Chewton Glen Treehouses


The Telegraph says: A traditional country house hotel with a set of contemporary treehouse suites in its grounds. The hotel is also home to a world-class spa and an award-winning restaurant. Service is traditional but the hotel is still fun for families. Chewton Glen is a place of many parts, all of them wholeheartedly luxurious. read more
Country & Townhouse says: One of the country’s finest hotels, Chewton Glen has seamlessly moved with the times since it opened over 50 years ago. The eight-bedroom house, where Captain Marryat wrote Children of the New Forest, has gradually expanded to become a 72-room bastion of luxury, with gorgeous bedrooms, lavish spa, nine-hole golf course, croquet lawn and children’s club. read more
Harpers Bazaar says: Chewton Glen really does have it all. Set in 130 acres of lush green countryside, the hotel's perfectly manicured grounds border the New Forest yet are still within walking distance to the beach. It feels very much like being in the middle of nowhere, but the stylish seaside towns of Christchurch and Lymington are minutes drive away. read more




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