Living / 22 July, 2022 / My Baba

14 Luxury UK Beach Huts For A Dreamy Seaside Getaway

Staying in a beach hut in the UK can be a unique and enjoyable experience. Here are some fun things about beach hut stays in the UK:

  1. Coastal Views: Beach huts often offer stunning views of the coastline. You can wake up to the sound of crashing waves and enjoy beautiful sunrises or sunsets from the comfort of your hut.
  2. Beachside Living: Beach huts provide direct access to the beach, allowing you to spend your days lounging on the sand, building sandcastles, or taking long walks along the shore.
  3. Outdoor Activities: With a beach hut as your base, you can enjoy various outdoor activities such as swimming, surfing, paddleboarding, beach volleyball, or even kite flying.
  4. Picnics and Barbecues: Beach huts are perfect for al fresco dining. You can have a picnic on the sand, set up a barbecue, and enjoy delicious food with the sound of the ocean as your backdrop.
  5. Relaxation and Sunbathing: Beach huts offer a private space where you can unwind, read a book, or simply soak up the sun. It’s a great opportunity to relax and enjoy a slower pace of life.
  6. Wildlife Spotting: Many coastal areas in the UK are home to diverse wildlife. From seabirds and seals to dolphins and even whales, you might have the chance to observe these fascinating creatures from your beach hut.
  7. Coastal Walks: The UK has a plethora of beautiful coastal paths and trails. Staying in a beach hut allows you to easily explore these scenic routes, offering breathtaking views and a chance to connect with nature.
  8. Sunrise and Sunset Photography: Whether you’re an amateur or professional photographer, beach huts provide fantastic opportunities to capture stunning images of sunrise and sunset over the water.
  9. Community and Atmosphere: Beach huts often create a vibrant and friendly community atmosphere. You may meet other beach hut owners or visitors who share a love for coastal living, leading to interesting conversations and new friendships.
  10. Unique Accommodation: Staying in a beach hut is a departure from traditional accommodation options. It offers a charming and quirky experience that adds a touch of novelty to your holiday or weekend getaway.

Remember to check with the specific beach hut provider for details on amenities, availability, and any local rules or regulations that may apply to ensure a pleasant and enjoyable stay.

Our favourites for families in 2023

Together Travel, John O’Groats

John O’Groats lodges and apartments are located in a tiny hamlet set amongst a stunning and extreme landscape that combines awe-inspiring coastal stacks, dramatic cliffs, forests and white sandy beaches.

Shaldon Beach Huts, Shaldon, Torquay

These beautiful bijou holiday retreats provides the perfect leisure stay for ‘all season’ fun and is the perfect choice for romantic stays, small activity groups or glamorous beach babes!

Bournemouth Beach Lodges, Bournemouth

The Bournemouth Beach Lodges offer an enchanting overnight stay overlooking beautiful beaches in a tranquil location all year round. The Lodges are located only a few steps away from the soft sand and lapping waves and offer stylish accommodation for up to four adults and two children, each with their own extensively equipped kitchen, toilet, shower room and WIFI.

Blue Cabin By The Sea, Cove Harbour, Berwickshire

From its elevated position the Living Room commands the best views of the harbour, children playing and visitors on the beach, the tide coming in and going out, the boats going fishing when they can and the shipping in the distance. Occasionally seals and even dolphins can be seen. Internally the room is furnished with two Orkney chairs, other antiques, pictures, prints and treasures of all kinds. For a rainy day there is an extensive library and a warming stove. There is also WiFi and a smart TV. There is no need to venture out to enjoy Cove.

Image credit: Blue Cabin by the Sea

Seabank, Selsey

A characterful beachfront villa, in the historic seaside town of Selsey. This wonderful railway carriage conversion captures the charm and eccentricity of the great British coastline.

Barefoot Beach House, Camber Sands, East Sussex

Barefoot is a unique weather boarded holiday home nestling in the dunes on an award winning sandy beach. Live the barefoot life. Breathe in the fresh sea air, feel the sand between your toes, start the day with a morning swim, end it cosying around the fire pit. Whatever you do you will find staying at Barefoot Beach House is good for the soul any time of year.

Beachcroft Beach Hut Suites, West Sussex

Situated on a seven-mile coastal footpath, Beachcroft Beach Hut Suites make the ideal West Sussex bolthole for exploring the great coastal and countryside the county has to offer. The benefits of being by the sea have long been a tradition since Victorian time, so prepare to be transported to days of fresh sea air, sandy toes and salty lips, your classic bucket & spade holiday with a twist of luxury. Family & Dog-friendly, perfect for accommodating larger groups of multi-generational families or ideal for making a splash for a celebratory occasion!

Coastguard Lookout, Dungeness, Kent

Get away from it all in this beautifully converted tower originally an HM Coastguard radar monitoring station for shipping in the Channel. Thoughtfully converted to a contemporary building with modern furnishing and high-end comforts imagine waking to the sound of the sea blissfully putting the rest of the world aside with a dramatic view in every direction.

Photo Credit: Peter Marlow / Coastguard Lookout, Fog Signal @peter_marlow_foundation

Pevensey Bay Beach Retreat, Pevensey Bay, Sussex

This stunning family holiday home has direct access to Pevensey Bay beach and has been stylishly decorated and furnished throughout – the perfect backdrop for memorable getaways with friends or family.

Image credit: Bramley & Teal

Sands Studio, St Ives, Cornwall

Sweeping uninterrupted views over St Ives Bay from your private balcony. Located in the heart of St Ives in the characterful ‘Downalong’ area.

Photo credit: @pennywincer

Neyth Atlantek, Porth

With its own first floor private balcony with magnificent, unrivalled views of Porth Beach and out to sea, this is a very special holiday haven, with the soft golden sand just a few feet away!

Cliffside, Whitsand Bay, Cornwall

Traffic-free coastal escapism at its finest cosy up in this perfect little cabin clinging to the cliff and all you’ll hear is the wind and the waves in this totally unspoiled corner of Cornwall.

No. 1 The Beach, Porthtowan, Cornwall

The Beach has been fitted and finished to a very high standard throughout – the apartment interior is chic, contemporary and light. There are stunning, uninterrupted sea views from almost every room, including both bedrooms. The private sea-view balcony is perfect for relaxing outdoor meals.

Calshot Beach, Southhampton

Calshot Beach forms part of a mile-long shingle spit which reaches out into the mouth of Southampton Water. From here you get a great view of the ships coming and going from one of the UK’s largest ports.

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