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Accommodation rating: Good Standard

Treetops started as a basic two-bedroom tree house, and is renowned as the place where Queen Elizabeth (then a princess) spent a night on 5 February 1952; when she awoke the next day, it was to the news that King George VI had passed away in the night. It is now a luxurious wildlife-viewing tree lodge. There are 32 standard en suite guestrooms and three suites overlooking a waterhole. Stay up late and watch elephants, buffaloes, zebras, leopards and other wildlife come to drink. There is even a buzzer in your room to alert you when animals come to drink. Features: lounge area with television, library and coffee cafe, restaurant, bar. Room amenities: private bathrooms.

Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.

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