Looking for the best treehouses in Belgium? This European country is home to the most unique wooden cabins up between the trees. Nothing captures the imagination as treehouses do and the Belgians are extremely good at building fairytale-like treetop cabins, high up on stilts or even hanging in a tree. We had the chance to stay in a Belgian treehouse twice and completely fell in love with the nature experience of this type of holiday home. So we created a bucket list with the 10 best treehouses in Belgium for our upcoming trips. We’ll share our wish list here with you to inspire you to make your childhood dream come true!
Also read: we also loved staying at this boutique treehouse with a sauna and this fairytale-like treehouse hanging in an oak tree in the Netherlands.
The Belgian treehouses on the map
10 unique treehouses in Belgium
#1 Treehouses in the Warredal forest
Maaseik | Current prices and availability | 2-5 guests | The Warredal forest in Limburg is home to Belgium’s most unique treehouses. Hidden in the forest you will find two types of forest houses. There are dozens of tiny houses made of natural materials, large windows with a forest view and a cosy atmosphere. The Cosy Cabins are also described by Warredal as back to nature, off the grid and glamping. But you hardly have to compromise on comfort! There is a fully equipped kitchen, a wood stove keeps the house warm in winter and the bathroom has hot water. Almost everything is made of natural materials and even the kitchen doesn’t even have a single plastic item. One of the walls is completely made of glass, making the forest an extension of the treehouse. There are treehouses for two guests, but the largest cabins can accommodate up to five. If you’re looking for a treehouse experience, choose one of the three Treetop Cabins.
Another part of the Warredal forest has fairytale hobbit houses and enchanting tree houses. We were invited to stay another time at Warredal to try out these unique wooden houses. We immediately fell in love with our stunning treehouse with a sauna! It has five beds, a large terrace with a pizza oven, barbecue and sauna, a fully equipped kitchen and a lovely lounge sofa in the window with beautiful forest views. These Tree Houses have a completely different vibe than the Cosy Cabins – less modern, more robust and also a bit more luxurious – and guarantee a magical experience!
Read more: we wrote a blog post about our first stay in the Treetop Cabins and about our second stay in the Tree House.
#2 Treehouse with jacuzzi on Airbnb
Érezée | Current prices and availability | 4 guests | This luxurious treehouse is located in the middle of the beautiful nature of the Belgian Ardennes. You get to stay high up between the treetops at a height of six meters. There is a wood burner to keep you warm, the 75 m² cabin has two bedrooms and the large terrace has morning and evening sun. One of the highlights is the jacuzzi that you can book (for a large part of the year).
#3 Cabane des Amoureux
Sivry-Rance | Current prices and availability | 2 guests | This romantic treehouse is on the French-Belgian border. At 7 meters high, this house offers you the chance to get back to nature. The treehouse has a terrace with a hammock at the same height and downstairs is a nice jacuzzi.
#4 La Cabane Du Bois Dormant
Spa | Current prices and availability | 2 guests | Near Spa are the romantic tree houses of La Cabane Du Bois Dormant in an African style. The treetop high cabins are approximately 35m² and each has a private bathroom, terrace and internet. Your breakfast is lifted up in the morning in a basket. It doesn’t get any more idyllic!
#5 Les Cabanes de Rensiwez
Houffalizze | Current prices and availability | 2 guests | If you want to book this treehouse, make sure you do so well in advance. This beautiful wooden house at a height of 5 meters is extremely popular! The cabin is made entirely of wood, including a wooden bath, and has a cozy box bed and wood stove. There is also a wooden bat outside so you can even bathe between the trees.
#6 Dome glamping at Sphair Perchée
Fisenne | Current prices and availability | 2 people | This very unique treehouse is located on a hill in the Belgian Ardennes: it’s a transparent dome high up in the sky. This treehouse is not like the other cabins, but more like a glamping tent. The transparent dome is where the bed is, so you get to sleep romantically under the stars. Prepare for an adventurous trip, as you sleep in a tent without hot water or a fully equipped bathroom.
#7 The Cabane du Beau Vallon
Profondeville| Current prices and availability | 2-5 guests | This fairytale cabin offers space for up to five people, so it’s a bit bigger than the other treehouses in Belgium. There is a spacious bathroom, fully equipped kitchen and terrace with Norwegian bath and barbecue. In the evening, the treehouse is romantically lit and this unique accommodation gets even more magical.
#8 Double treehouse for two
Names | Current prices and availability | 2 guests | This cottage has not one, but two treehouses. One cabin with a bedroom and the other treehouse has a kitchen and bathroom. The cabins are connected by a walkway. The double treehouse is located on a beautiful half-acre estate, so you can enjoy a nice walk directly from the cabin.
#9 Treehouse Camp Treelodge
Retie | Current prices and availability | 2-6 guests | The unique treehouse village of Treelodge is located in the Stille Kempen. There are currently three huts in the forest – the design cabin Tawny Owl, classic Chiffchaff and A-shaped Spotted Woodpecker – but more charming wooden cabins are being built. The cabins are well insulated and can be heated with a wood stove and central heating, so they’re also the perfect destination in the winter months. These beautiful photos of Treelodge make you want to pack your bags straight away, don’t they?
#10 Glamping in a Tree Tent
Ohey | Current prices and availability | This Dom’Up tree tent is a completely different kind of treehouse. This tent hangs between the trees and is accessible via a ladder. The treehouse has a view of green meadows and the Belgian castle Hodoumont. There is no electricity and you can cook only on a small camping stove, but that is just part of this special adventure.