Get away from it all and stay with us in our traditional shepherd’s hut on our working farm in a quiet corner of South West Scotland. The hut is sited with uninterrupted views of the River Cree and the Galloway Hills in the distance.
On warmer summer evenings relax outside and enjoy the beautiful scenery. But if it’s wet and windy retreat inside where you will be warm and toasty beside the wood buring stove.
Our shepherd’s hut sleeps 2 in a double bed. Please ask if you wish to bring additional guests (small charge).There is an en-suite eco WC, but no shower facility. All bed linen and towels are provided, along with blankets for colder days.
There is NO Wi-Fi, very limited phone signal and NO hot tub. But what you do get is peace and quiet in abundance, books, cards, board games and a radio to keep you entertained.
There is a wood burner with a rocking chair, and a basket full of logs (additional can be purchased).
There is a small gas stove with kettle and complimentary tea and coffee. Bottled water is provided for drinking. Power is supplied by a solar panel on the hut roof. There is a socket if you do need to charge your phone. No mains electric.
A continental breakfast is available by prior arrangement (£5 per person)
Sorry no pets as we are a working farm and sheep may be grazing around the hut at certain times of the year.
Off road parking is available. There is a short walk to the hut across a field with no hard path so please wear sensible shoes.
We are open 10 months of the year, closed for lambing during March and April.
We are not suitable for disabled visitors due to the huts location.