A hidden gem tucked against the Welsh border, the wild landscape of Herefordshire is our kind of place. For a small county, it’s punching above its weight in sheer numbers of spectacular treehouses. From a leafy altitude you can take in the splendour of lush Wye valleys, Norman castle ruins and Tudor manors. C.S. Lewis based Narnia on a deep dale in west Herefordshire which shows how ridiculously idyllic it is, but somehow this unshowy spot in the west Midlands still manages to fly under the radar. Browse our treehouses in Herefordshire and discover what all the fuss is about.
Hands up if you’ve ever felt underwhelmed while scrolling through the same types of accommodation, hoping for something with a bit more… je ne sais quoi. If you book a treehouse in Herefordshire with Canopy & Stars, you’ll spend your precious time off in an unforgettable sanctuary among the branches. We personally inspect every treehouse to make sure the views are spectacular, the outdoor tubs are blissfully bubbly and the beds are outrageously comfy for a long, dreamless sleep. Or lack of sleep in such a romantic setting… We’ll provide the treetop magic, you just turn up and relax.
Being immersed in nature, high up among the branches will delight your inner child, while the palatial luxury of our high-flying retreats will satisfy adult yearnings for comfort and style. Boost your wide-eyed wonderment quota and take a look at six treehouses with cool, secret features.
Our playful, luxurious treehouses are so far removed from everyday life that time seems to slow down, allowing you to unwind, take in the incredible views and live lightheartedly in the moment. Don’t just take our word for it, find out what your fellow guests have to say about our most loved treehouses.
What can I do at a treehouse? Top of your to-do list in one of our idyllic Herefordshire treehouses, is reconnecting with your inner child. Explore the hidden nooks and crannies of your lofty nest, exclaiming at the quirky features you discover. Is that a hidden outdoor cinema room you spy? A tree growing through the deck? An outdoor rain shower?When ‘grown-up you’ reappears, show them the outdoor hot tub and incredible Herefordshire views, as far as the eye can see. Settle in for a few days of play and relaxation in rustic luxury, with only the birds for company.
Sustainability and glamping At Canopy & Stars we're committed to improving our carbon footprint and promoting positive change in the glamping sector. We've capped our destinations in over-touristed areas, and we aim to achieve net zero by 2030. We work closely with our owners to reduce their environmental impact and build a greener future together. If you're interested, you can find out more in our impact report.
About Canopy & Stars’ expertise We don't research on screens at Canopy & Stars, we pull on our walking boots and head out into the fresh country air to find you the most incredible glamping places in the UK and Europe to stay in.We're incredibly discerning on your behalf and 80% of applications we receive don't make the cut, so those that do, have something pretty special to offer. So far, over 200,000 guests (and a staggering 9,000 dogs!) have found a life more wild with us. Find out more about Canopy & Stars.
What makes Herefordshire so special? If your sweet spot is words, walks and water, you’ve found your happy place in Herefordshire. Flanked by the Black Mountains on one side and the Malvern Hills on the other, get ready to explore some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Britain. Over 100 miles of the Wye River are navigable to canoes and kayaks, so there’s never a dull moment for outdoor adventurers. Culture vultures should head to world-renowned Hay-on-Wye, home of the famous literary festival, for a mooch around art galleries, eclectic antiques emporia, and countless bookshops. Then steal a glance into estate agents’ windows and see if you can stay in Herefordshire forever.
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.