Inside the new Center Parcs’ treehouses – with hot tubs, a sauna and games room

Center Parcs has launched its new luxury treehouses at the Whinfell Forest resort.

And, they’re open for bookings…

The four gorgeous treehouses can sleep up to eight guests – though currently only six people are allowed due to coronavirus guidelines.

Those staying in the cumbrian lodges will enjoy en-suite bathrooms, a large open-plan living area, a kitchen overlooking the forest and a private balcony.

Plus, a cool detached games den for the kids with a pool table and TV.

SkyTV is included in the price alongside free Wi-fi and a bar.

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Usually the fun spot will have games consoles and board games, but these have been removed due to Covid-19.

For grown ups, there’s a secluded outdoor hot tub and sauna – just what we need after a stressful summer.

In normal times, daily housekeeping will be provided, but during the pandemic you’ll be given extra towels sealed in bags and soap and toiletry packs.

At dinner time, the whole family can dine al-fresco on the balcony at a long table with designer-style chairs.

And, when you turn inside there’s a fireplace surrounded by cosy sofas.

There will be no stress around parking as the treehouses come with two parking spots.

Plus, there’s a dedicated treehouse host to make your stay memorable.

For those who love to cook, there’s a fully equipped self-catering kitchen.

While the Whinfell site also boasts a number of eating out options.

These include Bella Italia, The Pancake House, Huck’s American Bar and Grill, Rajinda Pradesh, Strada, Cafe Rouge, Foresters’ Inn, Las Iguanas, Cara’s Kitchen and Bar, The Lakeside Inn and Starbucks.

You can pick up groceries at the Parc Market.

Luxury stays at the treehouse have been available since July this year.

Breaks start from £2,299 for four nights for eight people – thats £71 a night.

To top it all off you’ll be greeted by a welcome hamper and bottle of bubbles upon your arrival.

We’d be straight in the hot tub…

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If you’re looking at booking a Center Parcs’ trip, be aware that there is restricted access to the Subtropical Swimming Paradise due to coronavirus restrictions.

Guests staying for three to four days will only get to book two sessions at the pool lasting two hours.

While those staying for seven nights can book four two hour sessions.

You need to wear your swimwear underwear your clothes to reduce changing time and arrive 15 minutes prior to your slot.

Showers ad dryers are not in operation (so shower back at your lovely treehouse).

Luckily, all the rides and slides are still open.

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