Kanna is a quirky and totally unique Treehouse, built for a couple or small family, and part of a collection of ultra-modern treehouses that make up a new custom-built retreat in rural Oxfordshire. The individually designed exterior of green and rusty copper-coloured aluminium gives Kanna a distinctive, standout look.
Neighbouring the Cotswolds village of Chipping Norton, the area on the outskirts of Finstock, Oxfordshire is home to the boutique Treedwellers site. The site has seven separate and unique, boutique-style treehouses to suit a variance of moods, lending itself to different styles and tastes, and is located within a magical, peaceful woodland setting on acres of Oxfordshire's woodland. Designed to be seamlessly placed within the wider natural surroundings, it is possible to catch a glimpse of local deer and other wildlife from the raised deck of the treehouse.
Like all of the dwellings on the impressive site, Kanna is built from an eco-conscious perspective. It is a non-traditional, visually striking treehouse on an equally impressive site at Treedwellers Finstock. The structure itself is raised to a platform, and a living shell with a curved, half-circular canopy, finished in a cool, colourful veneer. An exterior, front-facing deck offers outdoor space and a lookout spot to breathe in all that the acres of spaces of the woodlands beyond.
The interior is a unique blend of contemporary design that creates a thoroughly modern, minimalist feeling to what the owners hope will be a timeless and welcoming space. High-end art pieces and touches of hotel luxury all combine to create a bespoke, high-end experience in a unique abode to match.
Treedwellers offers a place for diversity and a celebration of ‘forward to nature’ spaces that jar the senses, but also seamlessly blend into the tranquil surroundings of the Oxfordshire backdrop without impacting on the wildlife or habitats. Each treehouse is modern and non-traditional in appearance, but the dichotomy of the modern accommodation with the natural surroundings creates an irresistible juxtaposition that just works on every level.
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 200m from Kanna. You are able to drive your car to the structure to unload, before returning to the car parking space.
Check in from 4:00PM 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.
Just like all the Treedwellers structures, Kanna's interior is unique and designed specifically with this unit in mind. Each interior is a mixture of upmarket style and simple, boutique tastes, but all have luxury at their heart.
Sleeping arrangements for the treehouse allow for up to two people on a king-sized bed. There is space on a luxury double pull-out bed for up to two children, aged 16 or under.
Kitchen and dining facilities meet in an open-plan setting, with all the basics covered, with high-end crockery, cutlery, and all mod cons you will need for your stay A fridge, cooking hob, sink, and coffeemaker are all provided.
Big windows on both ends of the treehouse, as well as in the main living space allow for an exceptional amount of natural light to drench the unique, bohemian interiors and accentuate the entire living experience.
The open-plan unit also has a luxury bench seat and a dining table and chairs where you can enjoy meals or a glass of wine indoors. The living space is capped off with a wood-burning fireplace and a hanging chair, with a side table. The entire unit is topped off with exquisite, hanging lights that warm the room at any time of day or night.
The bathroom facilities are found towards the extreme ends of the treehouse, comprising of an en-suite wet room with a hot shower, toilet, and washbasin with a mirror.
Heating and lighting are provided by several sources; the wood-burning fireplace in the main living area is 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.
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 raised deck is designed to be used to drink in the immersive atmosphere. Not simply functional, it is there to be enjoyed. It is an area where you can really get a great view of the beauty and natural setting that engulfs the structure year-round.
There are also the immediate grounds and surrounding area to enjoy. The site has parking spaces at the site entrance by the storeroom, which is just a few hundred metres from the treehouse itself. The treehouse is built on a custom-designed and eco-conscious site.
There are paths and walkways dotted through the treelines that ultimately lead to a large clearing at the top of the site, at the edge of a meadow, with amazing views and flourishing wildlife. At different times of the day, you can easily take in nature, and the wildlife in the form of deer, badgers, and other animals that live in the woodlands.
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
Pets, unfortunately, cannot be catered for due to the proximity to the wildlife on site.
Parking for the treehouse is a short walk from the parking space, which is roughly 190m 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 good. 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.
The Treedwellers site at Finstock, is part of the wider village of Chipping Norton in North Oxfordshire. This site was designed and built around the idea of being a place where contemporary eco-inspired design can combine with a 'forward to nature' approach to offer spectacular, high-end breaks and holidays, rolled into one outstanding location with some amazing, unique treehouse spaces.
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
Sandwiched between London to the southeast and Cotswolds to the northwest, Oxfordshire and its green surrounds have an abundance of attractions.
With something for everyone, Oxfordshire has an abundance of attractions and places to visit. Some of the most ancient and beautiful towns in England are found within its borders, such as Abingdon-on-Thames, the oldest continuously inhabited town in England, nestled on the bank of the River Thames. Heritage and history are bountiful, but the contemporary and modern can also be drawn from these important places. Fans of the Harry Potter franchise will be sure to experience déjà vu as they roam and explore the town of Oxford, where the cobbled streets of this famous University town were used during the filming location for these epic modern tales.
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 Oxford Artisan Distillery
Oxford's first craft distillery and Britain's first certified organic grain-to-glass distillery. The distillery welcomes visitors in the heart of Oxford, for a behind-the-scenes experience to discover their approach to craft distilling and how they achieve this using sustainably farmed populations of heritage grain, as well as bespoke hand-built copper stills. You’ll see what goes into their spirits and truly understand what grain to glass craft distillery really is.
Due to the exceptional history and architecture that Oxford offers, one of the most popular things you can choose to do is walk around the area on a guided tour. You can see the filming locations used in the aforementioned Harry Potter films, as well as small-screen appearances from shows like Inspector Morse, and the university’s most famous buildings: the Radcliffe Camera, Bridge of Sighs, Sheldonian Theatre and the Bodleian Library. There are several tours to choose from, and you can see Oxford on your own terms.
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.'
Diddly Squat Farm Shop
Nearby to the site, in Chipping Norton, you will find the Diddly Squat Farm Shop. Opened in 2020 by Jeremy Clarkson, this amazing farm shop consists of a small barn full of good, no-nonsense delicacies you will love, and essential food items you may need during your stay.
Nestling in the Evenlode Valley, and found by calm, meandering roads nearby to Finstock is Charlbury, a vibrant yet picturesque Oxfordshire town. It is the nearest hub to find great places to eat, a variety of shops and bars to Treedwellers.
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