In the northern acres of Brook House Woods, suspended between ash and oak trees above a sea of bluebells, hangs Goji, an engineered permanent tent which sleeps two people on single foldable futon beds. The extraordinary tree tent is accessed via a hand-crafted staircase, built from timber local to the forest. It also enjoys a substantial private balcony, the ideal vantage point to sit with a glass of wine and gaze out over the flora and fauna of Frome valley below. Set high up in the canopies of this beautiful forest, Goji is truly a marvel of architecture and vision.
Inside the tent, a wood-burning stove has been fitted to ensure fun and comfort regardless of the season. The pleasing design of this innovative, Scandinavian-inspired tent emphasises light, clean lines, and geometric shapes. A glass roof means that instead of the television, guests can drift off to sleep watching the stars rise, with the occasional owl passing above the porthole style window of this spherical escape. The stripped-back interior prizes functional aesthetics and minimalist comfort, creating a space where the beauty and tranquility of nature are the focus.