Tree house Holidays England UK
|Tree house holidays are fast catching up as favored places to spend quality time instead of the usual holiday resorts and hotels tourists are used to. Living life Tarzan style has become common among many families in England, who love to spend time living and sort of sleeping in the sky. It is the direct connection to nature that draws people to tree houses and they are built around tree trunks four to five meters above ground.
Large decked terrace
If you want to live in one of them, you have a wide array of options to choose from. There are several great options of tree house holidays in England and they can all be accessed by climbing a spiral staircase.
The roofs are thatched and usually there are two to three beds in the tree house. In front of the room, there is a large decked terrace from where you can take in the beauty of nature, watch birds and hear them chirp up close.
Tree house holidays can be absolutely relaxing and take all the stress and pressure from your daily lifestyle away in a flash. Watching the world from a lofty position can be a great way of spending your holiday.
Many tree house holidays are also equipped with tents pitched on the ground to enable you to come down to earth after spending some time gazing the sky. They also have sleeping facilities as well as cooking arrangements in them.
Frontier tents for barbecues
And the tree houses are not basic in amenities as they have foam mattresses, pillows and blankets for sleeping and at least two dry toilets. For making your holiday unique in experience, your best bet would be to stay at a mobile home for a couple of days and then hole up in the tree houses. The on-the-ground frontier tents as they are known usually have barbecue facilities with a 4 burner hob and freezer.
Most tree houses can sleep 5-6 people and the minimum age of a child to stay in them is two years.
You can either choose to stay a week or more depending on your love for nature and your passion for the extraordinary facilities that go along with them. Most of the equipment of the houses is made of wood and in keeping with the environmental ambience; there would be no water or supply of electricity.
Certain regulations and cautionary briefings are given in advance for people suffering from bad eyesight, vertigo, heart ailments and families with small children for their safety.