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Bensfield Treehouse: The One-Of-A-Kind B&B for Grown-Ups

4th July 2017

Looking to get closer to nature this summer? Why not spend a few nights sky high in the wonderful Bensfield Treehouse, situated near Wadhurst in East Sussex. 

Treehouse accommodation has seen a huge rise in popularity in recent years, as people seek more unique and adventurous experiences for their money, and the opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life in order to explore the UK’s beautiful countryside.

Bensfield Treehouse ticks all of these boxes whilst offering a stylish yet comfortable setting, whether you’re in search of a walking holiday, relaxing retreat or romantic getaway. 

Bensfield Treehouse

The treehouse

The adventure begins with a journey across the 24 metre long rope bridge to the magnificent oak tree around which Bensfield Treehouse is built.

The spacious interiors have been furnished beautifully, offering an inviting atmosphere that’s bright and airy in the day and warm and cosy at night. You’ll find a super kingsize bed, en suite and fully equipped kitchen, along with amenities such as WI-FI, television and central heating, ensuring your stay is a comfortable one. Also waiting for you will be a complementary hamper filled with all the ingredients for a delicious breakfast or brunch, including fresh apple juice, eggs, sausages and bacon (a vegetarian option is available).

Surrounding the house is an expansive private sundeck with tables and chairs, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The treehouse is situated in a picturesque yet secluded area of land, allowing you to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature in your own private treetop getaway.

Bensfield Treehouse interiors
Bensfield Treehouse dining table
Bensfield Treehouse bed
Bensfield Treehouse interiors terrace
Bensfield Treehouse view

Local highlights

Should you decide to venture out and about, there’s a lot to see and do in the surrounding area. Bensfield is set within 50 acres of beautiful woodland and pasture which are free for guests to explore, while a number of public footpaths are also within walking distance.

The beautiful historic towns of Wadhurst and Royal Tunbridge Wells are just a short car journey away and are home to a variety of pubs, restaurants, cafes and independent shops, all worthy of an afternoon’s wander. A number of National Trust properties are also close by, including Sissinghurst Castle, Wakehurst Place, Chartwell and Toys Hill, so you’ll never be short of sightseeing opportunities.

Information on local outdoor activities and places of interest can also be found in the treehouse itself.

Sissinghurst Castle

Sissinghurst Castle.

Tunbridge Wells

Tunbridge Wells.

Getting there

Bensfield is best reached by car and is just under two hours from London and an hour from Brighton. Click here for detailed directions.

How to book For bookings and rates, visit Bensfield’s partner site: 'Quality Unearthed' online at www.qualityunearthed.co.uk or over the phone on 01348 830922. 

www.bensfieldtreehouse.co.uk

 


Image credits: All images of Bensfield are courtesy of www.bensfieldtreehouse.co.uk; Tunbridge wells: 'Tunbridge Wells' by grassrootsgroundswell. Licensed under CC BY 2.0. Sissinghurst Castle: 'Sissinghurst Castle Entrance' by Tony Hisgett. Licensed under CC BY 2.0.

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