Kenny's Hut is the perfect retreat for two, situated down a quiet rural lane in the mid-Sussex countryside near Brighton.
This unique accommodation offers peace and tranquility in a field with its own wood-fired hot tub.
Sit back on the sun-deck and listen to birdsong and enjoy uninterrupted views over the fields whilst you watch sheep graze or stargaze at night whilst you sit around the warm glow of the fire-pit.
Feel close to nature but with a few home comforts including a delightful king-size double bed dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets.
At the far end of the hut is an en suite shower-room and a wood-burner to keep you cosy and toasty whilst you prepare food in the kitchenette or sit outside and cook on the fire-pit for al fresco dining.
Kenny's Hut got its name after Kenny Everett, the British Radio One DJ, TV presenter and comedian who use to live at the owners' property in the 1970s. During that time, he had his recording studio in the study.
If you require additional accommodation, you can book The Piggery at John Bulls House (4922) nearby, which sleeps two.
For the ultimate pampering experience why not book a beauty treatment enjoyed in the open air beside Kenny's Hut? The owner can arrange for a beauty therapist to visit and guests can book direct a range of treatments direct including body massages, facials and Indian head massages to name just a few.
Don't forget to pack your hiking boots or bicycle and explore the South Downs Way, the Downs Link or Devils Dyke. Bikes can also be hired from the owner.
Visit Brighton (a 20 minute drive) for some great night life or retail therapy. Walk the Palace Pier, visit the Sea Life Centre or wander 'The Lanes' where there are many unique and interesting boutique, antique and music shops, cafes and some lovely restaurants.
Enjoy meals out at Leonardslee Gardens, The Crabtree Pub, South Lodge Hotel and Spa and the Bolney Stage Pub, some within walking distance.
Sussex has many attractions including Nymans, Wakehurst, Leonardslee Lakes and Garden, Borde Hill Gardens, Amberley Museum, Amberley Castle, Wings Museum, Arundel Castle, Brighton Pavillion, The Bluebell Railway, Parham House and Gardens, Chichester Cathedral, Goodwood House or Petworth House to name just a few.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner. Electric hob, toaster, induction hot plate, fridge and kettle. King-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please take care as there are steps to the entrance of Kenny's Hut. Occasionally livestock will be in the field in front of the hideaway. During this time an electric fence will be in place, please take care.
- No pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub/Outdoor bath
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Picnic table, fire-pit and barbecue
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!
Unwind around the glow of the fire pit and sink into the romantic ambience.
The kitchen has everything you need to prep tasty breakfasts, picnics and light evening meals.
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.