14 Garden-Style Getaways

Rent farmhouses, treehouses, yurts and horticultural hideaways around the world.
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Malibu Yurt

Designed by Bibi Jordan, the author of Safari Chic and Swahili Chic, this 1BR/1BA yurt sits on a working Meyer lemon and avocado orchard in Malibu, California. There are coyotes and owls outside, bamboo flooring, Wi-Fi and satellite TV inside and meals full of farm-fresh eggs and locally grown produce. $135/night; airbnb.com

Balinese Cottage

Nestled near rice paddies, this Balinese cottage in the city of Ubud is made of teak with a thatched roof. There are breakfasts of yogurt and fruit, a sunken outdoor tub and a deck with a view of the family temple. The nearest neighbors are geckos, roosters, frogs and kingfisher birds. $98/night; airbnb.com 

Washington “Hobbit Hideaway”

The hostess of this Bellingham, Washington “hobbit hideaway” is a horticulturalist who lets guest pick eggs for breakfast from the chicken treehouse (!) and dinner from the garden. The view of the raised garden beds and nearby creek looks even better from the hammock. $90/night; airbnb.com 

Austrian Villa

There are 7 bedrooms and three baths in this 19th-century villa, but the best part of these Austrian accommodations are outside. There are two ponds, a little forest, meadows, a riverbed and fields of flowers between you and the nearest neighbors. $278/night; airbnb.com 

Lofty Lodging in Illinois

Stay in a cedar treehouse above a waterfall and koi pond…in Schaumburg, Illinois! Complete with hot tub and outdoor shower, this 2 bedroom/1 bath hideaway is accessed by a private garden and sits 15 feet in the air. $145/night; airbnb.com 

Hawaiian Hideaway

Surfboards on the ceiling, dolphins in the bay and a tropical yard full of tiki torches and birds—what more could you want in a Hawaiian guesthouse? This eclectic rental sits under a giant ficus tree with exposed roots and is so close to Kealakekua Bay that you can hear the waves. $125/night; airbnb.com 

Mountains And More in Mexico

Billed as a “zen-inspired tropical retreat,” this 10,000 square foot haven in Punta de Mita, Mexico is surrounded by tropical plants, has a roof of thatched palapa trees, saltwater pool and views of the Bay of Banderas and the Sierra Madre mountains. $1950/night; airbnb.com

Sunny Spot in Sienna

The interior of this Tuscan cottage is white with clean lines and modern décor. Outside, the lush landscaping offers privacy and a stunning view of an ancient Italian cathedral in the heart of Sienna. $167/night; airbnb.com

Tiny Treehouse in Vermont

Built on four maple trees with ferns underneath, this treehouse in Lincoln, Vermont has one bedroom, one bath, heat, electricity, a hot tub and views of Mount Abraham in the Green Mountain National Forest. $149/night; airbnb.com

Thai Hillside Villa

Powered by solar energy, this hillside villa in Ko Pha-ngan, Thailand is surrounded by jungle, powered solely by solar energy and uses harvested rainwater in the kitchen and bathroom. Its circular shape is made of earth, wood and granite and boulders jut out from the walls. $120/night; airbnb.com 

Georgia Farmhouse

Thirty five minutes south—and a world away—from Atlanta sits Serenbe, a sustainable community in the Chattahoochee Hill Country. One of many guest cottages and suites on the property, Magnolia Cottage, includes a king suite with fireplace or a king bedroom with private screened porch. Both have access to 900 acres of walking trails, plus shops, restaurants and Serenbe Farms, where you can take a farm tour or volunteer to dig in the dirt for the day. $215+/night 

True Hawaiian Treehouse

How many people can say they stayed on a “growing lava tube” in Hawaii? This two-level treehouse—named Mahinui Na Lani—is made of fir, redwood and cedar siding recycled from a church. It sits in Ohia trees surrounded by ginger, ferns, Hawaiian holly and Sugi pines. $230/night; airbnb.com

Luxury Barn in Vermont

The cows and chickens have moved out and you can move in to this 1BR/1BA “luxury barn” apartment high in the Green Mountains of Lincoln, Vermont. It sits on 80 acres with skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and biking opportunities all around. $89/night; airbnb.com 

Redwood Craftsman in Oakland

Built in 1914 out of 1,000-year-old redwood, this craftsman mansion in Oakland, California is filled with fine art and overlooks gardens and oak trees on an acre in Oakland Hills. $750/night; airbnb.com

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