UK's first treehouse hotel to open in the Cotswolds in 2024

In a getaway unlike any other, seven stunning treehouses submerged within 1,700 acres of ancient woodland, will be unveiled in the Cotswolds in March 2024.

By Emma Luther  |  Published

Combining the privacy of self-catering accommodation with a luxury concierge team, TreeDwellers, the UK’s first treehouse specialist, is launching its first base in the Cotswolds in March 2024.

Seven unique properties, encased in timber and glass to emulate nature's curves, are being built within 1,700 acres of ancient woodland in Cornbury Park.

And there are a whole host of hidden surprises within the trees to soothe the spirit and inspire guests' creativity including the UK’s first forest megaphone.

Hidden among the trees, guests will be able to lie back cocooned in the nine-metre wooden structure, the largest in the world, while listening to the sounds and vibrations of the forest amplified around them.

Each treehouse features a kitchen, living space with wood burning stove and one or two ensuite bedrooms, as well as an outdoor shower on the private terrace to deliver a peaceful perspective of the forest floor three meters below.

There's also a tablet to connect to the concierge team, who'll introduce guests to the local area, book private yoga classes, schedule in-room wellness treatments, recommend walking and cycling routes and advise on the best dining spots to explore.

An onsite shop will also be stocked with daily essentials as well as locally sourced beer, wine and treats. There'll also be a yoga platform for guests to use and a pagoda for woodland weddings, too.

The brainchild of alternative accommodation guru and festival founder Tim Rees, TreeDwellers aims to elevate the senses and encourage guests to move from the beta brainwaves of the high alert to the alpha brainwaves of the calm and restful.

Rees, said: 'I am over the moon to introduce TreeDwellers to the UK. It’s been a long journey to bring this vision into a reality and I am thrilled to welcome guests into this extraordinary space.

'The woodland has long been a sanctuary for me and I am confident our guests will leave feeling relaxed, restored and inspired.'

Prices start from £210 per treehouse per night for a minimum two-night stay.

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