Top 5 quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland

From a hexagonal hut to a cottage lacking a carbon footprint, here are five quirky treehouses which you can rent in Ireland. 

The Emerald Isle is full of interesting places to stay, but did you know that one of its many accommodation options includes treehouses?

Boasting a variety of cool features including private hot-tubs, rainfall showers, and stunning scenic views, these treetop getaways are sure to grant guests the very escape they are in search of.

Sound like your thing? Then be sure to check out our list of five quirky treehouses which you can rent in Ireland below.

5. Ox Mountain Tree House, County Sligo – for a tranquil treetop trip

First up on our list of quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland is Ox Mountain Tree House.
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Part of the Ox Mountain Adventure Camp site, this unique accommodation is located near mountain peaks, valleys, and lakes, and provides guests with the ultimate escape from reality.

Located on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, visitors can enjoy the view from the outdoor hammocks, or take a walk through the nearby woodland in an area said to be steeped in Irish history and folklore.

From the elevated boardwalk to the woodcraft interior, its unique design ensures its place on our list of five quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland.

Cost: from €98/£89 per night

More info: HERE

Address: Masshill Rd, Sessuegarry, Sligo, Ireland

4. The Cuckoo Wood Hexagon, County Mayo – sojourn in a six-sided shelter

The Cuckoo Wood Hexagon looks like a great place to stay.
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This quaint little rural stay is located upon a patch of land that is half woodland and half orchard. This means there are plenty of wildlife walks with gorgeous scenery to keep guests occupied.

This hexagon-shaped cabin comes with an indoor fireplace, private entrance, and outside decking upon which you can take in the surrounding natural view.

With a modern interior and eye-catching outer shape, this is truly one of the best and most quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland.

Cost: from €92/£83.50 per night

More info: HERE

Address: Killeencoff, Co. Mayo, Ireland

3. River Valley Caravan and Camping Holiday Park, County Wicklow – for a stylistic stay

River Valley Caravan and Camping Holiday Park offers really quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland.
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Perfect for families and those looking for a more serene break, this site offers visitors the chance to take glamping to a whole other level in the form of a unique stay at one of their quirky treehouses.

Resting in the gorgeous Wicklow countryside, this pet-friendly accommodation comes with a balcony, picnic table, and various other amenities.

So pack your bags and set off in the direction of this stylistically stunning treehouse in which you are sure to have yourself a truly unique experience.

Cost: from €150/£136 per night

More info: HERE

Address: Main Street, Ballygillaroe, Redcross, Co. Wicklow, A67 H799, Ireland

2. The Hideout, County Wexford – for that rustic woodland feel

The Hideout is the perfect place for a break in Wexford.
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This fully-insulated wooden cabin comes with a wood burner, BBQ grill, electric heater, and bathroom pod complete with a sensual two-person rainfall shower!

Guests can enjoy a hilltop sunset in the evening before stargazing through the large windows and skylight as you settle down to sleep.

A design so unique it even featured on RTÉ’s The Big DIY Challenge, trust us when we say that this is one quirky treehouse you can rent in Ireland that you won’t want to pass on!

Cost: €162/£147 per night

More info: HERE

Address: Norrismount, Co. Wexford, Ireland

1. The Treehouse at Grove House, County Cork – creative catering with no carbon footprint

Number one on our list of quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland is The Treehouse at Grove House.
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Hidden away amongst lush forest, this stylish and eco-friendly self-catering accommodation (one of three available) is made entirely from sustainable materials, setting it apart from most other venues of its kind.

Visitors will have to climb the funky tree trunk steps to explore the spacious open plan living, dining, and sleeping areas before retiring to the large deck through a gorgeous set of French doors where the stunning views of West Cork will greet you.

From a bright interior to numerous unique design features, this place is quirky personified – and if all that isn’t enough to entice you, then perhaps the private two-person Canadian hot-tub will do the trick!

Cost: from €169/£153 per night

More info: HERE

Address: Carbery Enterprise Park, Skibbereen, Co. Cork, P81 HF72, Ireland

And there you have it: five quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland.

So whether you are looking for somewhere fun and different to visit with the family, or perhaps just something unique to treat your partner to, there are plenty of options available when it comes to quirky treehouses you can rent in Ireland!

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