Shepherd's Hut - Sleeps 2
Painted a rusty red outside – the colour of our free-roaming Tamworth pigs - the Tamworth hut has double glazed doors opening onto a veranda facing the setting sun.
The interior uses recycled materials including floorboards salvaged from the west wing of the Castle, and is furnished with an antique writing-desk and two armchairs.
The double bed is 5ft wide x 6ft long - suitable for most adults - and situated at one end of the hut, surrounded by three walls, making it warm and cosy on even the chilliest of nights. However, we do suggest our taller guests might be more comfortable in a full length king-size bed in one of our tents.
The bed has a luxury natural fibre mattress, feather duvet and four down pillows, pure Egyptian cotton bed-linen, and colourful recycled wool blankets.
The ‘Hobbit’ wood-burning stove in the corner has a glass door so you can watch the flames, with a stove-top kettle and a Bialetti coffee-maker.
There is ample storage space beneath the bed for luggage.
Lighting is provided by a battery hurricane lamp, two bedside reading lights, and a candle lantern.
Outside, the hut has its own upcycled fire-pit and barbeque grill, with two hardwood outside chairs.
"A wonderful, tranquil haven in a fascinating place – loved the peace and quiet, comfy bed, great views and wildlife – planning our return for our next wedding anniversary."
- Dom and Alice, UK
|Low - Easter-end June (excluding Bank Holidays), September-October|
|Peak - Bank Holidays, July-August|
|Closed - November-Easter|
|Check-in days are Monday and Wednesday. Weekend bookings check-in on Friday. Accommodation prices are per unit and remain the same for single or double occupancy. The Tree Houses and Shepherd’s Huts sleep maximum two people. All our luxury tents have space for one extra camp bed. The tree houses and shepherd’s huts are not suitable for an additional camp bed.|
Unfortunately we cannot offer a refund or alternative date for your campsite booking.
Our campsite ethos is all about the peaceful observation of nature. For that reason we cannot accommodate large groups, stag or hen dos, or weddings.