13 Amazing Treehouse Holidays With a Hot Tub in the UK [2021]


Ever wanted to fulfil that crazy childhood dream of staying in a treehouse? Well now, thanks to the ever-growing world of glamping, you can! Whether you prefer your treehouses a little more rustic, or perhaps more luxurious like a five-star hotel in the trees, here are 13 amazing UK treehouse holidays, all complete with their very own private hot tub. Just promise me you’ll take me with you, yeah?

1. The Woodman’s Treehouse

Holditch, Dorset


Price per night: £495 for 2 people

The Woodman’s Treehouse is, in my humble opinion, the UK’s coolest treehouse.

Set high up in the branches of a veteran oak, this treehouse marries only the finest adult luxuries with a world of childhood curiosity.

Escape into this enchanted Dorset woodland and you’ll discover a world beyond your wildest imaginations! Even from the comfort of your own bed, you can look above at the impressive oak canopy that makes itself known through the ceiling window.

I don’t know where to start with this place. So I’ll just list all the features it boasts: a slide, rope bridge, hammock, outdoor shower, hot tub and sauna, a free-standing copper bath, a wood-fired pizza oven and BBQ, and a rotating fireplace. Not too shabby, huh?

It’s safe to say you could stay here for a week and not get bored, getting lost in all the treehouse’s nooks and crannies.

2. Oaklands Treehouse

Welshpool, Powys


Price per night: From £198 for 2 people

This treehouse may look like it belongs on the beach but you will actually find Oaklands Treehouse hidden away in the heart of Mid Wales.

High up in the trees, lovingly made with couples in mind, this treehouse really is the perfect “get away from it all” retreat.

The luxuriously modern interiors make you feel like you are staying in a five-star hotel rather than a treehouse. This place is alllll about providing the best of both worlds!

Outdoors you will feel completely immersed in nature as a huge oak tree is incorporated into the decking balcony area.

So sit back in the wood-fired hot tub with a glass of bubbly in hand and feel any worries melt away from you.

If it gets chilly outdoors in the colder months, don’t fear because you will soon discover an extra area with an outdoor wood burner. Perfect for that not-so-perfect Welsh weather!

3. Bredon Hill Treehouses

Little Comberton, Worcestershire

Price per night: From £245 for 4 people

Perhaps I’m biased because these treehouses are just on my doorstep in Worcestershire but Bredon Hill Treehouses boasts the most unreal views across the English countryside.

From a complimentary chilled bottle of champagne on arrival to a hamper of fresh local goods, Bredon Hill goes above and beyond to make your stay spectacular.  

Whether you take to the king-size, fur strewn bed or the private hot tub first is up to you! Either way, a stay at Bredon Hill Treehouses means guaranteed bliss.

Ever-so-romantic, both treehouses come equipped with a wood burner ready laid and a basket of wood.

If you begin to get itchy feet, jump onboard the pair of shopper type bikes readily available with the treehouse and head into the countrysides or to the nearest country pub.

4. Copse Camp

Denbighshire, Wales


Price per night: From £125 for 5 people

If you like your treehouses a little more rustic, Copse Camp is the place for you. Copse Camp most resembles the real-life treehouses you dreamt up as a little’un! 

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Reminisce on your days of adolescence as you embark across the rope bridge into your very own treehouse.

Tucked away in the treetops of an off-grid forest in North Wales, this treehouse provides the perfect opportunity to unwind in the heart of real nature.

While Copse Camp may lack the luxuries of some other treehouses on this list, you will still benefit from soft white bed linen, fluffy towels, a compost loo, hot water plumbing, and solar chargers.

And least of all not forgetting that very much sought-after hot tub!

If you’re looking to up your glamping game, this treehouse also comes with a re-purposed gypsy caravan, which doubles up as a games room or extra bedroom. 

5. Wolf Wood Treehouses

Okehampton, Devon


Price per night: From £180 for 2 adults and 2 children

With three treehouses to choose from, you are spoilt for choice at Wolf Wood Treehouses.

The excitement begins before you even enter the treehouses, as you venture across the rope-bridges, high amongst the tree canopy.

However, the rope bridges aren’t the only things adding to that much-loved treehouse feel! You’ve also got the wood-lined floor, walls, and decking to thank for that.

The treehouses are all stocked with board games, books, and music galore meaning you can easily spend the weekend not leaving the comfort of your own tree!

And when you are also blessed with a large outdoor hot tub, what more could you really ask for?

Oh, you want some amazing views too? Don’t worry, Wolf Wood has got you covered! 

Located in the heart of beautiful, rugged Dartmoor, these treehouses boast unparalleled views across the hills and tors of the national park.

6. Netherby Treehouse

Nertherby Estate, Cumbria 


Price per night: From £165 for 4 people

The rustic treehouse hideaway at Netherby Estate was made with R&R in mind.

Set in the most tranquil setting in the midst of miles of rolling countryside, you can hear the trickling tunes of the Border Esk river from the elevated walkway of your treehouse.

Sheep freely roam the parkland, while the woodland trails bustle with roe deer and birdlife. Talk about being immersed in nature, huh?

While your first instinct may be to jump into the wood-fired hot tub (and who could blame you?), take a second to crack into the hamper of local, seasonal produce that welcomes you to your home away from home.

Whether you decide to throw on your walking boots or simply relax, you will love your time at Netherby.

7. Squirrel’s Nest Treehouses

Llandrindod Wells, Powys


Price per night: £495 for 2 people

Set within 900 acres of hillside, Squirrel’s Nest Treehouses are a breath of fresh air.

There are two treehouses to choose from, Cadwollen’s and Trawscwm, both of which are spaces of unique shape and style.

Whether you soak in the freestanding bath or outdoor hot tub first, relaxation will be your #1 priority here.

