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Treehouses Wales: 14 Best Treehouse Holidays in Wales [2021]

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Are you looking for some of the best treehouses in Wales?

Yes? Well, you’ve come to the right place!

If you’ve been daydreaming about booking a treehouse holiday in Wales but just haven’t hit that ‘Book’ button quite yet, this article is here to persuade you to do so.

There are an amazing selection of treehouses in Wales to choose from, whether you’re planning a luxurious romantic getaway for two or a budget break for the whole family.

So from treehouses with hot tubs to treehouses with amazing views, here are the 14 best treehouse holidays in Wales!

1. Squirrel’s Nest Treehouses

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Price per night: From £495 for 2 people

Location: Llandrindod Wells, Powys

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.

Oh, and a 43 inch TV!

One of the best treehouses with a hot tub in Wales? I think so!

What guests say: “To say it was absolutely glorious just doesn’t do it justice. From the moment we turned up, we felt ‘at home’ (but in perfect luxury). We dived into the hot tub, I soaked in the enormous gold stand-alone bath, and then utterly relaxed in the best hammock in the world!”

2. Trewalter Treehouse

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Price per night: From £209 for 2 people

Location: Llangorse, nr Brecon

One of my favourite places to go glamping in South Wales, Trewalter Treehouse is nothing short of magical.

It’s seriously worth every single penny!

Inside it feels like a cross between a castle and a church, but with a fitted kitchen with a dishwasher, an extra-large walk-in shower, a SMART TV, Wi-Fi, and more.

The luxury even extends past the treehouse because outside you’ll also discover a wood-fired hot tub, two raised terraces, and a hanging bench which would make the perfect spot for your morning coffee.

Basically, this place is heaven on earth and if you can afford a stay here, please book it!

What guests say: “Trewalter Treehouse could not be more amazing. The treehouse itself is absolutely stunning. It really does need to be seen to be believed. The location is just beautiful. Nici and John were the perfect hosts. Extremely friendly and helpful and we just couldn’t have asked for anything more. The little treats around the place were so lovely to come across and there were just so many little touches.”

3. Oaklands Treehouse

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Price per night: From £198 for 2 people

Location: Welshpool, Powys

This treehouse may look like it belongs on the beach but you’ll 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’re staying in a five-star hotel rather than a treehouse.

However, step outside and you’ll feel completely immersed in nature as a huge oak tree is incorporated into the decking balcony area with a wood-fired hot tub.

This is easily one of the best treehouse stays in Wales.

What guests say: “Most beautiful place with stunning views. Little extras of the welcome basket and hot tub heated for arrival were both a nice touch. Also ordered a grazing box from locals Fig and Folk Graze and a cream tea from Berry and Stone. This will also be a lifetime memory for us, as my partner proposed on the balcony looking over the Welsh countryside.”

4. Cuckoo’s Hideaway Treehouse

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Price per night: From £225 for 2 people

Location: Llanon, Ceredigion

Cuckoo’s Hideaway Treehouse looks like it was plucked straight out of a forest in the States.

So if you want to feel like you’re abroad while you’re actually in little old Wales, look no further than one of the best treehouse holidays with a hot tub in the UK!

And if you thought the outside was special, just wait till you see inside…

Beautiful, calming interiors and floor to ceiling windows come together to create a holiday home so relaxing and at one with nature that it might just send you to sleep.

But in the best way possible, of course!

What guests say: “This was the perfect place to go and relax and retreat from the world! We particularly liked the board games and books left in the upstairs nook as we finished our own books halfway through the trip! We also really loved the touch of the welcome pack filled with local treats, the soap bars were lush!”

5. Living Room Treehouses

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Price per night: From £126 for 2 people

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Location: Machynlleth, Powys

I think the photo speaks for itself, but Living Room Treehouses is certainly home to some of the most magical treehouses in Wales.

If you’ve ever dreamt of sleeping high up in the treetops, this is exactly where you need to stay.

Nestled in a hidden valley, you’ll find six treehouses, each as unique as the trees in which they are built.

Blending seamlessly into the valley, they are worlds away from the stresses of modern life.

With no electricity in any of the treehouses, they light up at night with lanterns, tea lights and lamps, making for the most romantic, peaceful getaway.

But let’s be real, the real draw of these treehouses are the fast-flowing streams, wobbly bridges and breathtaking walks that are right on your doorstep.

What guests say: “No matter what I write in this review, it won’t do this place justice. It simply has to be experienced first hand. The attention to detail in every aspect of the experience emanated a 5-star hotel (if you could even think that possible from a self-reliance experience in a tree-house). Even finding the tree-houses hidden in the woods is a well thought through adventure. The tree-houses themselves are a masterpiece of sustainable engineering.” 

