Enjoy a romantic retreat at this magical treehouse escape for two in an off grid forest in North Wales
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Set in three hundred acres of Welsh woodland and moorland, Copse Camp is a timber framed cabin built in the tree tops, boasting charming views and a tranquillity which will stay with you long after you depart. While you’ll benefit from a compost loo, hot water plumbing and solar chargers, Copse Camp is a truly off-grid adventure spot, where you can be as outdoorsy and adventurous as you like.
Built on a platform swung between three trees in a woodland copse, Copse Camp comprises of an open-plan wooden living space with mezzanine, freestanding toilet and shower shacks, and a re-purposed gypsy caravan, which doubles up as a games room or extra bedroom. In addition to the camp itself, guests are encouraged to roam the three hundred acres which the owners have happily called home for the past forty years, so long as you leave gates as you found them.
Cosy up inside by the wood-burner in the main living space, or descend via the rope bridge and wooden steps to make use of the outdoor kitchen and firepit on ground level, before eating beneath the bright stars, surrounded by the gentle swaying of the mature trees, and the occasional calls of the fauna who you’ll share the woods with. Copse Camp is particularly appealing to outdoors enthusiast individuals, couples, and families, who are guaranteed to be seduced by the wild beauty of the Welsh hills. Whatever the season, Copse Camp is an enchanted place to stay, allowing city slickers and woodlanders alike to experience the call of the wild, without having to compromise on soft white bedlinen, fluffy towels, and lashings of hot water.
The camp is the ideal spot to get away from it all, but should you fancy a hike through the woods, you’ll find great pubs with first class local menus at both The Crown Hotel and The Grousemoor, a two mile and half mile walk respectively. If you fancy venturing further afield, you’ll be rewarded with a Michelin starred meal at Tyddyn Llan, near Corwen. The owners live in a wooden shooting lodge just a hundred yards from the camp, so feel free to pop by for a chat during your stay.
£20 per stay surcharge for dogs
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