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Treehouse Lodge with Forest Holidays

Treehouse Lodge with Forest Holidays

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We recently had a Monday to Friday getaway to a tree house lodge with Forest Holidays. Ever the intrepid explorers we ventured all the way to Thorpe Forest, which is a grand total of 40 minutes from our house! We thought about going to one of their other locations around the UK but to be honest when you’re in a bloody forest you could be anywhere and unless they could guarantee that Robin Hood was going to pop up at the Sherwood Forest location then I wasn’t fussed about going. There are however 9 locations in total around the UK if you feel like it could be a holiday choice for you.

We stayed at the Golden Oak treehouse that sleeps up to 10 people within its 5 bedrooms. We were holidaying with family so it was great to spread the cost of the stay between us. There are other accommodation options for smaller groups but it works out a lot more money per person. If you can scrabble together a group of you it makes it a cheaper holiday all together.

The main lodge has 4 bedrooms and nestled in the trees behind is the pièce de résistance…the treehouse.

Treehouse Lodge with Forest Holidays www.minitravellers.co.uk

Treehouse room

The treehouse room is accessed via the back porch area and over a low walkway bridge, which is illuminated by small LED lighting. It has its own bathroom and tea/coffee making facilities.

We decided not to stay in the tree house room in favour of the master bedroom in the main house. As we were travelling with our 1 year-old we didn’t feel comfortable with putting her to bed in a room which could be accessed separately from outside and then heading back into the house to crack open the gin. I actually also preferred the view from our master bedroom anyway. It had a floor to ceiling window, which looked out into the forest. We took it in turns to have a lay in and sit with a cuppa and watch the wildlife each morning.

To read more of this Guest Review please do head over to Beauty & The Mini Beasts and read her full review here

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Tania @ Larger Family Life

Friday 17th of February 2017

There is something about the thought of stayingin a treehouse that really does bring out the child in me! Something akin to pretending I'm one of the Famous Five, perhaps. Albeit a little older...

FrogMom

Thursday 2nd of February 2017

Very fun review! Quite agree on a forest being a forest. Still a shame that you couldn't ask for Robin Hood in person:) The bed looks very cool. I would down for a few days at this place with my girls.

Lisa Jackson

Wednesday 18th of January 2017

That look's really fun. My 6yo and my 17yo would love that. Might have to pay a visit to the website x

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