If you're looking for a really cool getaway in Texas, be it one night or many, then look no further than Airbnb. More specifically, a treehouse Airbnb that's located in the Antique Capital of West Texas, Baird.

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While doing a little "window shopping" on Airbnb I came across this really rad treehouse rental, in Baird, called Ryders Treehouse which would make the perfect stay when in the Abilene area.

First off, the owner of this property is an Airbnb 'Superhost', meaning the owner (basically) "goes above and beyond in their hosting duties". Just that alone should be enough to give this place a shot, but the photos will definitely convince you 100%.

Keep scrolling to check out the gallery of photos for Ryders Treehouse.

Out of 129 reviews, this specific rental has a 4.99 rating, which is about as good as it gets in the Airbnb world. This is a highly sought-after Airbnb rental, so you'll want to plan well in advance if you want to stay here...but it'll totally be worth it, especially after looking at the picture of the place below.

LOOK: Airbnb Treehouse in Baird, Texas

About Ryders Treehouse on Airbnb:

The perfect romantic getaway for anniversaries, birthdays or to rekindle the fire. Create amazing memories in this uniquely designed treehouse located in the middle of an 800-acre working ranch. You'll have all the privacy necessary to relax and reconnect in this one-of-a-kind treehouse, with an outdoor screened-in bathroom, and a kitchen with a small refrigerator (no freezer) Propane gas grill, 2 burner gas cooktop, and kitchen sink. Keurig coffee maker with K-cups furnished, stocked with cookware.

While you're enjoying your stay in Ryders Treehouse, you'll have the chance to enjoy quite a few of the area's top family-friendly activities.

  • Abilene Zoo
  • Grover Nelson Park
  • PrimeTime Family Entertainment
  • Play Faire Park
  • Town and Country Drive-in
  • Paramount Theater
  • Adventure Cove
  • and of course, plenty of antique shopping

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