Who needs a fairytale book when you've got a woodland-themed treehouse hidden in the UK?
The Faraway Treehouse in Cumbria is tucked away in the woodlands to give a magical experience.
There are beds designed to look like they're part of tree trucks, twinkling lights and green vines winding around the furniture.
Also there's a roll top bath which overlooks the green trees and picturesque landscape.
It's definitely got everything for a seriously cosy stay, from a woodburner stove to a large balcony.
And with a nearby pond, there's also an opportunity to enjoy the local wildlife too.
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The property has floor-to-ceiling windows so you can feel fully immersed in the landscape and there's curtains too for privacy.
This snug treehouse is perfect for two adults, but there's bunk beds available for the kids if you fancy bringing them along.
In the evenings, guests can light the wood-burner and cuddle up on the sofa while taking in the views.
Prices aren't so terrifying either as it starts from £165 per night on Canopy & Stars.
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