Set among the Redwoods in Sonoma's wine country, AutoCamp allows you to enjoy the pleasures of camping without all of the hassle. Their luxury campsite is made up of 24 Airstreams, 10 safari-style tents, and a mid-century modern clubhouse just steps from the Russian River. Designed by Dan Weber Architecture, each travel trailer can match up with any 4-star hotel, featuring a queen size Casper mattress with Coyuchi linens, kitchen, sleeper sofa, and walk-in shower. For those of you looking for a more rugged experience, although hardly considered roughing-it, the canvas tents are furnished with a queen bed, private patio, lounge chairs, fire pit, and grill. Wi-fi is available throughout the property, but between biking along the pathways and a picnic in the meadow there might be few opportunities for very much screen time.
Treehouses aren't just for kids anymore. With its luxury amenities and forest setting, The Woodman's Treehouse is a whimsical retreat nestled in UK's Dorset woodlands. Resting in the branches of an old oak tree, the two-story getaway features a circular floor plan, centered around a rotating wood-burning stove that can be directed at the bedroom, living area, or kitchen. A large rear deck houses a wood-fire pizza oven, outdoor tree shower, and a stainless steel slide, while a spiral staircase leads to an upper deck with a sauna and hot tub. Taking advantage of the dramatic scenery, picture windows surround the perimeter, an opening in the floor gives views of the stream below, and glazing above the bed frames the oak canopy overhead.