Romney Marsh Huts
About The House
Two Open Plan Shepherds Hut located next to each with. The huts are surrounded by sheep (and lambs in the Spring!) and have the most wonderful views.
Each hut has the following:
Living area with wood burning stove, wooden folding table and chairs for 2
Kitchen with 2 ring electric hob, fridge, sink
Sleeping Area with a double bed, underbed storage, coat rail, double aspect windows with blinds
Shower Room with an overhead shower, wash basin, heated towel rail, w.c.
Garden with a sheep proof fence surrounding a seating area with wooden chairs, fire pit/BBQ
Private parking for 2 cars
The huts are heated via wood burning stoves and electric radiators.
Things You Need to Know
A starter supply of logs is provided, further logs available at a cost of £5 per sack
If you would like a locally sourced breakfast box which comprises of eggs, bacon, and sausages please request this with your booking. There is an additional cost of £30..
Bread, butter and milk are provided
Unfortunately due to the surrounding sheep dogs are not permitted.
There is an outside wooden table which can be used for dining in warmer weather.
Please note check in is 4pm and check out is 9am.
We recommend you bring the following:
All weather clothes – for the cooler evenings around the fire pit
Wellies – the fields can get muddy!
Phone/Camera to capture those special moments
Please ensure you vacate on time to allow our housekeepers to enter and prepare it for the next guests.
Smoking is not permitted in the property at any time.
For fire safety reasons please do not use any candles in the property.
Please note quiet hours are between 11pm and 9am.
In The Area
There’s is so much to see and do in this area of Kent. The nearby Royal Military Canal was built to defend England during the Napoleonic wars and is now a perfect place for a relaxing walk whilst spotting kingfishers and other water birds. Romney Marsh itself is a wonderful place for bird and wildlife spotting. RSPB at Dungeness, the oldest of their reserves is also a fantastic spot for ornithologists. For history lovers the Historic Lympne Castle is nearby, as well as Port Lympne Wildlife Reserve. There's no need to bring your own bikes as Channel Bike Hire will deliver to your accommodation free of charge - please ask for further details. For some retail therapy visit Hythe, one of the original Cinque Ports with its long high street of local shops, or for a day at the beach head to Dymchurch less than 4 miles away.