Dazzle is the perfect spot to get away from it all, with its unusual camouflage design inspired by the patterns used to conceal WW1 ships and mislead the enemy. A gangplank walkway, rooftop funnels, yacht deck floors, and a central glass spine extend the ship theme, guiding your eye out towards a prow-shaped deck and a slender alder tree. The fully equipped kitchen leads to the back deck, which features a hot tub and a cargo net daybed hung above the stream and protected by an oak canopy. You can truly embrace all things al fresco with your own hot tub, BBQ, and pizza oven. A wood-burning stove connects the sitting room and bedroom, and an ensuite shower room (with proper flushing loo) completes the luxury treetop hideaway. There is a small honesty shop onsite with many varieties of local cider, and locally-made charcoal for your barbecue as well as the pizza dough. It really is a luxury getaway all year round.
What makes a stay at Dazzle Treehouse unique?
Escape to a beautiful West Country woodland to relax, unwind, and recharge. Choose from award-winning treehouses, handcrafted yurts, tipis, and shepherd's huts, all of which are self-contained nests for two with their own facilities (and no kids!). The Woodland Retreat is the result of years of evolution and craftsmanship, with each of the one-of-a-kind spaces built by hand. Enjoy the perfect back-to-nature break with all the home comforts, including your own private deck, en suite flushing loo, tree shower, and wood-fired pizza oven.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Lyme Regis area?
Dazzle Treehouse is located in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Dorset. The region is popular with nature lovers because it has numerous walking and cycling trails, as well as a diverse landscape that includes chalk downs, steep limestone ridges, and low-lying clay valleys. The AONBs of the Blackdown Hills and East Devon are also only a short drive away.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Tytherleigh Arms, a favourite of the owners, is a few miles away from Mallinson's and is a popular Sunday lunch spot.