Built on stilts high up in the branches of three oak trees, the Woodman's Treehouse in southwest England is a perfect combination of sustainable craftsmanship and luxury design. The incredible treehouse has minimal impact on its immediate surroundings and offers uninterrupted views across the beautiful Dorset woodland.
The structure encompasses and meanders around the tree trunks, but doesn’t touch them at all, thus leaving the existing ecosystem undisturbed. A large boardwalk leads to the main entrance of the tree house, high up among the branches. Though it may seem small, the structure includes an entrance lobby where visitors can leave their coats and muddy boots. The interior features a king-sized bed, a double-ended copper bath and a rotating fireplace.
The original plans to build a spiral staircase that would connect the rear deck to the ground level have been scratched and instead, a stainless steel one-meter-wide slide was installed. The rear deck features a wood-fired pizza oven and barbeque, as well as an outdoor shower. A hot tub and sauna located on the roof deck are accessible via a small spiral staircase.