hiddle hut

time to rest

the Hiddle Hut

Situated in its own private and exclusive paddock with spectacular views of our Northumbrian landscape; car parking is right next to the hut which has an Electric Car Charge Point available for an agreed cost, an outdoor fire pit and grill, a covered bar area on the outdoor deck for dining and fresh herbs from the trough for guests to use. There is a lockable bike store and hose pipe to wash off muddy boots and bikes.

Seasonal fruit and vegetables will be available as an optional extra from the adjoining kitchen garden. Come and have a chat if you see me working in the vegetable plot.

Beyond the garden is our small woodland copse with a winding path to the clearing with a bench to sit and enjoy a drink and take in the sunrise, sunset and beautiful views.

Designed to sit naturally in the rural landscape, the hut has an agricultural aesthetic with its black exterior and domed corrugated roof, which allows it to blend in with its setting. Made from reclaimed wood and with sheep’s wool insulation – the hut typifies a luxury experience; quality bedding, a huge monsoon shower in the ensuite bathroom with a double ended roll top bath with stunning views and a flushing toilet.

In the kitchen is a Smeg fridge freezer, Bosch dishwasher, Gas oven and hob as well as granite worktops, a coffee machine and Dualit appliances. You can sit at the oak breakfast bar and enjoy a drink or a meal as you take in the views and listen to your favourite tunes if you pair your phone to the Roberts Radio/ Bluetooth speaker.

In the adjoining cosy snug is a wood burner, a leather two-seater sofa and footstool and a smart T.V.  Wi-Fi is available via EE mobile network.

The second floor is accessed by a reclaimed spiral staircase which leads to the bridge, bedroom and ensuite bathroom. Please be aware that the Hiddle Hut is not fully accessible and therefore not suitable for people with mobility issues.

A choice of different breakfast hampers can be pre-ordered as an optional extra and will be in the fridge on your arrival. We have a wonderful local pub and a Village store and Tea room in Bardon Mill which is a twenty-minute walk away or a five-minute drive or why not take the hourly bus which stops outside the field. There are lots of cafes, restaurants and pubs in Haltwhistle which is only three miles away or if you prefer fine dining you could book to eat at one of the many excellent restaurants in the area such as The Beaumont Hotel in Hexham or Michelin Star restaurant Hjem in the village of Wall. However, if you prefer a self-catering holiday, you will find everything you need to make your own meals in the hut.


Why Is it called Hiddle Hut?

From Middle English:  A hiding-place; a sheltered spot (Noun)

From Old English hȳdels : A place of concealment, hiding-place, cavern, cave, equivalent to hide +‎ -le. To shelter (in one’s arms) (Verb)

To nestle closely; take shelter. (Verb)


The Hiddle Hut sleeps two adults but unfortunately, we cannot accommodate dogs as the paddock has adjoining farmland which often has livestock. We have made huge efforts to reinstate the field as a traditional meadow and as a wildlife habitat and therefore do not allow additional guests to stay in tents or in any other forms of accommodation.


Optional Extra Breakfast Hampers  £35.00

One hamper contains breakfast for two over two days. Either to cook yourself or prepare and assemble.

Traditional English Breakfast

Sausages, bacon, mushrooms, Free range eggs, tomatoes, Sourdough bread


Overnight apple and hazelnut oats
Savoury Cheese, Ham and egg muffin
Sourdough and home-made preserves.


Smoked salmon, avocado, eggs, tomato
Sour-dough and home-made preserves.


Home-made Chocolate granola with oat or soy milk -please advise which on booking.
Halloumi, avocado, spinach, tomato, mushrooms, sourdough
Sourdough with home-made preserves

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