Perched on the edge of the North Pennines, Herdman's Hut will ensure that you and your loved one soak in all the serenity of the Northumbrian countryside
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Sitting on the land of a working family farm is Herdman's Hut. This labour of love has been carefully crafted from the finest materials to ensure that guests experience all the beauty of the great outdoors, without saying goodbye to too many of modern life's comforts. Located on the edge of the North Pennines, this is the perfect base from which to go exploring some of North England's most scenic landscapes. For those lazy days, views of the surrounding countryside are sure to sate even the most restless of hearts. When it comes time to curl up in bed, views of the starry sky through the glass skylight promise to be the perfect end to the day. As a tranquil couple's retreat, this really is second to none.
Despite its seemingly small size, the hut has been cleverly designed to afford guests as much space as possible. In the main living area, there is a well-equipped kitchen, a small dining area, and a cosy couch - perfect for snuggling up and enjoying the views. There is also a shower bathroom. Some steps lead up to the bedroom, which houses a comfortable double bed. Guests will be able to enjoy the unspoiled night-time sky from bed, by virtue of the bedroom's glass roof lantern. Outside, guests can enjoy stunning uninterrupted views over the nearby Derwent Reservoir while cosying up beside the fire pit. This also doubles as a BBQ for those who fancy a spot of al fresco dining in the evening.
The North Pennines are a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Popular among hiking enthusiasts, it is known for its various walking routes and moorland scenery. Shepherd's hut sits right beside Derwent Reservoir. Here, guests can partake in various water sports, or a spot of fishing (for those of a more laidback disposition). There are also various little towns and villages in the area worth visiting. The historic village of Blanchard is just two miles away. Hexham and Consett are nine and 11 miles away respectively. Should guests wish to venture a little further than the major city of Newcastle upon Tyne is a 30-minute drive from the hut. There is plenty to see and do in the North East of England's largest city.
The hut also comes with a fully equipped kitchen including induction hob, kettle, toaster, kitchen utensils, crockery and cutlery. There is also an electric fire within the hut and a heated boot box just outside the hut.
Electric bike hire available at Blanchland village as.
Newcastle Airport - 17 miles
Price is inclusive of VAT.
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