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Harptree Treehouse

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  • #Adults
  • #Romantic
  • #Quirky
  • #Treehouse

£265.00 to £432 per night as of 22/05/2023

ROMANTIC TREEHOUSE NEAR BATH - This sweet retreat for 2 is Harptree Treehouse, a gorgeous stay in the trees close to the vibrant and historic city of Bath. The treehouse is formed of cosy circles, once containing a delightful living area with a kitchenette and wood burner, the other, a sumptuous bed and beautiful copper bath tub for soaking in! Enjoy the sights and sounds of nature while relaxing on the wrap around deck, the perfect spot for morning coffee and evening drinks. Sleeps 2

The highlights

Romantic treehouse set amongst a tranquil wood on the outskirts of Bath, offering couples a peaceful getaway.

Climb up the steps, across the woodland walkway and leave the outside world behind you.

Enjoy cosy evenings snuggled up beside the log burner in the home’s lounge. Soak up the woodland ambience and spot some of the local wildlife from the balcony.

Round off your day in style by bathing in the luxurious copper bathtub. Ideally located for exploring the local countryside or visiting the vibrant city of Bath.

You should know

Not suitable for children or pets.

Guests are advised to bring suitable footwear (the track to the treehouse is not paved) and a torch.

BBQs or fires are not permitted anywhere on the estate.

There is limited phone signal and WiFi in the treehouse.

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