Amazing Breaks in a Treehouse in Northumberland – what better place to stay than a cabin high in the trees? It’s the stuff of childhood dreams! We have found several treehouses to recommend in Northumberland. While you are there, you could even check out the Treehouse Restaurant in Alnwick Gardens!
Have a look at our list of treehouses in Northumberland.
Old Felton Farm, NE65 9NT
Tucked away in beautiful woodland, located next to a family farm, The Treehouse at Woodland Chase offers a countryside escape like no other.
“Stroll up the short mossy path, climb the spiral staircase and pass the wood-fired hot tub to reach your home away from home. Pause for a moment to take it all in – remember, you’re on holiday. The Treehouse has been built sympathetically with the surrounding nature so that even once you’re inside, the flora and fauna aren’t far away. The unconventional tree-turned-coat rack, abundance of plants and soft lighting add to the character of this charming space.
The picturesque view from the decking stretches across farmland and towards the sea. Watch the sun set from loungers crafted from aged whiskey barrels or stargaze using the binoculars provided. Piles of games and books will fill rainy days – no matter the weather, the wood-fired hot tub is best enjoyed with a glass of (complimentary) fizz in hand. As well as a bottle of Prosecco, you will receive a hamper filled with a variety of delicious local produce, from farm fresh eggs to gourmet chocolate.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you should need, including six different loose leaf Bari Teas and ingredients for S’mores. Essentials such as milk, butter and oil are supplied.”
Kielder Forest Park, Calvert Trust Kielder NE48 1BS
The Sky Den is as as magical as it is unique.
“The Sky Den was built by William Hardie Designs and in an original move, this treehouse is composed of three different shapes that each blend together the best of outdoors and indoors, taking in everything from the red squirrels in the trees around you to the sweeping river just below. The square is the central point of the treehouse and your main living space, with glass doors opening onto a wide balcony with captivating views over the river. Inside, George has exploited his small spaces expertise to create an impressively versatile space, with a functional kitchen in a clutter-phobe’s paradise of fold-away furniture (including two single beds) and wet room accessible from the deck.
Then there’s the circle, a simple viewpoint of corrugated iron, where you can have a picnic and brew up a cuppa the old-fashioned way over the wood-burning stove. Finally, the triangle is the loft space of your already lofty suite, accessed by steps from the outside deck. In good weather, when there is no wind, it’s possible to open the whole roof for an unobstructed view of the gold tier Northumberland Dark Skies. It’s not just the structure that makes this place amazing. Set in the heart of Kielder Water & Forest Park and a short walk from the main activity centre, this will enchant wildlife lovers and adventure-seeking families alike; Calvert Kielder has 30 years of experience in providing unforgettable, accessible and fully inclusive activity holidays for people of all abilities.
As well as sharing the forest with around 50% of England’s native red squirrel population and two regular pairs of osprey, you’ve got water-sports, rope courses, climbing, orienteering and much more, literally on your doorstep. Book onto an activity day or discover England’s largest forest and its many woodland trails for yourself. The Sky Den is designed to enjoy nature and the elements. With its opening roof and an open-sided deck platform, as one would expect, at certain times of the year when Northumberland can get a bit chilly, it can be a bit more of an outdoors experience too! So remember to bring warm clothes and get involved in celebrating nature and outdoor living, year round in this truly incredible structure…”
Hesleyside Hall, Hexham NE48 2LA
The stunning Skylark Treehouse is something straight from a fairytale.
Always dreamt of sleeping in the trees? This is the UK’s most beautiful and ornate treehouse handcrafted by the World’s best treehouse masters. With its fairy-tale turret and treetop walkways, Skylark is definitely one of a kind.
It’s packed full of comfort and style and includes a King size bed fit for a Princess, a covered outdoor copper bath and a large outdoor deck for alfresco dining. This treehouse even boasts a dishwasher. If you are looking for something memorable and special you won’t be disappointed. Skylark is not suitable for children under the age of 5 years.
Houlet – The Treehouse Yurt
Thorneyburn, Tarset, Hexham, Northumberland NE48 1NA
A magical experience under the stars awaits you at Houlet, the Treehouse Yurt!
The stunning Houlet Yurt is a little different…. it lives in the trees! From an elevated site in the canopy, you can enjoy an experience like no other. This lofty accommodation offers an amazing experience for couples and families alike. All the same luxury and magic of the other yurts but in a really special location. Houlet Treehouse also has it’s own private stargazing platform – ideal for enjoying what the heavens have to offer! Houlet has a ground level fire pit and seating area and a hammock which hangs in the shade of the yurt, perfect for afternoon snoozing and book reading or for children to play.
The yurt has its own kitchen area with a running cold water sink (water can be heated on the stove for washing). A bench area is also provided for using the gas camping stove provided – a great outdoor space for preparing and cooking food and for doing the dishes – all situated underneath the treehouse and sheltered from the elements! Houlet also has an outdoor bush shower and exclusive access to a composting loo across the path. Guests at Houlet are also welcome to use the main kitchen hut on site which has further kitchen facilities such as fridges and points to charge mobile phones.