Glamping in Cornwall

Guest Resources

To enjoy the most of your stay at Kosel Treehouses

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Our treehouses are ideal for a glamping trip to Cornwall whether the sun shines or not. And to help you get the most out of your visit, we’ve put together some helpful resources for you to download, including a handy Glamping in Cornwall Checklist – in case you’re new to glamping and not sure what to bring.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to help. We look forward to you staying at Kosel Treehouses.


Skapya and Kalmynsi both come equipped with fully-functioning kitchens and bathrooms. We’ve also added lots of extras like a Smart TV, BBQ and wood burner to make your home in the trees special.

The following user guides can be downloaded to help you find out how to use the various appliances in your treehouse:


To get to Kosel Treehouses there is a narrow, uphill country lane that leads to a gravel private car park. The narrowest point on the lane is single car width.

Please drive slowly and carefully (maximum speed 5mph) and be considerate of neighbouring properties as well as walkers with dogs who may be using the lane.

The Kosel Treehouse car park is level and there is a short gravelled path to the individual treehouses. Once you reach your treehouse there is a level wooden walkway (1.2m wide), to the front entrance door.
There is a low (10cm) step from the walkway to the porch and an ultralow door threshold to the front door (same for the rear door to the balcony from the bedroom).

The inside floor is all level with no door thresholds. Space is limited especially in the bedroom, shower room and balcony.

Outdoors access to the seating area for Kalmynsi is up a number of steps but can be reached across the grass/new woodland from the car park if steps are difficult – this would be around 75m distance from the front door to the outdoor seating area and the ground does have a gentle slope to it.

The outdoor seating area for Skapyas is along the main access path with a gentle rise/fall to get into the woods. The path is rough but level but becomes narrower as you enter the woods.

If you have any further questions on access please get in touch and we can answer any questions you may have.