Coppicer's Cabin

Adhurst, Hampshire

Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
Suitible for: 2 Dogs icon 2 Dogs
Suitible for: undefined Children welcome icon Children welcome
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Owner pets on site
  • Livestock on site
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Why we love it

Off grid, surrounded by woodlands and in the heart of an AONB, Coppicer’s Cabin’s the perfect spot to take your hound and get close to nature

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Going lead free for a few days
  • Exploring the local area and woods with you
  • Visiting local dog-friendly eateries

Humans will love

  • Being off grid and in nature
  • Waking up with an outdoor shower
  • Snuggling by the wood burner

The place

This really is the ideal spot if you’ve been looking for somewhere to escape off grid for a few days. Set in the heart of the South Downs National Park, you can head in any direction for adventures in wild spaces with your four-legged friend. On site, there are plenty of woodlands all around to take your dog on a sniffing tour of the locale, and even a stream to dip your toes in, or to let your hound have a little paddle (though check how strong the current is first!). You can even arrange a number of courses to try out on site, which’ll get you into the spirit of connecting with nature. Whether you explore the nearby towns and villages or simply mosey around closer to home, you’ll love finishing the evening off in your cosy cabin beside the wood burner.


  • 1 x Double bed in an open-plan layout
  • 2 x Camp beds
  • 2 x Double mattresses on a mezzanine level, accessible by a tree stump ladder


  • Private bathroom in the wooden hut next door with an outdoor shower and compost WC
  • Communal wet room by the car park
  • Hot water is available throughout the cabin and outdoor shower

Living and relaxing

  • Living area and kitchen outside under the canopy
  • Indoor wood burner
  • Outdoor firepit area
  • Initial firewood and kindling
  • Thick blankets

Cooking and dining

  • Outdoor kitchen including a dual gas hob, kettle and BBQ
  • Cooking basics supplied - utensils and crockery
  • A communal freezer located by the main car park
  • Please bring kitchen towels, cloths and sponges

For the dog

  • Water bowl
  • There's a small hook in the outdoor living area if you'd like to attach a dog lead
  • Dog bed on request

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • £30 per dog per stay
  • Early check in and late check out is possible on request
  • Babies are allowed but you'll need to bring your own equipment
  • Two children can be accommodated on the mezzanine level or on camp beds

Optional extras

  • Initial firewood is provided. Additional wood for the fire bowls is £15 and chopped wood for the (inside) wood burner is £20. Bring your own firelighters, charcoal and lighter

You should know

  • Four-legged friends aren't allowed on the bed but they'll find plenty of cosy spots to snuggle down in
  • There isn’t an enclosed garden at this space, but dogs are allowed free roam of the site!
  • Wild deer roam the on-site woodlands and could potentially come up to the cabin
  • You might hear shooting during the night, which is to control the local deer population, but it won’t be during peak season
  • There can be livestock in neighbouring fields, so be sure to lead up when needed
  • A tree stump ladder is used to get up to the mezzanine level, so not suitable for everyone!
  • There's no electricity or wifi, which makes it the perfect excuse for a digital detox
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In the neighbourhood

  • Enjoy a wander to the local dog-friendly pub, The Queens Head. Offering a traditional setting with a village green garden and cosy rooms – dogs, children, and groups are all welcome. They serve incredible homemade food, mixing the pub classics and themed vegan dishes (e.g. Greta Thunburger). But Italian’s the prevailing style, so expect garlic bread, bruschetta pizza and much more
  • Discover the Downland Open Air Museum, a fascinating 50-acre site showcasing medieval houses, mills, forges, and more. This dog-friendly attraction invites you to explore freely and indulge in the great café and shop available on site. Immerse yourself in history, as you roam the open-access grounds, appreciating the incredible architecture and stretching both your and your hound’s legs
  • Set off on awe-inspiring walks starting from Harting Down, where incredible views await. Lose yourself in the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape whilst enjoying the company of your four-legged friend. Traverse the scenic trails, taking in the breathtaking vistas and the tranquillity of nature. These walks offer a perfect opportunity to reconnect with the outdoors and even better, a way to tucker out dogs bursting with energy
  • Treat your dog to a refreshing dip in the River Rother at Adhurst. While wee ones might be better off on the sidelines due to the strength of the current, larger dogs can enjoy the invigorating waters – just be sure to check the currents first! Rother provides a perfect opportunity for your dog to cool off during warm summer days while you both relish being out in the wild
  • Immerse yourself in history and natural beauty by visiting Uppark House National Trust. Afterwards, you can embark on a picturesque drive to Compton Village, where you can indulge in a delicious lunch at the dog-welcoming Coach & Horses pub. Revel in the rich heritage and architectural splendour of Uppark House, before heading to the charming village to savour great food, creating a delightful day out for both you and your canine companion
  • Indulge in various outdoor activities such as fly fishing, nature walks, bushcraft, basketry, and birdwatching. These exciting experiences can be arranged with on-site experts. Request further details from the owner upon booking to tailor your adventure to your preferences – and spend some time learning some analogue skills to keep your mind in the present!
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