Netherby Treehouse

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  • #Hot Tub
  • #Treehouse
  • #Romantic
  • #Woodland
  • #Family
  • #Rural
  • #Walking
  • #Cycling

£200.00 up to £310.00 per night as of 01/02/2024

Cute as they come and with views out to the Scottish border, the Netherby Estate Treehouse is the place to be for a Cumbrian adventure. The River Esk is the soothing backdrop for this elevated luxury cabin that comes with its own hot tub and sits around seven miles from Gretna Green. The treehouse enjoys a secluded spot on the estate, with fields and parkland extending all around. You will immediately appreciate the tranquil atmosphere, with little more than the burble of the river and the baa of nearby sheep to trouble you. The open-plan interior packs in a wood-burner and a cosy corner to curl up with a book or enjoy a meal. A kitchen with modern oven, a sink and all the bits and pieces you will need makes it easy to prepare one, and there’s another space to sit down and dine out on the balcony. A welcome hamper ensures there will be something to get you started on arrival. Netherby Estate Treehouse makes clever use of its space to accommodate up to four guests. You have a double bed in the main living area, and a mezzanine level above has a further two single beds, ideal for children, accessed via a ladder. Everyone will be warm and comfy as the wood-burning stove does its business – and the bedding and soft furnishings are rather nice too. This is the perfect spot to put on your walking boots and head out to explore the Cumbrian countryside. You are likely to see plenty of deer before you even leave the estate. The border location gives you the chance to discover beautiful areas of two countries – you’re only 30 miles from Dumfries to the west, and delights of the Solway Coast are closer still. To the north-east, the expansive Kielder Forest will enchant lovers of the outdoor lifestyle, and you’re only 30 minutes from the North Pennines. The city of Carlisle, around 16 miles from the estate, has historic attractions including a medieval castle – and, of course, Hadrian’s Wall just a short distance away. Days out at Carlisle Racecourse or the Talkin Tarn Country Park (perfect for walking, cycling and water-sports), will provide plenty of holiday memories.

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