We have two huts Oxton Hill Hideaway and Oxton Hill Paddock View.


A stay in our hut includes all sheets and towels plus we provide coffee, tea, milk, biscuits and a DIY granola/porridge/cereal breakfast too. Cooking equipment includes a refrigerator, microwave and toaster inside plus a gas BBQ outside. All cooking, washing and eating utensils are also provided.  We also have an overflow fridge/freezer on request for longer stays. Shampoo, shower creme and conditioner is also provided so all you need to do is bring yourself!

To book our accommodation please  click the 'Check Availability' button above, this will take you to a booking page where you can check dates and reserve a booking.

Winter 2020 offer - Book 3 nights and get 25% off the whole booking. (Valid for stays in January and February only).


You can also book via Booking.com, Airbnb, Campsites.co.uk, Pitchup and Freedom camping.  We much prefer guests come direct first though -  if you want to see what people say why not check out our wonderful reviews on these websites.


Please don't hesitate to email oxtonhillhideaway@gmail.com or phone 07899 962029 should you have any queries. 

Charges range from:

£65 midweek per night winter (September - March) to £70 Sunday- Thursday and £70

April - August.  

We are a certificated location camp site with Freedom Camping.  This is registered with Natural England. We don't take touring caravans or tents and have just the two lovely huts and a bell tent in summer available so are beautifully discreet and unique.

Terms and conditions.

Once the booking has been made you can cancel up to 7 days prior to your stay.  Unfortunately after this time the full cost of your stay is incurred, payment is taken using  7 days prior to stay.  We recommend customers take out holiday insurance to cover any unfortunate circumstance where a stay cannot occur.  Damages will be charged for. Adult only site and each hut sleeps a maximum of two . Dogs are very welcome but do incur a £10 per dog cleaning charge (no dogs classified under the Dangerous Dogs Act are permitted and the huts are really not suitable for dogs bigger than a labrador but do ask!).