About PotLeaf Treehouse
If you’re looking for something out of a Mother Goose fairytale sung by Bob Marley, we are pleased to unveil PotLeaf Tree house. A cozy cabin in the trees that sleeps 4.
Built by Sun Ray Kelley, PotLeaf Tree house is a timeless and comfortable retreat that’s rooted high above ground in a setting where inspiration is born. Once inside PotLeaf, you are transported outside of the ordinary and can reclaim you true sense of being part of something special and unique. Be sure to celebrate all the property has to offer with the horse and donkey, two dogs, and stylish mini-pig.
Close to Steven’s Pass, the Cascade Loop, Wallace Falls and many PNW trails, Mountain Views Retreat is a sanctuary from the daily grind.
Rustic with an outdoor shower and pristinely maintained outhouse, the PotLeaf Tree House is an exciting hideaway.
We welcome pot smokers (21 and older) and those with open minds and open hearts.
Guests will have full access to property’s COMMUNAL FIREPIT and all things inside PotLeaf Tree house and OUTDOOR SHOWER. There is free parking available.
For an additional fee and advance request, guests may use the Main House therapeutic HOT TUB that overlooks the pastoral countryside.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Accommodation provided: Treehouse
- Check in after: 4PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at PotLeaf Treehouse
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We visited the PotLeaf Tree House on a day when it had been raining for almost 2 or 3 days in a row, with no signs of stopping. The place looked too cool not visit though, so we made our way out there and wow, we are so glad we did.
As you pull up the driveway and look to your left, the tree house is suddenly before you, it was almost as if we had stepped into a fairy tale. Tracy bounded out from the main house that she lives in almost as soon as we arrived. We heard laughter before we saw her and then were greeted with the biggest grin and the friendliest of hellos. She spent the next five minutes or so giving us a tour of the place (there's a place to take a hot shower, a port-a-pot, a water spigot, etc.) and then let us be!
We had never been in a place quite like this before. The inside has these small, warm lights that give the treehouse the most magical feeling. It's small, but still, didn't seem crowded with the two of us in there. We hung out in the lower area of the tree house for a good while before climbing up the wooden ladder to sleep. The rain continued to pour but we never felt a drop, the treehouse stayed super dry.
In the morning, we woke to the natural light that slowly filled the space from the roof above. It was a really peaceful way to wake up. It was still raining out but it was light out and after making coffee and breakfast, we wanted to explore. We met the dogs, the donkey, the horse (apparently there's a pig but we never met him/her) and also saw the other places for rent: two small micro-shelters as well as a camping area and a whole other treehouse, the Hashtag Treehouse. Each of them is unique and if we had more time, we would have liked to stay at them all.