The Owl House

Pulverbatch, Shropshire

Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
Suitible for: 5 Dogs icon 5 Dogs
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Enclosed garden
  • Owner pets on site
  • Livestock on site
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Why we love it

Hidden away from the world, this treehouse has bathing and cooking options indoors and out, and more style than you know what to do with

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Finding their indoor, and outdoor bowls, treats, and fleecy blankets
  • Being let off the lead in the fenced area around treehouse
  • Trying to escape bath time at the stone sink (with hot and cold water)

Humans will love

  • The stunning wood bath at the foot of your bed
  • Choosing between the two firepits when it gets cooler
  • The extraordinary, large tin bath out on the deck to relax in

The place

Tucked away so well even the locals barely know about it, you’ll descend into this peaceful little dingle (a deep wooded valley) and feel your muscles begin to loosen on the approach. With trees growing up through the deck, and encircling the treehouse, meals can be had under the canopy’s shade, or indoors where you’ll find the well-equipped and modern kitchen sharing a space with the lounge. You’re right on the edge of the Shropshire Hills AONB, so days out are plentiful here, but you’d be just as easily tempted to sit by the reading window, cuddled with the dog, a great book, and the log burner crackling away. Hidden away from the world, this is an incredible space for downtime, and the views from every window will have you relishing this magical little world all to yourself.


  • 1 x King room


  • Bathroom with rainforest shower
  • Spa bath on treehouse decking
  • Wooden bath inside bedroom
  • Toiletries including organic shampoo, conditioner, locally sourced body wash, and eco-friendly bubble bath
  • Outdoor dog wash area

Living and relaxing

  • Two outdoor firepits, with rustic benches and bean bags
  • Wood burner in open-plan living room
  • Unlimited firewood provided
  • Seating in lounge including sofa and cosy window seat
  • Binoculars for birdwatching
  • Communal areas to explore onsite including the woodland walk along the stream edge
  • Outdoor casual seating for two on the deck
  • Fire pit with wooden bench seating
  • Star book for stargazing
  • Bluetooth speaker

Cooking and dining

  • Kitchen including oven, hob, half-sized dishwasher, undercounter fridge, kettle, toaster, and additional kettle that can be heated on the wood burner
  • Cooking basics supplied - olive oil, pepper, salt, spices, tea, coffee, sugar, washing up liquid and dishwasher tablets
  • Outdoor firepit with BBQ grill and cooking equipment
  • Inside dining area in open-plan living room
  • Outdoor dining area for two on the decking

For the dog

  • Treats
  • Toys
  • Water and food bowls
  • Throws
  • Towels

Booking information

  • Check in 1500
  • Check out 1030
  • £20 per dog per stay

You should know

  • The owner has two old dogs on site, but at 15 and 13 years old – they tend not to go anywhere fast, and are most likely found in warm sun patches
  • Have the dogs on the lead for the approach to the treehouse, as there’s livestock, but once in your area, they’re free to roam off-lead
  • Throw down some blankets when they’re indoors to avoid staining! And keep an eye out for the open steps.
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In the neighbourhood

  • As hidden away as you are, you’re not too far from the local – The Bottle and Glass, which is just two miles away. Either a short drive, or a healthy walk to rustle up an appetite, it’s dog friendly, and a great place to sit fireside with a local pint
  • Eight miles away, there’s The Horseshoe at Bridges, which makes a great jumping off point, as you can park all day, and either start or finish the day with some excellent food (or both)
  • Church Stretton is a short drive away, and you could either pop here for the market on Thursdays, or nip into one of the local dog-friendly establishments – either one of the pubs: The Kings Arms, The Buck’s Head or The Old Coppers Malt House or a Café: either the Hollybush Café, Berry’s or Jemima’s Kitchen at Victoria House
  • Being right on the edge of the Shropshire Hills AONB, there’s plenty of wild to take advantage of. There’s wild swimming in Church Stretton at the Carding Mill Valley and Long Mynd, or at the Wildmoor Pool in Shrewsbury. There’s also the miles of tracks and treks across the Shropshire hills, with incredible backdrops for tiring out your hound
  • It’s worth visiting Shrewsbury, as there’s a long list of dog-friendly activities: taking a tour of the jail (dogs welcome on lead, and in the café), a tour of the Attingham Park estate (which has on and off lead areas) or indeed canoe hire! Which also welcomes dogs (as long as they’re happy in a canoe)
  • You’re just a half an hour’s drive to the Welsh border – so if you’re looking for some adventure to take on with your faithful sidekick, there’s the hills to climb at Clun (technically in England), or you could head over to Ludlow to tour the Castle and peruse the foodie markets which happen almost every day of the week (check the times).
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