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In these treehouses in the Dyfi Biosphere, climb from woodland floor to tree canopy via a sweeping spiral staircase. Inside, the Hobbit-esque tree houses are neatly divided into living and sleeping quarters with portholes and wood-burning stoves.

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Rooms: 5 treehouses, each has 2 bedrooms, sleeps four

From £379

Meals: Self-catering
Open: All year round
Address: Dyfi Biosphere Treehouse Living Room, Machynlleth, Powys, ,
Tel: 01650 511900

Why we've chosen The Living Room Treehouse

Be carried – from the woodland floor to the tree canopy – via a sweeping spiral staircase: an architectural wonder in wood. Stripped branches are knotted together to create wonderfully wonky fences, their knobbly imperfections contrasting beautifully against the sleek, modern pods. Inside, the Hobbit-esque tree houses are neatly divided into living and sleeping quarters with portholes and glass doors, wood-burners for cosy evenings, and Scandinavian-inspired beds and chairs. 

There are five Treehouses, each as unique as the trees in which they are built. They are nestled in a hidden valley, in the heart of the Welsh mountains ... close to the sea and to the end of the hippy trail.  Built with care, to blend seamlessly with the beautiful woodlands - a world away from the pressures of modern life and complete with cosy wood-burning stoves, flickering candles, fast flowing streams, wobbly bridges, whirling red kites, breathtaking walks and a gorgeous tree-top home ...

Each treehouses feature a luxurious double bed and fold down bunk beds - offering comfortable accommodation for two adults and two children (an extra child can often be accomodated on a day bed if required) and is cosy and highly insulated.  Lovely to live in all year round, each treehouse has a woodburning stove which heats the treehouse beautifully; it also heats the water that falls from the spring water shower. There is a kitchen - with everything you need to rustle up a tree-top banquet and an ensuite Swedish compost toilet, high in the treetops and with no electricity at Treehouse; you will light your way with lanterns, tea lights and lamps, for an air of romance and peace.

Top eco features at Dify Biosphere Treehouse

  • Off grid - no mains power

  • Wood-burning stove for heating and cooking



Dyfi Biosphere Treehouse Living Room, Powys, Wales
Nearest train station: Machynlleth
via Birmingham

Directions from station:

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Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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