Herdy Huts are located in the pretty Cumbrian townof Ambleside in the heart of The Lake District National Park, in the grounds of Rydal Hall. Guests are invited to experience the dramatic landscape of Rydal and Grasmere in a traditional Shepherd’s Hut.
These huts are beautifully equipped with everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Each one has a double bed, single bunk bed with hyper allergenic memory foam mattresses and fresh colourful duvets and linen. The views from the stable door and windows are amazing and the wood burning stove will keep you toasty warm. The Shepherd Huts each have their own outside brazier and bench and we are happy to accept one well behaved dog.
Our shepherd's huts are superbly equipped with the following:
All kitchen / cooking utensils provided – (including bin liners, washing up liquid and tea towel).
Wood burning stove and oven (with wood, newspaper and kindling).
Fresh linen and duvets on the beds.
Tea light Lanterns with spare tea lights.
Fabrics and cushions.
Cast iron gas hob stove.
Drop leaf oak table and chair.
Sleeps three persons.
Double bed with memory foam mattress.
Single bunk with memory foam mattress.
You can walk straight from the huts through a stunning woodland sculpture path to access historic Rydal Hall. Great for exploring, the Hall’s extensive 34 acre grounds has ornate gardens, a Grotte and superb tearoom. Elsewhere on site there are paths which lead past cascading waterfalls and secret pools. A hydro turbine has been installed on Rydal Beck – replacing the existing system and will generate enough power for 400 homes. The small town of Ambleside is within walking distance, with amenities such as shops, restaurants and a five screen cinema.
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Groups are welcome by arrangement.