The idea behind building the world’s first treehouse would have been to safeguard the family from wild animals and flooding waters. With time though, treehouses have become more of a cult. They are secluded and fun to build and stay in. This brings us to a treehouse perched in the wilds of Devon County in England.
Famous for its spectacular coastline and beautiful beaches, Devonshire is a county in southwest England that you’d love to visit. The stunning and surreal location has a beautiful treehouse dubbed Yeworthy, which is an eco-retreat for nature lovers. The completely off-grid treehouse is so calm and secluded that you’d love to visit the place time and again.
Completely off-grid in nature, the treehouse is hidden among a treetop above Devon lake offering great views of the location. The owners would drive you to the location in a jeep which you or any other visitor get to keep throughout the stay.
The sun-dappled balcony of the house is lake-facing where one can easily spot different types of birds. In case, you are also up for an adventure, there is a boat available to guide you through the lake. Though, swimming is not permitted in the lake.
The treehouse features one spacious room with a double bed surrounded by classy furniture items to add a vintage vibe to the room. Noticeably, the treehouse has no electricity but features a glowing wood burner to keep visitors cozy and warm throughout their stay. In addition, there is a gas stove for the guest to cook their own food.
Catering to the hygiene requirement, a sawdust toilet is provided a few meters from the treehouse. Don’t expect a television, Wi-Fi, or any other modern-day facilities from the host since the treehouse is built to connect you with nature and disconnect you from your regular life schedule. The treehouse can be rented on Airbnb for $231 a night. More good news, you can also get your furry friends along as pets are gladly welcomed on the property.
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