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Haven on the Hill: English Getaway Handmade with Reclaimed Materials

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Looking to stay somewhere magical in England? This Haven on the Hill fits the bill! It’s all handmade from reclaimed materials and is filled with fun vintage decor.

It has a large porch with amazing views and a pizza oven! There’s a separate handmade outhouse, but guests have access to a full bathroom in the main house nearby. It’s available to book on Airbnb, by the way.

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The Haven on the Hill Reclaimed Tiny Cabin with an Outhouse in England!

Haven on the Hill

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Here’s the neat Victorian bed indoors.

Haven on the Hill

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Electric fireplace to keep things toasty.

Haven on the Hill

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The decor makes the place so cozy.

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Toaster oven and mini-fridge for snacks.


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Also all you need for tea & coffee – essential!


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Love the door. So inviting.


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Look at that great big porch!


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Just an example of the cute stuff onsite.


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View from the porch. Love it!


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Good spot to relax.


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How charming is this?


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The pizza oven for making yummy treats.


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Here’s the adjacent outhouse.


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Inside, cold water for washing.


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Precious decor!


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Chemical toilet for middle-of-the-night.


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Here’s the bathroom at the main home, which you have access to.


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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Eric
    June 14, 2020, 7:34 pm

    How cool is this? For me, not at all. It is old… in a bad way. For me it has no redeeming features. Poky feeling is the impression I get. Looks like slap dash construction. And really? An outhouse. In winter that would be painful… especially in cold drizzly weather. Middle of winter, well I think you’d freeze your nether regions off. As for the (cough, cough) Victorian bed, I’ve slept on a few and without exception they wobble and creak. Totally conducive to a good nights sleep. NOT! But I’m sure there’ll be people who’ll love it. Just I won’t be one of them.

    • James D.
      June 15, 2020, 3:20 pm

      It’s a possible issue with the heat sources they provide, if you’re particularly susceptible to the cold, but add a real wood stove and it won’t be such a problem…

      Mind, a real wood stove gives off radiant heat and doesn’t just warm the air. So all exposed surfaces, including you, gets heated and it’s a penetrating heat that helps shore up your internal temperature to make you more resistant to exposure to the cold. So it could actually be a few minutes before it even bothers you… There are reasons why the old ways worked for so long before modern conveniences…

      Modern heat sources don’t require the maintenance and continuous monitoring that a wood stove does but trade off is they are typically less effective heating systems that usually only heat the air and thus indirectly heat you and makes you more vulnerable to temperature changes of the air… Only radiant floor heating and similar gives comparable benefits…

      While radiant floor heating is also something you can do with a wood stove to help spread it even further and can add additional thermal mass to help the heat last longer… Or even create a warmed path to the outhouse… So it’s an addressable concern…

      Alternatively, there’s heated clothing that can keep you toasty easily for such short trips, just remember to keep their batteries charged or replaced… Even just a little heat around your torso can help keep your whole body warm…

  • mike...
    June 14, 2020, 9:08 pm

    Wondering if there is a build video or website that goes with this enchanting place? Makes my mind wander to a future fun time. Thank you!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 15, 2020, 2:55 pm

      I can try and reach out and see if he has any details on that!

  • Theresa Perdue
    June 15, 2020, 12:02 pm

    OMG❣ It’s absolutely adorable 😍. I would not mind a bit of cold to use the restroom because I can warm right up by the cozy fire. I can almost see the fairies floating around.

  • Linda Tracy
    June 3, 2021, 9:20 pm


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