I don’t often get tempted to rent with Airbnb. Staying at someone else's apartment was never very appealing to me no matter how cheap the price is.\nNarcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.\nThat is until I discovered the "treehouse" filter on their website.\nIt turns out that there are some pretty amazing treehouses around Canada you can rent for less than the price of a hotel room.\nOnly these places offer far more than just a room to put your stuff. They offer breathtaking views, beautiful accommodations, unique features and an overall unbelievable experience.\nMont-Tremblant, Quebec\nAirbnb\n$212 per night\nThese 4-season treehouses are tucked away near a lake in Mont-Tremblant. They come with a full kitchen, multiple beds, fire pits, barbecues and picnic tables. Some even have huge mezzanines!\nClick here for more info.\nScugog, Ontario\nAirbnb | Airbnb\n$238 per night\nThis rustic Treehouse Cabin sits on a ridge overlooking a wooded valley. Only an hour away from Toronto, the privacy and screened-in porch make it the perfect escape from city bustle.\nClick here for more info.\nWardner, British Columbia\nAirbnb\n$200 / per night\nA wooden spiral staircase will take you up to this unique stay, perched 5 meters up atop seven trees. The deck is the perfect vantage point to look out over sweeping panoramas of the pond, forest and mountains.\nClick here for more info.\nLanark Highlands - Ontario\n$170 / per night\nRustic treehouse built near the rapids of the Mississippi River in Lanark County. And best of all, it has tiny sleeping nooks.\nClick here for more info.\nSacré-Coeur - Quebec\n$170 / per night\nThese 4 treehouse cabins feature mini kitchens, free breakfast and glass ceilings in the bedrooms for stargazing.\nClick here for more info.\nLikely - British Columbia\n$279 / per night\nUnique and luxurious tree cabin in the middle of the wilderness.\nClick here for more info.\nAmherst - Quebec\n$116 / per night\nTreetop cabin located near the Refuges du lac Démélé. Surrounded with lakes, hiking trails, cross country skiing trails and fishing spots.\nClick here for more info.\nDurham - Ontario\n$551 / per night\nThis is less of a house and more of a treetop luxury mansion.\nClick here for more info.\nWentworth Nord - Quebec\n$180 / per night\n4 season treetop cabin set 18 feet above the ground. This place features a kitchen, bathrooms and spa access.\nClick here for more info.\nSacré-Coeur - Quebec\n$165 / per night\nThis cabin can sleep up to 4 people. It features large windows and a private terrasse.\nClick here for more info.\nSacré-Coeur - Quebec\n$195 / per night\nUnique Bubble Dome house. If you're looking for a truly original getaway, this is it.\nClick here for more info.\nSaint-Sauveur - Quebec\n$119 / per night\nThis treehouse cabin is the closest one to Montreal on our list.\nClick here for more info.\nNominingue - Quebec\n$152 / per night\nThis place is called Les Toits du Monde which means the roof of the world. But don't let the name fool you, it's only 5 metres high.\nClick here for more info.\n*Cover photo used for illustrative purposes.