The treehouse sits peacefully in a secluded spot, with only the main house in sight in the distance at the top of the hill. The treehouse is situated adjacent to a large pond. The pond has a little island with a pair of silver birch trees complete with stepping stones to get you there. You feel completely alone, with just the sounds of the birds, and pond cascades.
The secluded location of the treehouse attracts wildlife, in particular birds, moor hens and resident buzzards. Deer habitually come up the stream and graze near the pond in full view of the treehouse. The treehouse benefits from the dawn rising above the mists Blackmore Vale.