Super comfy shepherd's huts on a Lincolnshire orchard offer couples an idyllic retreat in the country.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Stamford Cider Huts is owned and managed by Andrew.
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These two wonderful shepherds' huts, named Burghley Mouse and Old Tinny, offer couples plenty of authentic country charm in a marvellous, romantic setting. With both huts situated in their own private slice of a beautiful Lincolnshire orchard, the Stamford Cider Huts are the ideal location for your next romantic retreat. Privacy is guaranteed thanks to 200 gorgeous apple trees that have been planted all around, as well as a picturesque wildflower grass meadow.
Each hut has been sumptuously designed and lovingly crafted from authentic materials. Wake up in your super-comfy bed that's tucked at one end of the hut, and when the weather's warm open the windows to let that fresh country air in. Later in the year, when the evenings begin to draw in, be sure to sit on the arbour bench and toast marshmallows on the gas firepit. Or why not get cosy sipping mulled cider, whilst wrapped in a goose feather duvet in front of the flames of the log burner? And when the weather's not so great, the superfast Wi-Fi and Smart TV will mean you can get comfy and enjoy a Netflix marathon in style.
When it comes to bed time you'll love the Egyptian cotton sheets, and goose feather duvet, which help you get a fab night's sleep. At dinner time, you'll be pleased to know you have a quaint kitchenette that features a mini Smeg fridge, Dualit appliances and a microwave. There's also a hotel-grade bathroom with period chrome fittings, a decent shower with endless hot water, and a well-stocked towel with extra large fluffy white towels!
Located in a beautiful orchard in the marvellous Lincolnshire countryside, guests have plenty of marvellous scenery to explore. Avid walkers can venture out and go on a number of amazing country strolls through the picturesque Stamford countryside. Passing right by the orchard is the Hereward Way, which is an ancient public footpath that’s over 100 miles in length and links Oakham, in Rutland to Thetford in Norfolk. If you're feeling more energetic, you may wish to follow part of the walk which leads to Stamford.
Another popular feature is the tandem. It's great if you want to arrive at the local gastropub in style. Also, there aren't any other places that we know of that provide complimentary mulled cider, chestnuts to roast and marshmallows to toast.
The scenic market town of Stamford is also nearby and well worth a visit and is home to many fab pubs, great spots to eat. History lovers may also want to visit Burghley. This is one of the best examples of Elizabethan architecture in the country and has spectacular gardens that were designed by Capability Brown in the 18th Century.
As a result of our two-night minimum stay policy, we always have several "Orphan Nights." These are single night stays, which we offer for £100 to maximise our occupancy. The "To" price is for peak periods in the year like Valentines Day, Easter, bank holiday weekends and Christmas.
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