Check Out This Sweet Treehouse You Can Stay In At Super Bowl 50 For ONLY $349 A Night!
Lucky enough to score tickets to Super Bowl 50 but haven’t been able to find an affordable nice, close place to stay? With hotel rooms being reported to be garnering a price tag somewhere in the neighborhood of $1,000 a night that’s quite understandable.
That being said, here’s a unique bargain unearthed by reporter Mike Rosenberg that might just be the answer to your problem…
But wait, I can hear you asking, you said $349 in the headline, why does he say it will cost $495 in his tweet?
For some reason, perhaps a lack of responses(?), this sweet treehouse has now been marked down to the low, low price of just $349 on its Airbnb listing.
The description sounds marvelous…
Suitable for candle-light dinners, relaxing, reflecting, rejuvenating & simply enjoying the sights and sounds of nature – birds singing, a squirrel scampering across the roof! Enjoy the sunset or sunrise with a beautiful view of the San Francisco Bay from the wrap-around deck. Fluffy down duvet comforter/pillows & quilts will keep you warm and cozy. Comfy queen size bed w/crisp linens in the sleeping loft and a lower level chaise/reading nook.
It even comes with a private kitchenette, a toilet, a shower, and they even provide what they call a light, healthy continental breakfast!
At about 40 minutes from the site of Super Bowl 50 you could definitely do worse. Plus the treehouse has already gotten some rave reviews…
My girlfriend and I stayed two nights in the treehouse for her birthday and it was a magical experience. The treehouse looks exactly as it does in the pictures but actually being up there, watching the sunrise over the distant bay while huddled under warm, fluffy blankets made us feel like kids at a sleepover again. We never saw Doug or Linda during out stay but felt very taken care of by them and were excited to wake up to a delicious breakfast each morning. Would absolutely recommend staying here!
STAY HERE. Seriously, everyone, stay here. I bought a night here as a gift for my husband, and we had an amazing time. First of all, it is a legit treehouse. We loved that the house was built around the actual tree, without sawing anything off – living branches grow through it. There were charming little touches everywhere: cool books, extra comforters and slippers, the most delicious brownies I’ve ever eaten (no joke,) a big fluffy duvet, a bottle of water, a fridge full of dainties (and kombucha!) and so much more. We were thoroughly charmed, and our night there was so incredibly relaxing. Thank you, Doug and Linda, we will take any excuse we can to visit you again.
Hell, this treehouse sounds like it’d be worth staying at even if there wasn’t a Super Bowl in town.
H/T Bleacher Report