Following the huge popularity of Treehouse accommodation at Sherwood Forest, Elveden Forest and Longleat Forest, Center Parcs has announced that three brand new Treehouses are being built at Woburn Forest to be ready for families autumn 2018, one of which is specially adapted for wheelchair access.
Set amongst 400 acres of Bedfordshire woodland, the Treehouses have been designed to embrace the forest, which is reflected throughout the interior. A spiral staircase winding round a faux tree trunk is central to the layout and details such as floor to ceiling retractable doors, a large outdoor terrace, smoked oak timber walls and oak planked floor all help to incorporate the surroundings and create a true forest experience for families.
Suitable for up to eight guests, there will be plenty of room to spend time together in luxury, with three large stylish bedrooms situated on the lower level; one double room with en-suite bathroom and two twin rooms with en-suite shower-rooms. On the upper level of the Treehouse, the master suite will offer a secluded escape for relaxation after a busy day. All four bedrooms will have their own private balconies, accessible through full height, sliding glass doors.
The living area will be a great space for the whole family, with a beautiful fireplace – the perfect area to share stories from the adventures that day. In the dining area, an eight person dining table will make for a good setting for long lunches and ambient dinners and beyond the dining area a daybed will be a quiet retreat to curl up for story time.
Each Treehouse will be decked out with the latest technology including a plasma TV mounted above the fireplace in the central living area and iPod docks throughout. The open kitchen will be fully equipped with an integrated microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer, oven and wine cooler. A chalk board on the dividing wall between the kitchen and daybed adds a playful element to the space.
For the ultimate indulgence, Treehouse guests will have a large hot tub and sauna on the outside terrace to enjoy, and the surrounding trees provide natural cover. A dedicated entertainment room called a ‘Games Den’ is to be situated in a separate section of the structure, which can be reached by a bridge from the main terrace.
This style of accommodation even comes with its own Treehouse host, on call if you need anything during your stay. With a gorgeous, locally sourced welcome pack on arrival and bikes already delivered, it’s the most indulgent bolt hole you can have at Center Parcs.
For more information, please visit: http://www.centerparcs.co.uk/accommodation/treehouses
Prices for short breaks in this style of accommodation start from £2,599, prices correct at this time, please check www.centerparcs.co.uk for pricing information.
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
- 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 more than 2.2 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.
- Center Parcs has been announced ‘Best Family Friendly UK Holiday Provider’ in the Tommy’s Awards for the fourteenth year in a row.