This Treehouse In West Cork Comes With A Hot Tub

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If you’ve spent any time in the unique Irish accommodation section of this website, you’ll know that we’ve a thing for quirky places to stay.

From quirky places to glamp to unusual Airbnbs, the funkier and more unique the place the better!

Today, we’re heading out to West Cork to see a swanky treehouse that sleeps two. Now, if you’re thinking eh, I’ve seen plenty of treehouses to rent in Ireland, pal, hold on a minute.

Yes, this is a treehouse. But it’s not any old treehouse… It’s a treehouse in West Cork with a hot tub!

Welcome to Cottages for Couples

west cork treehouse from the outside

You’ll find this treehouse in one of my favourite corners of Ireland – West Cork – where it goes toe-to-toe with some of the best hotels in Cork.

Nestled in the branches of spruce pines, this is a little bit of quirky luxury to base yourself in as you explore the beauty that lays all around you in West Cork.

This rental boasts luxury combined with nature and has been constructed 100% from sustainable materials, leaving no carbon footprint.

Related read: Check out our guide to 47 of the best things to do in Cork in 2021 (hikes, walks, drives and more)

What to expect from a stay here

west cork treehouse

So, a stay at Cottages for Couples is no ordinary self-catering experiences – this is a magical creation that’s also completely eco-friendly.

Constructed from sustainable materials, this treehouse leaves zero carbon footprint and you get into it via some tree-trunks that act as steps.

When you enter the treehouse, you’ll discover a quirky interior with some luxurious features. Then, as you ramble out to the porch area, you’ll discover the big aul hot tub.

How the host describes it

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‘The living, sleeping, dining area is all open plan. The double bed in the purple zone looks across to the roll-top bath and the lounge/diner is further on. The dining table is great for two but extends for when you want to invite friends to dinner or just for drinks on the deck.

There’s satellite TV, a DVD player, broadband (subject to network accessibility) and a bluetooth speaker. Through the French doors you walk on to a large deck overlooking the West Cork countryside.

Here you’ll find your own, private two-person Canadian hot-tub, chairs and a table. You’ll be drawn to this area both day and night. It has a magical quality and there’s something wonderful about being up in the trees, at one with nature.’

How much a night here set you back

west cork treehouse to rent

You can find out more on their website (we’re in no way affiliated with these lads, I just thought it looked class!), but here’s a little gander at the pricing (prices may change):

Per Week Per Week Midweek Night
January – April €995 €169  
May – June €995 €169  
July – August €995 €169  
September €995 €169  
October – December €995 €169  

 

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I was born in a quiet corner of a Gaeltacht on the Dingle Peninsula. Over the years, I've explored Ireland far and wide, from the wilds of West Clare to the shores of Sherkin. Particularly fond of heritage, history and hikes (and words beginning with 'H', apparently...).

5 COMMENTS

  1. I am looking to book two nights in October the 2nd until the 4th just wondering about availability and price

  2. hi I’m deaf can’t ring hope u can email me or text 0868369587 qe would love stay two night weekend Oct what available with two kids

    • Hi Paul – You’d have to go through the company that owns the treehouse. You’ll find a link in the article above (they’re called Cottages for Couples). Cheers – Keith

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