Inspired by magical memories of childhood stories, the Enchanted Faraway Tree gives a grown-up twist to escapist adventure. This captivating hideaway boasts a one-of-a-kind treehouse pod, complete with a glass-domed ceiling, soft blankets, and plush cushions, where you can fall asleep under the stars and wake up refreshed beneath a canopy of fluttering leaves. The enchanted faraway tree also boasts a private wood burning hot tub, fire pits and outside shower.
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Inspired by magical memories of childhood stories, the Enchanted Faraway Tree gives a grown-up twist to escapist adventure.
This captivating hideaway boasts a one-of-a-kind treehouse pod, complete with a glass-domed ceiling, soft blankets, and plush cushions, where you can fall asleep under the stars and wake up refreshed beneath a canopy of fluttering leaves.
Pootle back down the paddle stairs and you’ll find a cute mini cooking range ready to fire up for breakfast. There’s a log burner too to keep you cosy and the comforting back-up of central heating (so reconnecting with Mother Nature is an absolute breeze).
The magic continues outside in the secluded garden with a twin open-air shower to get you ready for the day and a wood-fired hot tub to help you unwind at the end of it. There’s a BBQ for dining alfresco too plus a fire pit for toasting marshmallows as you toast your own good fortune for finding such a brilliant bolt hole.
The Enchanted Faraway Tree is the perfect place to escape reality and indulge in a digital detox. Yet the ancient Blean Woodlands - the largest in Kent – are just a short walk away and there are plenty of nearby villages to explore and keep you stocked up on delicious local produce. Please note, there is no TV or WiFi to get in the way of you getting unwound.
Please note that this property is for adults only so children will not be accepted. dogs are not permitted at this property.
The Surrounding area
This Secret Hideaway is located between Whitstable and Canterbury, next door to the very popular Druidstone Wildlife Park. Although it feels tucked away, there is a family-friendly pub, the Royal Oak, just five minutes walk along the road and all the many attractions of Kent are on your doorstep.
It may be tempting to sink into your private hot tub and stay there, but Kent, otherwise known as the garden of England, is a beautiful county with a huge amount to offer.
Discover Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral or the stunning gardens at Sissinghurst, or visit some of the glorious beaches at Deal, Broadstairs and Folkestone.
You could go walking along the North Downs Way or the Greensand Way, perhaps the best way to enjoy the landscape, or you could tour Biddenden vineyards and explore some of the many art galleries and boutiques.
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Private Wood burning Hot tub
Wood burning range cooker
Twin Outside hot water Shower
Linen & Towels Inc
Private secluded Garden
Bose Bluetooth Speaker
Parking for 1 car