Within the grounds of a picturesque working farm, this treehouse offers a unique stay in the delightful Worcestershire countryside; this is ideal for couples looking for a rural retreat that’s a little out of the ordinary. Follow the old-fashioned wooden signs to your home in the sky, which you will entwinted around a mature ash tree, and enjoy the on-site wildlife lakes and meadows before taking a dip in your private hot tub.
The stunning lounge/kitchen/diner is enhanced with decorative yew wood panelling, reaching the sash windows which circle the area giving plenty of natural light and breathtaking woodland views. At night, watch the treehouse light up with handcrafted colourful lighting, plus a warming log-effect electric fire for those cold winter nights. When morning dawns, step out onto the balcony and drink in the sunshine quite literally with a refreshing cup of tea as you breathe in the country air.
You may feel a million miles from anything here, but all that Worcestershire and Herefordshire have to offer are almost within touching distance. Visit the many stunning cathedrals, take a romantic riverside walk, or explore the smaller market towns of Leominster (11 miles), Ludlow (14.5 miles) and Ledbury (20 miles). National Trust enthusiasts will be thrilled to discover a number of properties and gardens close by (we recommend touring Berrington Hall - 13.5 miles - before checking out it’s tempting tea room), while walkers have easy access to the Malvern Hills (20.5 miles), the Wye Valley (22 miles), and further afield, the Brecon Beacons (33.5 miles).