The original airbnb near Canterbury where you can spend an evening in a secluded treehouse
Lovebirds can hug their inner child and have a romantic night’s sleep tucked away in a cabin tucked away in the trees at Kent Airbnb.
Accommodation in Elham is a unique experience that allows couples to spend a dream night under the stars.
The perfect property nestles 20 feet between three study oak trees and offers views of the North Downs.
The Airbnb description advertises the only sound like “the wind through the trees and the birdsong” from the barley field below.
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It’s not only perfect for the summer months in the sun, but the treehouse is also a cozy place in the deep winter.
There is heating and double glazing with an induction hob, kettle, Nespresso machine and a music system too.
With its own toilet at the foot of the tree, there won’t even be awkward walks around the neighboring host’s house to use the toilet.
The main attraction of quirky accommodation is the ability to hide out for the night, but there are also ways to spice up the evening.
The host has set up a barbecue outside and praises a local Indian takeout that will deliver right to the door … or rather, the bark.
It all sounds too idyllic to believe, but 100% of recent travelers gave the stay a five-star rating.
One wrote: “The treehouse stay was amazing in every way. So much privacy, much more spacious than the pictures show, lovely gardens to walk around, dogs and friendly ducks in the pond, amazing views of the grounds from the treehouse to watch the sunset in and we had a great barbecue and fire pit downstairs.
“There were lots of little touches like stereo, milk, coffee maker, provided breakfast, towels etc.
“We also liked that the tree is actually in the treehouse and there is no light pollution so you can see so many stars at night. We can’t wait to come back! “
Another said: ‘Our stay was amazing, the treehouse is incredibly well built and is perfectly insulated and the mini heater works great (the cooler is also great!).
“Beyond that, for those with an architectural eye, the upcycled interior showed Mark’s fantastic sense of detail. For example, the mahogany cabinet for cutlery, the carved dragon house chopping board holding the shelves.
“The breakfast of fresh and hot bread in a traditional wicker basket with jam jars had a nice warm touch. Lots of lovely forest walks and Mark’s garden is amazing and expansive so you will effectively have your own. private area of the garden. “
A night in the Airbnb will only set you back £ 99 per day but, unsurprisingly considering the need to stay this summer, at the time of writing the treehouse is actually only available for booking. until the end of October.
A stay at the Airbnb treehouse can be booked here.