The best holiday treehouses in the UK

August 3, 2015

There’s something magical about treehouses – whatever your age. These arboreal boltholes will appeal to growns-ups who want to get close to nature without forgoing creature comforts

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Earlier this year we tipped Brockloch Treehouse among the best new places to stay in Europe in 2015. It has been six months since the snug modernist masterpiece opened and it’s already become a popular spot for couples looking for an architecturally fascinating nesting place. It’s the second place Brockloch has commissioned from designer Sam Booth, and although there weren’t any plans to expand beyond two units, the owners admit they’re already tempted to see what Booth can come up with next. The off-grid treehouse is designed for people to unwind: there’s no TV or Wi-Fi; small windows cut into the walls allow residents to peep out at the forest around them.
Sleeps two from £150 a night (minimum two nights stay), brockloch.co.uk

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