What better way to keep the spirits up than by booking a post-lockdown holiday in one of these quirky Hampshire properties.

Whether you're after some secluded serenity or just dreaming of a holiday with your nearest and dearest, there really is something for everyone.

Hampshire nearly has everything and with covid guidance to follow, having a vacation in our own county has never seemed so inviting.   

Here are the five best places to stay in Hampshire on Canopy and Stars after lockdown: 

Two guests - Fullerton 

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From £260 per night

Opening soon this fabulous treehouse is located in on a Test Valley vineyard in Fullterton. 

The Damesfly treehouse has one king-size bed, modern kitchen and living space as well as a huge copper bath with an outdoor shower.

Described as a modern, minimalist masterpiece the treehouse is understated with a neutral paired-back decor - ideal to detox after a stressful month in lockdown. 

Two guest (+ children) - Adhurst 

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From £175 per night 

Get back to nature and really switch off at this off-grid yurt in Adhurst.

Inviting you to slow down and settle into nature from the campfire, the yurt is equipped with an open air coppice shower, storm kettle and woodburner. 

Surrounded by ancient woodland there are miles of trails in the forest to enjoy as well as an on-site zip-wire. 

Children are able to sleep on the camp beds provided but guests must bring their own sleeping bags.

The yurt is cosy, snug and warm with plenty of plush cushions, rugs and blankets to make you feel right at home. 

Two guests - Fullerton Farm

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From £260 per night

The Fallow Treehouse joins its sister treehouse, Damesfly, overlooking the Black Chalk Vineyard.

Owner, Will Hardy spent years creating treehouses for the rich and famous, but the four incredible spaces at Fullerton Farm are his own vision of what a treehouse can be. 

This vibey treehouse has a cool, beach house feel with a brushed white interior and dashes of turquoise. 

There are great hikes along the riverbanks and climbs to stunning viewpoints, as well as gentler walks to nearby pubs.

Two guests - Wriggly Tin

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From £90 per night

Described as charmingly renovated, this shepherd's hut is 100 years old and packed full of vintage furnishings and royal memorabilia.

Part of the Canopy and Stars hot tub collection this shepherds hut has a gorgeous, private wood-fired hot tub waiting for you to lay back and unwind in. 

Host Alex had been a graphic deisgner for 30 years but after an inspiring stay in Cornwall he decided to start his own holiday-let business.

Two guests - Fullerton Farm

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From £260 per night

Another vision of master craftsman Will Hardy, this Scandinavian inspired treehouse has everything you need for a stay-cation straight out of Pinterest. 

Inviting you to revel in the simple things as you soak in the giant zinc bathtub outside the property has been carefully desgined to ensure relaxation.

Blending indulgence with nature at every corner from the dark cladding to the luxurious welcome hamper and selection of Black Chalk wines, this is the ideal place to come and zone out after lockdown. 

Are you planning a great escape after lockdown? Let us know in the comments.