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A beautifully crafted Shepherd’s Hut In the unique countryside of Romney Marsh, with long range views and big open skies.

Pretty shepherd’s hut with log burner and en-suite shower | Tranquil, rural setting with long range views to Bonnington | Easy access to Rye, the beaches at Dymchurch and the intriguing landscape of Dungeness

  • 1  Bathrooms
  • 1  Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2
  • 0  Pets
  • Wifi
  • Car parking on site
  • Woodburning Stove
  • Rural Location
  • Barbecue
Prices are per property not per person includes a £30.00 booking fee.
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2 nights - mostly start on Fri or Sat
3 nights - must start on Fri

4 nights - must start on Mon
5 nights - 22nd or 29th Dec 2012 only.

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About Rumwold’s

Introduction

"In a private field lined with rushes you are greeted by sheep grazing on the doorstep. Fully insulated and finished with style Rumwold’s offers a full-size double bed cute little log burner and en-suite shower room. This is a cosy and comfortable cabin to explore the beautiful open skies and scenery of Romney Marsh or to cosy up and have a romantic and rustic weekend away.\nA small but perfectly formed kitchen under-bed storage and mains plug sockets offer a fantastic range of practicalities. A table set in front of the French doors makes the most of the stunning panoramic views and outside the huts allow the opportunity to sit back and warm your toes by the fire pit next to your own fenced garden making the most of the sunshine and outdoor life.\nIf you want to explore a little further afield within a short drive through languid country roads you can reach Port Lympne Wildlife Park the historic Cinque Ports town of Rye the beaches at Dymchurch and the intriguing landscape of Dungeness. Or to venture further afield hop on the nearby Eurotunnel at Folkestone for a day trip to France\nRumwold’s a beautifully formed Shepherd’s Hut on Romney Marsh strikes a perfect balance between enjoying the comforts of modern life and being at one with nature. During lambing season you will see the ewes and their babies right outside your garden Aside from the sheep grazing on the clover-rich pastures your only neighbour is its sister hut The Lookerer set forward to allow each their own privacy in this rural landscape yet close enough if you would like to travel with friends. To complete the indulgent touches Rumwold’s is finished with luxury artisan Romney Marsh Wool products and toiletries."

Summary

Rumwold’s: sleeps 2 (plus one baby up to age 1) in 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. There is 1 parking space on a driveway (more by arrangement)

Layout
Open plan kitchen, dining and sleeping area: Double bed, kitchenette, table and seating for 2, log burner. The kitchen is equipped with 2 induction hobs, a small fridge, butler sink with running water, kettle, toaster and cafetiere. A door leads to en-suite shower room with shower enclosure, WC, washbasin and heated towel rail.

Outside
Garden area laid with bark chips, enclosed by a post and rail fence.
There are two solid Adirondack wooden deck chairs in the garden, and a bench and fire pit with BBQ grill just outside the fence in the field.
A gate leads out into the sheep field and footpaths beyond.

What you need to know

Travel cot (please bring own bedding) and highchair available on request
Due to sheep grazing in the field we regret no pets allowed
Parking - driveway, 1 space available (more by arrangement)
Parking is 20 metres from the property, with a short walk across the sheep field to access. There is a 4-wheeled trolley available to help you transport bags, but bring your wellies in wet weather!
The hut is on a low key but working farm, please be aware that there may be occasional tractors and farm equipment around
Heating is provided by the log burner in the main area, and heated towel rail in the shower room

What makes this area so special

Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway a totally unique experience and is why this Heritage Railway is one of Kent’s Top Visitor Attractions. Brockhill’s lake, woods, meadows, picnic, play areas and excellent café, make a great day out and fun with the family.

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