A choice of five beautifully built artisan shepherd's huts in the Northumberland hills, each with their own outdoor bathtub.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Sitting on the sprawling Northumberland grounds of Prendwick Farm and just on the edge of the dramatic Northumberland National Park, you will come to the Huts in the Hills. Although rustic in appearance and set in some of England's most sparsely populated land, the huts benefit from all the mod cons necessary for a modern getaway, including fridges, ovens, hot showers, and flush toilets. And while every hut has its own distinct character, there is one thing that they have in common: quality. Each of these delightful cabins is constructed from the finest quality reclaimed oak, with artisan hand-forged wheels and sheep’s wool insulation.
There are five to choose from in total: Dunmore, which sleeps two and has a charming little terrace; Hedgehope, with a maisonette bed and sliding oak dining table - again sleeping two, but slightly larger; the Hütte, a uniquely designed two-story, two-person hut; Cheviot, a four person hut which boasts children's bunkbeds and a dramatic skylight; and then Maylies, the largest of the five. Maylies sleeps up to five guests and has two double beds along with a single bunk bed. Because the location is incredibly remote and the huts are spaced far apart, guests are assured of the utmost privacy. Although the huts are the perfect setting for a self-catering getaway, food can be arranged. This includes breakfast hampers, picnic lunches, and even evening meals.
Prendwick Farm benefits from sitting right on the fringes of Northumberland National Park. Why not take a hike to the Cheviot Hills or along the iconic Hadrian's Wall? The region is incredibly remote, and so makes for some of the best stargazing in the whole of the UK. Other local places of interest include the Victorian country house of Cragside and Howick Hall - the home of Earl Grey. Just a 30–40-minute drive away you will come to the spectacular Northumberland coastline, replete with beaches and ample surfing locations. For the history buff, there is The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, linked to the mainland by a causeway and cut off twice daily by the eb and flow of the tides.
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