Cornwall’s a lovely place to visit at the best of times, let alone in a treehouse. Whether you’re making use of the many beaches, strolling along the coastline touring the piers or even crossing the miles of patchwork countryside, the most important part is where you hang your hat at the end of the day. So, hang it several metres up in the air, on the rack by the French door. Step out onto the veranda and take in the Cornish air – and regret nothing.
The hardest part of any holiday should always be picking where you’re going to stay. Because when you’re thinking of going somewhere, you need to know when you get there, it’ll be all it was cracked up to be. We personally inspect and select our properties very carefully, making sure the beds are sleepable, the hot tubs toe-dippable, and the wild forest bathable. So, when you get there, the only thing left to do is relax.
Remember when you were little and the best adventures happened when you climbed a tree? All of a sudden, you were a pirate, sailor and explorer all in one. Staying in a treehouse in Cornwall is basically the adult version of that.
Who we are There’s no shortage of companies to go glamping with nowadays. But it’s always hard to know, who do I trust with my precious time off? Well, a little about us: we’re a small, independent travel company. We’re part family, and part employee owned and the rest is made up of a charitable trust. Whether it’s trying to make a company our employees are happy to work at, or moving towards a better, greener future – we’re proud to do what we do.
Why choose glamping? You know what they say, those who know, know. So, you’ve never been glamping, huh? Perhaps you’re afeared of feral hippies. Bathrooms that are a mere handful of sawdust and a beach windbreaker. A single butane fed camping stove, less effective than cradling your food and whispering ‘salmonella’ at your dinner. Well don’t worry, those days are long gone. Glamping these days can be as luxurious as you want it to be. So, book a trip, and come see glamping as it should be done.
Are treehouses really all that special? Are you really asking? We thought not. Treehouses themselves are, by anyone’s standard, special. The real question is, what makes ours so different from anyone else’s? When we first find a space (or they find us) we go and have a look, check to see what’s on offer. If we don’t think you’ll love it as much as us, we don’t take it on. That explains why we reject 80% of our applicants.
What if I'm not sure about the place? Many people don’t realise, our Guest Experience Team isn’t just there for all the praise we’re inundated with. They’re also there to answer any of your questions – can dogs come? How big are the beds? Can I bring my child to this space that says it’s not child friendly (it’s a no). Whatever the question, they’re there to help. They’re how we manage to keep an NPS score above 80, and if you don’t know how impressive that is, give it a google.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.