Treehouse Point
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Frequently Asked Questions   Click on question to view answer
Can I just stop by to look around?
No. In order to protect the privacy of our guests and ensure that our many scheduled events are uninterrupted, visits to the property must be scheduled BY ADVANCE APPOINTMENT ONLY.
  • To check availability or make a reservation for a stay, click here.
Can I come see the treehouses without spending the night?
With health and safety in consideration, Treehouse tours have temporarily been discontinued. We hope to continue hosting tours again soon, however, at this time, we are unable to determine when we will be able to do so. Please email with any questions.
Do you have a room available onů?
Please click here to view our availability calendar and book your stay.
What are your rates?
Please click here to view the rates and differences of each treehouse.
Why do all of the weekends look booked?
Our weekends, (Friday/Saturday/Sunday), are closed year round until 60 days prior. Each Monday afternoon at 2pm Pacific Time, we open the next 60-day-out weekend to reservations, around any wedding or private event bookings that have come in prior. For example: Friday, Saturday, and/or Sunday, March 26th-28th would potentially be opened to individual reservations on Monday afternoon, January 25th).
What do I do when the calendar looks full?

As you discovered, we are a popular destination and interest outpaces our supply of rentable treehouses.

We open the calendar for November - April WEEKDAYS on May 1st.
We open the calendar for May - October WEEKDAYS on November 1st.

If you wish to stay on a WEEKEND, please note that weekends are closed year round until 60 days prior. Each Monday afternoon at 2pm Pacific Time, we open the next 60-day-out weekend to online reservations, around any wedding bookings that have come in prior.

If you would like to be contacted in the event of cancelation for a specific WEEKDAY-pair of dates (ex. Monday & Tuesday OR Wednesday & Thursday), please email us at with the specific 2-day-paired dates and your preferred contact phone number.

Do you allow children?
No. We are a retreat for relaxation, rejuvenation and reconnecting. Because of this, we ask that you do not bring any children under the age of 13 years for an overnight stay. We try to maintain a mature atmosphere, conducive to a romantic, adult getaway.
Do you allow pets?
No. We do not accept pets, including dogs. We follow ADA guidelines regarding Service Animals, and Emotional Support Animals do not qualify. You agree to notify us when making your reservation should you have a qualified-under-ADA-guidelines Service Animal.
Are you wheelchair accessible?
No. We are not wheelchair accessible for overnight stays or for tours. Due to our rustic, forest environment, we cannot accommodate wheelchair visits at this time. We do have hopes to have a wheelchair accessible treehouse completed on our property in the next couple of years. Stay tuned!
Do the treehouses have bathrooms?
The treehouses share private bathrooms on the ground level. Each bathroom is complete with a shower, toilet, sink and shower toiletries. The Burl treehouse is currently the only treehouse with a water flush toilet.
How should I pack for my stay?
Your treehouse comes equipped with heat, air conditioning, electricity, bottled water, an electric tea kettle, comfy bed with bed linens, towels, and an MP3 player/radio.
Is there a restaurant onsite?
A delicious homemade breakfast is included in your overnight stay, but we do not have a restaurant onsite.
Will Pete be there when I come to visit?
No, he most likely will not be. Because he is so busy jetting around the country, building and saving treehouses, he is something of a shooting star around TreeHouse Point.
Can you build me a treehouse?
No. TreeHouse Point is a Bed and Breakfast. But our sister company, Nelson Treehouse and Supply, covers:
  • The purchasing of Treehouse Parts and Plans
  • Consultation for having a treehouse built
  • The purchase of any merchandise
Can I stop in and buy a souvenir?
No. While we do have souvenirs available for purchase for our overnight guests, we suggest that you visit: store.beinatree.com
Do any of your treehouses accommodate more than two people?
The only treehouse that can sleep more than 2 people in a shared bed is Upper Pond Treehouse. This treehouse can sleep up to 4 people in a combination of 3 beds: 1 shared queen and 2 lofted singles.
What should I see and do in the area during my visit?
Please check out our Weekend Travel Guide to the Snoqualmie Valley, curated by Emily Nelson and her husband, Patrick. They've broken down the best activities to do in the area from hiking, to dining, to paddle boarding!

We also recommend checking out these local attractions.

I'm planning to picnic at TreeHouse Point during my stay. What should I pack and what can I borrow there?
Please check out our blog post on Tips for Packing the Perfect TreeHouse Point Picnic!
Should I rent a car for my visit?
We recommend that you rent a car to visit us, as there are no restaurants on premises (nor walkable from our location) and there are also many activities in the nearby area that are not accessible via public transit or on foot (i.e. Snoqualmie Falls, numerous hikes, floating the Snoqualmie River, visiting the wineries of Woodinville, etc.).
Is there a way to send something special to a guest's room?
Yes. Please contact us at to learn more about our offerings.

Also, for your information, there are already fresh flowers in our guest rooms, though they are not for guests to take away. If you'd like to arrange a floral delivery, we are happy to recommend the services of Down to Earth/Snoqualmie Flowers. They may be reached directly at hello@snoqualmieflowers.com or 425-831-1772. (Please note that a bouquet of fresh-cut flowers in water is permitted in the room, but fresh flower petals, which can stain carpets, bedding, etc. are not permitted.)

Can you accommodate my dietary restrictions?
Your stay includes a delicious, homemade breakfast consisting of fresh baked items, hard-boiled eggs, a savory egg-based dish, our homemade granola, yogurt, milk, milk substitute, fresh fruit, coffee, tea, and orange juice. When making your reservation, please note any dietary restrictions in the appropriate field and our staff will try to accommodate you. Please note: we are not a certified gluten free kitchen, but can provide gluten free items with advance notice.
Are you open on holidays?
Although TreeHouse Point is open all seasons, and year-round, in order to afford our hard-working staff some time with their families, we are closed directly around Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years.
Is it possible to have professional photos taken during my stay?
Please inquire with TreeHouse Point at for rates and policies regarding professional photography on the property.
What is the weather like at TreeHouse Point?
We are located in the Pacific NW, in a temperate rainforest environment. Fall, winter, and spring tend to be cool, gray, and wet. You may want to explore Weather.com for some more specific information, noting that the nearest large cities are Issaquah or Seattle.

Rain is common from September - June and snow in the winter is uncommon at our elevation of 500 feet above sea level. Most of the trails in the Snoqualmie Valley remain open year round.

Although July and August are the driest months, most places here also do not tend to have air conditioning, including TreeHouse Point. Personally, we find our rainy climate the perfect compliment to being in a treehouse, because it makes you want to stay in and enjoy your room.

Does Pete Nelson have any retreats like TreeHouse Point in other parts of the country?
Yes! Pete Nelson and his carpentry crew have built 3 other magical treehouse resorts in the US. Links to check out these unique resorts below!

Utopia, Texas
Treehouse Utopia

Norway, Maine
The Woods Maine

Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Grove at Norton Creek Resort