Welcome to Douglas Fir, a serene sanctuary in West Sussex.
Emerald green tones create a calming atmosphere for your glamping getaway.
The queen-size (4') bed cleverly folds away, revealing a lovely dining area during the day.
This handcrafted hut has been thoughtfully designed for two.
The unique outdoor seating area - sit back and admire pretty countryside vistas!
The beautifully finished shower-room in situated to the right of the hideaway.
An idyllic spot to freshen up after a countryside ramble.
Your beloved pooch will love roaming the gorgeous garden.
Delve into a good book in the dappled shade beneath the tree.
Then enjoy an afternoon tipple in the cosy dining pod!
Light the quirky fire-pit and get snug with that special someone.
There is one other shepherd's hut on site. The perfect solution if you are wishing to get away with friends, but with your own private areas to enjoy.
The South Downs National Park is just a stone's throw away.
You'll discover breath taking views at Chanctonbury Ring.
Visit Bolney Wine Estate and discover their wonderful vineyard.
Steyning is a short distance away, a pretty market town.
West Sussex is stunning all year round.
Visit Brighton to discover an array of independent shops, lovely eateries and it's famous pier!

Douglas Fir


4.3 miles E of Pulborough / Sleeps 2

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From £125 per night

Perfect little hideaway, a real hidden gem but close enough by car to go on some fantastic walks and see the best of West Sussex. The Hut was tastefully furnished/decorated, clean and well equipped. The outside seating area with log burner is first class. Highly recommended. Thanks for a wonderful stay.

We had a fabulous two night stay in Douglas Fir. From start to finish we loved everything about this charming shepherds hut. It was exceptionally clean, with all the features you could ask for packed in. The bed is comfortable, the shower (considering the space) is a dream and the kitchen is well stocked so you could easily make yourself a lovely meal. A highlight for us was a nature walk on one of the nearby recommended paths, followed by an evening spent in front of the fire. The owner, Lizzy was so gracious and helpful, we can’t thank her enough.

Very pretty setting and nice decor and personal touches in the hut. Still quite private considering the next hut is quite close-by.

Some improvements are recommended to make the stay more comfortable like a fan as it was over 30 degrees when we stayed and there is only one window you can open in the whole hut (which is in the bathroom). The heat woke us up by 5am each morning.

The bed had a very soft and memory foam mattress which caved in and was uncomfortable.

Small improvements would have definitely changed our impression of the place.

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