Stay in a magical, tranquil, and tiny tree house in the pines and invite four to six guests for a fabulous weekend in the Missouri country. Relax on the first floor, which has a peaceful little living room warmed by a propane fireplace, air conditioning units, a queen-sized futon, and two chairs. The full kitchenette is a convenience for guests since it has a small fridge, a tiny freezer, a coffee maker, a hot water pot, a toaster oven, a microwave, dishes, soap, a cutting board, basic pots and pans, utensils, spices, and paper goods. Simple meals may be prepared on the tiny RV propane stove with four burners or the gas grill below. The kitchen has cold running water in the summer, and, at times, the host provides a five-gallon water dispenser with well water. The dining area seats four with books, games, and a CD player.Guests will climb a 10-foot ladder to find a cozy cabin loft that is a popular favorite. The loft has a super reader’s, writer’s, sleeper’s, or lover’s nook with a twin-sized bed made from pines of the land. Guests can look up through a skylight and see one of the huge pines There are two other twin-sized beds—one looks out over the land, and the other sleeps right next to the big pine tree. There is ample seating with two chairs, a big bean bag (can be slept in by a child), little side tables, lamps, and interesting books. All of this makes reading by the electric space heater that looks like a little fireplace very pleasant. There is also an air conditioning window unit in the loft, a dormer window, fans, lighting, and outlets. Small railings guard the loft.This spacious, insulated space is 16 feet by 18 feet (288 sq. ft.) with a unique sleeping loft (144 sq. ft.). It has 25 ways to connect with nature by windows, doors, and skylights. It is a great year-round space. In the summer, guests can use the air conditioning or open the windows, and in the winter, the propane fireplace and space heaters make it cozy (wear layers, however, since it can be chilly). The space is best designed for adults or mindful children over 12 because of the decorations, moderately steep stairs, ladders that require caution, and the farm animals.When guests stay part of their fee is for the Private Membership Association.