There’s A Luxury 35-Foot Treehouse On London’s South Bank And You Can Spend The Night There

Jan 27th 2016 | lifestyle | travel | london | Written by Will Jamieson

Ever wondered what a 35-foot high, luxury treehouse on the bank of the Thames would look like? Well wonder no more as there is one sitting on London's South Bank right now!




Two lucky Londerners have won a stay at this luxurious, South-African inspired pad, courtesy of Virgin Holidays, who ran a competition! The winners will spend a night in these treetop haven and also be treated to a 6-course meal.




The menu includes dishes such as tempura meal worms with induja mayo, shaved ostrich biltong, braised terrine of crocodile and smoked goat fillet with chakalaka sauce.

The treehouse transports guests to the safari plains of South Africa, with tribal prints, a four-poster plush bed and several one-off pieces of African sculpture in a layout by Hubert Zandberg, a South African interior designer based in London.
 


Do not dispair though, there is still the chance to visit the treehouse, as it is open every day this week (from 25th January) between 10am and 6pm.





 

It’s really lovely to have assurance from the company arranging the night that we will be looked after, even after we have paid the money - Charlotte