Our 'Property of the Week' Hoots-the ultimate in luxurious treehouse holidays -

our ‘property of the week’ hoots-the ultimate in luxurious treehouse holidays


Hoots is a perfect woodland hideaway tucked in at the end of an atmospheric tree lined boardwalk amongst an ancient weald with nothing but the rustle of leaves, bird song and squeals of excitement to listen too.

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Hoots Treehouse

You and your family or friends can be at one with nature whilst enjoying all the modern comforts of home; wifi, a log burning stove, radiators, solar powered lighting, flushing toilet, hot shower and fluffy towels. The kitchenette is well equipped too. There is even a sophisticated Tassimo coffee maker. Enjoy your first cup of the day sitting on the balcony planning where to visit and what to do. Children will absolutely love their own crog loft bedroom reached via a ladder and a hatch and there are comfy king sized beds for the grown ups.

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Hoots – the ultimate in luxurious treehouse holidays

Hoots really is the ultimate in luxury treehouse holidays.

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Scotney Castle

Wadhurst Deer Parkland is 5 minutes walk away where you can discover meandering footpaths through glorious countryside, fine gardens, lakes, ponds, waterfalls and picturesque 14th century Scotney Castle. Enjoy a carnival of colourful azalias, hydrangias, kalmias and rhododendrons in late spring, early summer followed by a profusion of perfumed roses and ethereal wisteria then a rich tapestry of trees and ferns in autumn.

You will be spoiled for choice when looking for places to eat. There is a wealth of local restaurants and gastro pubs to choose from. Try the George Inn in Robertsfield, The Curlew in Bodiam or The Warren in Tunbridge Wells and at least 20 more within a 20 mile radius.

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Family fishing

There are opportunities nearby for walking, cycling, photography, wine tasting, shooting, crafts, pampering, falconry and fishing. Families will love days out with Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends at Spa Valley Railway. They can ride behind a real steam engine, shake hands with the Fat Controller, enjoy themed activities and even meet Rusty and Dusty.

Days out at the seaside are perfectly possible. Within a 25 mile radius are Hastings 19 miles, Normans Bay 20 miles and Eastbourne 22 miles. The National Trust coast at Fairlight Cliffs is 23 miles and Birling Gap and Severn Sisters are also 23 miles.

If its adventure you want try rock climbing at beautiful and unique sandstone Harrisons Rocks or boating and canoeing at Bewl Water. Land lubbers can pit their wits at two Bewl Water adventure playgrounds with mini climbing tower, a bouncy boat, giant swing and play ground for little ones as well as a Waterfront Cafe at one and a nautical themed second one with a giant wooden sailing ship, climbing frames and slides beside the water.

Treehouse holidays in East Sussex dont get better than this.

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