommodation is also close to great trails and fishing areas. You can ride ATVs at iron mountain, ride a mountain coaster at Helen, kayaking, and fishing on Lake Lanier, or hike to Amicalola Falls and Gibbs Garden, which is just 30 minutes away.

The Bed+Bough nestled in North Georgia is a perfect getaway to escape from the hectic pace of life. It is artisanal, whimsical, and decked out with every detail imaginable. Please bear in mind that even though this is situated in private woodland, you may occasionally hear some road noise. This is not a place to hold a party or bring your pets, and it is not suitable for children under 12.

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