Pricing

FAQ

Pricing starts at $375/night, plus a $75 cleaning fee, and 13.25% in taxes.

Pricing is also dependent on seasonal rates, holiday rates, and occupancy rules. The White Oak + The Maple are priced for 4 guests, with a maximum occupancy of 6 guests. The Beech* is priced for 2 guests, with a maximum occupancy of 4 guests. The Hemlock is priced for 2 guests, with a maximum occupancy of 2. The additional guest fee rate is $75 per person, per night.

*While The Beech can accommodate up to four guests, it's best suited for two guests or a family with two small children. In addition to the queen bed there is a sleeper sofa. 

How to check availability

Click the button that says "Availability + Booking."  That will take you to our online calendar that will give you the most up to date openings.  

Are any of the treehouses pet-friendly?

We love our pets! All our treehouses are pet-friendly! The flat fee is $75 and you are limited to two pets (dogs and cats only).

We ask that:

  • pets are leashed 

  • pets must be up-to-date on rabies vaccinations and all other vaccinations. Heartworm preventive is highly recommended

  • pets should be treated with flea and tick repellant

  • guest is responsible for cleaning up any/all pet refuse.

  • pets must not cause damage to premises or furnishings (if damages are caused, the guest will be charged)

  • guest should prevent pets from producing excessive noise at a level that disturbs neighbors

Amenities

Our treehouses are packed with all the creature comforts of home! Including air conditioning and heat for year-round comfort!

Our amenities include an amazing wood burning hot tub, fire pit (which will be set for you upon arrival and we leave extra wood for you.  If you burn thru that bundle,  don’t worry you can purchase more directly on-site!), seasonal outdoor shower, grill  + grill tools (we provide the charcoal, firelighters, lighter fluid), outside seating around the fire pit area and also on the deck, kitchenette (electric cooktop, mini-fridge, microwave, toaster oven, Keurig, CrockPot, dishes, glasses, utensils, basic cookware, etc.), full bathroom with shower (we provide soap, shampoo, and conditioner, toilet paper, tissues, hairdryer), heat, air conditioning, towels and linens, Wifi (but it’s never guaranteed - across the region it is spotty!), TV (for streaming), DVD player (with a few DVDs too).  If you are bringing a pet we provide a food bowl, waste bags, a pet bed, and a pet towel.   We also have family-friendly board games and books in each treehouse. Not to mention the most unique escape in the woods with incredible views and natural land features that the Hocking Hills is known for.  Plus there is no road noise, it's absolutely quiet. 

What should I pack?

We provide:

  • Linens and towels 

  • Trash bags 

  • Paper towels and toilet paper

  • Beach towels for hot tub

  • Dish detergent

  • Shampoo / Soap

  • Cookware, utensils, dishes, glasses, etc.

  • Basic spices, oil

  • Crock-pot, electric skillet, toaster, Keurig, French Press, mini-fridge

  • Wood for fire pit and wood-fired hot tub

  • Charcoal grill, charcoal,  and lighter fluid

  • Grill tools

  • Starter supply of K-Cups and ground coffee

Suggestions:

  • A printed copy of Directions

  • Phone charger

  • Sunscreen / Bug spray

  • Backpack for hiking the trails

  • Extra charcoal for the grill

  • Toiletries

  • Spices / Condiments 

  • Aluminum foil / Plastic bags

  • Cooler / Ice

  • Spare shoes or boots (just in case it's muddy)

  • Umbrella

  • If you prefer bottled water (our well water is fine to drink and cook with)

Are children allowed?

Of course!  We want children to have fun and enjoy this adventure in the treetops.  But it goes without saying that children must be supervised at all times. The terrain varies from level to steep, and pathways can be slippery.  Each treehouse has steep drop-offs.   It is very important that children be supervised at all times and we ask that there is no running on decks, no climbing on railing, no climbing in trees, no climbing on the roof, no horseplay, no throwing rocks, this is not an all-inclusive list but only general in nature of items that should not be allowed under any circumstances.  

Please be mindful of the maximum number of total guests per treehouse (White Oak - 6 guests, Maple - 6 guests, Beech - 4 guests). Children count towards the total guest count.

Cancellation Policy

We understand that sometimes it is necessary to change or cancel a reservation.  But because we are a small local business, cancellations have a huge financial impact on us.  Once a room is reserved, it is no longer available for booking by other interested travelers. We ask for your understanding in respecting our cancellation, change, and refund policy.  

All cancellations or reservation changes must be made in writing to info@hockinghillstreehousecabins.com. 

 

Cancellations made more than 30 days prior to arrival will receive a 50% refund.

 

Cancellations made less than 30 days prior to arrival will not be refunded.

 

No refunds for early departures, delayed arrivals, no-shows. No refund will be given for failure to use the property due to inclement weather. 

WE RECOMMEND THAT ALL GUESTS PURCHASE TRAVEL INSURANCE THROUGH AN OUTSIDE VENDOR OF THEIR CHOICE. TRAVEL INSURANCE PROTECTS FROM THE UNEXPECTED EVENT OF NEEDING TO CANCEL A RESERVATION. TO PROTECT AGAINST A PANDEMIC (SUCH AS COVID-19) GUESTS WILL NEED TO CHOOSE A PLAN THAT IS A  CANCEL FOR ANY REASON PRODUCT.

Is there a minimum night stay?

There is a two-night minimum for most reservations. Holidays and peak seasons may require three nights. Occasionally there are single dates available in-between existing reservations that may be available. 

What time is check-in / check-out?

Check-in is between 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm. If you can not check-in before 6:00 pm, call our office to make arrangements.

 

To be courteous to our incoming guests check-out is before 10:30 a.m.  

Are you open year-round?

Yes! Our treehouses are climate-controlled to keep you warm or cool depending on the season! While the busiest season in the Hocking Hills runs March-October, there is no bad time to visit. Winter offers a quiet and relaxing time with amazing views of a snowy landscape and frozen waterfalls. The Hocking Hills awakens again in the Spring with the arrival of wildflowers and flowing waterfalls. Summertime in the Hocking Hills is filled with outdoor activities - hiking, kayaking, canoeing, horseback riding, ziplining, rock-climbing! Fall foliage in the Hocking Hills is a site to be seen! The fall landscape is filled with a gold, orange, and red canopy. 

Is there a minimum age requirement?

You must be at least 24 years old to make a reservation at Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins.

Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins

22784 Purcell Road

South Bloomingville, Ohio  43152

info@hockinghillstreehousecabins.com

(614) 599-1899