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Treehouse holidays in Hampshire

From Bombay Gin and Downton Abbey, to Jane Austen and wild ponies - Hampshire is full of surprises. Boasting not one but two National Parks – the South Downs and the New Forest (aka pony central) – there are pastures, ancient woodlands, chalk streams and thatched cottages as far as the eye can see. It doesn’t get much more quintessentially English. Booking a treehouse in Hampshire gives you a bird’s eye view over this green and pleasant land. Natural light will flood through the huge windows of your cocoon in the branches, tempting you out to explore the idyllic countryside. Find out more, and book one of our magical treehouses in Hampshire.

Featured treehouses in Hampshire

The Damselfly Treehouse

The Damselfly Treehouse

From £237 p/n
The Fallow Treehouse

The Fallow Treehouse

From £245 p/n

Why book a treehouse holiday in Hampshire with C&S?

We’ve dodged cute ponies and turned down offers of premium gin (that one was hard) to bring you the best treehouses Hampshire has to offer. We’ve made sure the beds are comfy, the outdoor tubs are blissfully warm, the sofas are squishy and the views are breathtaking. So what are you waiting for? Book a treehouse in Hampshire for a memorable getaway where you can explore beautiful river landscapes, climb chalk hills, visit historic towns and dabble in some wine tasting at local vineyards. Apparently, Hampshire-local Jane Austen even brewed her own beer. Cheers to that!

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About treehouse holidays in Hampshire

What can I do at a treehouse? A treehouse holiday in Hampshire is somewhere to get away from it all. You’ll find a fresh perspective on life high in the canopy, unleashing your inner child as you race around exploring every secret nook and cranny. In your playful pad of laid-back luxury, you can sip English sparkling wine on the veranda, have indulgent soaks in outdoor baths and spot badgers, deer and birds from an incredible vantage point. A quick scuttle down the ladder and you’re immersed in the beautiful natural landscape of glorious Hampshire.

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What makes Hampshire so special? A heady blend of city, coast and country, you could stay for a month in Hampshire and never run out of things to do. Cycle the gravel tracks of the New Forest, hike the South Downs Way, visit Hayling Island or revel in a bit of culture in historic Winchester. Plus, did we mention there are wild ponies – wandering down village streets and poking their heads over garden fences - what’s not to love? If you still need persuading, Hampshire’s chalky soils are similar to France’s Champagne region, so the glass of fizz you quaff high in your treetop perch at the end of the day will please the most discerning palette!

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