5 Terrific Treehouse Holidays That Make For The Perfect Yorkshire Adventure

5 Terrific Treehouse Holidays That Make For The Perfect Yorkshire Adventure

Holidaying in Yorkshire can be a pretty magical affair these days. We’re talking glamorous yurts, cosy cabins and even woodland lodges nestled in the trees.

Which is what we’re here to admire today. Hiding within stunning nature landscapes across our region, these gorgeous treehouses provide the perfect tranquil retreat – with just the sound of the birds tweeting to keep you company and stretches of Yorkshire countryside as far as the eye can see. Here’s our pick of some of the best.

1. Dale Farm

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Nestling under the trees of a rural landscape in Hunmanby, Dale Farm’s idyllic treehouse is a fantastic escape situated close by to Filey, providing the best of both worlds.

By day, potter around the beach and the lovely coastal town, before retreating to the treehouse’s deck where you can kick back with a glass of vino while looking out onto the view. Bliss. Dogs are welcome, too, so no need to leave them at home. Find out more.

2. Forest Holidays – Keldy

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A hidden retreat just a short drive away from one of Yorkshire’s favourite staycation destinations, Pickering, the Forest Holidays retreat in Keldy Castle is home to a tranquil treehouse – which is kitted out with everything you need to make the perfect British getaway.

Think decking overlooking the treetops complete with an outdoor seating area, BBQ and hot tub, alongside the convenience of Pickering, the North York Moors Railway and Levisham close by. Book here.

3. Wolds Edge

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Wolds Edge is a true, East Yorkshire hidden gem – hiding within a perfectly preened landscape somewhere between Pocklington, York and Huggate.

The luxury treehouse features its own winding staircase up to the cabin, where guests are greeted with a wrap-around deck complete with a hot tub and seats with a view. Inside, the plush decor provides luxury by the bag-load, including a warm and cosy fireplace that’s just screaming to be curled up in front of. Find out more.

4. Rufus’s Roost

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Rufus’s Roost is by far one of Yorkshire’s most beloved, quirky staycations – which is why you’ll likely need to book far in advance to bag a stay here.

Sitting on the outskirts of York, the epic treetop accommodation sleeps up to six people, and includes a log-fired pizza oven, hot tub, secret dens, a secret slide and beautiful, rustic decor that blends into the trees. Perfect if you just want a slice of tranquility and a place to read a book in peace. Book here.

5. Center Parcs Sherwood Forest

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Now, I know, this isn’t exactly Yorkshire – but it’s so close, I had to shout about it, particularly since it’s fantastic for families.

Found at Center Parcs’ Sherwood Forest site, these beautiful treehouses can be found in the heart of the forest, completely surrounded by tall, leafy trees. Complete with games rooms, hot tubs, Sky TV, BBQs and a private deck – you’d hardly need to leave at all. Although, you’d probably want to, given the amount of fun activities Center Parcs has to offer. Find out more.

[Featured image: Wolds Edge]

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