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Choose your shepherd’s hut
Butser was our first shepherd’s hut and is a wonderfully romantic retreat. It has a full length double bed and, like our other huts, a wood-burning range for cooking and heating
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There are currently five shepherd’s huts to stay in
at Wriggly Tin, plus a baby one if you need extra space

Butser was our first hut and is still our most popular. We think it’s down to the romantic interior which sleeps two people in comfort. There’s plenty of storage space and a kitchen area containing everything needed for cooking, eating and washing. A traditional wood-burning stove with an oven provides heating and hot water.

Beacon has all the facilities of Butser, with the addition of a single bunk bed, so it can sleep up to three people (or even four, if young children go ‘top to toe’ in the bunk).

Barrow is our newest shepherd’s hut. It sleeps two and has double doors on one side, which make it feel bigger than it really is.

Boundary is slightly larger than the other huts and can sleep up to five people. It can be configured in two ways: a double bed plus up to three single bunks for a family, or four single bunks which can suit a group of friends. Of course, it’s still good for couples too!

Old Winchester is 100 years old and set in a secluded woodland glade. The double bed has a space beneath that’s handy for pets.

Tiny Tin provides extra accommodation or a dining room. It has a pair of removable bunks and can be positioned next to another hut.
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Beacon shepherd’s hut is named after nearby Beacon Hill. The retro pale blue and grey interior has a double bed and a single bunk that provides additional accommodation