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Fairytale Tree House

  • Tree House – Bespoke Luxury

    Location: Scotland

    Form Of Contract: Individual Terms

    We’ve brought fantasy to life with the Fairytale Tree House – and added a touch of bespoke luxury.

    Located in a picturesque garden among the rolling hills of a Scottish estate, this two story tree house is an adventure play area rivalling even some real castles.

    It is finished with turreted roofs for both the main structure and side turret, visible as they peek through the leaves.

    The Fairytale Castle features a zip wire and climbing wall

    When the kids aren’t exploring the turret or getting lost in their imaginations, they have a host of children’s play equipment to take advantage of. Like the rope bridge linking the raised decking that surrounds the castle to a secondary tree deck.

    An exciting zip wire runs from the tree deck across the lawn. Besides the zip wire the kids can choose from the slide, fireman’s pole, rope ladder or (for the timid) the conventional wood stairs.

    There is even a climbing wall to take advantage of!

    No castle would be complete without a secret trap door

    Whilst the play area offers exciting outdoor entertainment, the tree house features another secret to discover indoors.

    Beyond the charming dark red wood front door with its small, arched window, is a ladder which leads up to a secret trap door and into a brilliant upstairs hideaway. The perfect escape for small people to dream big.

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