The Hazlewood Shepherd’s Hut
Historically, since the 15th century and into the 20th, a Shepherd’s Hut was used by shepherds during sheep raising and lambing, mainly in the UK and France. The typical structure was made with iron wheels and corrugated iron tops, and inside acted as a kitchen, dining room, bedroom, sitting room and storeroom all rolled into one.
If you’re picturing a rusty shack on wheels, you’d perhaps be historically correct. However, the Hazlewood Shepherd’s Hut is leaps and bounds from this…you’ll be pleased to hear.
Nestled amid of 77 acres of woodland with peacock’s as your only neighbours, our Shepherd’s Hut lies. Let the fairy lights glisten as you drink champagne and star gaze on your own private terrace. This accommodation promises to be secluded, secretive, cosy and colourful. The luxurious feel paired with its rustic roots makes for a pretty special, pretty different night away, totally perfect for the upcoming summer months.
We’ve got a delightful offer this summer for a 2 night Shepherd's Hut retreat for two people. This includes Yorkshire breakfast & two course dinners on both days (or perhaps, a wood fired pizza made in our woodland tipi venue delivered to your door). The offer also includes a trip to the spa to indulge in a Mud Rasul treatment on either day of your stay. Slope off to the spa, and slope back in a mystical manner. You are staying in the grounds of Castle, after all.
Explore your Shepherd’s Hut options here. Happy Summer!