Treehouses are a great way to add on to your current home, and even better if you want to find a way to get the kids out of the house. But what if you want to escape for awhile? This treehouse hideaway in Whitstable Cantebury, Kent is a unique experiential escape that you can book your stay in.
Built by Chris Whalley in England, the home is the tallest habitable tree home in the country. Not to mention each piece of wood in the interior is completely original by having washed up on the beach and collected at one point or another. The structure itself is a couple of hexagonal modules that are attached to two large tree trunks. Inside, the square footage allows for one bedroom, bathroom, a kitchen, living space and hot tub to boot.