Brecon Beacons, Wales
Romantic treehouse for two in the beautiful Brecon Beacons with private wood fired hot tub.
Trewalter Treehouse is listed in affiliation with Quality Unearthed.
Deep in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, one of the most popular hiking destinations in Europe, you'll find Trewalter Treehouse, a luxurious gem set against a rugged and dramatic natural backdrop. This stunning structure is perfect for a romantic getaway, comfortably housing a couple in a sumptuous treehouse. Set in four acres of lush Neolithic landscape, on the land of the historic Trewalter House, this cedar snuggery is nestled alongside ancient woodland, hovering above the Llynfi river below.
This is more like a palace in the Welsh pines, with full facilities such as electricity, WiFi, a Smart TV, a fitted kitchen with dishwasher, a handcrafted acacia double bed with a cashmere mattress and the finest Egyptian cotton bed linen. The fantastic wood-fired hot tub is set under the trees. A second raised terrace is accessed by its own swing bridge - this is chic juvenescence. This beautiful treehouse is dotted with exquisite details, but none quite so impressive as the craftsmanship of this structure. The elegant ceiling serves as both the sturdy spine and artful centrepiece reminiscent of a golden Fibonacci spiral.
The owners have thought of absolutely everything, including how to delicately sit their high-end treehouse against the backdrop of the mighty Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales. Everything about this space is wonderful, from the structure itself to the surrounding hills and vales. You'll even spot the owners' pet pheasants taking in the views across the lawns from time to time! This is a place to relax and be in the moment, whilst being at one with nature. We believe that once you've experienced the fresh air, the evenings sat on the deck watching the red kites swooping overhead, and the resplendent, restful night's sleep, you won't want to leave.
The drive towards Trewalter Treehouse demonstrates the beauty of the area before you've even seen the site itself. The Brecon Beacons National Park was established in 1957, and it covers over 500 square miles of some of the most impressive mountain ranges in Wales, including Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales.
Trewalter Treehouse sits amidst the acres of grasslands, mountain ponies, peaks, waterfalls and reservoirs that make up this fantastic area of Wales. Llangorse Lake is the nearest glacial lake to the treehouse, being primarily fed by the river that flows behind the structure. Llangorse lake is well known for pike fishing, and for being the purported home of Welsh water demon, Afanc - the Welsh Nessie. This fascinating aquatic area is the site of the only known crannog in Wales. A crannog, found here and in areas of Scotland, is an early Iron Age artificial inhabited island created in lakes out of wood and straw, similar to the Celtic roundhouses dotted around South and West Wales.
Cardiff Airport - 1hr 10mins
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