Fall is a beautiful season to get out and enjoy the great outdoors and there's a unique place in Illinois where you can do just that.

The Enchanted Garden Airbnb is a treehouse in Schaumberg, Illinois, which is only about a half-hour outside of Chicago. And it definitely has the look of an enchanted garden. There's a fire pit, 4 ft. deep hot tub, a Koi pond that has a waterfall going into it, a lot of pretty plants, and more.

The Airbnb can fit 4 guests inside- there's a double bed and two single beds in a loft. But wait...there's also a teepee. The teepee has two cots in it, although it does close for the winter season.

If you're feeling like you really just need to get away for a hot minute, the description of the Airbnb says that they're "420 friendly" and allow you to smoke the legal stuff in their enclosed outdoor areas.

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The Airbnb will run you $247/night. It has a bunch of amenities like a fire pit, cushy robes, a hammock, and more. One pretty cool feature is that the showers are outdoors, walled with a bamboo privacy barrier. There's also a grill where you can cookout if you want to. The house has a fireplace, kitchenette, microwave, fridge, cable and wifi, a Keurig, and a fireman's pole.

Ready to check it out? To look at the availability of the treehouse, check out the Airbnb listing here.

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