In Victorian times shepherd’s huts would have been dotted across the marsh. Elmley’s Shepherd's Huts are designed for you to experience sleeping in a wilderness with a few more modern comforts than those Victorian shepherds.

Each hut is warm, with a comfortable bed, soft linen, fluffy towels, electric lights, cooking facilities, en-suite bathrooms, thoughtful touches and, most importantly, stunning views over the Elmley Nature Reserve.

The Saltbox From £80 per night

Lie in bed looking out of the fully glazed end, and keep warm with thick woollen Romney Marsh wool throws, hot water bottles and a vintage cast iron radiator. You will also have a kitchenette, with dining/lounge area and did we mention an outside shower?!...

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Samphire From £75 per night

From the comfortable double bed soak in the sweeping vistas across the marsh, Swale Estuary and the mainland beyond. On a clear day you can see Whitstable. In winter spy rafts of wildfowl sheltering on Swale, and short-eared owls gliding over the ponds. This charming hut has a romantic, nostalgic feel with modern comforts for a very peaceful nigh...

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Vanellus From £90 per night

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 throw...

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Little Owl From £75 per night

The perfect hideout for nature lovers. The large picture window from the foot of the bed looks out onto oak trees, home to barn owls and little owls. Beyond are unspoilt views across Elmley Island. The hut is designed in a traditional style, reflecting the heritage of shepherding across the marsh, but has modern touches to ensure an extremely comf...

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