6. Beudy Banc Treehouse

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Price per night: From £105 for 2 people

Location: Machynlleth, Powys

Beudy Banc is easily one of my favourite places to go glamping in Snowdonia

Access the treehouse via a sturdy staircase, where you’ll be greeted by a stunning balcony and large feature windows which provide unique views of the surrounding oak tree and rolling hills beyond.

The spacious and modern main living area comes complete with a sofa, dining table and wood-burning stove to keep you cosy on those colder nights.

There’s also a simple kitchen, a separate bedroom with a double bed, and a compact bathroom with hot shower, basin and loo.

However, the best thing about this treehouse is just how off-grid it is.

There’s a USB charging socket and a solar system for lighting, but other than that you’re completely away from the modern world.

What guests say: “I was looking for somewhere to stay that was relaxed and rustic, that would afford us some time together where we could be undisturbed by the usual distractions in life. Beudy Banc Treehouse appealed to me on many levels with its design, layout and location. The fact that there was no Wi-Fi or TV sealed the deal for me. I immediately felt at home when we arrived.”

7. Wild Welsh Treehouses

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Price per night: From £140 for 2 people

Location: Talybont, Powys

If you’re looking for a romantic break for two where you can both switch off your phones and embrace nature (and each other!), then look no further than Wild Welsh Treehouses.

Relax and unwind in the treetops, in your beautiful eco off-grid retreat, filled with all sorts of luxurious home comforts.

The treehouse comprises a bespoke fully equipped kitchen, a king-sized bed dressed in 100% Egyptian cotton linen, an ensuite bathroom, a hot outdoor waterfall shower, and a BBQ and fire pit.

However, my personal favourite thing about the treehouse is how environmentally friendly it is!

All electricity is renewable and provided by solar panels, and the treehouse is constructed from locally sourced wood, insulated with sheep’s wool and clad inside and out with cedar.

And it does all of this in style – even better!

What guests say: “Wow – what an amazing place. The owners have thought of everything. The outdoor shower deserves a special mention. Miles and miles of beautiful surroundings. Highly recommended.”

8. Mistletoe Treehouse

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Price per night: From £140 for 2 people

Location: Tintern, Monmouthshire

Mistletoe Treehouse is oh-so-romantic but you’ve probably already grasped that from its name.

Its name also gives away something else: that although the treehouse is amazing all-year-round, it’s especially great in winter as it’s just so snug.

Inside you’ll discover the cosiest king-size bed, an ensuite bathroom, and a kitchen and living room that just screams comfort.

And luckily for you, the surroundings are just as lovely, which means you’ll soon find yourself hiking, biking, stargazing and more.

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Basically, this is one of the best treehouse stays in Wales to enjoy nature at its best!

What guests say: “What a magical place! We had a wonderful weekend, the location is gorgeous. From the lodge, there are no other man made things visible at all, just lots of trees, farmland, birds and sheep. The lodge itself was very well thought out, and was designed with lots of little touches to make it more homely and great attention to detail, without being over the top.”

9. Templar Treehouse

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Price per night: From £170 for 4 people

Location: Narberth, Pembrokeshire

Templar Treehouse is one of the best treehouse stays in the UK for families.

With a slide and a hot tub, this treehouse is sure to impress both the kids and adults alike.

However, the outdoor fun doesn’t stop there.

The treehouse is situated in its own private mill garden with a pond and rowing boat, a fire pit for cosy evenings toasting marshmallows, a kitchen area, and a swinging sofa and loungers for stargazing.

And inside, the story is much the same!

The interior is ridiculously cosy and well-designed, but my favourite thing about it has to be that everything was made from recycled and re-used treasures.

Enjoying one of the best treehouse stays in Wales while also doing your bit for the environment? Sign me up!

What guests say: “Made my dreams of living in the Swiss Family Robinson treehouse a reality! Had a wonderful time with my two kids (13 and 14) who spent hours on the rope swing and the boat. We were in awe of the various inventions in the treehouse and hideaways in the trees around the pond. Was so lovely to have our own gorgeous green space which was beautiful and natural. So close to the beach and shops but felt like you were out in the middle of a forest.”

10. Redwood Valley Treetop Cabin

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Price per night: From £120 for 3 people

Location: Presteigne, Powys

Redwood Valley Treetop Cabin wouldn’t look out of place in the States, but this is Wales, I assure you!

Nestled amongst the trees, the treetop cabin offers a private and secluded space in which to relax and enjoy the view across the valley to the redwood and the brook.

My personal favourite place from which to enjoy the view is the hammock but really, it’s all wonderful!

In fact, you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your cosy cabin to enjoy the panorama of the woodland canopy as the treehouse benefits from large windows.

Just get me by that wood-burning stove already!

