This is a beautiful, quiet location. The hut is cute and gorgeous. But it has downsides. Unlike a campsite, you cannot park your car near your hut. As the storage in the hut is little more than in a tent (unlike a caravan), then using the car as storage is not really an option. The toilet/shower room looked lovely, and was very large, but the shower was not great. It is operated by a pull-out lever, which I found I kept knocking to either turn the shower off, or knock it into the very cold position! As it has little power (done on head of water, of which there is not much), then it is not possible to direct the water away from the lever to avoid this. Also, the drain was inconveniently located, directly under the shower head, so that you either had to stand in the hairs of the previous user, or stand with legs astride of the drain. The lack of power meant that showering took longer, so was perhaps a false economy. As were the strip lights, which are only more economical if turned on/off for 3-4 times a day, not many times as here, and hence have an irritating flicker. Personally, we did not like the shower room being entered through a door in the kitchen area; showering with your neighbour doing the washing up just the other side of an internal door felt a little weird. There is only one shower for the 2 huts, potentially up to 5 people. This did not present problem for us, but if everyone preferred a morning shower, and both huts were leaving the same day, this could have caused hold ups. Something to carry washing up to and from the utility room would have been useful. When camping I use a collapsible crate. One final bug bear - the gate, which you have to go through between the hut and the utility/shower or car - has a strong spring-loaded catch. This was hard to pull back because of the angle of the handle, plus the strength needed really did not do my bad shoulder any favours.
Look, I'm being honest. It wasn't a bad stay, in fact we had a lovely time, but there were a few little annoyances, which I have highlighted, taking up a disproportionate amount of space compared to the positives, but I wanted to explain them so that other users know what they are letting themselves in for, thus making it less of a disappointment when they encounter them!