Since you’ve stumbled upon this article, I’d like to hazard a guess that you’re keen to stay in a treehouse, right?
Well, luckily for you, Northumberland is home to its fair share of treehouses, each as beautiful as the last.
But because they’re so great, it can be hard to narrow down which to book a stay at, which is why I’m here to do the hard work for you!
So from treehouses with hot tubs to treehouses with amazing views, here are 7 dreamy treehouses in Northumberland that you need to stay in!
Price per night: From £215 for 2 people
Location: Morpeth, Northumberland
If you want luxury, luxury is exactly what you’ll find at Beacon Hill Treehouse.
One of the best treehouses in Northumberland, Beacon Hill was made with honeymoons and special occasions in mind.
From the super king-size bed to the spacious living and kitchen area, the property is very well-appointed.
The large mirror glass windows allow light to flood into the property, while also allowing you to enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views.
Even better yet, there’s an on-site spa with a hot tub, swimming pool, gym, and a wide range of treatments here, so you’ll feel completely rejuvenated after your stay.
Take a look at more photos of the treehouse and try to resist booking a stay here!
I’m certain you won’t be able to.
What guests say: “Sitting in the beautiful 40-acre beech wood, the views are amazing and the design of the Treehouse makes the absolute best of them. The electric curtains in the bedroom are a great addition for enjoying the views and you can see the sea, as well as the beautiful countryside! We saw deer passing by early in the morning.”
Price per night: From £290 for 4 people
Location: Hesleyside, nr Bellingham
Skylark Treehouse is the stuff of childhood fantasy.
I mean, I’m pretty certain this is exactly what every kid conjured up in their brain when they thought of their dream treehouse!
But while this treehouse certainly caters to kids with its fairy-tale turret and treetop walkways, it definitely has adults in mind too.
With a king-size bed, fine Egyptian cotton bedding, outdoor copper bath, and even a dishwasher (talk about luxury!), you’ll be left wanting for absolutely nothing.
An additional mezzanine sleeping area with two small single beds means that the little ones can join you too.
But let’s be real, this treehouse has romance at its heart!
Price per night: From £194 for 2 people
Location: Felton, Northumberland
For one of my personal favourite treehouses in Northumberland, look no further than Woodland Chase’s Treehouse.
Climb the spiral staircase and pass the wood-fired hot tub to reach this magical home away from home.
Easily one of the most luxurious treehouse holidays with a hot tub in the UK, the treehouse houses everything from underfloor heating and a Bose speaker to electric Velux blinds and The White Company toiletries, towels and bathrobes.
Despite all this luxury, the treehouse still feels rustic and authentic.
Just the way we like it!
What guests say: “There’s nothing about this place I could fault. On entering the treehouse the first thing that hit me was the gorgeous smell from the diffusers, the house was lit with candles, tea lights creating a romantic setting. A beautiful hamper waiting for us with a bottle of prosecco as well as handmade chocs and a bouquet which Jill had sorted on my hubby’s behalf!”
4. Sky Den
Price per night: From £180 for 4 people
Location: Kielder Water & Forest Park, Hexham
Made famous by George’s Clarkes Amazing Spaces, the Sky Den is one hell of an amazing space.
George’s very own dream treehouse project is easily one of my favourite places to go glamping in Northumberland.
And I’m sure that after seeing the photo above, you can see why.
Delivering a whole new perspective on the great outdoors, the roof innovatively opens up to provide an unobstructed view of the Northumberland Dark Skies.
This might just be the ultimate stargazing spot!
What guests say: “Magical. We were celebrating a star gazing enthusiast’s 60th birthday and the Sky Den was perfect beyond words. She slept in the top part with the roof open all night and was literally in heaven! We loved the quirkiness of the self-assembly stools and fold-down tables and beds. It was an enchanting little house in the woods and I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people
Location: Greenhaugh, nr Bellingham
Less a treehouse and more of a yurt, Houlet the Treehouse Yurt is one of the most unique yurts I’ve ever laid my eyes upon!
From an elevated site in the canopy, you can enjoy a yurt experience like no other.
Ideal for those who want the treetop experience but want to get a little closer to nature, the yurt is pretty off-grid compared to the other treehouses on this list.
The hand-crafted bespoke yurt benefits from a ground-level fire pit, seating area and hammock, as well as a kitchen area and an outdoor gas shower.
This treehouse offers a stay you won’t forget anytime soon, that’s for sure!
What guests say: “We spent three nights in the Houlet Treehouse Yurt and it was an amazing experience. We were met with lovely homey decor and a warm yurt as the fire was already started for our arrival. The interior of the yurt was to an exceptional standard with a large natural wooden bed that was super comfortable.”
Price per night: From £350 for 4 people, £550 for 8 people and £850 for £12 people
Okay so Ramside Hall Treehouses isn’t technically in Northumberland but it’s too good not to include in this list!
It also might seem expensive but if you and eleven friends hire out the largest of the treehouses, it only comes to £70 per person a night.
Worth it for a luxury experience, I think!
For that price, you’ll get ridiculously luxurious interiors and beautiful surroundings too.
Expect master suites, hot tubs, copper baths, rainforest showers, and a large living space with fireplace and flatscreen TV – the whole shabang!
You can even elevate your stay that little bit further by being chauffeur-driven to and from their award-winning spa, enjoying a round of golf on one of their two beautiful golf courses, visiting one of their four on-site restaurants, or booking a private chef to cook for you in the treehouse.
It really doesn’t get much better than this.
What guests say: “This hotel was absolutely breathtaking. We stayed in the treehouse studio which came with its own hot tub and oh, my, god. It was simply divine – we were only there for a night but I could have stayed for 3 or 4! We had complimentary use of the spa – which was wonderful and the bed in our studio was massive and very comfortable!“
This one’s also a little cheeky as you can’t stay here but you can eat here so that’s totally second best, right?
Well, I think so – especially when it’s one of the most unique treehouses in Northumberland!
The largest wooden treehouse in the world, The Alnwick Garden is built around 16 mature lime trees, which grow through and into the building.
Keen to visit?
Well, the easiest way to do so is to dine there.
Cosy up by a roaring log fire surrounded by twinkling lights and get ready to tuck into their seasonal, local meals created by experienced chefs.
Talk about a magical event venue!
What guests say: “This place was a great surprise in as much as it was so much more than we expected. It’s very well laid out and a most enjoyable place to wander around and explore. The walled garden at the top of the cascade is a very tranquil place to visit, sit and enjoy. Don’t miss the treehouse just down from the gardens, worth a look or a coffee or a meal.
Quick Breakdown of the Best Treehouses in Northumberland
As you can see, there are so many amazing treehouses in Northumberland.
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 Northumberland: Skylark Treehouse
The cheapest treehouse in Northumberland: Houlet the Treehouse Yurt
Most luxurious treehouse in Northumberland: Ramside Hall Treehouses
Most unique treehouse in Northumberland: Sky Den
Best treehouse in Northumberland for couples: Woodland Chase Treehouse
So there you have it: 7 amazing treehouses in Northumberland that you need to stay in!
Northumberland may be home to only 7 treehouses (well, 5 if you discount me being cheeky) but what it lacks in quantity, it definitely makes up for in quality!
I mean, if anything, at least it makes your decision easier, right?
So which of these treehouses in Northumberland are you going to book a stay in?
Please let me know in the comments below!