This Scandinavian-inspired contemporary treehouse sits on Hampshire's Fullerton Farm, just a stone's throw from the Black Chalk vineyard.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
The Perigord Treehouse is owned and managed by Will Hardy.
Tucked away in a picturesque woodland on Fullerton Farm, and just a stone's throw from the Black Chalk vineyard, is The Perigord Treehouse. One of the first set of treehouses ever built on a UK vineyard, this contemporary treehouse is in equal parts modern, cosy and charming. Whether it is the outdoor bathtub, the 1000-acres of land to explore or the uniquely tranquil setting, guests are sure to fall in love with this Hampshire gem. Sleeping a max of four across two bedrooms, The Perigord makes for a wonderful couple's retreat or family getaway. Just don't forget your wellies!
The Perigord Treehouse has been constructed with the utmost consideration for both style and sustainability. Built to minimise the impact on the local environment and wildlife, its Scandinavian-inspired appearance is a beautiful addition to the surrounding woodland. The living area - open-plan and beneath a vaulted ceiling - has a sofa in front of a cosy wood burner, a dining table for four and a well-equipped kitchenette.
There are two bedrooms: one bunk room and the corner master bedroom. The latter is well lit with two large windows and a double bed. It looks out onto a terrace with a covered outdoor seating area that's ideal for a morning coffee or evening drink. The bathroom has twin sinks, a WC and walk-in shower. Beyond the bathroom is a second terrace which comes complete with a large zinc outdoor bathtub, perfect for surveying the beautiful scenery after a day out exploring. There is also a gas BBQ for guests to enjoy, making summertime al fresco cooking a joy.
Fullerton Farm has 1000 acres of woodland, vineyard and re-wilded country for visitors to ramble through. However should you wish to explore the local area, you are ideally positioned to get to know the beautiful countryside of Hampshire and beyond. With its diverse geography and picturesque scenery, the county is a firm favourite with local and visiting walkers, cyclists and nature lovers alike. 45% of the county is made up of two national parks: the New Forest and the South Downs. Both of these are well worth a visit and offer an abundance of picturesque scenery.
If you need a taste of urban life, then the small town of Stockbridge is just three miles away with its bustling high street and abundance of independent shops, pubs and restaurants. You will also find Winchester to the south, which is a historic cathedral city that served as England's first capital. Southampton and Portsmouth are both nearby and are both are university towns with abundant shopping, dining and nightlife opportunities.
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