"Elsie’s Hut is a traditional style bespoke Plankbridge shepherd’s hut made to a very good standard with a very contemporary feel. It is warm and cosy with its solid English oak floor Farrow Ball painted interior and Hobbit log wood burner. The hut has a spacious shower room with toilet Belfast sink and storage cupboards double window and stable door. It is lit by solar power and has two 12V charging points for mobile phone or iPad and Wi-Fi. Outside there is an undercover cooking area with sink camping stove barbecue and fire pit and a private garden area with table and chairs for outside dining. All cooking and dining equipment is provided. Sit up on the comfy double bed or stand by the stable door to see views across the fields or watch the sunset. Enjoy the magic of stargazing with a dark sky.\n\nDelight in the attention from Kitty the goat Pepe the alpaca and Alan and Malcolm Zwartble sheep Mary and Primrose and other Hebridean sheep. A great glamping experience in a rural setting just outside the South Downs National Park. Plenty of walks from the doorstop including places to dine out. Brighton and the sea are a 20-minute scenic drive over Devil’s Dyke on the Downs. Beach 8½ miles. Shop 2¼ miles pub 1 mile barrestaurant 700 yards."
Elsie’s Hut: Sleeps 2 in one bedroom with en-suite shower room. Private parking for 2 cars. Garden with sitting-out area, garden furniture, firepit and BBQ.
All on the one level (4 steps up from ground level).
Bedroom: With double bed and en-suite with shower and toilet (No TV).
Solar powered lighting, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for the log burning stove and firepit are included. External kitchenette with camping gas stove and wooden floor, sink and cool box.
Enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area, garden furniture, BBQ and firepit. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.
What you need to know
Access to the hut is by a short track (about 10 metres) and up 4 steps.
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