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Choose your shepherd’s hut
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There are currently six shepherd’s huts to stay in at Wriggly Tin. They are set well apart in a quiet meadow that many of the locals don’t even know about! Every hut is different and each has it’s own personality. Some suit couples and single guests, while others can accommodate families or groups of friends.

The huts, or ‘tins’, as guests often call them, are all equipped to the same high standard. There’s a full length double bed, plenty of storage space and a fully equiped kitchen area. The wood-burning stove is big enough for several pans and even has a small oven.
If you prefer, you can cook outside on a campfire - all the kit you’ll need is provided. The stove also keeps the hut snug and warm and is handy for drying damp clothes! Bed linen and towels are all included, along with firewood and store-cupboard essentials.

Butser and Barrow huts both sleep two. Butser is cosy and romantic, while Barrow has a bright and airy retro interior.
Beacon has an additional single bunk, so it can sleep three.
Old Winchester (aka Winnie) is a 100-year-old hut that has been painstakingly restored to provide a nostalgic retreat for two.
Boundary is a bit larger than the other huts and the clever design can accommodate up to five people!
Tiny Tin can be an add-on bedroom; a dining room; extra living space or just about anything. It’s even been a childrens’ play shop!
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“We loved the hut, even  down to the small details. Everything