Located in scenic Beersheba Springs, TN, the Tree Lofts is a cluster of four stunning vacation rentals, beautifully appointed and designed to do justice to the surrounding landscape. These tucked-away homes are ideally situated to take advantage of all that Beersheba Springs offers. From outdoor adventures to the privacy to unplug and reconnect, here are four reasons to book one of these properties for your next mountain getaway!

Stunning Views

No matter what Tree Lofts property you stay in, you’re guaranteed to take in sweeping views of the Cumberland Plateau, the Southern region of the Appalachian Mountains. Encouraging you to really take in the sights, every property includes an outdoor sitting area that overlooks the surrounding forest. You’re invited to sit a spell and watch the sunrise with your morning cup of coffee or soak up the sunset with a glass of wine.

Aerial view of the Cumberland Plateau during the fall season.

Located in Beersheba Springs, TN, the Tree Lofts is four vacation rentals that overlook the Cumberland Plateau in the Appalachian Mountains’ foothills.

Stunning Architecture + Cozy Interiors

In addition to gorgeous views, every property has been thoughtfully designed with a touch of nostalgia. Yet, every house has modern amenities and design elements throughout — from the appliances to the furniture. You can enjoy a fresh cup of coffee every morning, let the dishwasher handle the dishes, and freshen up in a beautifully appointed bathroom.

The Main House

The main house — also known as “Top of the Rock” — was designed by founder Cullen Douglass for his own family. The property offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and sleeps up to 10 guests. In addition to sweeping two-story windows that overlook the bluffs, the home includes two spacious dens on the first and second levels and a beautiful covered porch perfect for stargazing or curling up with a good book.

Nighttime view of two-story luxury cabin in the woods.

Originally built as a getaway for Tree Lofts founder Cullen Douglass and his family, the main house is a luxury cabin that offers views of the surrounding mountains and landscape.

Modern interior of a luxury cabin.

The open concept in the main house allows families to spend time and connect with one another during their stay.

Covered porch with dining table, couch, and chairs.

Begin your morning or end your evening on the serene covered porch.

Tree Lofts 1

The second property, Tree Lofts 1, is also an ideal home base for families, large groups of friends, or couples with kids. includes one downstairs bedroom in addition to a loft with a queen bed, twin bed, and two futons. Like the main house, this property offers two-story windows overlooking the surrounding bluffs and landscape. This is also the cluster’s most elevated property, so you’re invited to open the living room doors to allow natural light and the mountain breeze to flood the space. Be sure to also take advantage of the private hot tub on cooler nights.

Exterior of Tree Lofts 1 rental property in the forest.

Every Tree Lofts property seamlessly blends nostalgia with modern design elements. Pictured here is the exterior of Tree Lofts 1.

Living room area with wood walls and two-story windows.

Tree Lofts 1 is a two-story cabin offering a kitchen, living space, and sleeping quarters for up to eight guests.

View of living room and loft areas from outdoor porch area.

Open the double doors in the living room of Tree Lofts 1 to truly immerse yourself in nature.

Tree Lofts 2

Tree Lofts 2 is another excellent option for families or couples. Dubbed “the ship” because it includes sleeping quarters downstairs and living space upstairs (much like a ship), the property sleeps up to seven people and offers a view that could easily be photographed and framed. The interior includes a cozy living area that overlooks and opens up to the outdoors, as well as two bedrooms. Outside, you’ll find a rock staircase that has been built into the mountainside along with a private hot tub.

Exterior of treehouse rental on the mountainside.

Tree Lofts 2 will bring back memories of playing in treehouses as a child.

View of living room/kitchen areas from porch.

Every Tree Lofts kitchen is equipped with modern appliances, including a dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, and refrigerator.

Bed in dark room with a window that overlooks the Cumberland Plateau.

Imagine waking up to this view in the morning …

The A-Frame

The newest property in the Tree Lofts lineup is a stunning A-frame house. The A-frame sleeps up to four individuals, offering a main-level bedroom and a loft with two twin beds. The home exudes a charming 1970s feel with a shag rug and vintage stereo system — complete with vinyl records.

Writer’s Note: I had the pleasure of spending a night at the A-Frame, and it was a fantastic weekend getaway for a pair of friends. We spent the night drinking margaritas and playing board games. The next morning, we lounged around the house and enjoying the views before setting out for a hike. Absolutely perfect!

Exterior of black A-frame house.

The Tree Lofts A-frame house is a quaint cabin — the perfect getaway for a small family or group of friends.

Cozy interior of A-frame cabin rental.

The A-frame’s loft overlooks the kitchen and living area below.

Outdoor Adventure

The Tree Lofts properties are perfect for anyone looking to unplug and connect with nature. Luckily, there are plenty of opportunities to disconnect and enjoy Tennessee’s natural beauty. Just two miles from Tree Lofts is Greeter Falls, which includes a one-mile loop leading to two stunning waterfalls — the 15-foot Upper Falls and the 50-foot Lower Falls. The hike is relatively easy and is located in Savage Gulf State Park.

For a more advanced hike, you can drive about 35 minutes to the Fiery Gizzard Trail, named one of the top 25 hiking trails in the U.S. by Backpacker Magazine. The main trail is about 13 miles one-way and offers close-up views of some of Tennessee’s most beautiful waterfalls and streams. However, if you’re like me and not an experienced hiker, you can still enjoy the trail by entering through the Foster Falls trailhead. This half-mile hike includes an up-close view of Foster Falls and a swinging bridge perfect for a photo op. However, it’s important to note that most of the terrain is on a hill and a bit rocky.

View of the base of Foster Falls.

Enter the Fiery Gizzard Trail through the Foster Falls trailhead to get a view of the 60-foot waterfall. Image: Brianna Goebel

Stone Door is another popular outdoor destination in the area. About five miles away from the Tree Lofts, this is another relatively easy hike that is almost two miles roundtrip. The trail gets its name from a 10-foot-wide, 100-foot-deep crack in a rock resembling an open door. Be sure to also stop along the way to take in views from any of the nearby overlook areas.

Location, Location, Location

Another distinctive feature of the Tree Lofts is that, while they are secluded and offer plenty of peace and quiet, their location is less than two hours from major Tennessee cities like Nashville and Chattanooga. The drive from Nashville takes about an hour and a half, making it the perfect destination for a quiet weekend away from the city.

Tree Lofts is also near attractions like The Caverns, one of the South’s most unique concert venues. Located underground and about 30 minutes from the rental properties, previous artists have included Moon Taxi, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, The SteelDrivers, and more. Plus, you can arrive early to take a guided tour of the cave system before your concert.

To truly unplug and reconnect with yourself, you can also drive about 45 minutes to the Isha Institute of Inner-Sciences. Located in McMinnville, this non-profit organization is known worldwide for its yoga retreats, yoga classes, and meditation classes.

No matter what Tree Lofts property you stay in, you’re guaranteed a one-of-a-kind vacation surrounded by stunning nature, cozy interiors, and plenty of outdoor fun. When you’re ready to book your mountain getaway, visit thetreelofts.com

This article is sponsored by Tree Lofts. All photography provided unless otherwise noted.

Brianna Goebel
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Brianna Goebel

Brianna is StyleBlueprint’s Associate Editor and Sponsored Content Manager. She is an avid fan of iced coffee and spends her free time reading all things true crime.