Treehouses in England
England may not be the forested land of yore, but amongst its lovely swathes of rolling countryside enough woodland remains that a treehouse is only a logical extension of the English holiday experience. A treehouse holiday doesn't have to mean basic - even if it retains that childhood magic - but it has unique charm and the feel of being literally surrounded by nature. Have a look at some of the best treehouses in England below.
Varies from month to month. 3/4 nights cost from £545 to £805. 7 nights cost from £790 to £1,150.
Rooms £325 - £575. Suites £610 - £1580
Whole Cottage = £238-407 for up to 3 nights and £310-£690 for a week, Indoor Camping = £66 for two sharing, Furnished bell tent = £110 - £130 Unfurnished bell tent = £50
£430 - £540 for 2 nights.
From £150 per night
£108/night for 7 nights to £154/night for 2 nights; includes all bedding, towels, gas, electricity, firewood.
Cleveley Mere Boutique Lodges
These five state-of-the-art retreats are all set on the edge of a vast lake within a glorious 34 acre nature reserve. You could choose to stay in the UK’s first ‘Huf House’ holiday let, as featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs, which sleeps up to six people and comes with its own private boat. Or perhaps the Lakeside Tree House might tempt you, with its sunset deck, rope bridge and private harbour. Whichever lodge you choose, you’ll be supplied with everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors, like free bikes, binoculars, wellies, and that all important picnic stuffed with delicious local produce.