Brockloch Treehouse, A Cozy Hideaway For Two In The Middle Of Nature
We bring you what may be the most romantic ‘eco’ treehouse in the world: Brockloch Treehouse, a beautiful off-grid treehouse located on a peaceful family farm, in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
Designed as a cozy hideaway for lovebirds looking for romance and privacy in the middle of nature, this treehouse is perched on 11 legs made of larch wood, has more than 50 windows that offer stunning skyline views and is surrounded by native broadleaved trees. The red squirrels are its neighbours.
With a contemporary design and a quirky shape, the structure includes a cozy bedroom, a small but functional kitchen and an ingenious bathroom. The skylights above the bed and the sunken bath allow for stargazing and let the natural light flood in.
Despite being completely ‘off-grid’ it still provides a gas hob, small fridge, composting toilet and walls insulated with wool to keep it warm. Added luxuries of electric lighting and a charging point for your phone are powered by solar panels on the roof.
The Brockloch Treehouse belongs to farmers George and Julie Nicolson and is available for rent. A two-night stay costs £300 and can be booked through Bristol-based get-away specialists Canopy and Stars.
It seems to be the perfect place for couples looking to escape to the country for adventure and romance. Check it out.
photo source: brockloch.co.uk