This secluded retreat is designed to let nature in.

It features a floor to ceiling window and a luxurious kingsize bed with an ash branch bed frame. It is light and airy with a modern rustic character. Reclaimed wood floors, a dresser created from an old railway wagon with a zinc top, fluffy towels, bathrobes and bath products by Green and Spring.Keep warm with thick woollen Romney Marsh wool throws, hot water bottles and an electric radiator.

Prices from

These are the average off-peak rates please enter your dates for an exact quote
Standard Rate £110 per night
3 Nights or more £105 per night
5 Nights or more £100 per night
Two night minimum stay on weekends
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Kingsize bed

A very comfortable kingsize bed, with ash branch posts.

Floor to ceiling window

For stargazing and sunrises from bed. This wonderful window looks out across miles of unspoilt landscapes and breath-taking skies.

Room for three

A child can be accommodated in this hut

Fire pit

Listen to the wild sounds of the marsh at night, cosy next to the cast iron firepit.

Treatments

Make your stay even more relaxing with bespoke rejuvenating massages and reiki treatments.

Full bathroom

There’s no need to skimp on comforts. The bathroom features a wonderful shower, proper loo, gorgeous products by Green & Spring and bathrobes.

Georgina and Gareth

We moved to Elmley, Georgina’s family farm, in 2013 and opened the shepherd’s huts in 2014.  Having moved to Elmley from busy office jobs we know the importance of a few days’ escape and know that Elmley is just the place to relax and reinvigorate in peace, breath-taking views and fresh air. Along with Richard at Plankbridge (http://www.plankbridge.com/) we designed the huts to make the most of the views and to be as comfortable as possible.  We aim to make sure stays are just what you need, whether it be quiet and relaxed or fun and adventurous. We've thought of most things, but if there is anything else you’d like, just ask.

We have two young children and live on the farm along with Max, the farm terrier, a number of chickens and hopefully soon some pigs.  You’ll see Gareth out on the quad bike most days, working with the livestock and surveying the wildlife, so do ask if you’d like a tour or have any questions about the farm.