Searching for the best treehouses in the Cotswolds that you can stay in?
Well, look no further because this post has rounded up the 6 best treehouses in the Cotswolds for you to check out and pick your favourite.
Treehouses are amazing to stay in regardless of where they are but there’s something about the Cotswolds that makes them even better.
(It’s probably the amazing scenery, let’s be honest!)
So from treehouses with hot tubs to treehouses with amazing views, here are the 6 best treehouses in the Cotswolds that you need to stay in.
Price per night: From £245 for 4 people
Location: Pershore, Worcestershire
Say hello to one of my favourite places to go glamping in Worcestershire!
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.
However, 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.
What guests say: “We had the most relaxing weekend. The treehouse is stunning, attention to detail is fantastic, and it really was the most comfortable chilled out weekend we’ve ever had. The manor house grounds are beautiful and it’s really hard to want to leave your bed in the morning or the hot tub later on with the views that you have.“
Price per night: From £395 for 2 people or £475 for 2 adults and 2 children
If you’re looking for luxury, luxury is exactly what you’ll find in The Fish Hotel Treehouses.
I mean, when you’re paying £395 a night, it better be something special, right?
Well, luckily for you, The Fish Hotel knows how to deliver when it comes to treehouses.
Completely luxurious and wonderful in every way, these treehouses are best saved for a honeymoon, anniversary or a very special family getaway.
Expect spacious living areas, underfloor heating, a Nespresso machine, mini bar, two heated outdoor baths, and so much more…
Kids will love the rope bridges leading to the treehouses and you’ll love the luxury of it all.
What guests say: “Treehouse Ivy was luxurious, spacious and fun, close enough to the hotel that we didn’t have far to walk for dinner, but so secluded we slept like logs and didn’t hear another soul. The deck is much bigger than it looks in the photos, so my husband and I could sit out for a drink while the kids watched a movie, splashed around in the outdoor baths or conked out after a fun day at one of the nearby attractions.”
Price per night: From £220 for 2 people
Location: Finstock, nr Charlbury
Opening very shortly in Easter 2022, TreeDwellers Treehouses are hugely anticipated in the local area – and for good reason!
Launching not one, not two, but seven eco treehouses, TreeDwellers is set to take the Cotswolds by storm.
These unique curved tunnel-shaped treehouses are very rare, making them all the more special.
Five of the treehouses sleep two people, and two sleep four people, meaning couples, friends and families all get to be a part of the fun!
And luckily for you, the beauty of these treehouses extends far past their exteriors.
Inside you’ll discover luxurious interiors filled with super comfy double beds, roll top baths, and so much more!
Price per night: From £215 for 4 people
Location: Upper Tysoe, Warwickshire
A treehouse that would look more at home in the States than the UK, Will’s Tree House will instantly transport you far away.
(And I can totally attest to that since I’ve stayed there myself!)
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.
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.
One of the best treehouse holidays with a hot tub in the UK? I think so.
What guests say: “We had a fabulous short stay at Wills Tree House. Top-quality amenities and beautiful surroundings. Really wish we had booked for a longer stay so we will be back. Particularly loved the play area within the trees for my 7-year-old and the hot tub!”
Price per night: From £175 for 2 people
Location: Kingscote, nr Uley
There are so many reasons why Kingscote Barn Treehouse is one of my absolute favourite treehouses in the Cotswolds.
Firstly, it’s ridiculously unique with its floor-to-ceiling windows allowing you to soak up the spectacular views over the valley.
As such, you really feel a part of nature – well, except that you have lots of luxuries to remind you that you’re staying in a fancy pants treehouse.
I mean, who could say no to soaking in that white roll-top bath with those views?
This might just be my idea of heaven!
Alongside the incredible views and bathtub, the treehouse also houses a cosy king-size bed, a rainfall shower, His and Hers sinks and bathrobes, a Smart TV, a Nespresso coffee machine, and all sorts of other luxuries.
And to make your stay even more special, you can pay £10 per person for a rustic breakfast hamper.
Full of locally sourced ingredients, it’s sure to kick off your morning in style.
Price per night: From £150 for 2 people
Location: Norton St Philip, nr Bath
This recommendation is a little cheeky as it’s situated one village out of the Cotswolds but come on guys, it’s only one village!
Plus, once you see inside, you’ll quickly understand why I chose to include it.
Old Mill Treehouse feels more akin to a luxury hotel room in the skies than a shabby treehouse.
The treehouse comprises a double bedroom with a TV and a luxurious en-suite bathroom.
Inside you’ll find all the comforts of home, and outside you’ll discover all the charms of nature.
And luckily for you, the outside space is well-equipped for you to enjoy it at its best.
Alongside plenty of space to roam, you also get an alfresco dining area, two separate comfy seats, a hammock, fire pit, and so much more.
Dibs on the hammock!
What guests say: “The Old Mill Treehouse has hands down got to be the most tranquil and peaceful place I’ve ever stayed. The fairy lights, candles and the fire make it more intimate and warm. The tree house was very clean, very nicely presented and had the perfect little touches including board games, little soaps and toiletries etc. I can hands down say it is the best place I’ve stayed.”
So there you have it: the 6 best treehouses in the Cotswolds that you absolutely have to stay in!
It’s safe to say that there are an impressive number of treehouses in the Cotswolds, and each is as beautiful as the last.
All that’s left to do now is pick your favourite and book in!