Family Treehouse Experience

Family Treehouse Experience
Family Treehouse Experience
Family Treehouse Experience
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ICNTE
2 nights
Machynlleth, Powys
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£399
  • About

    Get away with a loved one on an unforgettable family adventure. Stay high up among the canopy of the trees in a beautifully designed treehouse, located on the edge of Snowdonia National Park - a great area in which to walk, mountain bike or kite surf. It includes a wood burning stove which heats the spring water shower, a large hotplate on which to cook food and utensils with which to cook. This new accommodation is a regular home from home with comfy beds and retro furniture.

    • A relaxing stay for the whole family
    • Enjoy this unique design in beautiful surroundings
    • Snug interior with wood burning stove and hot showers
    • Availability from November 2014. Booking for 2015 is available
  • Key Info

    Availability

    Book this break to start on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday throughout the year (excluding mid-December to mid-January). Allow at least three months booking notice and be aware that availability is from November 2014 (dates for 2015 are available).

    Participant Guidelines

    This experience is for two adults and two children (max age 15, max height 5'6''). At least one of the guests must be aged 18 or over. All children must be accompanied by their parents or legal guardians at all times. Dogs are not permitted.

    Weather

    The treehouses have been designed to be cosy and comfortable all year-round so guests are welcome whatever the weather.

    Duration

    This experience is for two nights, with arrival after 4pm on day one and departure before 11.30am on day three.

    Numbers On Day

    This experience is for a family of four. Each treehouse includes a luxurious double bed, and two comfy bunk-style beds.

    Spectators

    Exclusively for a family of four so no additional guests please.

    Dress Code

    Bring plenty of outdoors clothes and walking boots. Treehouse is in an unspoilt landscape, perfect for walking and exploring.

    Other Info

    The treehouse is self-catered, with an ensuite Swedish compost toilet, accessed over a rope bridge! There's no electricity, solar lanterns and wind-up lamps are provided. Linen is supplied, but please bring bath towels and toiletries.

  • Reviews

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    , 25 Jul 2014

    The tree house was bigger than anticipated with nice additional touches: hammocks, swing, log fire... all in scenic & rural surroundings. Our children loved the tree house and no doubt we will go again. The outdoor shower was novel but ok (especially with the great weather).

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    , 25 Jul 2014

    The tree house was bigger than anticipated with nice additional touches: hammocks, swing, log fire... all in scenic & rural surroundings. Our children loved the tree house and no doubt we will go again. The outdoor shower was novel but ok (especially with the great weather).

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    , 24 May 2014

    really comfy and kids had such freedom.

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    , 26 Jun 2013

    A very different holiday. Great if you want total seclusion and a back to nature break. The al fresco shower and the rope swing were great fun. The treehouse was beautifully designed, just remember not to take too much stuff as there is no storage space. Great for kids of all ages.

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    , 03 Jun 2013

    We had the best stay EVER in a totally amazing unique place and setting and wouldnt hesitate to return!!

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    , 27 May 2013

    Loved every minute. My two boys did not want to leave. Recommend this to all. Amazing experience. Well worth the 250 miles trip. Would even travel further for this experience

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    , 26 May 2013

    From start to finish it was a brilliant adventure. Chopping wood, lighting fires, climbing mountains, swinging from tree,all great fun. My children loved the outdoor shower and washing their hair whilst watching the young lambs leap about. Lots of family fun was had by all. Thank you!!

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    , 26 Apr 2013

    Absolutely fantastic short break. The whole experience, from start to finish will stay with me for ever. In fact I have got the bug and am certainly considering doing this again, but perhaps for a longer period.

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    , 05 Nov 2012

    What a wonderful place to stay. It was magical, highly recommend. For someone who doesn't like heights I had the most wonderful weekend I will not forget, ever. Would love to go back again one day.

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    , 16 Sep 2012

    Lovely and clean. Very liberating experience in lovely location.

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    , 17 Jun 2012

    The four of us had such a brilliant time during our treehouse experience. We were really pleased we kept it a surprise from the children as their faces were a picture when they first saw the treehouse! A brilliant weekend of laid back activity such as walking, playing Uno, reading, chopping wood, playing on the rope swing and trying to dam the stream! The outdoor shower is a must - a blissful experience we all hope to repeat! We will definitely return.

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    , 11 Jun 2012

    Great tree house - kids loved the outside compost toilet. They also loved showering where they could hear the sheep baaing and birds singing. Great hosts. Great weekend. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a weekend break with a difference. Weather not great. Scenery fantastic

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    , 03 Jun 2012

    What a wonderful experiance staying in a tree house for a week end with the family, surrounded by just forest, beautiful Welsh scenary and sheep! The tree house is creatively designed ensuring an eco balance is maintained. With a log burning stove and lamps there is ample warmth, hot water, light and a wonderful cosy feel. Our boys, 11 and 7 loved this tree house experiance discovering the fun of showering in the forest, walking, exploring,chopping wood and lighting the wood burning stove! I would recommend this to anyone who loves the outdoors, tranquility and wonderful walks and views.

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    , 28 May 2012

    No power, no mobile phone, no TV, sheep, squirells, the birds, sawying trees, the creaks of your treehouse shifting in the breeze and a babbling brook are all you have for company here! This is a truly relaxing experience increasing hard to find in our busy lives. Thoroughly reccomended for both young and old!

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    , 13 May 2012

    Booked this as a surprise for my 6 year old son's birthday - and what a surprise it was! Soft comfy beds, a roaring log fire and sheep all around. Basic enough to ensure you get some quality time together, but with enough little touches to ensure you have everything you *really* need. Son loved it - from sleeping in a bunkbed to swinging on the swing, to using the 'special toilet' (the things that amuse little kids!). We loved it too - mellow lighting, fabulous setting and the amazing shower...No phone signal, tv or internet has never felt so good.

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    , 12 Apr 2012

    A* location and facilities. Gives a family the chance to spend some quality time together in close surroundings and enjoy a simple, slower pace of life. Playing cards together by candle light, having breakfast on a throw away bbq and wandering the fields and river gave our children a real stimulating adventure away from our electrical/mechanical lifestyle and they did not want to leave and cant wait to return. Mark (one of the owners) is very friendly and most accomodating. The service he and his team are offering is brilliant. They are friendly and helpful and have produced a truly great short break in a perfect location.

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    , 02 Jun 2011

    The Treehouse experience is one of the best things that we have ever done. A cosy, well-built treetop hideaway with stunning views and beautiful surroundings. Our 2 daughters (10 and 8) were in their element and up to their knees in streams, mud (and sheep 'do'!). They were intrigued by the Swedish compost toilet and the outdoor shower, which was very effective. There are great walks to do most of which are easy for youngsters and the stunning beach at Aberdovey is only a short drive away. If there is a drawback it's the reason that Wales is so green. Rain! Make sure you take waterproofs and wellies (and flip-flops for that night-tme dash for the outside loo). A cool box for your food is also essential as there is gas for cooking, but no electricity. Highly recommended and we will definitely go back.

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