Are you sick and tired of seeing your Instagram inundated with pictures of users jetting off for a weekend away to Ibiza with their other halves, and staying in a quirky Airbnb on the beachfront, while you're sat at home picking out broken pieces of chocolate cookie which fell down your pyjama top while watching Love Island?
Well, prepare to raise the Instagram stakes because we've just found one of the most popular listings on Airbnb that – wait for it – is a treehouse covered in fairy lights and also happens to located in the middle of nowhere.
Designer and owner Peter Bahouth told Today he built the treehouse over 18 years ago but never originally considered sharing it with the world, thinking no one would be interested.
'I didn't really know how I would feel about having people stay out here,' Bahouth said. 'But I began to realise that people were having these amazing, great experiences and it was meaningful [to them], and it therefore became meaningful for me.'
The treehouse has three separately themed rooms, individually aimed to focus on the mind, the spirit, and the body.
Each room starts at £296 per night and feature rolling beds which can be moved to overlook the stream below or sit inside the room, with rope bridges connecting the three structures together.
The deck is even described as surrounding the 'Old Man', a 150 year old Southern Short-Leaf Pine tree.
On arrival, every renter is given a personal tour of the treehouse by environmentalist Bahouth, who was previously an executive director of Greenpeace and worked with the U.S. Climate Action Network, and handed a cup of coffee in the morning.
'People come here and they write and they think,' Bahouth revealed. 'They leave great stories and they have things happen to them here. Sometimes, they leave after two days and they just look different — they look like they just needed to simmer down a little.'
With a wait list now a year-long - reservations for May 2018 have only now become available, we couldn't thing of a better way to spend our summer next year.
Care to join us?