What a fantastic treat for a family of four. Stay in a genuine – and very stylish – treehouse in the stunning Snowdonia National Park in Wales. Not only will you be staying in your own private dwelling-in-the-trees, you access your temporary home via a rope bridge!

What a treat for the kids (not to mention the adults – I’d be imagining myself as Tarzan – well, Jane rather, during the stay). 😉

This is a real adventure for all the family and the Snowdonia area is simply beautiful. If you’re a family who enjoys the outdoors, walking, hiking, nature, photography and so on, you’ll love this area and your treehouse home.

The treehouse sleeps four – there a large  double bed for mum and dad and luxurious bunk beds for the two kids. The treehouse is sophisticated in its decor but to add to your adventure, it’s off the grid.

There’s a wood-burning stove that heats the water and it has a good-sized hotplate for cooking. You’ll use solar lights and wind-up lamps in the evening. There’s even a composting toilet and I can assure you that these are highly sanitary and not in the least bit stinky – forget those old fashioned camping toilets.

Click here for details of this eco-friendly adventure.




JJ is originally from the UK and has lived in South Florida since 1994. She is the founder and editor of JAQUO Magazine. You can connect with her using the social media icons below.

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