Built in the British countryside, the treehouses at Brook House Tree Cabins are the perfect combination of rustic design and interior luxury. The whole site and business is a family undertaking, and it is the lifelong passions of the team that have inspired this woodland wonderland incorporating glamping, woodwork, yoga, and ales. Anyone can agree that with these ingredients, a unique and memorable holiday is guaranteed!
Brook House Tree Cabins has two excellent treehouses for guests to choose from, named Venn and Walden. Each one is nestled amongst the trees in an old woodland overlooking the Frome valley and on to the Malverns, which gives guests a totally secluded private escape amongst the Oaks and Ash. Each house boasts an impressive verandah to emphasize the best feature of the location, which is undoubtedly the view. The biggest stress that any resident here will experience is the pull between whether to retreat indoors to enjoy the rustic luxury, or step outdoors and embrace the seclusion of the forest. This is a fine dilemma to have.
Each house at Brook House Tree Cabins has a roll-top veranda bath, indoor bathroom, kitchen, fridge, and fluffy feather bed with Egyptian cotton linen. Heating happens with a log-burning stove, and the verandah has a smoker and bbq for guests to enjoy. The kitchens have all mods and cons needed, including tea and coffee. However, why go through the fuss of cooking when this resort offers room service? Guests can also indulge in a massage, relax with a yoga class, sound baths, or be a little more active with a woodworking course.
All the wood used in the construction of the treehouses at Brook House Tree Cabins was locally grown and sustainably sourced. They are insulated with sheep’s wool and powered by solar, creating a carbon-positive and eco-conscious space. Rates start at €350 and there is a two-night minimum stay.