Cuckfield, West Sussex
This artisan shepherd's hut offers couples their own little slice of Sussex, complete with a fish-stocked lake and rowing boat for two.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
There's no doubt about it, shepherd's huts make for a fantastic getaway. But what could make such an escape even more enjoyable? Well, we think that your own private lake set amongst some of Sussex's most idyllic countryside ought to do it. If that wasn't enough, there is a rowing boat and a couple of fishing rods, should you fancy casting a line or two. Or, if you would prefer to relax by the firepit and take in the uninterrupted evening skies, we've got you covered there too. We've seen our fair share of shepherd's huts in our time, but The Hyde certainly is challenging the top of the leader board. Sleeping a maximum of two guests, couple's escapes don't get more tranquil than this.
The cabin has been constructed - both inside and out - to the highest of standards. The bright colour palette and rustic fixtures work seamlessly to create a homely and relaxing air. The kitchenette comes surprisingly well stocked and has a fridge, sink and woodburning stove, while the dining area has a little table for two - and a view of the adjacent lake. The double bed is fitted with the finest linens and benefits from a lakeside view. Separate and just a short walk from the hut is the bathroom, complete with a large sink, walk-in shower, and WC. Outside the cabin, one can enjoy the romantic countryside scenery around the firepit or dangle your legs off the jetty.
Cuckfield is known for being one of the region's prettiest villages, well stocked with charming shops, cafés, and bars. The surrounding countryside is also well worth exploring, whether it be the High Weald AONB or the South Downs National Park. It also sits roughly halfway between London to the north and Brighton to the south. While the UK's capital is a wonderful city to visit, should you wish to visit someone a little more scaled down, the seaside resort of Brighton comes highly recommended. Considered the cultural hub of the southeast coast of England, this trendy city has a bunch to offer. Why not enjoy the coastal vistas from the Palace Pier or take a walk around the Pavilion Gardens? It is also home to hundreds of cafés, bars and restaurants. In the summer it plays host to the Brighton Fringe, the UK's second biggest cultural festival.
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