Bagthorpe Tree House
A luxurious tree-Bed&Breakfast inspired to an African hut, situated beneath a great Holm oak near Norfolk coast in England.
This is the explanation that you an find in Canopy and star website about this treehouse: “Gina & Tid loved safaris in Africa, and were captivated by the idea of staying outdoors, in comfort, but in the midst of nature… The tranquillity and beauty of their estate near Burnham Market in Norfolk made it ideally suited to the creation of Bagthorpe Treehouse. It’s just a short stroll through the grounds of Bagthorpe Hall, Gina & Tid’s country house B&B, and the spot has been carefully chosen, under a Holm oak in a small copse. With a king-size four-poster and a huge copper bathtub, it makes a luxurious romantic retreat for two – but the two single bunks mean children (over 8 only) can enjoy it too. The style is both swish and relaxed, with a verandah outside for surveying the wildlife.
Gina will be happy to show you walks in the surrounding parkland with its many ancient trees. In spring she’ll show off the snowdrops; in May, bluebells. In the local area, spot seals on the coast, visit the gardens at Sandringham or Houghton Hall, watch the fishing boats land at quaint Wells-next-the-sea or just enjoy the peace and quiet of your ‘Norfolk safari’!”. Canopy and stars
People can reach the house by a wooden stairs. Two trees mark the entrance and give you the welcome to the house, then a wooden bridge bring you to a terrace and to the main entrance. Inside you can find all the comfort, also a stove for the cold days. Moreover a big terrace is fitted with a table and chairs for relaxing and chilling among the nature.
For further information and to book a some days in this wonderful treehouse, check on Canopy and stars
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