Tiny Home Experience

Better than glamping!

Stay in a real off-grid Tiny Home and discover what is it like to live simply in comfort. Designed and built by us our hut was our permanent residence for over 3 years. Praised by Lloyd Khan on his Shelter Blog and featured in the book “Tiny Homes made from Reclaimed Materials” our hut is now tucked away in the top corner of a meadow overlooking our nature reserve and with extensive views down the peaceful wooded valley towards the sunset.


Undisturbed by the rest of the campsite you can almost forget the rest of the world exists – just sit back and lose track of time in this tranquil haven.



Staying in the hut is like living in a wildlife hide; in the 3 years we lived in it we watched otters, badgers, kingfishers and foxes just doing their thing less than 10 metres from the French windows!

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” – Leonardo de Vinci

This unique hut, the only one of its kind available to rent in the UK, has the following features:

  • High quality super-king sized bed including bedding
  • Fully off-grid solar electrics including lights, pumped water, 240V power socket and USB charger
  • Cosy woodburner with kindling and logs provided
  • All round sheep’s wool insulation
  • Light, airy and spacious
  • French doors, stable door and lots of windows all with black-out blinds
  • Loads of storage space and hanging wardrobe
  • Outside deck, seating and fire bowl (firewood provided)
  • Fully stocked kitchen and covered outside cooking area
  • Private toilet
  • Books, local maps and games

On arrival you will be greeted with a hamper of fresh organic produce grown on our smallholding

Available for week long bookings or short breaks minimum 3 nights. See Prices and Availability.

“A little piece of Heaven. So peaceful and private. The Tiny Home is beautiful and lovingly designed and built by Katy and Andy who lived in it for 3 years. It is very special to stay here; views across the valley to lush green woodland with no signs of human habitation. We spent hours soaking up the tranquil atmosphere, looking at the sky and watching the birds. It was so quiet on the first night I could hear my own heart beat!”