Architect-designed luxury amongst the leaves, set on a working farm in a Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedroom: Studio
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights

If you’ve always thought living in a treehouse would mean taking your chances in the temperamental Great Outdoors, a sumptuous stay at Will’s Tree House is sure to convert you for life.

Nestled on a hillside in the north east Cotswolds, Will’s Tree House is situated on a working farm, itself part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With idyllic green views that stretch out over south Warwickshire countryside, the scenery will soothe you almost as much as your luxurious surroundings.

Architect-designed to blend with its natural environment, Will’s Tree House is uniquely built around four sycamore and ash trees – three of which poke through the outside deck, with the other growing through the kitchen!

You’ll spot plenty of opportunities for indulgence in every direction, from the bubbling hot tub on the lower deck, complete with complimentary towelling robes, to the outdoor shower and toasty underfloor heating. The tree-lined decking area is perfectly equipped for balmy afternoons, complete with pizza oven and barbecue, hanging chairs and a hammock.

Heading inside for a moment, you’ll find a spacious living, sleeping and dining area that includes a cosy kingsize bed and foldaway French bunks. Relax with the Smart TV for company, or if you prefer, keep an eye on the local wildlife with the binoculars provided (there’s also a telescope to help stargazing along).

Though you might expect a standard treehouse not to include kitchen or bathroom facilities, Will’s Tree House features both.  Just a few steps up from the living area is the well-equipped kitchen, furnished with high-end appliances and a welcome basket for your arrival. Meanwhile, the bathroom is stocked with soft towels and complimentary toiletries.

There’s plenty for the kids to do in the surrounding woodland area, which houses a duck-frequented pond and a shared playground including a pirate ship, lookout tower and trampoline.

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At a glance

  • Indulgent four-person treehouse with hot tub, set on an idyllic working farm in the Cotswolds village of Tysoe, part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Parking is available for two cars.
  • Pets are not permitted. Please note that the woodland area and children’s playground surrounding the treehouse are shared with two other lodges on site.
  • A welcome basket is included, and towelling robes, linen and towels are all provided.
  • The village of Tysoe includes a shop and Post Office, with the nearest supermarket approx. 5 miles away in Shipston-on-Stour. Stratford-upon-Avon and a selection of Cotswold villages are located within a short driving distance, with a range of attractions and sightseeing options.
  • On the same site is Bob’s Lodge, an architect-designed wood-crafted holiday home sleeping up to 6 guests, George’s Getaway, a family lodge with hot tub and star gazing dome for 6-8 guests, and Chicken Shed Lodge, a relaxing retreat for up to 5 guests.


  • Family Friendly
  • Hot Tubs


Sleeps up to 4, king size bed, single bunk beds, bedding & towels provided, private bathroom, power shower, toiletries, underfloor heating, fully equipped kitchen, gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, welcome basket, iron, dining area, lounge area, leather sofa, 55-inch Smart TV, DVD player, Nintendo Wii, WiFi speaker, binoculars, telescope, terrace, charcoal pizza oven, gas barbecue, hanging chairs, giant beanbag, hammock, outdoor dining area, sun loungers, 4-person private hot tub, towelling robes, seating area, outdoor shower, parking for 2 cars.

Local activities

Market towns, breweries, museums, galleries, cycling, motor museum, wildlife park, distilleries, walking, horse riding, theatre, golf/mini-golf.

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If you prefer getting out and about, just a few minutes’ drive away lie Shakespeare’s home town of Stratford-upon-Avon, and pretty Cotswold villages including Broadway and Stow on the Wold. For an indulgent day out, why not head to National Trust Upton House and Gardens, just five minutes away, and enjoy a slice of the finest chocolate cake you’ll ever taste?

There are also plenty of places to eat, drink and make merry in locally, and a range of essentials-shops in the nearby village of Tysoe. And of course, it almost goes without saying that the Cotswolds are unsurpassed when it comes to walking and cycling.  In fact, the local Edge Hill Walk was listed by the Sunday Times as one of the best walks in England.

It’s time to upgrade your idea of treehouse living with a stay at Will’s Tree House…a magical childhood fantasy made luxuriously real.

Things to note

No smoking is allowed inside the tree house but is permitted on the outside balcony. No pets permitted. No parties or events. Check in is from 4pm and check out is 10am. One night stays may be possible on occasion if available – please enquire.

Where you'll be staying

Upper Tysoe, Warwickshire

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