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Escape to the great outdoors with The Treehouses at Lanrick
Escape to The Treehouses at Lanrick – five eco-friendly luxury treehouses on the banks of the beautiful River Teith in Perthshire
The Treehouses at Lanrick offer true escapism in a stunning and private woodland setting, bordering the Trossachs National Park, yet only an hour from both Glasgow and Edinburgh. If you’re looking to switch off from the outside world and find peace and tranquility living amongst beautiful trees and the wide variety of birds and wildlife they are home to, The Treehouses at Lanrick is the perfect solution.
The five self-catering treehouses are designed and styled to an exceptional standard with distinctive interiors, creating five unique hideaways. These luxury retreats include log burning stoves, a tree top terrace and outside baths. And the brand new woodland sauna and cold plunge pool, along with the chance for a Swedish massage, ensure guests have the most spoiling of stays.
The conservation of this special woodland and wider area has been a huge priority when creating these hideaways. Wherever possible The Treehouses at Lanrick have been made from timber grown on the property thus minimising our carbon footprint. Each of the treehouses has a unique design and concept with special hand-crafted tables, upcycled furniture and luxury fabrics. Air source heating and wood burning stoves create a cosy environment, making The Treehouses at Lanrick a year-round destination too.
The Treehouses at Lanrick is the perfect off-grid location for those wanting to escape to nature, with stunning woodland and scenic river walks, biking, picnics, salmon and trout fishing, all available on the doorstep.
For those looking to explore a little, the Treehouses are located just four miles from the breathtaking Trossachs National Park, which offers mountain climbing, mountain biking, canoeing, wild swimming and boat trips on Loch Lomond. Doune Castle, Stirling Castle, Blair Drummond safari park and Deanston Distillery are all within ten miles too and world-renowned Gleneagles and Loch Lomond golf course are also a short distance away.
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