Welcome to Kenny's Hut. Tucked away in West Sussex and close to beautiful Brighton.
Relax in the woodfired hot tub and watch the sun set over the horizon.
Light the wood-burner after a day of exploring.
There's a cosy double bed and plenty of room inside for two. The perfect romantic getaway!
The kitchen has everything you need to prep tasty breakfasts, picnics and light evening meals.
Unwind around the glow of the fire pit and sink into the romantic ambience.
Dine al fresco with peaceful countryside views.
You can even barbecue over a wood fire...how dreamy!
The lovely robes are for your use throughout your stay.
A cosy space to call home for a little while.
Switch off from reality and embrace nature while staying in a little bit of luxury.
The lovely en suite has a shower, WC and sink.
Magical memories are waiting to be created.
The dreamiest rural surroundings.
This pocket-sized paradise is the perfect base for exploring the very best of West Sussex.
Enjoying evening sunsets.
West Sussex has some fabulous vineyards, this is Bolney Estate.
Treat yourself, you are on holiday after all!
West Sussex is a gorgeous place to visit year round.
Woodland walks galore!
The stunning South Downs are a great place to explore.
The pretty town of Arundel has lots to discover.
Lovely waterside walks at Arundel.
Brighton is a great spot for shopping and dining.
Glyndebourne Festival is well worth a visit.

Kenny's Hut

4920

5.7 miles SE of Horsham / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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From £150 per night

The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Crabtree (1 ¼ miles)

Welcome to The Crabtree, a family run countryside pub in a gorgeous location. Food is locally sourced and freshly prepared and there's a pretty garden for al fresco dining in summer.

Nearest beach

South Lancing beach (13 miles)

Here you'll find a shingle beach which sits in-between Shoreham-bySea and Worthing. Dogs are allowed year round which is great for dog walkers as there's a vast swathe of compact sand exposed at low tide. The beach is popular with sailors, windsurfers and kite-surfers. Please note there is no lifeguard cover.

Nearest walk

Blunts Wood and Paige's Wood (5 ¼ miles)

A nature reserve since 1967, Blunts Wood and Paige's Wood make up 22 acres of woodland. Criss-crossed with footpaths and a bridleway visit here to discover a great variety of wildlife including dormice, stoats and glow worms.

Nearest town

Cuckfield (4 ½ miles)

With a great selection of independent shops, it would be easy to mistake Cuckfield for a small town rather than a village. Beautifully kept and with a lovely selection of old buildings, Cuckfield is a pretty place and definitely worth a visit.

Also nearby

The Eight Bells Bolney (1 ¾ miles)

A family run traditional village pub where food is cooked to order and dogs are welcome. There's a large outside terrace and inside the decor is warm and cosy.

The Rising Sun Nutbourne (11 miles)

A traditional country pub in the pretty village of Nutbourne. Food is locally sourced and served in contemporary, cosy surroundings. There is a large garden for al freso dining and dogs are welcome.

Ockenden Manor (4 ¼ miles)

Okenden Manor is a delightful hotel on the outskirts of Cuckfield. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with morning coffee and afternoon tea also available. Take a look at their website for menu details and to make a reservation.

Rose & Crown Cuckfield (4 ½ miles)

Located in the centre of the pretty village of Cuckfield, the Rose and Crown is a delightful village pub with a restaurant, bar and large garden for al fresco dining. Check out their website for opening times and to reserve a table.

The Wheatsheaf Inn Cuckfield (4 ¾ miles)

Built in the nineteenth century, this village pub sits on the outskirts of the village and offers a traditional menu. There's a covered outside area for al fresco dining and terraced gardens.

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