Chiddingly, East Sussex
Charming Shepherds Hut with a peaceful country location on the Sussex Downs offering a romantic retreat for two.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Buttercup Hut is listed in affiliation with Gareth Robinson.
Sitting in a private segment of lush green fields and flourishing farmland, Buttercup Hut is wonderfully positioned to explore the Sussex Downs and South East Coastline. The super snug space has been lovingly designed and decorated with light furnishings, creating a sweet and cosy setting for a romantic couple or travelling pair.
The living quarters include everything you need for a comfortable glamping getaway including a fully functional micro kitchen, electricity and a luxury soft double bed. The wood burning stove keeps the cosy space lovely and toasty, while the barbecue and outdoor seating area are perfect for al fresco dining in the tranquil countryside setting.
The hut is delightfully positioned in the enchanting Sussex Downs, renowned for their rolling hills, and variety of meandering paths and trails. The site sits near the cobbled streets of Lewes with its historic buildings, independent shops and quaint country pubs, while the seaside resort of Brighton is only a short drive away. Visit this bustling hub for an eclectic mix of energizing nightlife, arts, crafts and plenty of alternative culture. Discover a variety of other attractions nearby including beaches, coastal walks and outdoor activities for a wonderful open-air escape.
The tranquil countryside location is shared with a variety of charming animals, which can be discovered with a short wander around the farm. See flocks of Lleyn and Ryeland sheep, chickens, geese, ducks, 4 rare breed pigs, 2 pygmy goats, 2 donkeys and a pony.
Groceries and essentials, plus an excellent cafe can be found at the local village shop, a 10-minute walk away. There are also two excellent pubs in the village, The Six Bells and The Gun.
Sussex is a popular destination for self-catering holidays, and this bucolic corner of Sussex countryside is no exception. Beautifully located in South Downs National Park, and within easy reach of High Weald, another Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the area is jam-packed with hiking and biking trails, fresh air and birdsong.
You're only a short drive from the seaside with beaches and coastal walks all along the South Coast. Head east towards Eastbourne to find the highest chalk sea cliff in the UK at Beachy Head.
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