✔ Perfect for climbers, couples, retreaters, & families looking for a great affordable location INSIDE the national forest! ✔ located on private land in the Daniel Boone National Forest & just a 15 min drive to Natural Bridge & popular eating! ✔ Relax under the stars with plenty of deck space overlooking the forest & a private fireplace with romantic lights! ✔ Nearby trails & climbing within walking distance of your treehouse that is sure to delight every outdoor enthusiast ☻
“My wife and I had a great stay at Eagles Nest. Description and directions were very accurate, local recommendations were great (Miguel’s Pizza & Grays Arch Trail, and amenities provided (coffee,hot shower with soap and shampoo, roasting sticks for fire pit, etc.) were everything you would need. Loved that we could hike down to the nearby trailhead from the treehouse without driving. We will be back!”
An experience like no other Airbnb in Lexington! Nestled in a private corner, wrapped with evergreens, you'll love the natural light that floods in from 12 foot wall-to-wall windows. Push a button to drop the 84" movie screen with 7.1 surround sound. Enjoy the craftsman kitchen, plush memory-foam bed, and spa bathroom. The drafting chair and 7-foot desktop is perfect for work, study, sketching, or browsing in peace on your laptop.
“The space was extremely well described so while a tiny house, it was exactly as expected. Great location for visiting Lexington, very well designed space, super comfortable bed but maybe best of all, the best audio system I have ever used in an Airbnb. Loved it so much! The space has quite a bit of technology available to you and extremely good directions on how to use it all. All nicely done.”
Hike five minutes through the forest up to a secluded corner of the Red River Gorge Geological Area. Become part of the forest for a while, sitting quietly in your sheltered nest.
“The treehouse is the perfect “home-base” for a refreshing off-grid vacation. The home is beautiful and incredibly comfortable. We loved cooking in the outdoor kitchen it is well equipped with pots and pans, I would recommend any visitor bring a good cooking knife if you plan on doing any serious cooking. The hike up to the cabin is difficult and I imagine would be even more so in the wet or dark - definitely wear sturdy hiking shoes, a flashlight, and pack light! All aspects of the home were sparkling clean, including the outdoor bathroom! We can’t wait to come back!”