Cornwall is England’s sunniest county: full of dew-sparkled hills, Arthurian moors, and villages resting by the fishing boat bobbing sea. It’s a popular destination and why not stay in a treehouse while you’re there?
Named after the feisty local birds, Tree Sparrow House is a compact wooden dwelling resting in a tree two meters above the ground. There is a kitchen, mezzanine bedroom, and electricity so your stay is safe and comfy. It is the perfect base to explore the Lizard Peninsula and its miles of coastline. There are sandy beaches, rocky beaches, and salt-blasted cliffs. It’s a favorite destination for thick-wetsuited surfers who you can see running ruddy-cheeked in the breakwater.
Visit the villages and pubs to quaff pints of ale and eat warm pies. There are day parks for kiddies, walking trails, and castles to visit. Come here to visit the best of Britain.