Shepherd's Hut

Golden Hop

East Sussex, South Coast

These delightful cabins make the perfect romantic retreat for a trip to the East Sussex countryside. Surrounded by greenery, they’re ideally located for hiking through the region’s lush landscape yet close to the coast and the seaside town of Hastings.

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The Experience

In one cabin, you’ll find the sleeping space, with its comfortable bed surrounded by quirky artwork, and a luxurious bathroom complete with a roll-top bath. The second cabin features a delightfully rustic kitchen, and a cosy sofa corner.

This magnificent private site contains two gorgeous huts – one for sleeping and one for living – set in its own enclosed orchard with flowers, fruit, and wildlife in abundance.

The gated gardens are a perfect place to let your dog off the leash or simply sit back and enjoy the spectacular countryside setting.

Golden Hop offers a stylish take on a grassroots glamping with all the indulgences of a luxury hotel – it doesn’t get much better than this.

The two shepherd’s huts provide a glorious mix of rustic chic and luxury living. Hot showers, luxury linens, underfloor heating and a roll top bath are just some of the lavish touches that owners Jim and Bev have considerately bestowed upon these fabulously unique huts.

An enclosed private garden space with outdoor seating, a fire pit, flowers, fruit trees and plenty of private wilderness.

Dogs welcome, fully enclosed garden where pets can roam happily to their heart’s content.

Tucked away in a historic corner of southern England, this idyllic location is the perfect place to spend some quality time with your beau. Explore the 50 acres of ancient woodland or wander through the 350 acres of surrounding farmland – this really is a stunning countryside escape, away from the stresses and strains of modern day living.

Please note:
Parking space available off the road, outside the gate to the property.
There is no internet access in this property.
this property is not suitable for children.

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Lovely stay

We had a lovely stay - its a beautiful location - great facilities in both Shepherds Huts and very private. Would definitely stay again and recommend to others.
Reviewed by Sarah


Golden Hop is surrounded by 14th-century farmhouses, thatched cottages, pastoral farming land and fruit trees. The winding country roads leading to the accommodation allow you to unwind before you’ve even arrived.

The nearby town of Robertsbridge, 17 miles south of Royal Tunbridge Wells and only 1 hour and 20 minutes from Charring Cross by train, is located within High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

At a glance





Romantic bolthole
Idyllic setting
Character property
Beautifully appointed
Underfloor heating
Close to coast
Close to shops/pubs
Private parking



Home Highlights

Fabulous roll top bath
Explore the lush, surrounding countryside

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Golden Hop
East Sussex, South Coast

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