Starry sky, beautifully cladded cedar forest, a cozy place, owl hooting as their eyes flash in the night. Doesn’t it sounds like a fantasy place that many of us have dreamed about? Well, if you always wish to stay in a cozy little place, Lucinda’s Hoots Treehouse can make your wish come true.
Hoots treehouse sits in ancient Rother Valley, near M25, Sussex in England. The treehouse is designed and created by Blue Forest one of the world’s leading treehouse design company. It is totally made of wood with a huge glass door and castle-like windows, leading to a striking decked balcony. The structure of treehouse is amazing that gives you the opportunity to gaze wildlife from close proximity.
This treehouse can accommodate 2 adults, and features a 40″ TV and DVD player and a Bluetooth Bose speaker. It has an attractive locally hand-crafted king size bed that is near the window recess with pure white Egyptian cotton and super soft rugs. Not only this; if you have children above 6, they can comfortably sleep in the loft, which is accessible via ladder. The treehouse has a fully equipped kitchenette, gas hob, coffee maker, fridge, BBQ and beautiful pallet furniture on the balcony. The attached bathroom has a shower and heated towel rail. The best thing is that it runs on solar energy. When there is not enough sun to power the structure, it runs on a generator.
The Hoots Treehouse is connected with lots of signposted footpaths, and only a 5-minute walk takes you to Wadhurst Park. It is available for rent throughout the year, and the pricing per night starts from US$204. So, if you want a break from busy city life, Hoots Treehouse is a perfect getaway for spending quality time with family.