I think every little kid dreams of owning a treehouse and spending the night in their secret hideaway. My husband made that dream come true last year for our 11 year-old son Shawn when he built a special treehouse in our yard.
Â For his 10th birthday, Shawn invited 10 friends to sleep over in there with him. The boys all had a blast (and got precious little sleep). It’s quite the sweet little set-up in there, actually. Shawn took an old TV, VCR and radio and he often will hang out in there with his buddies.
You can imagine his excitement when we told Shawn that we would be staying in a Treehouse Villa at Disney World this past November!
“Nestled in natural forest glens near Downtown Disney, a new type of adventure welcomes guests with the Treehouse Villas at Disneyâ€™s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. All 60 three-bedroom homes are elevated 10 feet off the ground on pedestals and beams designed to blend into the natural, wilderness environment. They offer scenic views of lush landscaping or waterways. ” Â
My family discovered that glamorous campingÂ or â€œglamping,â€ is taken to a new level at the Treehouse Villas. These unique Villas sleep nine comfortably while offering modern luxuries such as flat-screen TVs, granite countertops, full kitchens and dramatic cathedral ceilings.
Check out these photos I took during our visit. Here is the living room…
Master bedroom and bath…
With Jacuzzi tub…
There is a second full bath as well.
Here is the bunk bed room…
The Treehouse villa has:
- 1 queen-size bed in the master bedroom
- 1 master bathroom with whirlpool tub
- 1 queen-size bed in the second bedroom
- 1 set of bunk beds in the third bedroom
- 1 queen-size sleeper sofa in the living room
- 1 sleeper chair in living room
- Approximately 1,074 square feet
- Flat panel TV in living room and each bedroom
- DVD player in living room
- Second bathroom
- Fully-equipped kitchen with:
- Coffee maker
- Pots and pans
- Laundry area with stacked washer and dryer
- Ceiling fan in living room and master bedroom
- Second-floor private deck
- Wheelchair-accessible villas available
We had a BLAST in our Treehouse. We were surrounded by beautiful trees and the boat launch to Downtown Disney was just a few steps away. One thing to keep in mind is that this location is a bit remote, so you may want to have your own car if you are staying here. However, complimentary onsite Disney transportation is available.
If you are looking for a unique experience on your next Disney World vacation, check out the Treehouse Villas! Â As you can imagine, Shawn came home with a whole bunch of ideas for “upgrades” that he would like to do to his treehouse.