What guests say: “The treetop cabin was an ideal location for our short break. Surrounded by trees with only the sound of the breeze blowing through the leaves, the birds and the brook flowing below, it was so relaxing. Sitting out on the balcony with a cuppa in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening was heavenly. The log burner was a welcome feature for the evenings that were a bit cooler and the bed is very comfortable.”

11. Copse Camp

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Price per night: From £125 for 3 people

Location: Faraway, Denbighshire

If you like your treehouses a little more rustic, then Copse Camp is one of the best treehouses with a hot tub in Wales for you.

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, this treehouse provides the perfect opportunity to unwind in the heart of nature.

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

And of course, a much sought-after hot tub!

What guests say: “AMAZING, everything you could have wanted was there without taking away the experience of outdoor living. Such a beautiful place, the views, the tranquillity, the sound of the bubbling stream and the crackling of the fire were just perfect to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.”

12. Florence Springs Treehouse

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Price per night: From £145 for 6 people

Location: Tenby

Another of these treehouse holidays in Wales that’s best suited for a family, Florence Springs Treehouse is the perfect base from which to explore Pembrokeshire.

Just a stone’s throw from Tenby, you’re certainly not limited on things to do here but actually, the treehouse is so wonderful that you probably won’t want to leave.

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With a wood-fired hot tub, slide, swing bench, a BBQ, fire pit and more outside, it really is an outdoor haven.

Inside, the treehouse is simple but well-equipped with everything you could need for a comfortable break.

What guests say: “Wow! What a treat. We absolutely loved it. It was so perfect even though on the Saturday was the worst weather ever! Didn’t stop raining and was very windy, yet we still had an amazing time. The rangers are fabulous, and so helpful. The treehouse itself was fabulous and the kids had a whale of a time playing around the outside of the treehouse, there’s just so much space for them to run around! They especially loved the slide fown from the balcony!”

13. Red Kite Tree Tents

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Price per night: From £105 for 2 people

Location: Newbridge on Wye, Powys

If you’re looking for one of the most unique treehouse holidays in Wales, then you’ve found it in Red Kite Tree Tents.

They’re not so much houses as they are tents (I mean, it’s in the name, isn’t it?) but they’re suspended in the trees, so I definitely think they deserve their place on this list of treehouses in Wales.

Featured on George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces, each remote tent is completely private with its own firepit, kitchen area, shower and toilet, as well as amazing hammocks and nets for you to lounge in.

The surroundings are seriously special so I’m sure you’ll want to spend all your time outside.

As you can expect, the tree tents themselves are simple, with a double bed, super comfortable mattress, and a cosy wood-burning stove.

This is escapism at its best – you won’t forget a stay here anytime soon!

What guests say: “We could have happily stayed for two years! The location is so remote and peaceful yet the owners have really thought of everything to keep you comfortable – without losing that wild nature feel. Add to that a babbling brook, roasted marshmallows in the firepit, a sky-high hammock for gazing at the trees and a total digital detox (no signal or electricity), we could not have been happier or more content.”

14. By the Wye Treetop Safari Tents

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Price per night: From £220 for 5 people

Location: Hay-on-Wye, Powys

Last but absolutely by no means least we have By the Wye Treetop Safari Tents.

Perched on the Welsh border, these safari tents benefit from some of the best views of any of these treehouses in Wales.

Each safari tent is elevated on stilts in clearings between the trees, overlooking the River Wye.

As such, my favourite thing about these safari tents is their seriously spacious covered terraces where you can just sit back and watch the world go by.

Step inside your tent and you’ll discover cosy beds, an en-suite bathroom, and a living room and kitchen area so comfortable and well-equipped that you’ll never want to leave.

What guests say: “It was amazing, we can’t thank them enough for their hospitality. The whole experience was brilliant. The safari tents have everything, from a hot shower and toilet to full kitchen. The attention to detail is top notch. There’s a fire pit/BBQ/pizza oven outside on the decking, perfect for a chilled evening by the fire.”

Quick Breakdown of the Best Treehouses in Wales

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

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 six of the best for you which will hopefully, narrow down your search.

My personal favourite treehouse in Wales: Trewalter Treehouse

The cheapest treehouse in Wales: Beudy Banc Treehouse and Red Kite Tree Tents

Most luxurious treehouse in Wales: Squirrel’s Nest Treehouses

Most unique treehouse in Wales: Living Room Treehouses

Best treehouse in Wales for couples: Oaklands Treehouse

Best treehouse in Wales for large groups: Florence Springs Treehouse

So that concludes this article of the best treehouses in Wales!

I hope you’ve found a treehouse that you’re absolutely dying to book a stay at.

You’ve got a great selection of treehouse stays in Wales to choose from so you’re guaranteed a great staycation no matter where you end up going.

But tell me: which of these treehouse holidays in Wales has most caught your eye?

Please let me know in the comments below!

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