Treehouse Point by
Treehouse builder, Pete Nelson
Treehouse Point is part treehouse hotel, part quaint event venue,
part wilderness preserve and is in the middle of a lush forest yet
only a 35-minute drive from downtown Seattle’s famed Pike Place
Market. The experience of staying at The Treehouse Point is a
curious mix of luxury and roughing it.
Treehouse Point(THP) is a dream come true for Pete Nelson, world
renowned treehouse builder and author, and his wife Judy. The two of
them feel honored to be stewards of such a beautiful place and love
to share it with others. Pete teaches the craft of treehouse
building while Judy, an accomplished chef and hostess, works with
her team to plan and host unique private events, celebrations and
The THP team is committed to a vision of sustainability while
providing opportunities for lodging, education and connection in a
unique and natural environment. Whether it’s hosting a wedding,
planning a corporate retreat or implementing new practices, green
principles are always at the forefront of daily operations.
These luxury treehouses have luxurious beds that you’d expect to
find in a high end bed and breakfast. The treehouses are
weatherproof and sturdy. Each is heated, electrified and well
adorned with comfy chairs, desks, books, puzzles and CDs. The
Treehouse Point includes breakfast of the granola, yogurt, fruit,
eggs and home-made pastries plus plenty of tea and coffee.
Trillium – A spiral staircase leads up to this stunning two-story
arboreal retreat. The walls of this treehouse are more window than
wood, giving Trillium arguably the best views anywhere in Treehouse
Temple of the Blue Moon – A tree shoots straight through the middle
of this treehouse. You get to your room by walking across a
suspension bridge. What more do you need to know?
Upper Pond – A ladder leads up on a private deck and your treehouse
accommodations beyond. The two built-in bunk beds make the Upper
Pond more for groups of friends than for romantic couples.
Nest – This is the smallest of the treehouse offerings, the closest
to the highway and the furthest from the bathroom. All that combines
to make it our least favorite. That said, the large picture window
and quaint balcony make even this, the bottom wrung of the
accommodations at Treehouse Point, still pretty darn cool.
6922 Preston-Fall City Road SE
Issaquah, WA 98027