Californian style and bohemian luxury are ever-present inside the majestic interior of Camellia, a brand new, eco-friendly treehouse at the Treedwellers Finstock site in North Oxfordshire. The structure's unique interior is a blend of contemporary design and stylish, high-end functionality. The use of natural and environmentally-friendly materials, specially-curated art pieces, and 'hotel luxury' finishing touches all combine to create a sumptuous experience in a tranquil part of rural England.
Camellia is a super-quirky, and ultra-modern treehouse, built for couples or small families and set back in a private position on a custom-built retreat in the Oxfordshire countryside. Close to the popular Cotswolds town of Chipping Norton, the boutique site sits within the mystic woodland acres of the immersive Oxfordshire wilds, in the village of Finstock.
With an eco-construction and custom wave-shaped exterior; a mixture of rust and green-coloured aluminum gives Camellia its distinctive, fluid style and looks. The composition and materials used to create Camellia were of huge importance to the site owners, who chose a high-quality, ductile metallic.
Camellia is a unique treehouse, as with the other dwellings on the impressive Treedwellers Finstock site. This structure is quirky design, with a curving, wave-shaped shell, finished in a distinct and colourful veneer. An exterior, front-facing deck offers outdoor space and a lookout spot to breathe in the woodland space that the treehouse inhabits.
The site has seven separate and unique, boutique-style treehouses to suit a variance of moods, lending itself to different styles and tastes. Treedwellers is a place for diversity and a celebration of ‘forward to nature’ spaces that draws you in, but also seamlessly blend into the tranquil surroundings of the Oxfordshire backdrop without impacting on the wildlife or habitats. The wider area is developed with its natural surroundings in mind, building sustainable accommodation in a beautiful part of the world, whilst returning the former industrial land to nature.
Approximately 15-miles northwest of Oxford, Finstock is a small but lively community, with a popular village pub and a wonderful community-run shop. Closer to Chipping Norton but within a short hop of the site, you can find the Diddly Squat Farm Shop. Opened in 2020 by Jeremy Clarkson, the amazing farm shop consists of a small barn full of good, no-nonsense delicacies you will love, and things you may need during your stay.
The nearest town is Charlbury, a popular and accessible location for visitors wanting a deliciously satisfying taste of the Cotswolds, with fantastic shops, pubs, and restaurants.
Sleeps 2 on a luxury king-size bed, with linen and bedding provided
Spacious, hot shower, toilet & hand basin with mirror. Towels will be provided.
Stylish kitchen with under-counter fridge, coffeemaker, sink, cooking hob, and plenty of high-quality utensils, crockery, and cutlery.
Wi-Fi is available at this property.
Heating and Lighting
100% renewably sourced mains electric, underfloor heating, as well as a wood-burning stove, with a starter pack of logs included.
Children are welcome at the treehouse, up to the age of 16. A second, luxury pull-out bed is stored in the treehouse, allowing up to two children additionally.
Grounds and Nearby
The site is found set into the woodlands of Finstock, Oxfordshire which is home to some sublime wildlife such as deer and badgers.
Parking for one vehicle is found just 215m from Camellia. You are able to drive your car to the structure to unload, before returning to the car parking space.
Check in from 5:00PM and check out by 10:00AMThese are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
The Finstock site is just an hour and half from London Paddington, via Worcester. The nearest station to the Cornbury site is Finstock Train Station around 1 mile away, via the B4022. Via bus, the X9 ‘Witney to Chipping Norton’ bus service stops in Finstock.
Sleeping arrangements for the treehouse allow for up to two people on a king-sized bed, and then there is also space on a luxury double pull-out bed for up to two children, aged 16 or under.
The luxury kitchen and dining facilities are set within an open-pan living space with all the basics covered, including high-end crockery, cutlery, exquisite finishing touches. The kitchen includes a fridge cooking hob, sink, and coffeemaker.
The living space is centered around a rustic wood-burning fireplace and bench seat, with a hanging chair, with a side table and modern lighting. The treehouse has big windows on both ends of the treehouse, as well as in the main living space allow for natural light to seep in.
Inside the treehouse, the interior is a mixture of upmarket style and simple, boutique flare, all of which offer luxury at every turn. There is an effortless function to the open parts of the structure. The centre of the treehouse is an open-plan living space that offers comfortable seating, dining space, kitchen and heating in the form of a luxurious log burner.
