The Duck Hut

A romantic cabin for two from £94 per night. Minimum 2 nights stay.

One double bed on a mezzanine level accessed via a ladder

The Duck Hut is set in a small copse of trees in this quiet secluded corner of Kinton and looks out over open countryside with unspoilt views across the meadows and wandering sheep leading up to the top of Corndon Hill. Just up the hill is the shower shack, where you can still enjoy the scenery from the modern bathroom. Owner Frankie’s house is just visible over the rise, but doesn’t impose on the solitude at all.

The Duck Hut began life as fishing and shooting hut in the 1940s, built by aircraft manufacturers Boulton and Paul as they diversified between the wars. When Frankie found it, it had seen decades of neglect, but had enough stiff structural lip to be dismantled, relocated and carefully restored with many of its original features preserved. The broad deck and veranda have been made with creativity and flair and are perfect for comfortable star glazing.


Minimum 2 night stay.
Low: £94 – w/e £115
Mid : 104 – w/e £125
High: £115 – w/e £135
Bank hols: £135 per night 3 night minimum.


Please book direct through Canopy and Stars


the important stuff

Check in: 4pm
Check out: 10am (other times available on request) 

Please bring wellies, a torch and umbrella
Please be aware that it is a very bumpy track up to the property

Sleeping arrangements
One double bed on mezzanine level accessed via a ladder. Bedding and towels are provided.
Well equipped kitchen with double electric hob, small electric oven, fridge and cooking equipment.
 Outside there is a gas BBQ with extra hob, small fire pit for BBQ or a camp fire. Basics such as tea, sugar, salt and pepper, tin foil, washing up liquid etc are provided but please do ask if you’re short of anything.
The shower shack behind/above the hut has a flushing toilet and hot shower. Hand wash and shower gel are provided.
Heating and Lighting
The hut is heated with a Wood-burner. 

There is electric lighting, plug sockets and USB charging ports. Please NO hair dryers or anything that uses too much power. Thank you!
Books, binoculars, games and cards and sheep, nature watching and star glazing.