Where can I stay in a Treehouse in North East England?

A stay in a treehouse has to be on most people's bucket list and over the past few years, a few options have popped up across North East England. I have popped the options I have found into this post if you are looking for inspiration for your next North East break with a twist. Let me know if you know of any others and I will add them to this post. 

Wild Northumbrian, Kielder

Where can I stay in a Treehouse in North East England?
Houlet Treehouse at Wild Northumbrian - Credit Wild Northumbrian

Wild Northumbrian is a small glamping site near Kielder. Their bespoke 'Houlet' Treehouse sleeps up to six and offers a private stargazing platform, ground level fire pit, seating area and hammock and is available for the bargain price of just £150 per night. Discounts are available for single parents. Find out more and book here.   

Hesleyside Huts, Bellingham

Skylark Treehouse at Hesleyside Huts - Credit Hesleyside Huts

The lovely folk at Hesleyside Huts have added this wonderful treehouse to their site near Bellingham/Kielder. This treehouse sleeps 4 with two bedrooms and a magical outdoor bathroom. Bookings will open and more information will be released February 2021. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for details. 

We stayed with Hesleyside Huts in another of their cabins in 2018 and really did have the best time. You can read our full review and see photos here. 

Visit the Hesleyside Huts website to find out more and book. 

Woodland Chase Glamping, Morpeth 

Woodland Chase Treehouse with Hot Tub - Credit Woodland Chase 

Woodland Chase near Morpeth offers a luxury treehouse with a wood-fired hot tub. Expect lots of luxury touches including Bose surround sound, under-floor heating, White Company toiletries and a luxury hamper on arrival including everything from Prosecco to the ingredients to make S'mores. 

The Treehouse sleeps up to two and is available from £200 per night. 

Find out more and book here. 

Sky Den at Calvert Trust, Kielder 

The Sky Den at Calvert Trust. Credit - The Sky Den

The Sky Den at Calvert Trust is a unique treehouse with a roof that opens out and allows guest to make the most of the region's dark skies. Sleeping up to 4, the treehouse features on Channel 4's Amazing Spaces a few years ago. Prices start from £180 per night and there are plenty of activities on-site including a swimming pool (read about our stay at Calvert Trust and see photos here). Pets are welcome for an additional fee. 

Find out more and book online here. 

Ramside Hall Treehouses, Durham 

Treehouse at Ramside Hall - Credit | Ramside Hall

The luxury treehouses at Ramside can sleep up to 12 adults with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. They can be hired as a single unit or split into smaller suites. The flexible space can even host weddings. Each treehouse comes with it's own hot tub and lots of luxury touches including a copper freestanding bath tub, wrap around balcony, Sky Sports and spa access. Prices are available from £350 per night. 

Find out more and book here. 

The Treehouse, Beacon Hill Farm (Northumberland) 

Credit : Beacon Hill Farm

The Treehouse at Beacon Hill Farm in Northumberland is a brand new addition to the farm for Spring 2021. The property sleeps 2 and features electronic curtains which can be opened from your King Size Bed to enjoy views that go on for miles. Sounds lush! There is a spa on site here and lots of walks/things to do in the area too. Find out more and book here. 

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1 comment

  1. These really are something different especially the one at Calvert Trust. The roof opening is something special. x


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