Now on sale for short breaks in 2011, the three brand new Treehouses will take their place in the 400 acres of woodland at Center Parcs Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire. The lavish two-storey Treehouses will feature 4 bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and private balconies, an open plan kitchen, dining and living area, a separate games and entertainment den, sauna and private hot tub.
Each Treehouse is nestled within the heart of the forest making them the perfect woodland sanctuary. Outdoor decking and balconies will provide fantastic views of the surrounding woodland.
Whilst continuing to embody the natural essence of Center Parcs, Treehouses will also offer those special extras to make breaks even more memorable. A personal Treehouse host, dedicated car parking and organic local produce and luxury toiletries are just a few of the added extras that will make the Treehouses the most desirable accommodation at Center Parcs.
In keeping with the surroundings, the Treehouses will have a simple rustic woodland feel. Chestnut brown was used as the core colour after it was identified as the most appropriate colour to blend in with the forest’s natural tones. As ecology and sustainability is paramount to Center Parcs, landscaping work will be kept to a minimum to ensure as little disruption to the woodland area as possible. In fact the Treehouses will be the most sustainable buildings that Center Parcs has ever developed and will feature groundsource heating, grey water recycling from the hot tubs and will achieve an A standard energy efficiency rating.
Treehouses are set to be the perfect short break option for families and groups offering a very special setting in amongst the trees, whilst still taking advantage of the vast array of facilities, activities and familiar ambience present at all Center Parcs villages.
For more information visit http://differentview.centerparcs.co.uk/treehouse.php
Notes to editors
· The four locations across the UK are Sherwood Forest (Nottinghamshire), Elveden Forest (Suffolk), Longleat Forest (Wiltshire) and Whinfell Forest, (Cumbria)
· Center Parcs was awarded the Green Business Award for Biodiversity Protection in 2009
· Center Parcs’ fifth site in Bedfordshire is due to open in 2013, with over 700 new lodges and the usual wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities for all the family to enjoy.
Contact informationJessica Marshall-Pearce, Press Officer
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Notes to Editors
- Center Parcs has five Villages across the UK; Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, Elveden Forest in Suffolk, Longleat Forest in Wiltshire, Whinfell Forest in Cumbria and Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire which opened to guests on 6 June 2014
- As the leader in the UK short break holiday market, Center Parcs regularly achieves average annual occupancy in excess of 97%
- Center Parcs offers weekend, (Friday to Monday) or midweek (Monday to Friday) breaks and welcomes over 1.7 million guests each year, with 96% of guests expressing an intention to return
- The Center Parcs concept is to provide a range of high quality accommodation, shops, restaurants and exceptional leisure facilities, carefully nestled amongst 400 acres of protected forest environment
- This concept originated in Holland in 1967, with the first UK Center Parcs opening in 1987. Center Parcs is now a separate entity in the UK, owned by The Blackstone Group
- Center Parcs has been awarded the following accolades since 2008: the Green Business Award for Biodiversity Protection, Visit Britain 5 Star Rating, Hospitality Assured, Biodiversity Benchmark - Land Management, Carbon Trust Standard, Good Spa Guide Award, ISO14001, Investors in People
- Center Parcs has recently been announced ‘Best Family Holiday Provider’ in the Tommy’s Awards for the eleventh year in a row