Squirrel’s Nest aid this by providing you with tea, coffee, cake, and a bottle of wine on arrival.

Combining the fun of camping with the luxury of a modern hotel, each treehouse comes complete with a 43inch TV.

And if hot tubs aren’t your thing (big up Maeve Wiley), you can still relax under the night skies on one of two hammocks.

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Top tip: if you are feeling a little more adventurous, head out to the nearby Elan Valley for gorgeous views and great hiking and biking trails.

8. Lavender Hill Holidays Treehouses

Taunton, Somerset 


Price per night: From £215 for 6 people

Oh, just LOOK at how dreamy these treehouses are! Lavender Hills Holidays‘ treehouses are far less glamping than they are luxurious five-star holiday homes.

From fluffy towels and Egyptian cotton linen to Wi-Fi and a smart TV, both treehouses are filled with every home comfort imaginable.

Both also come complete with well-fenced decking areas with outdoor seating and a BBQ.

Not only do you have access to your own private hot tub on the decking, but guests also have use of a 38 ft by 18 ft indoor heated pool. Great for water babies and fitness fanatics alike!

Afterwards, you can tuck into the delicious selection of local produce that comes with each treehouse.

You can even order specially made breakfast boxes and BBQ boxes to your treehouse! Who can say no to that?

9. Sunridge Treehouse

South Hams, Devon


Price per night: From £300 for 6 people

Set in the picturesque surroundings of two acres of woodland with a large private fishing lake, Sunridge Treehouse should be at the top of your UK treehouse bucket list.

Believe me, this luxury, cedar-cladded, quarry stone treehouse will have you weak at the knees!

Perfect for all-year-round holidays, Sunridge comes complete with underfloor heating, a vintage log burner and an outdoor hot tub.

In the winter, snuggle up inside in the Ultra HD 4K 3D home cinema and games room which will keep young ones entertained for hours.

In the summer, head to the high deck overlooking the trees and lake for alfresco dining, thanks to the gas-fired Weber BBQ.

Gaze out at the dappled light from the trees and soak up that warm summer sun. I mean, it is Devon, after all…

10. Chewton Glen Treehouses

New Forest, Hampshire


Price per night: £850 for 2 people

If you are looking for ultimate indulgence, you are sure to find it at Chewton Glen.

A far more upmarket treehouse for those looking to treat themselves ‘Parks and Rec’ style, you are sure to remember your stay here for a lifetime.

Suspended 35 feet above the ground, the romantic selection of treehouses range all the way from a ‘Studio Suite’ to ‘The Yews’, the largest and most secluded treehouse.

The treehouses vary drastically in times of size, accommodating anywhere from two to twelve people.

However, all boast a large outside terrace with comfy seating and day beds, an outdoor hot tub, a king-size bed, wood burner and log storage, under-floor heating, a marble bathroom with a large free-standing bath with forest views, flat-screen TV, and a breakfast hamper delivered daily.

You can even hire your own private chef for lunch and dinner! Bon appetit.

11. Will’s Tree House

Upper Tysoe, Warwickshire


Price per night: From £215 for 4 people

A treehouse that would look more at home in the States than the UK, Will’s Tree House will instantly transport you far away.

Floating on four sycamore and ash trees with three of them poking through the outside deck and one growing through the kitchen, this is what you call a real treehouse.

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Before you even step foot into the treehouse, you’re welcomed by an extremely well-equipped part-covered deck area.

We’re talking hot tub, charcoal pizza oven, gas BBQ, hanging chairs, giant beanbag, hammock, dining area and wooden ergonomic sun loungers.

Beyond the treehouse, you will discover a children’s paradise, complete with a pirate ship, lookout tower, climbing frame for toddlers and ground-level trampoline.

For the adults, the treehouse enjoys idyllic views onto fields of open countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Nature lovers will marvel at the variety of local wildlife, from birds and butterflies to leaping spring lambs!

12. Woodside Bay Treehouse

Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight


Price per night: From £125 for 2 people

If you are looking for a quirky treehouse holiday with a hot tub in the Isle of Wight, look no further than Woodside Bay Treehouse.

Situated on the North Coast of the Island, this treehouse features a spacious studio-style open plan living area, complete with log burner and intimate dining area.

Use these to enjoy romantic evenings in front of the fire or the state of the art Smart TV. Whatever floats your boat.

On the decking, you will find a hot tub, perfect for evenings spent soaking up the bubbles under the stars. But the fun doesn’t stop at the treehouse alone!

At Woodside Bay, you can also make the most of the on-site spa lodge, which offers a wide range of spa treatments. Oh, and the on-site Bistro and bar area too.

13. Wolds Edge Treehouse

Bishop Wilton, Yorkshire


Price per night: From £275 for 2 people

Last but by no means least, we have the recently opened Wolds Edge Treehouse.

Ideal for a romantic getaway for two, this treehouse was made with honeymoons, anniversaries and weekend escapes in mind.

The gorgeously decorated open plan living space is furnished with a kingsize bed, ensuite, a fully-equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV, and a log effect fire to cosy up in front of.

If you want to make your stay with that special someone even more exceptional, Wolds Edge offers some romantic extra.

Whether it’s rose petals on the bed and candles around the hot tub or an English breakfast basket for your first morning, your other half is sure to appreciate the extra touches.

Oh, and don’t forget to relax in the outdoor hot tub on your own elevated private decking area. It offers great views of the surrounding countryside!


So which of these UK treehouse holidays with a hot tub would you most like to stay at? I know that I’d more than happily stay at any of them. Sign me up pal!

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  1. Reply

    These look amazing! I have always wanted to stay in one, definitely on my list for 2020.

    1. Reply

      Don’t they just? I couldn’t recommend it more!

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