Luxury vintage camping in traditional shepherd’s huts, tucked away in the heart of the South Downs.
The double doors really let the outside in and make the hut feel incredibly spacious.
Five people can just about squeeze around the table!
The hut is fully equipped for up to five people
Boundary is named in homage to the local Hambledon Cricket Club, one of the oldest in the country and deserving of it’s page in this Ladybird book. Real woodpeckers can be heard in the woods surrounding Wriggly Tin.
DIY draw handles. On reflection, I should have used cricket bails!
Kitchen and dining area, with two cosy single bunks in the corner.
The bedroom. There’s a double bed with a pull-out single bunk above. The double bed can be converted to a single, which leaves more floor space.
Another view of the kitchen and two single bunks. The wood-burning stove is made by the Windy Smithy. These stoves are brilliant, having a large hot plate for cooking and a little oven for roasting, or even baking bread.