5.7 miles SE of Horsham
£150 per night
Shepherd's hut in west Sussex with a hot tub: A countryside haven, full of little luxuries. This is the perfect hideaway for those looking to explore the beautiful city of Brighton.
Nestled at the end of a quiet rural lane in west Sussex, is where you will find this quirky hut with an abundance of charm. For those looking to escape to the countryside, but also spend time in the artistic city of Brighton, Kenny's offers the best of both worlds. After a day of wandering 'The Lanes', return to your humble abode, light the fire and grab a glass of bubbles to enjoy in the hot tub. The ambience at this shepherd's hut oozes romance and earthy charm, that will captivate your heart from the moment you arrive.
Step inside your rustic escape and allow yourself to simply unwind into the simplistic and relaxed interiors. The cosy wood-burner is perfect for staying snug in the cooler months and there's ample space for two throughout. There's a king-size double bed for an idyllic night's sleep, a fold down table to enjoy your breakfast upon, a perfectly proportioned kitchen with everything you need to prep delicious dinners and a stylish shower room.
Peace and tranquillity are all that surround your heavenly hideaway as it's positioned in a field with uninterrupted views of sweeping countryside. Extend your time outside by lighting the fire pit barbecue. You of course have the option to cook inside, but if it was up to us and the weather allowed, we would choose to cook over wood fire and dine alfresco. Embrace your time in natures paradise, all while the wood fired hot tub warms up. Spend the rest of your evening stargazing in the hot tub and enjoy the warm glow of the pretty festoon lighting that surrounds your hidden haven. This really is the perfect hideaway that allows you to re-awaken your connection to nature, all while staying in a little bit of luxury. Blissful moments await at this dreamy hut, perfectly designed for two… what are you waiting for?
The owners of Kenny's Hut have installed a wood fired hot tub, rather than choosing an electric option.
For the adventure seekers, don't forget to pack your walking boots or bicycle. The South Downs Way, the Downs Link and Devils Dyke are within reaching distance. If you have limited space in your car, you can hire bikes from the owner.
For those who love independent shopping, quirky cafes, and cosy pubs, you are in for a treat with picturesque Brighton on your doorstep. You are only a 20-minute drive away from this arty seaside city. Enjoy a day of beach strolling, pier walking and exploring the famous 'Lanes' before returning to your Unique hideaway.
If you prefer eating out to staying in, then you are spoilt for choice in the surrounding area. Leonardslee Gardens, The Crabtree Pub, South Lodge Hotel & Spa and the Bolney Stage Pub are all within walking distance.
Sussex has many attractions just waiting to be discovered. Including Nymans Gardens, Wakehurst Place, Arundel Castle, Amberley Castle, The Bluebell Railway, Parham House, Chichester Cathedral, Bolney Estate, Goodwood House, and Petworth House. You won't know where to explore first!
Open plan shepherd's hut with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner, electric hob, toaster, kettle, induction hot plate and fridge. King-size double bed (5').
Shower room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
There is one other hideaway onsite; Cleo's Hut (5305) but each hut has complete privacy from one another.
There is a larger fridge / freezer for guests to use if they wish, in the nearby stables.
Occasionally livestock will be in the field in front of the hideaway. During this time an electric fence will be in place. Please take care.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £150 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
A non-refundable booking fee of £45 is payable per booking.
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