Spread over two storeys, it’s nestled in a 250-year-old oak in the grounds of a country hotel.
It boasts a cosy and spacious living area with a log-burning fire.
French doors can be flung open to provide uninterrupted views of the fishing lake below and a forest beyond.
There is also a fully-fitted kitchen and dining area, while a deep tin bath forms the centrepiece of the bathroom.
The master bedroom allows two guests to relax in comfort.
Bunk beds provide the remaining accommodation.
The Treetops Treehouse hideaway – which will set you back £270 a night – is located in the grounds of the Fox & Hounds Country Hotel in Eggesford, Devon.
Owner Tara Culverhouse said: “The treehouse is four years old now, it is truly unique and the largest of its kind in the UK and suitable for anyone at all.
“It is actually built into the crown of the oak tree so the branches form part of its design.
"It was one of the first UK treehouses and is still the only true treehouse which can fit a family of four comfortably.
“The sofa seat in the lounge area actually hides a bough from the oak tree that the conservation order prevented from any pruning!
“The treehouse sits right next to a fishing lake to practice fly fishing before heading just 100 meters to the River Taw to fish for brown trout, salmon and sea trout.
“The Tarka Trail walking network is very close by and we are surrounded by forest with magnificent Douglas fir trees over 50 meters high.”
It comes as holidaymakers are being offered an out-of-this-world glamping experience in a flying saucer.
The unique pad in Redberth, Pembrokeshire, comes with flashing LED lights and a smoke and fog machine.
Owner Toby Rhys-Jones said the UFO bolt-hole took three years and £100,000 to build but is now ready for sci-fi-loving guests wanting their own alien adventure.
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