Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Terry and Patsy Miller operate seven treehouses: three in a wooded hillside at the edge of town and four more buried deep in a 33-acre pine forest. Hardly rustic, the raised cottages (each sits 22 to 26 feet above ground) are equipped with full kitchens, tiled showers and heart-shaped Jacuzzis, chandeliers and stained-glass windows, stone fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, and wrap-around decks with barbecue grills. Hikers can rise early and take to the property's private Cave Spring Trail, a one-mile loop dotted with impressive lookouts, or head straight for Black Bass Lake or Dogwood Canyon.
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