These lofty boltholes are perfect for couples – just don't look down, says Emma Higgins!
Nothing says romance like a copper bath - one of Harptree Treehouse's most decadent
features. A plush double bed, wood-burning stove, and
fully-equipped kitchen complete this secluded getaway.
The Treehouse at Harptree Court (Canopy and Stars)
Nearby, the Mendip Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the cities of Bath and Bristol make ideal day trips - although you may not want to leave at all when you see the huge terrace.
Built in a cluster of sycamore trees, a stay at Fernie Castle's treehouse is like
stepping into a fairytale. That's not just because of its turreted
roof, framed by foliage, but also because of the décor - fairies
and mythical creatures are painted on the walls.
Fernie Castle (RDA Photography)
There's a large bedroom (with king size bed) and three balconies so you'll have plenty of space. The grounds of Fernie Castle are also yours to explore.
The Lost Meadow Treepod is a quirky
rental that prides itself on sustainability. Made from low-impact,
lightweight (but strong) materials its unique design resembles a
Lost Meadow Treehouse (Canopy and Stars)
Ideal for couples who want to curl up in their own little bubble (quite literally), it even comes with a ceiling window so you can gaze up at the night sky from the bed. The treepod is located in the depths of the woods in Cornwall, a few miles from the south coast, and a kitchen hut and fire circle directly below is yours to use.
This is a treehouse by name, but not by nature - it's a luxury
hotel on stilts. Within the grounds of Chewton Glen hotel, this
decadent treehouse experience offers
suites in the forest canopy, with panoramic views from your
floor-to-ceiling windows, breakfast hampers served to your door
each morning, and giant terraces - some with a private hot
Chewton Glen Treehouse
Calling Hampshire home, Chewton Glen is right by England's beautiful south coast and New Forest National Park.
Nestled in the trees of southern Cornwall is Tree Sparrow House - which is as tiny
and charming as it sounds. This cubby-like treehouse is suitable
for two people, with a double bed on a mezzanine level and small
kitchen and wash room below.
Tree Sparrow House
Cosy and quirky, and a ten-minute walk away from the beach, this Cornwall gem is ideal for travellers who want to get away from the chaos of modern life and disappear into wilderness.
In the heart of north Wales, just south of Snowdonia, are
Living Room Treehouses - a group of
six curved pods set in the treetops. Each has a kitchen, living
area, bathroom facilities and terrace.
Living Room Treehouses (Canopy and Stars)
Set deep in the woods, these treehouses are an off-the-grid experience ideal for lovers of the outdoors - so isolated that once you arrive you're taken by the owners on a short hike through the forest to reach them.
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