SPECIAL PLACES TO STAY IN 2021 AND BEYOND

Let us feed your imagination and help you to find that unusual place to stay for your unforgettable short, or long, 2021 break.

Stay in one of our Hideaway Spaces

Short or long stay, we’ve got a hand-picked unusual selection of hideaway spaces in tucked away locations for you to choose from. From beach huts on the Hampshire Coast to Safari Tents pitched in a Somerset Orchard - we’ve got something for everyone. If you’re wanting to reconnect with family and friends then what better way to do so than to book some quality time in a memorable setting. Contact Us at enquiries@hideawayspaces.co.uk

Beach Hut

Hampshire / New Forest / Beachfront
Sleeps 2 - 5
Bedrooms 2
Beautiful fully self-contained hut right on the beach – literally a stones throw from the sea.  You won’t need to move from this spot for your entire stay. Dogs welcome. Just perfect.

Beach Hut 

Hampshire / New Forest / Beachfront
Sleeps 2 - 5
Bedrooms 2
Beautiful fully self-contained hut right on the beach – literally a stones throw from the sea.  You won’t need to move from this spot for your entire stay. Just perfect.

Luxurious Tent with en-suite

Somerset / Hideaway Orchard
Sleeps 2 - 4
Bedrooms 1
From our friends at The Pop-Up Hotel, simply the most luxurious tented suite you will find.  Enjoyed by celebrities for weddings and festivals, nestled in our Hideaway Orchard.

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Hilltop Cabin

Eype / Dorset/ National Trust Organic Farm
Sleeps 2 
Bedrooms 1
Our first Cabin, a small fully equipped house with en suite tucked into the countryside close to an amazing organic cafe, where you can order food produced on a National Trust farm.

Apple Pickers Hut

Somerset / Hideaway Orchard
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
A tiny hut with large covered terrace tucked away in our Somerset Orchard. Clad in English sustainable timber with an outdoor kitchen and fire-pit next door.

Apple Pickers Hut

Somerset / Hideaway Orchard
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
A tiny hut with large covered terrace tucked away in our Somerset Orchard. Clad in English sustainable timber with an outdoor kitchen and fire-pit next door.

HISTORIC USE OF HIDEAWAY SPACES

Check out some of the potential use of our spaces, small detached spaces have been used to inspire writers, businesses and travellers around the world. There is something about spending time in a small detached spaces that have helped inspire many people to do great things.

  • Dylan Thomas wrote in a bike shed study perched on the cliff above the boathouse on the Taf estuary in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, where he spent the last four years of his life. His poem, "Over Sir John's Hill", celebrated the view of the estuary the room gave him, Sir John's Hill being located across the bay.

  • Childhood friends, William Harley and Arthur Davidson, founded one of the earliest American motorcycle brands. They built their early bikes in a garden shed. Harley Davidson is consistently heralded as one of the world's most popular motorcycle companies..

  • In 1943, at the age of only seventeen, Ignvar Kamprad established IKEA. Starting off in his family’s 2 metre garden shed in Sweden, he enlisted the help of the local milkman to deliver his ordered products to the nearest post office. Ignvar then invested in an armless chair and started to develop a taste for furniture design..

  • Roald Dahl leans on a cane while standing outside the shed where he used to write, the Gypsy house in Buckinghamshire. Roald had been taking holidays in nearby Tenby since his childhood, and on one visit to Laugharne in the 1950s saw Dylan Thomas’ writing shed and realised he needed a similar place in which he could focus on his writing without being disturbed. Photograph: Ian Cook.

  • In 1923, and fresh from Missouri, Walt Disney sets up his first animation studio in his uncle’s LA garage. Paying $1 per week rent, Walt creates his beloved Alice Comedies in this space..

  • Philip Pullman at the door of the shed in his Oxford garden, the shed was built when his son started playing the violin. Pullman wrote all three books of His Dark Materials trilogy in this shed.Photograph: Eamonn McCabe.

  • Virginia Woolf’s shed at Monks House in Sussex. Photograph: Eamonn McCabe. .

  • When students Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard quit their jobs in 1939 to start their partnership, little did they know they’d later be considered founding fathers of Silicon Valley. Within this 12x18 shed, they started the technology giant Hewlett-Packard..

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DEVELOPERS OF HIDEAWAYS

Our team have extensive experience of the development of really special hideaway spaces, for the renowned Pop-Up Hotel including Safari Suites, and Tented cabins to resorts in the Caribbean and much more. Please do get in touch with us if you would like a Hideaway Space developed for a holiday property, home office or garden living solution.

  • Turn your garden or spare land into a hideaway heaven with income generating appeal. Contact Us

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  • Create a fully functioning home office and added house space just a short walk from your kitchen. Contact Us

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  • Let us help you create beautiful accommodation for elderly relatives or independent children. Contact Us.

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