Romantic treehouses are now available to book at a luxury North Staffordshire hotel

Romantic treehouses are now available to book at North Staffordshire’s brand new boutique hotel – with a night’s stay from £420 for a couple.

The Tawny Hotel, located in Consall Gardens, adds two more room types to its 70-acre estate. The Hillside Treehouses are welcoming the first guests this month, while the even more luxurious Retreat Rooms will be ready in late summer.

In all, there are six Hillside treehouses with views over the Staffordshire countryside. Timber frame buildings clad in cedar and larch, which will age and blend into the landscape over time.

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A Tawny spokesperson said: “Guests who choose one of the six Hillside treehouses will have access to stunning views of the beautiful English countryside, where clever design and use of space provide pure The new tree lodges are located in a mature forest and all the trees that had to be felled for their construction have been used sustainably for biomass The foundation systems have been specifically chosen, as they can be removed without damaging the tree path.

“The lodges themselves are fed by a district heating system, which means that each lodge does not need its own boiler but is fed by an efficient centralized system.”

The outdoor tubs and seating area of ​​the Hillside Treehouses at The Tawny

In August, eight new Retreat Suites – with indoor sunken baths and an outdoor spa bath – will also be available from £560 a night.

The spokesperson added: “A stay in the retreat will provide guests with the utmost luxury. The cedar-clad cabins are designed as the ultimate rural asshole, offering all the seclusion of a country getaway with the Popular central facilities of The Tawny at The Plumicorn just a short walk away.

“The interiors offer a simple, understated design with clean lines and contemporary furnishings, framed by floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the wooded estate. All retreat rooms will have super king-size beds with indoor sunken baths and a spa bath outside so customers can contemplate the starry sky that ends in the evening.”

The freestanding tubs and seating area of ​​the Hillside Treehouses

The two new accommodation types join the Tawny’s existing 55 rooms and suites, which include a mix of shepherd’s huts, valley treehouses, boathouses and the gazebo.

The Tawny is located within the 70 acre Consall Hall Estate. The hotel was launched in July last year and each of its rooms has been inspired by its surroundings to feature a sympathetic design aesthetic, accentuated by luxurious touches that intertwine with the natural surroundings.

The spokesperson said: “In addition to the exciting choice of accommodation, the Tawny Hotel offers a plethora of activities including swimming in the heated outdoor pool, guided nature yoga sessions, embarking on an adventure by hired bike or run wild on the land.Outside the estate you can explore Staffordshire by steam on the Churnet Valley Railway or visit Stoke-on-Trent to try your hand at pottery and create a lasting keepsake to take home.

Artist’s impression of the Retreat suites

“When it’s time to eat, The Tawny offers everything from fine dining in the artfully designed Plumicorn Restaurant, convivial drinks in the Feather-Lounge and casual picnics in the park.”

A one night stay at the Tawny starts from £230 in the Wildwood Huts, £360 in the Lookout, £400 in the Boathouses, £420 in the Treehouses and £560 in a retreat, based on two sharing and including bed and breakfast.

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