Charlotte's Hut, Old Rectory House, Kilve

ID: S475662

  • Bedrooms 1
  • ・ Sleeps 2
  • ・ Pets No

About this property

The epitome of an away-from-it-all retreat, Charlotte’s Shepherds Hut huddles in secluded bliss at the foot of the Quantock Hills in Somerset and offers guests a magical spot for romance while at the same time an idyllic way to escape life’s hustle and bustle.

Locally crafted and clad in oak, this beautiful little property exudes a rustic charm from its humble exterior yet doesn’t skimp on luxury in the slightest. Guests will delight in its stunning décor and sumptuous soft furnishings while being treated to a number of high-quality and somewhat unexpectedly cool features like a marble basin, brass kitchen worktops and curved skylight above the bed for moon gazing at midnight.

Positioned in a quiet field overlooking the sprawling countryside, Charlotte’s also enjoys spectacular views that roll all the way down to the sea, and a private wood-fired hot tub which perches on its own small deck to the front of the hut is exactly the place you’ll want to completely unwind while taking in those far-reaching vistas.

Spend your days stretched out on a blanket with a picnic and a good book in the nearby meadow or meandering one of the many surrounding paths that are strewn throughout the landscape. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty there are woodlands and valleys to explore as well as the rugged beach at Kilve (just 12 minutes’ walk away), and the huts even offer fossil finding and birdwatching kits for you to make the most of the experience. Evenings can be whiled away with a G&T around the outdoor fire bowl or curled up inside with a home cooked dinner and a game of cards while the log fire roars away in the corner.

Charlotte’s Hut can be found on the family-run smallholding of Old Rectory House in Kilve, rural Somerset. To find out more about what the site offers including its surrounding attractions >> please click here

Both huts provides guests with a selection of board games, cards, local maps and books, as well as a bird watching kit and a fossil hunting kit. Access to the huts is by foot and a short walk from the parking area. The way is unlit but there is a torch supplied in each hut for guests to use.


Small but beautifully equipped kitchen with luxurious brass work top, induction hob, fridge/freezer and Belfast sink. There is a toaster, kettle and coffee pot as well as a full range of utensils, cookware and crockery

A starter pack of tea, coffee, milk, sugar, oil, salt and pepper are provided

Living / Dining area

There is comfy upholstered corner seating with cushions for lazing on, and a coffee table which expands into a full dining table so that dinners can be enjoyed indoors as well as out. A radio and a Bluetooth speaker allow guests to set the mood to the sounds of their favourite playlists or station

Please note that there is no TV in the hut. There is Wi-Fi which can be used to steam on devices.

The hut has a corner log burner (logs are supplied). For nights when guests would prefer not to light the fire there is a built-in electric heater under the seating with a thermostat on the wall which will keep the hut nice and cosy


A fab pull-down double bed rests above the seating area and is adorned with luxury bed linens. A curved glass skylight arches overhead so that guests can enjoy a magical vantage point of the night sky


The bathroom has an electric shower, heated towel rail, marble sink and flushing toilet. Towels, a hair dryer and complimentary Bramley toiletries are also provided


The hut has its own private garden with a seating area to the front. A Kadai fire pit, grill and bowl provides an authentic outdoor cooking experience and is also a great way to cosy up together either toasting marshmallows or enjoying a glass of bubbly. A uniquely designed private wood fired hot tub offers extraordinary countryside and sea views and is perfect for relaxation any time of the day. Logs for the hot tub are supplied

Guests are free to explore the stunning grounds which include a walled orchard and a willow tunnel which leads to a fabulous croquet lawn. Seating areas dotted throughout the wild flower meadow make for peaceful places to sit and unwind and are also perfectly positioned for taking in the sea views or for enjoying a picnic


Allocated parking for 1 car however access is via a country lane so visitors should be aware of the uneven conditions.

Nearby points of interest

  • Torre Cider Farm
  • Hestercombe Gardens

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