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If there’s one dream we all shared as children – it’s to have our very own treehouse. Move over Bart Simpson, here’s some dog friendly treehouse holidays that capture every essence of our childhood dreams.
These dog friendly treehouses have everything from wood-fired hot tubs with panoramic views to fully equipped kitchens stocked with champagne. That’s not forgetting the stacks of leaves and trails for your pooch to snuffle and play.
Grab the lead and escape into the trees with these phenomenal dog friendly treehouse cabins. We’ve rounded up 10 of our favourite but there’s plenty more dotted throughout our tail-wagging website.
Squirrelled in the Devonshire countryside, overlooking the private sun-dappled wooded valley you’ll find the beautiful Dittisham Hideaway. Here you can find a few dreamy treehouses, as well as an American Airstream and Shepherd’s Hut. Each treehouse sleeps 2 adults, 3 children and 2 dogs. There is an additional cost per dog: £50 per dog per stay.
Dogs can enjoy a welcome pack on arrival including a bed, bowls, treats, poo bags and a toy. There’s an enclosed patio or balcony so you can relax while your dog enjoys a sniff of woodland air. Click here for our full review of Dittisham Hideaway.
The location itself is a mile from the waters’ edge of the beautiful River Dart, sitting just outside the picturesque village of Dittisham. Just a 10-minute drive from the scenic port of Dartmouth and plenty of dog friendly adventures. Click here for dog friendly things to do in South Devon.
Forest Of Dean
Forest Holidays is always a firm favourite with 11 idyllic forest locations to choose from across the UK. We’re featuring the Forest of Dean, but they have dog friendly treehouses in all locations. Up to four dogs can stay for £15 per pooch, per night.
The cosy cabin has everything you need for the perfect dog friendly staycation, sleeping from 2-10 humans. Enjoy dramatic woodland views through the soaring windows, kick back and watch the telly or listen to the sound of birdsong carried on the breeze.
After a day of walking through the forest, you can both relax on the enclosed decking. Your dog keeping their eyes on the forest critters, while you can sink into the bubbling hot tub available with every treehouse.
Your dog will be given a top-dog welcome here. For instance, some of the Forest Rangers even have their own dogs at work with them. There’s plenty of space for your dog’s bed and favourite toys, and an abundance of walks. But what they’ll enjoy most of all is the gentle warmth of the underfloor heating.
The Old Mill Treehouse is a cosy dog friendly cabin on the edge of a sleepy little village in Bath called Norton St Philip. It can house two humans and one dog (£25 per stay).
It’s completely squirrelled amongst the trees, very quiet peaceful and serene. This wonderful place is surrounded by plenty of country walks for your dog to snuffle and play. Above all, if you’re looking for more dog friendly adventures, the city of Bath is just a 15 minutes drive away.
The cabin has plenty of luxuries, including a well-finished interior, a comfortable double bed and a wall-mounted TV. It has a fully functioning bathroom with a sink, shower and flushing toilet.
The kitchen has basic appliances (toaster, fridge, kettle, cooler) and is stocked with essentials bread, milk, preserves, drinks and yoghurts. In addition to this, the local dog friendly pub (The George Inn) is only a bone’s throw away for more tasty dishes.
Yeoworthy is a lovely two bedroom treehouse cabin in Beaworthy, in dog friendly destination – Devon. This property allows up for up to two guests and one pooch.
The Yeworthy Eco-Treehouse is an incredible off-grid retreat. Nestled in a secluded setting amongst the tree-tops above a lake, it’s the perfect hideaway for couples seeking a romantic escape.
This idyllic property is secluded amongst the tree-tops, above a lake. Inside guests enjoy a snuggly cabin complete with a sumptuous, luxurious double bed, basic kitchen, handcrafted furniture and a terrace with incredible views. Guests also have exclusive use of the summer house, as well as the rowing boat on the lake.
Unlike some of the luxury treehouses in our guide, this one is completely off-grid, meaning that fresh drinking water is provided from a bowser and cooking is on a gas camping stove (provided). It also has a composting sawdust toilet house which is located a few meters away amongst the trees and there are no showering or bathing facilities!
So if you’re up for being Bear Grylls for the weekend, ditching the technology and getting back to nature then this is the trip for you!
You will love the peace, quiet and tranquillity at this beautiful little treehouse in Kent. This idyllic cabin is perched between two tree trunks, surrounded by countryside views, overlooking a wildlife park.
This cabin is perfect for two humans and one pooch! The cabin furnishings include some hand-crafted touches to give a truly authentic experience. In addition to this, it is bursting with luxury including underfloor heating and a crackling wood burner. There’s all the mod-cons, including a dishwasher and the living area is has cosy leather sofas and a 70 inch surround sound home cinema system.
Beneath the leafy treehouse is a bubbling hot tub. Whatever the weather, relax in here and feel all the stresses of day-to-day life fade away.
