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Treetop Cabin - Redwood Valley

Treetop Cabin - Redwood Valley

Powys, Wales - View map
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3 Guests

1 Bedroom

No Dogs

No Wifi

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Stay here from £155 per night.

As seen in Lonely Planet Traveller (1st October 2019)

In the trees: treetop cabin

*** Any day arrival *** Min 2-night stay ***

Featured in The Lonely PLanet, this eco-friendly, family-run site is an experience for the senses. Listen to the gentle chatter of birds singing in the trees and the soothing flow of the brook trickling across the rocky riverbed. This is relaxation in its purest form.

Quietly nestled on the Welsh borders, this secluded 25-acre site is a magical wonderland of wildflower meadows, ancient woodland, hidden valleys, and pure, uninterrupted tranquillity. Here is a place where you can truly escape . Wander through this idyllic wilderness at your own gentle pace, leaving behind the stresses of the outside world and immerse yourself in this beautiful natural haven.

The site contains this spectacular wooded treehouse as well as 2 secluded yurts, all quietly nuzzled between the ancient trees. (The whole site can also be booked as one.)  

The glamping accommodation is privately positioned, with only a limited number of guests sprinkled amongst the wilderness. You'll have everything you need for a self-catering escape beneath the stars. This treehouse is set in a designated Dark Sky Area. Pack your telescope for a perfect stargazing holiday!

The Treetop Cabin is magnificently perched high on a wooded slope with breath-taking views over the valley below. The stunning structure has been lovingly crafted using wood from the valley itself. There is a large balcony with chairs and hammock, and a wooden walkway to a private composting loo. 

The large windows reveal a stunning panorama of the woodland canopy with its abundance of native wildlife. Relax in the hammock on the balcony to sound of chattering birds and the soothing babble of the brook far below.

On-site, guests can also participate in a variety of courses, including Green Woodworking, Birdwatching, and Ring-Making. Further details of the courses can be found below. If you would like to book a course, please call to discuss your options, or liaise with the owner after your booking is confirmed.

The site is well placed to visit Hay on Wye and Ludlow - around 20 miles away - two of the UK's most beautiful towns. These cultural hotspots are renowned for their great collection of independent shops, award-winning eateries, and historical buildings. What's more, outings to the Shropshire Hills, Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia are also within easy reach, creating a variety of options for the more adventurous traveller.

This is truly a place you won't want to leave, with a huge variety of gorgeous natural wilderness on your doorstep. Amble around the giant redwood and ancient oak woodland and see the spectacular bluebell bloom in spring or take a stroll to the enchanted local waterfall.  A site of true natural splendour - a place to completely disengage from the outside world and enjoy life's simple pleasures.

  • Sleeping arrangements

    Double bed with cosy down duvet, pillows, and crisp white bedlinen. L-shaped daybed which can comfortably sleep an additional adult or child.

  • Bathroom Facilities

    A private composting loo is located next to the cabin. There is a shared shower by the communal kitchen.

  • Cooking Facilities

    The Woodland Kitchen - Includes two fridges, gas hobs, microwave, toaster, kettle, pots, pans, kitchen implements, cutlery, and crockery. Small fridge, plus tea and coffee making facilities.inside the cabin

  • Internet Access

    There is no internet access in this property.

  • Heating and Lighting

    Log burning stove with wood provided.

  • Child Policy

    Children welcome, please take care due to an elevated position

  • Pets Policy

    No Pets

  • Grounds and Nearby

    Large balcony with chairs and a hammock. Wooded glade behind the cabin with a seating area and BBQ/fire-pit. 25-acres of woodland, meadows, and wilderness to explore

  • Parking Information

    Ample Parking

  • Arrival Times

    Check in from 2:00PM and check out by 11:00AM

    These are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner


  • Double bed with cosy down duvet, pillows, and crisp white bedlinen.
  • L-shaped daybed which can comfortably sleep an additional adult or child.
  • Small fridge, plus tea and coffee making facilities.
  • Log burning stove with wood provided.
  • Wind-up lantern.


  • A private composting loo is located next to the cabin.
  • Large balcony with chairs and a hammock.
  • Spring water tap.
  • Wooded glade behind the cabin with a seating area and BBQ/fire-pit.
  • 25-acres of woodland, meadows, and wilderness to explore.

Shared Facilities (with Eilian and Seren yurts):

The Woodland Kitchen (4-5 mins from the cabin)

  • Includes two fridges, gas hobs, microwave, toaster, kettle, pots, pans, kitchen implements, cutlery, and crockery.
  • There are separate bins for recycling, compost, and landfill.
  • Guests are invited to help themselves to the complimentary tea, coffee, sugar, cooking oil, condiments, and herbs and spices.
  • There is a long trestle table on which to eat, play the board games provided or read the selection of books on the local area, and plant and wildlife identification.

