Turns out, they’re a pretty fantastic company. They’re 52% employee-owned and 24% a charitable trust; and sustainability is at the core of their business: “By working with owners who build and live sustainably, and encouraging people to appreciate the natural world, we can be a part of preserving our environment.”
Their website has it all: treehouses, cabins, yurts, gypsy caravans, safari tents, tipis and ‘unusual places to stay on wheels’. Think glamping, but without the festival. I managed to find the perfect treehouse for two, nestled away in the trees in Somerset. I scanned through the information to note that there was a kitchen equipped with a two point cooker, kettle and toaster. Entertainment included a chest of board games and WiFi was not available. PERFECT.
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