Shepherd's hut in the scenic setting of the Peak District.
- Well-equipped accommodation with a built-in double bed, electricity and hot water
- A haven for walkers, with plenty of trails nearby and spectacular views out to the Peak District National Park
- Fantastic wood-burner to keep you snug and toasty
The Owner Says
Features & Facilities
The hut has a built-in double bed (bedding, linen and towels provided), 2 arm chairs, a side table with sink, a wood-burner (free logs and coal provided), electricity, microwave, kettle toaster, tea, coffee, mugs and more, plus a DAB CD radio. We also have broadband for you to connect. Gas BBQ, campfire pit and picnic table outside, plus a fridge in the nearby garage. A modern toilet and shower block is located around 100 metres from the hut (toiletries provided). Plenty of free parking and secure space for bikes. Sheep, a turkey, chickens and a pet deer in the adjacent field.
ActivitiesThe rural shepherd's hut is in the heart of the hills of the Peak District National Park, with England's very highest village, Flash, just 1 mile away. The result is an abundance of good walking opportunities from the doorstep, including the Manifold Trail, Monsail Trail and Tissington Trail and short local routes up Crome Hill. Picturesque Hollinsclough village is a short stroll away, while Macclesfield Forest (20 mins drive) offers a wealth of outdoor activities and wildlife to spot, including the heronry at Trentabank Reservoir. Buxton (the highest spa town in England, if you're counting) is 5 miles away and home to Buxton Opera House (01298 72190), The Dome Theatre (01298 330620), swimming baths, go karting, Go Ape (01603 895500), pools cavern and many other activities. History buffs should head to the much-filmed Chatsworth House (01246 565300).
Food & DrinkIt's 1 mile to Flash Bar Stores Café (01298 22763), which does a decent breakfast, pies and traditional Derbyshire oatcakes – dine al fresco for spectacular views. The Winking Man (01538 300 361) in Upper Hulme and The Lazy Trout in Meerbrook (01538 300385) also come highly recommended for evening meals. For something a little different, The Knights Table (01298 23695) in Quarnford is a medieval-themed restaurant with a meat-heavy menu that will fuel you back up after a day's hiking in the peaks. Buxton's market days are every Tuesday and Saturday on the Market Place in Higher Buxton. Leek's main outdoor market is on Wednesdays, with indoor market days on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in the restored Victorian Butter Market.
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