Escape to Narnia Tree House

Location: Suffolk

Form of Contract: Private Terms

This truly magnificent tree house was initially showcased at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018 but after a few adjustments and additions it is now beautifully nestled within the client’s garden!

Step into a world of magical splendour  …

The two storey tree house, finished in premium grade Cedar has been designed and hand-crafted to exceptional standards. As you ascend the spiral staircase you are welcomed onto a magnificent deck complete with sunken fire-pit, a fireman’s pole, zip wire and an additional rope bridge which leads you to a satellite deck which has it’s won climbing net.

The tree house itself is spectacular, filled with hidden treasures such as fairy lights in the ceiling, intricate rope work, a wood burning stove, cosy sunken window seat and of course the magnificent Narnia wardrobe.

As you open the wardrobe doors you are transported into Narnia  …

Upstairs, you are transported into the wonderful world of Narnia. As you open the ornate wardrobe doors and pull aside the heavy fur coats, the elaborate 11m slide is revealed, and you are whisked away out of the tree house and into the garden below! This Escape to Narnia Tree House offers sheer delight for both young and old. Whilst the adults enjoy cocktails either nestled alongside the wood-burning stove, or on the magnificent deck and sunken fire-pit outside, the children can be entertained in the wonderful space provided upstairs before climbing through the wardrobe to explore the many adventure play items outdoors.


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