Soak up vineyard views and interiors inspo in a treehouse stay at Wild Escapes, Hampshire

AT Wild Escapes, Hampshire you can stay in a treehouse and relax while you reconnect with nature.

Here you can soak up vineyard views and interiors inspo at these treehouses, each of which boasts a bathtub on its deck, a BBQ, floor-to-ceiling views and a wood burner.


Hidden away on a farm in rural Hampshire – between villages of cute thatched cottages, quaint pastel-coloured towns and babbling brooks – these four stunning treehouses  sit in a patch of woodland overlooking a vineyard.

Each boasts an enormous bathtub on its deck, a beast of a BBQ, floor-to-ceiling views and a wood burner.

Rain showers and achingly cool interiors add to the luxe vibe.

Plus, two of the treehouses have bunk beds, as well as a double, and all are pet-friendly.


Living out our ultimate Japandi dreams, our apartment on stilts came with a lovely welcome hamper of bubbly from the neighbouring vines, goat’s milk soap and locally roasted coffee. 

There are walks aplenty from your doorstep, plus book a vineyard tour and tasting with winemakers Black Chalk to learn more about English sparkling wine and why it gives champers a run for its money. Tours cost from £20 per person (

Just 10 minutes’ drive away is Stockbridge, with its high street of independents – grab moreish picnic pastries for your rambles from food emporium Thyme & Tides, from £3.50 (


In The Perigord treehouse, the lack of curtains in the living room is brave – being the first on the plot, all guests walk past.

And although this place could be perfect for a newborn getaway, the charge of £15 for a baby to stay, when no cot or highchair is offered, is unusual.


You’ll find The Mayfly pub with its beer garden right beside the River Test just a 10-minute stroll away.

Tuck into locally sourced smoked trout with cider dressing, £8.25, and zingy aubergine salad with toasted almonds and piquillo peppers, £11 ( 

A 20-minute drive away is Mottisfont, with its pretty house, incredible walled garden and beaut of a river walk – spy trout jumping as you go. Entry costs £15 per person (

For boutique shops and brunch, hit nearby Winchester, popping into H&B Style for gorgeous interiors ( and Ellie And Bea for beach-chic threads and trinkets (Ellieandbea.

Keep energy levels up with peanut butter sandwich cookies at General Store on The Square, from £3, while also stocking up  in its bursting larder out back.

Meanwhile, Projects Store & Kitchen has indie sellers offering everything from vintage homewares to refillable beauty treats (


Don’t expect Wi-Fi, a TV or radio in your treehouse – you’re here to soak up nature.

Come November, you can try truffle hunting in the woods with Wild Escapes’ founder Will, £30 per person.


Treehouse stays for two at Wild Escapes cost from £274 a night ( 

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