The holiday season has officially kicked into gear — between cooking for the whole family and being host to distant loved ones, sometimes we need to plan for a getaway.
So, before the to-do list grows too long and the autumn nights turn blustery cold, picture this: you’re surrounded by miles of nature with a hot chocolate in hand + snuggled up by the fire. We’re here to make that vision a reality — read on for some of the area’s coziest, most unique, + most scenic places to stay.
The Tiny Treehouse Getaway | 2 guests | 1 br, 1 ba | $95 per night | Picture it: Soaking in the tub with a glass of wine in hand overlooking a small urban farm.
Modern Shipping Container | 4 guests | 2 br, 2 ba | $165 per night | Picture it: You’re sitting on the 700 sqft patio overlooking the views of downtown + surrounded by your closest friends.
Glamping at Lake Grapevine | 6 guests | 2 br, 1 ba | $150 per night | Picture it: Sleeping under the stars and being woken up to the sounds of nature.
The Extraordinary Treehouse | 4 guests | 2 br, 2 ba | $376 per night | Picture it: You’re tucked away in the trees, huddled around the fireplace with your favorite book in hand.
The Hatchery House | 4 guests | 2 br, 1 ba | $139 per night | Picture it: Sipping fresh coffee on the farm as the kids run around and enjoy the open air.
Slater Saved by the 90s | 6 guests | 2 br, 1 ba | $181 per night | Picture it: You’ve time-traveled back to the ’90s and you’re eating your favorite sugary cereal + playing retro video games.
If you’re sharing this article with a friend who may visit, make sure they also check out our article on things to do while visiting Fort Worth.