Heating and lighting is provided by several sources; the wood-burning fireplace in the main living area being one of them, but the treehouse also benefits from underfloor heating and has an uninterrupted supply of electricity. The well-insulated windows and build quality ensures that the treehouse stays lovely and warm throughout the year.
The Bathroom facilities are provided on one end of the en-suite wet room with hot shower, toilet and washbasin with mirror. Plush towels are provided so you won't need to bring these with you.
Outdoor space is provided by the front-facing decked area, which is accessed by the floor-to-ceiling windows in the main living area. The deck is designed to be used and more importantly enjoyed.
The grounds and surrounding area are also there to enjoy. Paths and walkways are dotted through the treelines that lead to a large clearing at the top of the site.
Here you can really take in the natural environment that has been curated by the Treedwellers folk. Wildlife in the form of deer, badgers, and other animals that live in the woodlands will be likely companions through the walks of the woodland.
Provided for you
Starter packs of logs for the log burner
Access to the whole site facilities and common areas, as well as the beautiful countryside
Parking for the treehouse is a short walk from the parking space, which is roughly 215m away, and has an allocated space for one vehicle. You are able to drive your car to the structure to unload, before returning to the car parking space.
The site owners have set the parking a short distance away from the treehouse itself so that as you arrive, you are ensured to take a short, but important stroll through the fresh air, beginning your stay in the right way, as you connect instantly with the natural surroundings.
Internet access and mobile phone signal are excellent. Wifi is provided, and the phone signal is strong, but it can be dependent on your mobile carrier. Both 3G and 4G are found on site, however.
Pets, unfortunately, cannot be catered for due to the proximity to the wildlife on site.
The Treedwellers site is found at the outskirts of the wider village of Finstock, near Chipping Norton in North Oxfordshire. This site is designed and built on the concept of bringing a unique and contemporary site, with eco-inspired accommodation which can offer a 'forward to nature' approach. The result is a small but high-end collection of boutique holiday accommodations that both embody and transcend the modern glamping experience.
The site boasts 6 other amazing and unique treehouses, 5 of which are exclusive to Quality Unearthed.
The other Treedwellers treehouses can be found here.
Things to do in Oxfordshire
The site can be reached in well under 2-hours from London Paddington. Finstock itself is found to the southeast and Cotswolds to the northwest, Oxfordshire, and its luscious, rural surroundings.
Oxfordshire is one of the oldest inhabited places in the United Kingdom, and therefore, some of the most ancient and beautiful towns in England are found within its borders. Its heritage and history are there for all to see, but the contemporary and modern can also be drawn from these important places.
Arts and culture
There is a fantastic and vibrant arts scene in Oxfordshire, and the culture is taken in at such great venues like the Oxford Playhouse and the Old Fire Station which offers a year-round mix of theatre, dance, comedy, and more.
River & Rowing Museum
Visit the River & Rowing Museum in its beautiful riverside location in Henley-on-Thames. The doors of the Museum’s award-winning David Chipperfield-designed building open up and welcome you into the artwork and stories of the river, which include enchanting family tales such as the Wind in the Willows, as well as the history of Henley, the riverbank wildlife conservation, and of course, a thorough history and genesis of the sport of rowing.
The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology. It was Britain’s very first public museum and is currently boasts itself as a home to half a million years of human history and creativity. The timescale spans from ancient Egyptian Mummies and artifacts to modern art, and everything in between. The Ashmolean’s collection is incredibly rich, representing most of the world’s great civilisations, and some of these objects date back as far as 8000 BC all the way up to the present day.
Wilderness is a four-day boutique festival spanning Music, The Arts, Food, and Wellbeing, all set amidst the idyllic surroundings of Cornbury Park, just a short distance from the Treedwellers site. Usually taking place in August, Wilderness has been dubbed the 'fanciest festival you will ever visit.'
Visit the south of the county, at Wallingford
Wallingford on Thames is a quintessentially English market town in South Oxfordshire with plenty of things to see and do. You can visit the Town Hall, which was built in 1670 to replace the medieval Guildhall and the town is host to four regular markets, famed for their diverse and award-winning produce. Many parts of the town are notably Saxon in style and age, and the Corn Exchange Theatre, a grade II listed building built in 1856 sits in the centre, offering culture and sophistication of any evening
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