The Chewton Glen Captures Our Imagination With Luxury Treehouses


The five-star Chewton Glen hotel in Hampshire’s New Forest have created the treehouses of every child’s (or adult’s) imagination. The hotel, located in England, unveiled 12 treehouses secreted away in a wooded valley about 200-400 meters from the main hotel.

These “Grand Designs” pavilions float above the secluded Chewton Bunny Valley on stilts. Thanks to their perch amid the tree canopy, guests are afforded an incredible view of the valley from the suites’ floor-to-ceiling picture windows and wrap-around balconies. The treehouses were built to provide complete privacy, so guests can indulge in the privates spas equipping each unit. Award-winning interior designer Martin Hulbert was tapped to create a luxurious interior in harmony with the escapist setting, with fabrics and furnishings that incorporate the rich earthy colors of the surrounding forest.

The treehouses have already garnered the Chewton Glen hotel a number of awards, including the ‘Best Hotel Architecture UK‘ and the ‘Best New Small Hotel Construction & Design UK’ from the International Hotel Awards 2011. Truly the designers have left no detail untended; breakfast hampers are discretely delivered to guests each morning via a secret hatchway, while the wood burning stoves, state-of-the art communications and entertainment systems round out the amenities.

Prices for a stay in one of the treehouse suites begin at £600 per night. For more information, visit the Chewton Glen Hotel’s website.

Source; Chewton Glen Hotel.