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The Tree Howf

Braco, near Dunblane, Perthshire and Kinross, Scotland

The Tree Howf sleeps two, with outdoor and indoor cooking facilities, a wood-burner and star gazer, near Dunblane.

The Tree Howf is a romantic and unique glamping tree house that sleeps 2 adults. You can find it on a slice of Scottish heaven near Dunblane - a great spot for exploring central Scotland or sitting back and enjoying the views.

The Tree Howf is on a family farm which also features the Summer Howf, Wee Howf, and the Hobbit Howfs - each secluded - see more information on these under Craighead Howfs. For those further removed from Glamping please see the Muckle Howf - a luxury cottage for 6 with its own sauna and hot tub.

The Tree Howf has been lovingly created by the Father and Son team of the family who are joiners. With privacy and fantastic views overlooking the lochan and the Ochils, you can enjoy this gorgeous setting looking out or from the external fire pit and balcony. There are 2 acres of grounds and gardens to explore and plenty of bird and wildlife to entertain.

Inside, there is a handmade rustic king size bed with soft bed linen and a large star and tree gazing window above the bed. A wood-burning stove with an oven is really quirky but very efficient, plus an antique Belfast sink with hot and cold running water. There is also a luxurious integral hot shower and outdoor Eco-friendly compost WC. Cooking and eating utensils are provided.

Guests also have access to the Wash Howf which has more cooking and washing facilities and a small honesty shop with wood, charcoal and other items.

There is a 2 night minimum stay at £175 per night or £375 for 3 nights. Craighead Howf & Tree Howf are not suitable for children or pets.

The location is approximately 30 miles from both Glasgow and Edinburgh airports.

Tree Howf is available from the end of March until the end of November.

Room Types

Double Ensuite

Nearest Airport/s

Glasgow / Edinburgh