With my wedding less than a week away I can’t help but start to get excited about our week away afterwards. If you are on the hunt for an unusual honeymoon spot then The Treehouse at Kinlochlaich House in Scotland might be the place for you.
The Tree House is a unique octagonal eco building, perched above the ground overlooking a woodland burn on the west coast of Scotland. Outside its walls are rendered in natural lime, it has a traditional slate roof and arched windows. At its centre is a dramatic tree trunk that supports the roof.
There is a double bedroom with kingsize bed and beautiful views down the burn, a living room which looks up into the stunning roof space and the spiral oak staircase.
You can also go out through the French doors and onto the private deck nestled amongst the treetop canopy – sounds like a pretty special place to enjoy breakfast.
Kinlochlaich House and The Treehouse are run by the Hutchinson family – Donald and Susie and their daughter Fiona. Susie tells me that they are close to the picturesque village of Port Appin and Castle Stalkers, a romantic castle on a rocky islet. For more information contact Susie at email@example.com or on 01631 730 342.
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