The Treetop Dining treehouse, built and designed by Blue Forest, has a light, airy feel and charming views. The Treetop Dining treehouse, built and designed by Blue Forest, is roofed with weathered cedar shingles.  The Treetop Dining treehouse, built and designed by Blue Forest, is built round a 300 year-old oak tree. The treetop dining treehouse, built and designed by Blue Forest, has a wicker basket on a pulley for bringing up supplies. The Treetop Dining treehouse, built and designed by Blue Forest, is reached by a wide spiral staircase.

Treetop Dining Tree House

  • Tree House – Hideaway & Retreat

    Location: Surrey

    Form of Contract: Individual terms

    Built round a 300-year-old oak the 15ft long, oval-shaped, treetop dining tree house is reached by a  wide spiral staircase that sweeps round the girth of the tree.

    There is a ‘curvy’ bespoke oak table that seats 12, a selection of chairs with cushions and a wicker basket on a pulley to bring up supplies to the treetop dining tree house.  Although roofed with nicely weathered cedar shingles, the sides are open to the elements, giving the structure a light airy feel and affording wonderful views, particularly in the evenings.

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