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Staying at Wriggly Tin
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Our shepherd’s huts are tucked away in a secluded meadow, surrounded by ancient woodland and the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park. You can spend sunny days exploring the countryside, cooking on an open campfire or just chilling under a shady tree. If the weather’s not so hot, the huts provide a warm,
dry retreat from the worst the British summer can throw at them. Because they are so snug, the shepherd’s huts are perfect for spring and autumn breaks too.

The heyday of the shepherd’s hut was the late 1800s, when they provided a simple mobile home for shepherds who had to spend long periods of time with their flocks, especially during lambing.
At Wriggly Tin, our huts are hand built for us by Plankbridge Hutmakers in Dorset, to an authentic 19th-century design. Thankfully, inside you’ll find a few improvements to make life more comfortable than it was for a shepherd in Victorian times. The huts have beautiful vintage fittings, a wood-burning stove, luxury cotton bed-linen, a fully equiped kitchen (small but perfectly formed!) and everything else you need for an relaxing and memorable holiday.

We currently have five shepherd’s huts to stay in, two of which have additional bunks that are perfect for children. If you need more beds, or a communal dining space, we also have a cute little hut that can be moved around and sited next to one of the other tins.
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What’s in  a name? ‘Wriggly Tin’ is  a slang term for corrugate
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It’s camping, but not as you know it!