Be In A Tree

Tree House Point. Also known as “the best place ever”!  Mr. Yell and I spent part of our honeymoon a few weeks ago at this amazing bed and breakfast, and already cannot wait to go back to visit!
Located 30-45 minutes outside of Seattle, Washington, Tree House Point feels like a wilderness fairyland… It was so restful and relaxing!


THP has a creek that runs through the property that is crystal clear and perfectly round pebbles make up the beautiful creek bed.


There are six tree houses at THP and can room two people in each, making a dozen people the maximum amount that can be there at a time. Which honestly, makes things so much more magical.

There were ferns all over the grounds with small trails winding to different houses and down to the creek. This place looks as untouched as possible, making it easy to get in touch with nature or just enjoy being away from the craziness of life.


The view of some of the other tree houses from our own looked so peaceful and still. Little lights glow along the narrow pathways that navigate around to restrooms, the lodge, and the creek. (Above: the view of two tree houses from the Bonbibi tree house, in which we had the honor of staying.)


Rock totems (like those in the picture) line the creek bed along the property. Visitors can create a new one or add to a half-created totem. While this seemed somewhat strange at first, it actually became a fun and wonderful activity!


We not only loved the tree houses, but we were also only 20 minutes from Snoqualmie Falls. The view was gorgeous and even had a short (but STEEP) walking trail downstream of the falls.

Overall, we loved the experience of Tree House Point as well as what the towns surrounding had to offer. Mr. Yell and I can’t wait to make the trek back someday.

So if you have the time: Stop, take a breath, and “Be in a Tree”.

Much love. Much Grace.



Feel free to follow THP on Instagram by searching the tag name @treehousepoint for lovely pictures and updates about the property!


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