Playtime Treehouse

Location: Perthshire

Form of Contract: Private Terms

The Playtime Treehouse is a magical little treehouse filled with secrets and surprises to delight every child that enters it! Perfectly positioned in a magnificent garden in Perthshire, the treehouse has been designed with a mixture of softwood boards, waney-edge timber and Cedar shingle cladding, to add to the natural beauty of the mature trees amongst which it is perched.

Fun and adventures abound when you enter the Playtime Treehouse…

Fun and adventures abound when you enter the treehouse, from the secret room filled with brightly coloured balls, a climbing wall and trap door to the adjacent tree platform and zip-wire deck, offering an adrenalin-filled ride down the garden and through the trees beyond, guaranteed to keep the children entertained for hours on end.

The Playtime Treehouse is filled with secrets and surprises to delight every child that enters it!

The mezzanine level offers a perfect space sleepover parties or to relax after a fun-filled day spent clambering up and down all the different levels of the treehouse and enjoying the variety of additional play elements on offer such as the cargo nets, fireman’s pole, slide and swings. Whichever element of this magical little Playtime Treehouse is explored, excitement, enjoyment and adventure are guaranteed!

 

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