You can stay in an incredible Bali treehouse for just £29 a night

Need to get away on a budget? You can stay in this Bali tree house for £29 a night.

Yes you read that right, Tree House Rumuh Pohon in Bali is a little wooden house overlooking stunning sea views, and it’s an absolute bargain.

£29 will get you a Bali treehouse with one bedroom, a bed and a shared bathroom, which is all you need really. The tree house brings this back to basics, and is a great way to escape into nature.

There’s no TV or wi-fi either, if you really want to switch off and get away from it all. Even on holiday some of us are guilty of being glued to our screens, which isn’t possible in this Bali location.

It’s listed on Airbnb, with the listing describing the treehouse as “all your childhood dreams embodied in an miracle”. Sounds perfect if you ask us.

The listing goes on to say, “Imagine waking up from sleep accompanied clean air, the sound of birdsong, and the smell of fresh trees. Moreover, coupled with a panoramic view of the sea, sunrise and sunset are certainly amazing.”

Bali treehouse

If that isn’t enough to convince you, tourists who have stayed in the tree house have described it as “the most beautiful place”.

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One review read “This was the most beautiful place I have ever stayed. It is a work out to get there but it is so worth it. I didn’t think there would be a shower so that was a nice surprise.

“The food was great and the staff was extremely nice and welcoming.”

 

Bali treehouse

Another said “The view is unforgettable. Great to fall asleep to the ocean. It is very minimalist conditions. Bed with sheets and blanket, toilet and shower shared with the other tree house nearby, includes towel.

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“You are paying for the exclusive view and you will never find a better one. The sunrise in the morning is out of this world. This is for people who are into camping and are in decent shape to climb up and down a cliff. Well worth it.”

So whilst basic in nature, it seems to be a once in a lifetime experience and we’re already packing our bags if we’re honest.

Would you like to stay here?