Undercastle Cottage, New Forest, Hampshire
Wild ponies and deer shall be your neighbours on this distant, dog-friendly two-bedroom New Forest thatched cottage with wooden burner, hidden on the backside of a woodland monitor. Two extra company can keep within the Fishing Lodge throughout the terrace, with rolling gardens overlooking the River Avon, house to otters. Near the village of Fordingbridge, stroll or cycle into the magical New Forest straight from the entrance door.
One-week keep from £1,570 in off-season; undercastlecottage.co.uk; thenewforest.co.uk
The Templar Treehouse, Pembrokeshire
Hidden within the woods alongside an outdated water mill valley, that is undoubtedly one which the youngsters will love. The country treehouse has leather-based armchairs, a wooden burner, underfloor heating and a twisting slide to get you again to the recent tub on floor stage. A part of Melin Mabes, this fantasy, four-acre glamping park can also be house to an vintage Gypsy caravan referred to as Mabel, full with runaway horse, and a UFO pod that lights up at evening.
Sleeps 4, two nights in November price £436; hipcamp.com
Backyard Cottage, Wootton, Derbyshire/Staffordshire border
Nestled in Staffordshire’s distant Dove Valley, 10 minutes from the Peak District, this former pump home is now a quintessentially English three-bedroom cottage on the Wootton Corridor Property on the borders of Derbyshire and Staffordshire. A hidden gate leads from the cottage backyard into Wootton Corridor’s romantic Woodland Gardens, a 12-acre ericaceous arboretum that proprietor Johnny Greenall has been creatively restoring since 1998. Rousseau spent a 12 months writing the Confessions within the unique 18th-century Wootton Corridor; there’s a footbridge named in his honour, regardless of him being an irascible home visitor. The gorgeous gardens possess a fairytale, otherworldly tranquillity, mixing indigenous oak and ash with extra unique planting – Vietnamese wingnuts and a uncommon Wollemi pine or dinosaur tree that dates to prehistoric instances. It’s closed to the general public, however diners on the distinctive Duncombe Arms gastropub and boutique inn can acquire entry for a fiver.
Backyard Cottage sleeps six, minimal three-night keep, from £725; duncombearms.co.uk
Hudnalls Hideout, St Briavels Widespread, Gloucestershire
Splash out on this quietly luxurious A-frame treehouse with floating fuel fireplace inside and an enormous deck with out of doors copper bathtub tub and firepit. The treehouse is tucked away in badger-living woodland close to St Briavels Widespread. Close by, a wildflower meadow results in the Offa’s Dyke path and River Wye. In-tree leisure is offered by a chicken feeder hanging at eye stage reverse the king-size mattress on the mezzanine, reached by way of a spiral staircase. Binoculars for birdwatching and a telescope for star-gazing are offered, as is a welcome hamper of native merchandise.
Keep from £450 per evening, minimal two nights; hudnallshideout.co.uk
The Treehouses at Lanrick, Perthshire
5 family-friendly eco-treehouses on the banks of the River Teith mix into the non-public woodland of Lanrick Property, an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh and located on the sting of the Trossachs nationwide park. Watch crimson kites and ospreys out of your out of doors bathtub on the deck or cosy up inside with a wood-burning range.
Treehouses sleep two adults and two youngsters (on couch mattress), two nights from £320; lanricktreehouses.co.uk
The Bothy, Knepp Fortress Property, Horsham, West Sussex
This bothy, a former three-cow dairy, sits in historic woodland within the rewilded park surrounding Knepp Fortress. Sleeping two, the country cabin features a small residing space with massive country-house type, together with vintage dressers, four-poster mattress and wooden burner. The cedarwood partitions had been planked from 300-year-old bushes that didn’t survive the 1987 storm. Owls and stags will maintain you firm, and a community of walks by means of the three,500-acre Knepp property presents 5 tree-viewing platforms.
Minimal one-week keep, £140 per evening; knepp.co.uk
The Forest Facet Lodge, Grasmere, Cumbria
A secluded 20-bedroom Victorian Gothic mansion, the elegant Forest Facet Lodge simply exterior Grasmere within the Lake District sits in 43 acres of woodland above Alcock Tarn. Dwelling to roe deer and crimson squirrels, foxgloves and wooden sorrel develop on its fellside and you’ll see bushes by means of each window and even on the chicken wallpaper within the bar of this award-winning, Michelin-starred arboreal retreat.
B&B from £199 per evening; theforestside.com
Woodland tipis and yurts, Hereford
Eleven acres of historic woodland and a grassland valley are house to 3 yurts and two tipis on this car-free campsite with full services close to the Forest of Dean and the Malvern Hills. Hunker down with sheepskin rugs and a wooden burner, or toast marshmallows by the campfire, or if you’re feeling extra energetic you possibly can tire your self and the youngsters out on rope ladders and swinging ropes.
Tipis and yurts vary in dimension, sleeping between two and 6 folks, from £125 per evening; hipcamp.com
White Willow, Delamere Forest, Frodsham, Cheshire
White Willow Premium treehouses supply on-grid creature comforts in two- and three-bedroom luxurious cabins with log burners. Ground-to-ceiling home windows open on to decks with scorching tub, pizza oven, fridge and barbecue. Every well-equipped and trendy cabin has wifi and a totally built-in kitchen, and is immersed within the largest space of woodland within the UK, so you might be completely unaware of the opposite 66 cabins on the camp, set over 2,400 acres on the Cheshire Plain. Get pleasure from walks or e-bike jaunts (accessible to rent) round Outdated Pale Hill, a 6.5-mile round path, or to Black Lake quaking bathroom.
4-night midweek keep, from £615 for a two-bedroom White Willow Premium cabin; forestholidays.co.uk
Log Jam, Little Menherion, Redruth, Cornwall
A author’s retreat full with typewriter inside and cabinets of books for inspiration, this atmospheric log cabin for 2 is ready in 12 acres of fledgling woodland close to Redruth in West Cornwall. Inside you will see a toasty wooden burner, leather-based couch and kingsize mattress, whereas on the deck exterior there’s a hearth pit, swing-chair and hammock. Wrap your self in a blanket and sit exterior and pay attention for plentiful owls, cuckoos and woodpeckers.
Sleeps two, minimal three-night keep, from £135 per evening; hipcamp.com