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Best Family Staycations | Treehouse Stays

Imagine sleeping in the trees, under the stars and enjoying all the comforts of a home – we have uncovered the ultimate family staycation offering, treehouses. Treehouse rentals have become increasingly popular, particularly with the demand for a holiday within the UK. Promising adventure and quirky design, treehouses are undeniably exciting, especially for children.

Perfect for those seeking active and adventurous holidays that are off the beaten track, treehouse rentals offer all that you are looking for in a beautiful, unique setting. With families in mind, we have sourced our five favourite treehouses available to rent for a Great British holiday. From Yorkshire in the North of England to Somerset in the South West, we have it covered.

27 Jul 2021

1. The Treehouse, ​​​​​​​Halse, Somerset

Situated in the heart of a farm in the beautiful Somerset countryside, The Treehouse offers a unique staycation experience. With luxury finishes and plenty of terrace space, this treehouse rental boasts the perfect setting for family fun. Relax in the hot tub and watch the farm animals graze in the fields surrounding you or make the most of the access to an indoor pool. An eco-conscious guest’s dream, the owners here plant a tree for every booking.

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2. Orchard Treehouse, Little Comberton, Worcestershire

A quirky accommodation offering, Orchard Treehouse is wrapped around a Cypriot pine tree and boasts sweet reading nooks off the spiral staircase which can double up as extra beds – perfect for children. The bathtub is situated at the top of the treehouse with a picture window allowing you and your little ones to soak whilst you watch the sunset. The ideal spot for active families, there are miles of footpaths and cycling routes on the doorstep and a sweet village within easy reach.

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3. Bagthorpe Treehouse, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

A beautiful getaway for smaller families, Bagthorpe Treehouse is set up as a single space with cleverly concealed bunk beds. Situated close to the Norfolk coast, it is a popular staycation spot with plenty of outdoor activities to keep you entertained, whatever your age. This treehouse benefits from being nestled within the grounds of Bagthorpe Hall, a pretty bed and breakfast with stunning grounds, providing a wonderful outlook all year round.

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4. Rufus’ Roost, Husthwaite, North Yorkshire

Nestled within the forest of a beautiful estate hosting an impressive manor house and this whimsical property, Rufus’ Roost is accessed through the forest via a quaint wooden boardwalk, providing an exciting first impression of this holiday home. The quiet and peaceful location offers the perfect setting for relaxing in the hot tub or dining out on the terrace with far-reaching views of the surrounding Yorkshire Dales. This treehouse also has plenty of space for families with three separate bedrooms, including bunk beds.


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5. The Beehive Treehouse, Crediton, Devon

Designed with sustainability firmly in mind, The Beehive is an eco-home like no other. Built from locally sourced wood and powered using solar energy, this impressive treehouse is as planet-friendly as it is luxurious. There is a wood-fired hot tub on the terrace and an outdoor pizza oven. Gather around the fire pit to toast marshmallows, sip hot chocolate and enjoy the most atmospheric story-time you could imagine.

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