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Surrounding an ancient Ash Tree, this expertly crafted treehouse is completely secluded with views out to the Ochils, an area of natural beauty in Perthshire.

Meaning 'haunt' and favourite meeting place for family and friends, this tree 'howf' is one of privacy and uniqueness, a masterpiece of craftmanship that is entirely self-sufficient with no shortage of attention to detail and thoughtful design.  The experience starts from the moment you ascend the wood steps of the staircase up to the outdoor terrace, where you'll be instantly captivated by those views and feel high among the branches.  Moving inside, the hand-made rustic bed and furniture are sure to impress, with a wood burning stove and stained glass window just some of the touches that made the decor extra special here.

In the summer months, the area is filled with farm animals including ryeland sheep, ponies, donkeys, pygmy goats, guinea fowl and ducks, which you can observe from the comfort of your own outdoor terrace. If you prefer those quiet lazy evenings inside during the winter months, then the stove creates the perfect atmosphere, along with a large skylight window above the bed for stargazing on a clear night. The howf also comes with its own kitchenette, and there is a fire pit and BBQ for those perfect balmy summer nights al fresco.

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Region: Dunblane, Perthshire
Cost (from): £145 per night
Sleeps: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Minimum stay: 2
Property ref: 246

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