    The Shower and Composting Loos

    • Next to the kitchen is a gas-heated shower with a constant supply of hot water. The shower has a spacious changing area and complimentary shower gel, shampoo and conditioner. The grey water from the shower and kitchen is managed through an underground soak-away system. For this reason, we kindly ask you to use the biodegradable toiletries provided as these will not harm the local ecosystem.
    • All water for the kitchen and shower comes from the sites very own fresh-water spring and is UV-treated to ensure that it is safe for drinking. The delicious spring water is on tap so bring a bottle and take some home!


    Green Woodworking
    Green woodworking courses run throughout the season according to demand. You can find out more about the green woodworking teacher, Ben Willis, and his work on his website.

    Guided Birdwatching
    These courses run over two days and include two guided bird walks. By the end of the stay, you should be able to identify a range of woodland and garden birds and may have spotted some of the rarer visitors to the site such as pied and spotted flycatchers, redstarts, dippers, and long-eared owls.

    Wedding Ring Making
    What could be more romantic than spending a weekend in a luxurious yurt or treetop cabin nestled on the edge of ancient woodland and coming home with your very own handmade wedding rings?  Work together to design unique silver or gold rings which you will make over a two-day period in the beautiful woodland workshop. Private courses by appointment.

    Welsh Stick Chair Making - 6-day course
    Try something more challenging with a Welsh stick chair, a simple but striking form of Windsor chair. You'll learn how to bend an arm bow from a single piece of steamed ash and how to fashion a comfortable seat from a plank of elm or beech using an adze and travisher. After five days you'll come away with a beautiful piece that will last for generations.

    Under a mile from Presteigne, featured  In The Telegraphs article 'Little Marvels: Britain's top 10 small towns'. This is a thriving town with a wine bar, four pubs and an eclectic array of independent shops and eateries.

    Within a stone's throw of the site, there is a fantastic farm park and owl sanctuaryWestonbury Mill Water GardensDunkerton's Cider Mill, a spectacular waterfallLudlow Castle and, of course, Offa's Dyke - offering some of the best hiking in Wales.

    The site is also within an easy day trip of Hay on Wye, Ludlow, the seaside around Aberystwyth, the Brecon Beacons, the Centre for Alternative Technology and much of Snowdonia.

    You will also find much to keep you occupied within the site itself. Aside from BBQs and campfires, there are two nature trails to explore, a huge rope swing and a brook where you can paddle.

    The Woodland Trust's Nature Detectives website also has some great suggestions for family activities in the woods. In the event of rain, there are plenty of books, playing cards and board games in the communal kitchen area.

    The area is also in a dark sky site - there is an observatory just up the road in Knighton - so bring a telescope if you are a keen stargazer.

    Local Sites and Activities

    More detailed information on local activities and sights is available on arrival, but here is a little taster to get you started.

    Walking and Cycling

    There are some wonderful walks and bicycle rides directly from the site, while the owners will lend you an Ordnance Survey map should you need one.

    Guest are also lucky to be just a short journey from the spectacular Offa's Dyke and the moors and reservoirs of the Elan Valley.


    Following a stream through a valley leading to the enigmatic Radnor Forest, Water-Break-Its-Neck Falls  is a stunning waterfall just a few miles away.

    History and Gardens

    Close by are numerous sites of historical interest such as the Judge's Lodging in Presteigne, Hampton Court Castle, the mediaeval village of Pembridge, several National Trust properties, and a variety of beautiful local gardens including Bryan's Ground and Westonbury Mill Water Gardens.

    The Arts

    Mid Border Arts - runs a rich variety of exhibitions, music and theatre throughout the year at the Assembly Rooms in Presteigne.

    The Presteigne Festival is a world-class classical music festival promoting musical innovation. The festival spans the August bank holiday weekend.

    Hay Festival of Literature and the Arts is held each May and makes an easy daytrip from Redwood Valley.

    Further Information

    The Presteigne and Norton website provides a wealth of additional information on local amenities, sites and activities.

    For information on attractions throughout Mid Wales, try the Visit Mid Wales website.

    Eating and Drinking

    If you are cooking your own meals, Presteigne has an excellent greengrocer and fishmonger, a deli selling freshly baked bread, a local butcher, a wine shop and two small supermarkets. As for eating and drinking out, from the local chip shop and Chinese takeaway, Thai, Moroccan and great pub grub, to more gourmet fair, we have something for every taste. We also have four pubs and an excellent wine bar for a well-deserved drink after your busy, or not so busy, day. We can provide you with more information once you arrive. If, however, you are keen to eat at the Michelin-starred Stagg Inn, we would recommend advance booking.

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