Trunkquillity Treehouse

Stretton Sugwas, near Hereford, Herefordshire, England

Top quality lakeside treehouse with HOT TUB for self-catering. Nr Hereford, views to the Brecon Beacons. Romantic for 2, but can add 2 kids + dog.

The Quirky Tour

Climb up into the trees to enjoy the view through branches to the neighbouring fishing lake from your treehouse terrace.

The light and reflections are especially pretty at sunrise and sunset. This unique stay is great for a self catering holiday with full kitchen.

Jess' visit on 19th January during The Quirky Tour 2023

Key Points

  • Bespoke bathroom and hand-built kitchen - up a tree!
  • Enjoy a dip in the hot tub under the treehouse.
  • Climb the spiral staircase to the bedroom and enjoy the views from the balcony across the lake and to the Welsh mountains beyond.
  • 2 extra guests can be added on the sofabed in the living room.
  • Romantic for 2, but suitable for up to 4 / families - and your dog. Also great for fisherman who wish to make use of the lake.
  • Although in a pretty rural location with wildlife, some road noise may be heard across the 7 acre private lawn alongside the treehouse.

Special Offer

Any stay in March 2023 dicounted by 15% (price shown includes the discount)

Stays of 4 nights or more are discounted at 10%  


Trunkquillity is a real luxury treehouse built high up amongst the treetops with a new HOT TUB sat underneath it alongside a swinging chair. It is located in the beautiful Wye Valley, close to the city of Hereford yet a million miles away and with the Brecon Beacons in view. An ideal romantic break for 2, although an additional 2 children (or 1 adult) can be accommodated with the use of the sofabed in the sitting room. This is a dog-friendly property. Fishing is included here on the private lake.

There is no compromise on comfort here as there is a bespoke bathroom with flushing toilet and power shower and a contemporary hand-built kitchen with full-size fridge/freezer, induction hob and fan assisted oven...A breakfast bar has 2 leather bar stools.

The open plan living space has hardwood polished flooring and a leather sofa bed that can sleep 2. There is a TV/DVD and Hi-Fi system, mood lighting and USB charging points. From the living room, patio doors take out to a large decked area with views over the lake and great for stargazing on a clear night.

Up a petite spiral staircase is the glass balconied bedroom for 2 with space and furniture to make yourself at home. The views are exquisite across the lake or to the west the Welsh mountain views.

Trunkquillity Treehouse is in a coppice/wooded area and is a focal point of local wildlife which can easily be enjoyed from the balcony. If you wish to fish the legendary lake on your doorstep you can do so free during your stay. Bring your own equipment and adhere to the rules regarding the preservation of this environment.

The hot water system is powered using electric hot water units for the sinks. These give warm water as set by guidelines to protect children, but water can be boiled by the kettle also.

The reworked roman road sees a higher volume of traffic than it did when built all those years ago so the owners wish to make it clear they cannot be held liable for any traffic noise from the road which is separated from the treehouse by a 7-acre private lawn area which you cross to gain access.

You will notice the owners have paid attention to detail to ensure you have a wonderful stay at Trunkquillity Treehouse. Wellies for your use, a CD collection, board games...

Full week bookings can be booked with arrival on a Saturday. Please note there is a minimum stay of 2 nights, 3 nights over a bank holiday. 

Enquire about chartering a flight to Shobdon airfield in Herefordshire. If you have always dreamed of taking to the skies then the owners can help you take the next step. They are lucky enough to have a Heli pad on site, and aircraft available. To bring your future in aviation to your doorstep simply ask for more details when enquiring about these helicopter flight experiences. 

See information about fishing in the FAQs below.

Arrival from 4pm and departure by 11am.

Dogs are welcome without charge.

Map locator is approximate.


Room Types




 Not suitable for those with mobility issues



 Hot water







 Fairy lights



 Hot water bottles

 Plug sockets

 Sofa bed

Paid Extras









 Dining area

 Fairy lights

 Seating area

Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Country walks

 Lake / River

 Local shop

 Pub within walking distance



 Board games

 DVD player

 Mobile - Strong mobile signal


 Sound system



 Private Hot Tub

On Arrival

 Included - Linen

 Included - Towels

Safety & Security

 Deep Covid-19 clean

 Fire blanket

 Fire extinguisher

 First aid kit

 Smoke alarm


 Coffee machine

 Condiments & Oil






 Kitchenware / Utensils



 Tea & Coffee



 Free parking



 Set alone

 Small site (2-4 accoms)


Can I bring my dog?

Yes dogs are welcome free of charge at the treehouse but are not permitted on the furniture.

Are children welcome?

Yes children are welcome at the treehouse, but we ask that only children over the age of 5 use the hot tub.

Can I fish in the lake?

Yes, you can fish in the lake. Please bring your own equipment. The lake has carp, perch, barble and silver fish. It is course fishing with no barb hooks to be used. For bait you can use whatever you like but as its a natural feed lake worm and maggots are best. The lake is only used for guests, not open to the public to use, so fish are not over caught. Carp range from babies to 30lb, Chub again from babies to 7.5lb. The lake is kept up to date with new fish yearly added

Nearest Airport/s

Cardiff / Bristol / Shobdon

Content updated on 3rd March 2023 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Helen Price from Trunkquillity Treehouse