One of the most underrated parts of the region, the Yorkshire Wolds is home to spectacular countryside made up of green and yellow meadows as far as the eye can see. But on top of that, it’s close by to a number of incredible destinations, with York, Filey and the entire Yorkshire coast right on its doorstep. The Wolds Edge Treehouse is the perfect stay for a couple looking for something a little different.
Bring the outside in with this beautiful stay. The stylish sliding doors and floor to ceiling windows make you feel like you are at one with nature. Head out onto the raised terrace and enjoy a private hot tub with a glass of fizz and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature in a relaxing atmosphere.
Get cosy in the open plan living place, which sleeps two, with the flat-screen TV at the foot of your bed. You can snuggle up in bed or get the log burner on and chill out on the stylish sofa.
The stay sits blissfully within its natural surroundings, amplifying by the sound of birds tweeting, the fresh countryside air and a sense of tranquillity not easily found elsewhere. Entering via a private spiral staircase adds to the adventure, the treehouse is positioned on top of a raised deck, which acts as a wrap-around terrace for guests to dine al fresco or take in the panoramic views while knocking back their morning brew.
Want to start the day right? You can enjoy the optional extra of an English breakfast basket for your first morning in the treehouse -perfection. Make yourself a mug of coffee and enjoy a brisk start to the morning this autumn.
If you fancy staying local, you can enjoy all that the Yorkshire Wolds in East Yorkshire has to offer. The rolling chalk hills make for a fantastic walk, and there are plenty of pubs nearby to enjoy a well-earned pint after a jaunt in the countryside. You can either take in the part of the Yorkshire Wolds Way which is an 80-mile walk through the amazing Wolds of Yorkshire.
Nearby, nature fans can take advantage of a number of stunning walking routes, with Minster Way right on the treehouse’s doorstep and the famous 79-mile Yorkshire Wolds walk nearby. The route highlights a number of the region’s best-kept secrets, including Millington, Huggate, Deepdale, Wharram Percy and Filey.
Or, head out on the Chalk Way, which is Britain’s most northerly chalk outcrop, while also visiting some of the Wolds Way villages Great Givendale, Thixendale, Fimber, Wetwang and Huggate (which does a lovely roast at the local pub there.)
Despite its rural location, guests can take advantage of pubs and shops nearby, which can be found in the village of Bishop Wilton, which in itself is a quaint place for a little stroll while on the hunt for a cold pint.
To maximise the stay, the team at Wolds Edge Treehouse also offer a number of luxury extras, including an English breakfast basket which is delivered in the mornings, rose petals and candles around the bed, and fresh locally grown flowers.
The stay is £225-285 per night and has a minimum two night stay. Find out more and book your stay here.
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