Photographer's Note

Good Morning Friends,

Here, is the larger Beta version.

This is a photograph of the wonderful trees house in Alnwick Castle Gardens.
It has to be seen to be believed!

The enormous and beautifully crafted tree house is built from sustainably sourced Canadian cedar, Scandinavian redwood and English and Scots pine. It sits high in the treetops in a copse of mature lime trees and looks as if it’s been there forever.
There are walkways in the sky and wobbly rope bridges for bouncing on, all accessible by wheelchair and buggy. On the tree house’s deck there’s the Roost, one of the garden’s education rooms, which shows films and hosts activities at certain times of the year.
At the heart of the treehouse is one of the most beautiful and unique restaurants to be found anywhere in the world. There’s a roaring log fire right in the centre of the room, trees growing through the floor, hand-crafted furniture and screens created from fallen branches. Most importantly, the delicious food is sourced locally.

We were very lucky, when we were there. The weather was unbelievably warm for October and the relatively low sun, was shining right on the tree house.

Thank you for your interest, Bev :-)

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 8752 W: 356 N: 20285] (80191)
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