Chewton Glen’s New Treetop Accommodations

Relais & Chateaux’s Chewton Glen, a 58-room country hotel in Hampshire, England, is bringing guests closer to nature with a set of six new tree-house lodges lining New Forest National Park. Each of the elevated eight-person accommodations is divided into two suites, which may be reserved by a single group (from $2,095 per night) or by separate groups (from $960 per night). Each suite has its own kitchenette, fireplace, balcony, and hot tub overlooking the forest. The tree houses are completely secluded: Guests have breakfast delivered to their doors each morning, and may opt to have all other meals delivered as well. A unique selection of spa treatments is available to tree-house guests in-suite, and guests may access Chewton Glen’s wider range of amenities, which include a nearly 22,000-square-foot spa, horseback and bike riding, cooking classes, trips to Stonehenge, and more. (+44.1425.275.341, www.chewtonglen.com)

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