Little Oak Treehouse
4.3 miles E of Pulborough
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £175 per night
Treehouse in West Sussex: Nestled in an enchanted woodland glade, is where this magical retreat awaits. Let the tranquil idyl of the forest captivate you, as you sink into the earthy ambience this heavenly treehouse radiates.
This truly dreamy, dog friendly glamping abode is simply perfect for a unique staycation. Nestled high within the forest lies a completely peaceful paradise, waiting to welcome you with its calm and cosy aura. With views out towards the woodland and overlooking blissful green pastures, this bespoke hideaway is just the spot to let your mind, body and soul relax in nature for a little while. This hidden haven is no ordinary escape, it truly is one-of-a-kind.
Arriving at Little Oak Treehouse feels like a scene out of a fairy tale. You follow a winding bluebell-lined path through the forest to reach your hidden haven. The layout is truly unique. Downstairs you will find the open-air living and dining space, beautifully decorated in calming neutral tones. On cooler days, you can pull across the transparent canopy to keep the space nice and cosy. There’s even a little gas heater which is sure to keep you toasty. You will also find the bespoke kitchen that wraps around the tree trunk itself on the ground floor. The space is perfectly equipped for your stay in nature. There’s a gas hob, mini oven, fridge, kettle and wood-fired pizza oven that sits just out to the right of the kitchen.
To find the bedroom, climb the stairs. Step inside and sink into the luxurious aura this dreamy space radiates. There’s a warming wood-burner and underfloor heating to keep you cosy no matter the weather. You’ll also find two little armchairs and a sumptuous double bed adorned in luxury linens.
The compost toilet and hot shower are just a few footsteps away from the treehouse, gorgeously presented and just the spot for freshening up.
There are three stunning seating areas to enjoy outside. From the ground floor, climb the first couple of steps to find the perfect spot for enjoying your homemade wood-fired pizzas. The next level leads you to a sweet set of wicker chairs, idyllic for that evening sundowner. The last lot of steps take you to the bedroom where you’ll see the perfect bistro set for enjoying your morning coffee just to the left of the door. The fantastic wood-fired pizza oven also sits just outside the hideaway close to the kitchen. This unique feature makes romantic nights even more special; a little taste of Italy to enjoy during your stay in nature.
For outdoor lovers, the location of this heavenly treehouse is just idyllic. With an abundance of walking and cycling routes to explore right from your doorstep, you won’t know where to venture first. The South Downs Way, the Literacy Trail, Leith Hill, Chanctonbury Ring, the Downs Link, Pitch Hill and Crissbury Ring are all accessible. For botanical enthusiasts, why not take a trip to Parham House, St Mary’s House or Petworth House and explore the beautiful gardens? History enthusiasts will love the likes of Bramble and Arundel Castle, not to mention Amberley Museum.
Bolney Wine Estate is around a half-hour drive away. Why not make a day of it? Explore the vineyards followed by a wine-tasting experience in the glorious countryside setting. The owners of the treehouse are on hand to help with any foodie recommendations. There’s a whole array of cosy pubs, lovely cafes and a Michelin-star restaurant nearby.
If the ocean is calling, take a day trip to Brighton and have a walk along the pebbled shore. Discover the abundance of quirky independents, cafes, vibrant cocktail bars and delicious eateries within the city, not to mention the famous amusement pier. For long days lazing on the sand, head to Littlehampton Beach. East Littlehampton offers plenty of activities, whilst West Littlehampton provides a more laid-back vibe. With all of this to discover and so much more, you will simply never tire of exploring stunning West Sussex.
Outdoor kitchen/ sitting/ dining room With a gas hob, gas oven, fridge, kettle and wood-burner effect electric stove. There is also a wood-fired pizza oven just outside to the right of the kitchen.
Exterior shower, compost toilet and wash basin
Second-floor bedroom With double bed (4’6”) and wood-burner
There are two other hideaways onsite, Douglas Fir (5290) and Cala Lily (5289). Both are gorgeous shepherd’s huts tucked away in their own secluded areas. These hideaways are a great solution if you wish to get away with friends and family, but like to have your own private areas to enjoy.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £175 - £185 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
There is a charge of £38 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £45 is payable per booking.
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