The Bakers Hut
2 miles N of Steyning
From £150 per night
Shepherd’s Hut in Sussex: Our utterly lovely shepherd’s hut sits pretty amongst a magical woodland. The Baker’s Hut brings you peace and tranquillity, with stylish comfy interiors and beautiful surroundings. It is the dreamiest little space for two.
Arriving at The Bakers Hut is like something out of a fairytale. Wander through a woodland paradise and reach this picture perfect hideaway. The hut promises a romantic escape like no other, totally secluded in unspoilt surroundings. Its charming wooden exterior compliments the enchanting setting, whilst the inside is stylish and contemporary. Get cosy around the rustic firepit and gaze up at the stars or enjoy a delicious picnic on a long summer afternoon. Whatever the season, The Bakers Hut is simply perfect for those wanting to escape the everyday and retreat back to nature.
Step inside to be greeted with the calming presence of this lovely hut. The open-plan living space is light and airy, owing to its large double doors that overlook lush greenery. The hideaway has been thoughtfully crafted for two, with comfort in mind. Take a seat on the sofa with a cup of freshly brewed coffee and watch the natural world go by. Or light the wood-burner and get cosy during the cooler months. The snug king-size bed promises a restful night's sleep. Wake up and enjoy long lazy mornings watching your favourite show on the Smart TV. The kitchen is well equipped with an oven, electric hob, toaster, kettle, fridge, everything you’ll need to rustle up an intimate dinner for two. To the left of the hideaway is the contemporary shower room, the perfect spot to freshen up after a day of exploring the local area.
The outside space is simply a dream, with plenty of peaceful spots to soak up the sun and delve into your favourite book. Grab a delicious homemade lunch from The Bakehouse and treat yourself to freshly baked bread, cakes and scones, made by the lovely owners. Make up a picnic basket and spend the afternoon indulging in your favourite sweet treats whilst listening to birdsong… afternoons don’t get much more tranquil than this. Keep a look out for the wonderful wildlife that frequently visit the garden including; rabbits, squirrels, butterflies, fallow deer and an array of bird species. As the sun dips behind the trees, pour a glass of your favourite and dine al fresco on the stunning table and chairs, nestled amongst the trees. Then get cosy around the firepit for a romantic starlit evening for two. These are holiday memories that you will cherish forever.
Across from The Bakers Hut is the Bakehouse which is opened to the public on a pop-up basis periodically throughout the year and serves delicious homemade lunches and afternoon teas. All the bread, cakes and scones are handmade and cooked by the owners in a traditional hand-crafted wood burning oven or trusty cottage AGA. Throughout the year there are workshops including Artisan bread making, food demonstrations, wreath making classes and flower arranging classes.
If you are also in need of some pampering a visiting therapist can provide a range of facial and body massage treatments using a fabulous pure, safe, vegan range of beauty products so that you can leave feeling totally refreshed and renewed. This and workshops can all be booked directly with the owners. There are so many wonderful things to do and explore all in close proximity of this dreamy hut, once you arrive you won't want to leave!
Out and About
If you manage to pull yourself away from this peaceful haven, then there are plenty of gorgeous places to explore nearby. Take a stroll into the quaint village of Ashurst which has a local pub and church. The larger villages of Partridge Green and the market town of Steyning, which has several independent shops and a Cobblestone Walk are also lovely. You are spoiled with surrounding countryside views of the South Downs National Park and the mystical Chanctonbury Ring.
There are lots of vibrant gardens, beautiful houses and historic castles in Sussex. Including Parham House and Gardens, Bramber Castle, St Mary’s House and Gardens, Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre, Arundel Castle and Petworth House and Gardens. If you would like to travel slightly further afield, step back in time and experience The Weald and Downland Museum or visit the lovely towns of Chichester, Bosham and Goodwood.
The nearest mainline station is situated in Horsham and offers regular services to London Victoria and the A24 offers access to Gatwick airport.
Open plan living room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood burner. Electric hob, combination microwave and fridge with ice-box. King-size double bed (5’).
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £150 - £180 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 £38 is payable per booking.
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