You can stay at a fairytale treehouse in Kent – with a wood-fired hot tub and glass dome roof

YOU can spend the night in a fairytale treehouse in Kent inspired by the Enid-Blyton stories.

The Enchanted Faraway Tree, located in Kent, is built entirely with wood, along with a glass domed roof to watch the stars through.

Inside is a log-burner to stay warm as the temperature drops, along with a firepit and wood-fired hot tub.

Thankfully there is also central heating so you won't have to worry about getting too cold when you stay.

Rustic furniture as well as a kitchen are all part of the treehouse charm, and you can climb the stairs to the treetop bedroom.

The private garden features toadstools and animal statues hidden in the trees and bushes to add to the magical feel.

It is located in the village of Blean, with a nearby pub, and is just three miles from the Whitstable beach.

It is also close to Canterbury, as well as walking and cycling trails in the countryside.

Guests can also make the most of the Bose speaker inside, as well as towels and luxury toiletries.

It costs £247 per night, with two-night minimum stays, working out to £123 each.

Sadly kids and dogs are not allowed, with adults-only bookings accepted.

While October is fully booked, there is still availability in November and December, making it the perfect location for a Christmas or New Year break.

Other fairytale locations you can rent for the night include a castle tower in Wales, with a pink princess bedroom at the very top.

Snow White fans can stay in a cottage inspired by the fairytale in Wales for just £31 per person, per night, with alpacas in the grounds.

Or, you can rent an entire castle for you and your friends.

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