When it comes to original and deliciously different, nobody does quirky places to stay quite like Canopy & Stars, and with their new curated by kids section, it's even easier to find your perfect retreat. So if you’re questing for quaint or searching for stunning, treat yourself to a tour of some of the quirkiest family homes in Europe this summer.
Treetops is a captivating treehouse, so thoughtfully designed into the enormous branches of a 250 year old oak tree, it looks almost organic. Just don’t expect a backwoodsman experience: this artful eyrie is as luxe as it is lovely – the bathroom even has a freestanding, copper bath. Cocoon-like bunks and cute ladders beguile kids to bed, there’s a woodburning stove for cosy evenings, and the outdoor deck is perfect on those sweet summer days Devon does beautifully.
Why families love Treetops Treehouse
Set in the grounds of the Fox and Hounds Country Hotel, you can even escape from driving in this treetop hideaway: Eggesford Station is minutes walk away on the historic Tarka train line which runs between Barnstaple and Exeter.
From £270 per night, based on a family of two adults and two children.