Treedwellers Treehouses England
At the eastern edge of the Cotswolds, a half-ring of russet emerges from the forest of pines and beeches. This is Camellia, one of TreeDwellers’ treehouses: a tubular, avant-garde accommodation suspended over fern-studded fields just north of Oxford. Built for couples and small families, the cylindrical lodges are a mix of rustic charm, Scandinavian-style elegance and modern whimsy. Open plan and full of light, they immerse guests in nature, with floor-to-ceiling windows that frame the quiet, private woodlands. You can while away hours spotting deer from the deck or admire them in decadence from the bubbles of the freestanding bathtub. Beneath the bedrooms and book nooks there are plenty of wild pathways to wander, but TreeDwellers is also perfectly placed for going further afield and exploring the rambling rural beauty of the Cotswolds, perhaps with a visit to picturesque Burford, Woodstock’s stately Georgian streets or the splendours of nearby Blenheim Palace. For lunch, tuck into seasonal organic fare at The Wild Rabbit, a Michelin-recommended restaurant in neighbouring Kingham, or check out the local Finstock Ale festival if you visit at the beginning of September. Back at base, rustle up dinner in the comfort of the cabin and cosy up to the log burner at the treehouse’s heart.