Owners, Patrick and Madeleine, love sharing their slice of paradise with dog lovers and their furry friends. Kalmynsi means ‘Calm’ in Cornish, and this place has every essence of Kalmynsi oozing from brand to brand.
Lounging on the balcony, you’ll see plenty of rolling hills, pretty birdlife, and you may even spot woodland animals such as deer, badgers and hedgehogs. Inside a comfy double bed, modern kitchen and wet room all artfully incorporated into the curved space and finished to perfection.
Located in the Lizard peninsula is classic Cornwall, which provides some spectacular hiking and a range of dog friendly adventures.
Dogs welcome for £35.00 per pooch per stay.
This fairytale hide away in nestled between the trees in an enchanted forest on beautiful 21-acre private estate in Norfolk.
On-site you and your pooch can enjoy an abundance of walks, including wild swimming, and toasty campfires to relax and unwind. They also have a Japanese meditation garden on-site, where you can relax in the sounds of nature and wind chimes. In addition to this, the garden comes complete with a pagoda where you can overlook the water and reflect on the beauty of life.
This gorgeous woodland is home to 7 eco-friendly tree-houses, each with its own character, charm and bathroom. The site runs on sustainable values, packed with touches of luxury and complete with central heating and hot water powered by a renewable biomass boiler. They sleep between two to six humans and two dogs (£25 per pooch).
Whisk away to the Wiltshire countryside in King Arthur’s Willow Tree House. This place is perfect for kicking back with the pooch, soaking in the glorious panoramic views across the meadows.
This tail-wagging stay is perfect for up to six humans and one small dog (£25 per stay). The treehouse has three luxury bedrooms, a spacious living and dining room area, a big tree table, a comfy sofa and a warming stove. There’s also a whirlpool bath and rainfall shower for the ultimate relaxation.
Tucked away in the heart of Hay on Wye, these safari treehouse tents provide the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Each tent is perched among the trees, complete with a private deck and views of the River Wye and Brecon Beacons. Inside, these cosy cabins provide the rustic, eco-friendly practicalities of a campsite, with the super-comfy, stylish furnishings of a boutique hotel. The tents even come with en suite bathrooms, hot running water, a flushing loo, a power shower, and a basin.
The dog friendly tent is called the Holly. It allows up to two dogs and five humans. This tent is unique because it has a secure woodland space around it for your dog to enjoy the surroundings.
Entirely off-grid, the site makes use of Solar Energy and generators. It’s careful design means it minimise its impact on the environment in the surrounding woodland. This means you may be lucky enough to see some lovely wildlife during your stay, as an array of critters come passing by.
This gorgeous treehouse is located just a couple of miles from Ilfracombe on the North coast of Devon. It’s set in 12 acres of woodland with beautiful valley views, adding to a sense of peace and tranquility.
The cabin has a luxurious king-sized bed, roll-top bath, walk-in waterfall shower, fully equipped kitchen and main living area complete with a TV and selection of DVD’s and games.
Each terrace provides the most incredible views, complete with a wood-fired pizza oven and gas barbecue for alfresco dining. In addition, the treehouse is a bone’s throw away from a secluded dog friendly beach (Lee Bay) and the local pub where you can grab a pint and a home-cooked meal.
This cosy treehouse cabin is located in the heart of the Malverns in Brook House Woods between Hereford and Worcester. They love our furry friends and have had visitors in all shapes and sizes, cats, parakeets, horses and even a golden buzzard!
Each cabin is constructed using local wood and each kept warm with sheep wool insulation and a cosy log burner. Inside luxury features, including a roll-top bath on the veranda, and a sumptuous bed to sink into. The cabin is suitable for two humans and two dogs. You won’t need to go that far to find incredible walking routes along the Malvern Hills. There’s also a deserted lake called Bodenham Lake nearby should you fancy a dip together.
If you’re looking for a treehouse that’s less glamping and more of a five-star luxury hotel then we’ve saved the best till last. Meet the beautiful Chewton Glen hidden away in a secluded area of the New Forest.
The only dog friendly accommodation available in Chewton Glen is these beautiful treehouse suites, and in our opinion, they’re the creme-de-la-creme. This place is an absolute magnet for celebrities, and previous guests have included Kate Moss, Gwyneth Paltrow and YouTuber Zoella.
Each suite is located high above the trees. with surrounding views of the wooded valley, just a short stroll from the main hotel. Jam-packed with luxury, the suite contains a king-size bed, giant bath (with TV *swoon*), hot tub and wood burner. In addition to this, you can even get a breakfast hamper delivered straight to your door.
Up to two dogs are welcome to stay for £35 per dog, per day. Dogs also get a welcome pack of treats, a dog bed and a bowl. It should be noted, that dogs are not permitted in the main hotel and public areas. However there are plenty of dog walking and designated areas to explore together.
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