Book These Treehouses and Cabins in Turkey for a Magical Experience

Turkey has a wide range of quirky treehouses and cabins for a unique stay
Turkey has a wide range of quirky treehouses and cabins for a unique stay | Courtesy of Kadir’s Tree House / Expedia
Photo of Feride Yalav-Heckeroth
13 October 2021
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There’s something rather enchanting about staying in a treehouse. Who didn’t dream of their own treetop hideaway as a kid? Now’s your chance to make those dreams come true by staying in one of these fabulous treehouses in Turkey – now bookable on Culture Trip.

Whichever of our top picks you choose, you can be sure of a warm welcome – as the Turks are renowned for their charming hospitality. The regions we’ve chosen below offer a multitude of adventures, on land or sea, so why not get high and mighty in one of Turkey’s top treehouses and cabins.

Kadir’s Tree House

A rustic bar and dining area at Kadir’s Tree House
Courtesy of Kadir’s Tree House / Expedia
Nature-lovers unite at Kadir’s – in the beautiful Olympos region of Antalya. The simple treehouses are a happy halfway between a dormitory and a lofty nomad’s hut, set high in a bona fide tree. Don’t expect luxury here – but it’s certainly a treat to have a tree sticking through the middle of your room. Take your friends along and have fun in the adventure capital of Turkey.

Saban Tree Houses

Wooden treehouses in a line, with a wooden staircase leading to the buildings at Saban Tree Houses
Courtesy of Saban Tree Houses / Hotels.com
The two- to three-bed rustic wooden treehouses here are brushed gently by tall, whispering pines. The accommodation may be simple, but the natural setting is sublime. The hosts offers boat trips on which you can explore the beautiful Lycian coastline, taking time to dive, snorkel and swim. Sea kayaks are also available to discover the caves and rocks, or get above it all in the Mount Tahtali cable car.

Fullmoon Camping Akbük

An outdoor view of the wooden cabin at Fullmoon Camping Akbük
Courtesy of Fullmoon Camping Akbük / Expedia
Parachuting, scuba diving and rafting are just some of the activities you can enjoy while staying at the treehouses at Fullmoon Camping. Okay, so they might not be treehouses in the strict sense – rather houses perched on high stilts – but they certainly have some of the best views. With the Taurus Mountains providing a pine-studded backdrop and the infinite blue of the Aegean Sea stretching as far as the eye can see, you may not even want to stray too far from your perch.

Çeyrek Camping and Bungalows Patara

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An outdoor seating area with colourful cushions surrounded by trees at Çeyrek Camping and Bungalows Patara
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This cute, cosy treehouse – with eight simple rooms – is located just 2mi (3km) from Patara Beach, one of the best on the Turkish Riviera. And, for those with an interest in the region’s history, it’s also within walking distance of the Patara Ruins and the Arch of Modestus. The peaceful, shaded garden – with comfortable outdoor lounging areas – offers a welcome respite from the Turkish heat.

Bayrams Tree Houses

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An outdoor seating area with hammocks, wooden chairs and sheltered seats with trees at Bayrams Tree Houses
Courtesy of Bayrams Tree Houses
The towering treehouses of Bayrams are only a few minutes away from the entrance to the ancient city of Olympos in the historic national park, and the picturesque beach is only a 10-minute walk. You’ll find a friendly community here – with travellers returning year after year to enjoy the convivial atmosphere, play backgammon in the garden and drink a cold beer among like-minded, newfound friends.

Sheriff Pansiyon Olimpos

Food in bowls and plates on a wooden table at Sheriff Pansiyon Olimpos
Courtesy of Sheriff Pansiyon Olimpos / Hotels.com
The Sheriff is tucked neatly onto the hillside of Mount Olympos, surrounded by aromatic orange and pomegranate trees – and just 800m (0.5mi) from Çıralı Beach. Borrow a snorkel and go looking for the loggerhead turtles known to inhabit this bay, or take a tour to experience the fascinating eternal flames of the Chimera. This area is renowned for its natural beauty, so whether you’re an adrenaline junkie searching for your next hit, or are simply looking for a tranquil place to wander, you’re almost guaranteed to find it here.

This is an updated rewrite of an article originally by Feride Yalav-Heckeroth.

These recommendations were updated on October 13, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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