Treehouses Norfolk: 6 Best Treehouse Stays in Norfolk [2024]


Looking to discover some of the best treehouses in Norfolk?

Well, you’ve come to the right place because this article is here to help you pick the perfect treehouse in Norfolk for you!

From romantic treehouses for two, all the way to huge treehouses for ten people, there’s something for everyone.

So whether you fancy staying in a treehouse with a hot tub or a treehouse with amazing views, here are the 6 dreamiest treehouse stays in Norfolk!

1. West Lexham Treehouses


Price per night: From £149 for 2 people or £208 for 6 people

Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk

Ever wanted to live out your childhood dream of sleeping in a treehouse?

Well, you’ll love West Lexham Treehouses in that case.

With five treehouses to choose from, ranging from romantic two-person getaways to larger six-sleeper treehouses, there’s something to suit everyone.

Each treehouse feels totally magical. The handcrafted furniture and unique charm of the treehouses really bring the fairytale to life.

However, my favourite thing about West Lexham is its commitment to sustainability!

From renewable energy to delicious drinking water drawn from their own chalk spring, this is a holiday made with eco-friendly travellers in mind.

What guests say: “The place is spectacular. A real treehouse with a living tree growing through the middle, but with a cooker and lighting and heating. So tastefully done and beautiful, that it takes your breath away. It was like a set from the Lord of the Rings films. It retained all the character and charm of the time it was built but with efficient and modern doors and windows. I also explored the rambling grounds and lake, which are English countryside at its best.”

2. Bagthorpe Treehouse


Price per night: From £225 for 2 people

Location: Bagthorpe, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

Where to start with Bagthorpe Treehouse?

Easily one of my favourite glamping holidays in Norfolk, the treehouse just oozes romance.

From the king-size four-poster bed to a huge copper bathtub, there are too many romantic touches to count.

Outside, you’ll find a huge verandah ideal for soaking up sunsets and surveying the wildlife.

There are even snowdrops in springtime and bluebells in May, transforming this already romantic haven into something even more special.

You’ve got to see it to believe it!

What guests say: “Superb stay at the treehouse. The bath was awesome and the towels were lovely and fluffy, super comfy beds and bedding. Everything was just perfect. The weather was very windy so we couldn’t do much after all, but it didn’t matter as we stayed in and played chess and scrabble and watched the deers, hares and squirrels as well as the stars. I would highly recommend this place.”

3. Panford Beck Treehouse


Price per night: From £190 for 2 people

Location: Dereham, Norfolk

Panford Beck Treehouse‘s woodland wood-fired hot tub is calling my name!

Set in a picturesque pocket of Norfolk woodland, this treehouse not only benefits from beautiful interiors but beautiful surroundings too.

In the day, you can soak up the fresh countryside air from the hammock or by the fire pit, and by night, you can get ready to relax inside in style.

With a king-size bed, sofa by the wood burner, a modern kitchen, a bathroom with a deep double-ended tub, and gorgeous robes and towels provided, you’re left wanting for absolutely nothing.

One of the best treehouse holidays with a hot tub in the UK? I think so!

What guests say: “It was amazing, we had the best weekend away and it couldn’t have been any more romantic or perfect. Would highly recommend anyone to stay here, there was just enough to do around us within a short drive from the treehouse but with it being located in such a tranquil peaceful area it was the best of both worlds. We didn’t want to leave.”

4. Toad Hall Treehouse


Price per night: From £355 for 6 people

Location: Grimston, King’s Lynn, Norfolk

Toad Hall is one of my favourite places to go glamping in Norfolk.

A woodland escape surrounded by unspoilt open views, this luxury treehouse is the ideal retreat for those wanting to stay in a treehouse with serious style.

The inside of the treehouse is so modern and well-equipped that you’ll be left wanting for absolutely nothing.

It really is a home away from home!

And to make things even better, the treehouse also benefits from a private sunken hot tub on the decking.

So sit back, watch the sunset on the west-facing terrace and wonder how your life got this good!

What guests say: “The most beautiful hidden gem amidst the woods. Quiet, tranquil and practically perfect for that all-important R&R! If you’re looking for a peaceful getaway to completely recharge this stunning venue is nothing short of 5stars. I couldn’t recommend it more highly!”

5. Golden Oak Treehouse


Price per night: From £510 for 10 people

Location: Shadwell, nr Thetford

Forest Holidays are known for delivering quality accommodation, and quality accommodation is exactly what you’ll get with Golden Oak Treehouse.

Sleeping up to ten guests beside the banks of the River Thet, this is one of the best treehouse stays in Norfolk for larger groups of people.

Whether it’s a family reunion or a hen do, the entertaining space in Golden Oak Treehouse is unbeatable – I especially can’t get enough of the private outdoor decking area!

The treehouse is filled with all sorts of luxuries, including a hot tub, underfloor heating, Nespresso coffee machine, Wi-Fi, TV, Bluetooth speaker, robes and slippers, and luxury toiletries.

You’ll even find a welcome hamper with local treats awaiting your arrival!

Does it get much better than this?

What guests say: “From the moment we walked through the door we knew that this was a class booking. The accommodation is second to none for self-catering. You’d be proud to own this for your home and then some. Surroundings in the forest are fantastic as is the wildlife. We had squirrels and monk jack deer coming up for feeding in the morning and evening.”

6. Whitlingham Broad Woodland Dens


Price per night: From £200 for 4 people

Location: Norwich

They may be last on this list but Whitlingham Broad Woodland Dens are some of my all-time favourite treehouses in Norfolk – not least because the views from their balconies are outstanding!

Favourably positioned on the side of a wooded valley, the views from the dens are something that you really need to experience for yourself.

However, there are other ways you can immerse yourself in nature here too.

Both Flint and Chalk come complete with a private woodland glade with a fire pit, BBQ, seating and hammocks, and further afield you’ll discover woodland, a lake and broads.

And luckily, the inside of both treehouses are just as well-equipped, with a double bed on the mezzanine floor, a comfortable pull-out sofa bed in the living area, a wood-burner, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a shower room.

What guests say: “Had a great few days, the site is immaculate and very well located in woods, beside a large lake and broads. We didn’t go in the car for days – everything you need is right here: hire bikes, paddle boarded and kayak nearby. The treehouse is fantastic – great views of woods to rear and site and lake to front balcony. Really well equipped and beautiful design. The kids LOVED the loft net canopy and had so much fun there.”

Quick Breakdown of the Best Treehouses in Norfolk

As you can see, there are so many amazing treehouses in Norfolk.

So much so that I’m sure you’re already struggling with which to choose!

That’s why I’ve done the legwork for you and shortlisted five of the best for you which will hopefully, narrow down your search.

My personal favourite treehouse in Norfolk: Panford Beck Treehouse

The cheapest treehouse in Norfolk: West Lexham Treehouses

Most luxurious treehouse in Norfolk: Golden Oak Treehouse

Most unique treehouse in Norfolk: Whitlingham Broad Woodland Dens

Best treehouse in Norfolk for couples: Bagthorpe Treehouse


So there you have it: the 6 best treehouse stays in Norfolk!

It’s safe to say you’ve got your work cut out for you picking your favourite but which of these treehouses in Norfolk do you think you’re going to book a stay at?

Please let me know in the comments below!

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