Oh! What a beauty of nature, Lord Northumberland-the world’s largest wooden tree house located 95 miles south Edinburgh, on Alnwick Garden, Scotland. This magnificent, 6,000 Sq ft tree house cost 7 millions to build. Alnwick Garden -restaurant, green leafy environment, wooden suspension bridge, its great craft work, and over-all look is drawing me crazy as a nature lover.
Europe’s largest tree house also has 56 feet leviathan soars linked with 4,000 sq-feet suspended walkways, and inside arrangement of 120 people, in a restaurant with 3 separate resource rooms. It has cafes, classrooms, woobly bridges, and its magical wooden texture finish, which uses- Scandinavian redwood, cedar, scots pine, are great.
It’s great! It feels Lord Northumberland is calling us with open hands.