Rated 5 out of 5
***Any day arrival *** Min 3-night stay July & Aug ***
Nestled under the canopy of bluebell woodland this magnificent Tree Dome offers magical views across the Shropshire countryside from its elevated position amongst the trees. This private rural retreat is as luxurious as it is beautiful and offers peace, tranquillity and everything you need for a gorgeously romantic escape.
This Tree Dome is filled with indulgent furnishings from the luxury furniture and snuggly soft bedding to the wonderful wood-fired hot tub (please note: there is an extra charge of £65 per stay). Outside there is a barbecue and fire pit for cooking beneath the stars, while the private balcony and gardens provide a stunning setting to watch the bees and the butterflies flutter by. Awaken to the eloquent sound of birds chirping in the branches and spot a variety of wild things from busy squirrels to burrowing badgers. Disconnect from the world and immerse yourself in this tranquil glamping oasis.
The beautiful 45-acre site sits alongside the Shropshire Hills - a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - with so many wonderful things to see and do. Explore a variety of magnificent countryside including the Mortimer Forest and the Clee Hills, making this a perfect choice for nature lovers and explorers. What's more, the site is less than 6 miles from the historic town of Ludlow; probably 'the loveliest town in the whole of England'. This magical market town is renowned for its multitude of listed buildings - their Old-English architecture creating a beautiful crooked charm - while its variety of restaurants, cafes and the glorious River Teme are an added bonus.
Check-in - 3pm / Check -out - 11am
The Tree Dome is part of a gorgeous 45-acre woodland estate. Guests are free to explore the glorious surrounds and spot the multitude of wild birds and animals.
The historical town of Ludlow is just 6 miles away, which provides plenty of artisan shops and gastronomical delights, as well as the famous Ludlow castle, plus a host of other interesting attractions. Stumble across a number of award-winning Michelin Star restaurants, the famous Ludlow market, Wycliffe Common and a variety of stunning cafes and river walks.
Also in the area, discover a variety of designated areas of natural beauty including The Clee Hills, Mortimer Forest and The Shropshire Hills, which are popular with walkers, cyclists and activity enthusiasts.
For another interesting day trip visit Stokesay Castle, Berrington Hall National Trust with its stunning gardens and grounds or the Shropshire Wildlife Trust.
For children, there are several exciting activities available. Within reach is the famous Severn Valley Railway, Ironbridge, Rays Farm, Wyre Forest, Millie Millers Playbarn, Severn Valley Quad Trecking, and of course the famous West Midlands Safari Park which is just a 30-minute drive away.
Inside the Tree Dome you will find:
Outside you will find:
A roofed carport is available to park your car near the site.
Well behaved dogs are welcome; however, they must be supervised at all times and additional charges will apply.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Rated 5 out of 5
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