Relax, recharge and rejuvenate within nature


Your own private woodland awaits...

Enter a beautiful private woodland in mid-Norfolk, where Panford Beck Treehouse waits to wow you. The design wraps gorgeous modern comfort in a simple, natural style, letting you lose yourself effortlessly in the peace of your surroundings. There’s a king-size bed, sofa by the wood burner, a modern kitchen and a bathroom with a deep double-ended tub, but the space doesn’t end there.

Take your lounging and your lunching al fresco, with two balconies to choose from, a hammock strung up in the trees, the hot tub for long leisurely steams and the fire pit for wild cooking or ending the day with the gentle crackle of flames and the stars of the dark sky coming out above you.

What's Included

  • Three acres of private woodland to explore
  • Log burning stove with kindling provided
  • Two balconies to choose from
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Deep double-ended bath, shower and toilet
  • Wood fired hot tub
  • Hammock
  • Smart TV
  • Heating, lighting & bedding
  • Fire pit with grill and BBQ tools
  • WiFi
  • Welcome Hamper

Your hosts, Helen & Steven

In the early 2000s, Helen and Steven planted trees across four acres of their land to mark the birth of their first child. As part of their loving stewardship of the land, those trees have grown into the beautiful private woodland where Panford Beck Treehouse waits to wow you.

Helen and Steven created Panford Beck to introduce people to the area they love. They’ve taken every care to source locally, from some of the furnishings in the treehouse to the treats in the welcome hamper. It’s part of their wider project to nurture their land and community wherever possible. They ask that you enjoy the woodland but take care around the arable land and avoid the wildflower meadow when it’s in flower from May to October. There’s still plenty of space to wander though, and they can point out lovely wildlife trails or days out from beach trips to National Trust gardens. They’re more than happy though, to leave you with the binoculars, bird books and board games, and let you completely unwind into nature.

Woodpecker eating nuts next to the Treehouse

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