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Would you like to stay at the UK’s largest tree house in North Devon?

PUBLISHED: 11:17 08 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:17 08 May 2018

The Fox & Hounds Country Hotel

The Fox & Hounds Country Hotel


The luxury tree top escape is nestled in the grounds of The Fox & Hounds Country Hotel in the North Devon countryside

Always fancied living like George of the Jungle or Tarzan but have been put off by the lack of amenities? We may have found just the accommodation you’ve been searching for.

The Fox & Hounds Country HotelThe Fox & Hounds Country Hotel

Constructed in a tree that lies in the six-acre gardens of The Fox & Hounds Country Hotel, this luxury tree house manages to offer unique wilderness living without ever skimping on the bare necessities.

The Fox & Hounds Country HotelThe Fox & Hounds Country Hotel

After exploring the countryside surrounding the River Taw – keep an eye out for otters, salmon, woodpeckers and owls – you can retire back to your elevated escape to cook a dinner which could be enjoyed on the terrace overlooking the fishing lake.

The Fox & Hounds Country HotelThe Fox & Hounds Country Hotel

As night draws in you can relax in the copper bath, enjoy a night cap in the meticulously-appointed lounge before heading to your king size bedroom.

To further paint the picture of what your stay will be like, the video below gives you the perfect look at this most unusual of places to stay.

Prices range from £270 to £425 per night and the property is fully self-catered. Four people can stay at one time and there is a minimum two-night stay at weekends from Jan-March and November and all days from April to October.

For more information and to enquire about availability visit their website.

To find out more about The Fox & Hounds Country Hotel, click here.


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