You will find it hard to leave the sympathetically landscaped grounds that surround the treehouse, though when the time comes you could not be better placed to explore. Offering easy access to Worcester and Hereford both showcasing stunning cathedrals and riverside walks, with smaller market towns that offer a more bespoke shopping experience in Leominster, Ludlow and Ledbury. For National Trust enthusiasts, there are several properties and gardens all within easy reach. For walkers, an enviable landscape of both rolling meadows and hills to climb with easy access into the Malvern Hills, the Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons. If it’s a festival that you are looking for why not take in Hay-on-Wye for book lovers or Ludlow for food lovers.
Take a walk down the lane where you will see the first glimpse of the thatched roof of the tree house. Built around a mature ash tree with a hand carved bannister that will guide you to the solid wood front door. Step inside where the handcrafted carpentry continues, the lounge/kitchen/diner is enhanced with decorative yew wood panelling that reaches up to the sash windows which circle the entire lounge area offering views onto the woodland. There is a log effect fire and TV for a cosy night in. The handcrafted kitchen is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and wine chiller. And after a day relaxing you will find a super king-size bed with handcrafted headboards and views onto the wildlife lake and a king-size bed that can be made as a twin bed upon request. There is also a shower room with double walk in shower and WC.
Step out onto the balcony to enjoy the sunshine, the balcony surrounds the treehouse and offers access to a private hot tub and BBQ area that is situated to the edge of the wildlife lakes. There is allocated parking for two cars.