Luxury Chalet on The Jurassic Coast, West Dorset
The Tree House is a luxury timber framed chalet, nestled in to the hillside amongst the trees. Located near to the top of Hardown Hill in the grounds of our family home, it is available to rent for stand-alone breaks or with Zero Balancing sessions included.
The chalet provides an ideal healing retreat to de-stress, relax and rejuvenate and provides a base for exploring the local World Heritage Jurassic Coast area. There are fantastic walks available from the doorstep over National Trust heathland leading to nearby Langdon Woods and the Golden Cap Estate and down to the coast. Sheltered by mature oak, pine and mountain ash, The Treehouse gives the impression of being part of the canopy and sits on piles, slightly raised above ground level. It is evocative of a cosy log cabin but with a contemporary twist including wraparound Millboard burnt cedar decking, Siberian larch cladding and a mix of internal timbers that give a feeling of being connected to nature and bringing the outside in.
The View From Hardown Hill
Lyme Regis Beach
Footpath to the Coast via St Wites Well
A Peaceful Getaway near Lyme Regis
With over 60 square metres of living area and featuring one spacious double bedroom with king sized bed and walk in shower-room, the open plan living, kitchen and dining area has fantastic views over to Charmouth, Lyme Regis and the sea from the large picture windows that open on to the deck. This makes the perfect space to unwind and to experience and receive the full benefits of Zero Balancing and then sleep soundly under the large skylight that sits above the bed and looks out on to the stars. Energy is generated from an air source heat pump with underfloor heating throughout and there is a well-equipped kitchen perfect for self-catering. Dine inside or out on the deck whilst enjoying the sun setting over the Marshwood Vale.
The rear of the property looks out on to secluded woodland creating a cosy winter bolthole which in springtime is surrounded by bluebells and the sights and sounds of local wildlife including deer, badgers, buzzards and owls. There are rare and protected species living on the hill such as Dartford Warblers and Lesser Horseshoes bats and in summer the magical whirring sound of Nightjars can often be heard.