Mayfield, East Sussex
A secluded, picture-perfect, luxury treehouse nestling in an area of outstanding natural beauty with so much to explore nearby.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Hoots Treehouse is owned and managed by Lucinda Sikorski.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Lucinda Sikorski.
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Perched above a pond among ancient woodland Hoots Treehouse is truly hidden away – and yet, is only a 45 minute drive from the M25.
This really is the perfect woodland retreat to relax in. Gaze at wildlife and nature from the comfort of a deckchair on the balcony and listen to owls and song birds as they fly among the trees. Clad in aromatic cedar wood and beautifully furnished, Hoots Treehouse is simply heavenly.
From the moment you arrive at Hoots Treehouse, you will be assured of a very warm welcome by host Lucinda. If you arrive in time for tea you can enjoy homemade cake, either on the spacious decking overlooking the pond, or snuggle up by the cosy wood-burner.
All the comforts you would expect are here including a TV and DVD player, and a blue-tooth Bose speaker. The beautiful locally hand-crafted king-size bed sits neatly in the window recess with pure white Egyptian cotton and super soft rugs. And, if you have children over six the loft has just enough room to squeeze two of them in with access via a ladder and hatch. The bathroom comes with a shower and heated towel rail with fluffy towels provided.
There's a fully-equipped kitchenette with a two-ring gas hob, microwave, fridge and Tassimo coffee maker. Or, cook outdoors and enjoy the view with your own gas BBQ and seating on a decked balcony.
Keep cosy with a log-burning stove and logs ready to go, as well as WiFi and electric lighting from solar panels and a generator.
Far from the madding crowd and yet only 45 minutes south from the M25, Hoots Treehouse is a perfect base to explore the surrounding stunning Sussex countryside. Overlooking Lost Field and Hawksden Wood and backing onto woodland which is part of the splendid Wadhurst Deer Park, there are numerous walks to enjoy and sights to see by stepping out of the door. The beautiful village of Mayfield is a short walk away and the gardens of Sarah Raven, Great Dixter, Pashley Manor, Scotney Castle and Sissinghurst are each a brief drive away. Also nearby are Bodiam Castle, Batemans, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells and Glyndebourne.
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June, Sept, Oct, Nov & Dec
Mid-week per night £275
Weekend (Fri & Sat) £340
July & August
Mid-week per night £350
Weekend (Fri & Sat) £390
OTHER HIGH SEASON DATES
26 May - 3 June 2023
20 Oct - 28 Oct 2023
19 Dec 2023 - 1 Jan 2024
9 Feb - 17 Feb 2024
28 March - 14 April 2024
24 May - 1 June 2024
25 Oct - 2 Nov 2024
20 Dec - 4 Jan 2025
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