Inside the dreamy fairytale treehouses that could be opening in the UK

If your kids love fairytales, then you may want to keep an eye out for a host of brand new treehouses that could be opening soon in the UK.

Hotel group Signature Living has unveiled its proposals to build a series of breathtaking wooden cabins tucked away into treetops, and they're the stuff of storybooks.

The treehouses would be nestled into the woodlands around Rainhill hall in Merseyside, a property which the group acquired last year.

To offer a taste of what guests could expect, the company has revealed a host of artists' impressions – and they really do look like something straight out of once upon a time.

Expect cosy wooden interiors, freestanding bath tubs with direct views of the lush green scenery, and spacious outdoor decks with wicker furniture for that ultimate 'countryside retreat' feel.

Think the Swiss Family Robinson's efforts, but with a bit more luxury. (After all, you'll get a king size bed, jacuzzi bath and a private bar area too).

Oh, and for an extra magical ambiance, they also plan to fit in heaps of LED lights to make for a pretty pathway amidst the trees and gardens.

Of course at this moment they're still very much in the planning stages, but if granted planning permission by St Helens Council planners, Signature Living could look to start building them soon.

After all, it currently aims to re-open the Grade II listed Rainhill Hall as a luxury wedding venue and hotel in 2020.

Company Chairman, Lawrence Kenwright, said: "Hosting woodland weddings in the stunning grounds of Rainhill Hall will be a first for the North of England.

"Our proposals – transforming the venue into a magical wedding and events space, helping to create a show-stopping experience – are aimed at putting this historic site firmly back on the map.

"The hall itself, which has been left empty for five years, will be lovingly restored not only to give the building a new lease of life, but to provide luxury accommodation which will help bring in much needed tourism.

"I believe a living wall, together with Hansel and Gretel style log cabins, will ensure Rainhill becomes one of the UK’s top destinations to tie the knot."

Read More

Countryside escapes

  • Best UK holiday parks
  • Britain's best B&Bs for 2018
  • Top 100 walks for 2018
  • Village of the Year 2018

Source: Read Full Article