The Old Oak Treehouse is sure to fulfill your childhood dreams of treehouse living in a beautiful location in Essex, England, United Kingdom. The charming cabin building can accommodate up to 2 guests with 1 bedroom, 1 bed, and 1.5 bathrooms. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire treehouse cabin building to yourself. The Old Oak Treehouse has air conditioning and is one of just a few places in the area that has this feature. This treehouse place isn’t suitable for children under 12 and the host doesn’t allow for smoking, pets, or parties. The treehouse has a view of the stunning vista of farmland and countryside and is nestled in the boughs of an ancient oak.
During your vacation stay, you can relax on the veranda of this magical Ongar getaway in the heart of Essex. The treehouse is only a mere 10-minute drive from Epping station, as the day breaks with a chorus of birds and wildlife until the sunsets when you might see deer and rabbits gathering to feed and commune. This treehouse vacation stay is tranquility defined. The treehouse is built within a 500-year-old oak tree and sits within 200 acres of private farmland and meadowland at the end of the Central Line in Epping. The farm is within an hour's commute from central London.
This is a unique vacation experience where you'll enjoy watching the oak branches sway with the wind one moment and the next moment you will be looking out the huge bedside window, stargazing, and listening to the sound of deer's. This is no ordinary treehouse cabin building as you watch the heartbeat of the tree throughout your stay. The treehouse is close to Epping and Ongar if you're feeling energetic. The latter is your best bet for a local shop but if you are looking for a pint, then you'll want to make the 15-minute walk to Toot Hill and stop at The Green Man for fine traditional ale.
The owners are brothers Tim and Pete who can point you in the direction or the area's many attractions, but they are also happy to leave you to yourselves. You'll want to be considerate of noise levels for other guests staying on the farm.
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