Cosy cabins and hidden huts: Why the YHA is the place to stay for a very British break

Move over ‘vanlife’, there’s a new trend in town. ‘Hutlife’ delivers the off-grid experience of holidaying on the road – without the stress. It immerses you in nature without the lack of mod cons. And it lets you try out tiny house life, without the commitment.

Huts and cabins are nothing new, but the pandemic spurred demand for self-contained getaways in the great outdoors. Seasonal cabins sprang up in the Alps, shepherd’s huts appeared on English farmland, and Berlin-based startupRaus planted angular bunkers on city outskirts.

But it isn’t just innovative newcomers on the scene.

Inspired by Germany’s introduction of youth hostels, the Youth Hostels Association (YHA) brought hosteling to the English

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