Wolds Edge Holiday Lodges offer a real taste of Yorkshire village life, with fantastic facilities for cyclists, walkers and holidaymakers allowing for a perfect, peaceful, tranquil escape.
Set in the beautiful village of Bishop Wilton, only 12 miles from the historic City of York and a stones throw from the Yorkshire Wolds Way, this family run business was established in 2011 by Ruth Rowland and her family.
Says Ruth Rowland: “The idea evolved from a desire to share the beautiful, unspoilt Yorkshire Wolds and surrounding rural area with like minded people who want to enjoy the outdoors and take time away from their busy lives. Our vision and enthusiasm has enabled us to lovingly transform a small rural field into a national award winning collection of luxury self catering accommodation: luxurious lodges, gold star glamping Snug Huts and now the opening of this unique Treehouse.”
The setting of Wolds Edge has been carefully and lovingly designed around existing planting and topography. The accommodation has been built sympathetically ensuring it compliments the environment and its natural surroundings, using locally sourced material and trades.
The Treehouse, is the latest romantic accommodation to be added to this rural getaway and has ben built with help from The European Rural Development Programme: Europe investing in rural areas of tourism. Climbing to new heights up the spiral staircase, this lavish Treehouse has a king size bed, en suite with shower, kitchen and an open plan living room with large flatscreen TV, all beautifully designed and decorated. Outside on the deck guests will find their very own hot tub and the etched glass balustrade is the perfect place to survey the wildlife and enjoy stunning views over the beautiful countryside.
“It has been my passion since childhood to build a treehouse and I’m so excited see it completed – a dream come true” explains Ruth Rowland.
Now open for bookings prices start from £480 for two nights. Sleeps two and is for over 18’s only.
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