The Heather Hot Tub Hut
- Built on stilts with two large windows, one overlooking a small orchard
- Fully functioning kitchen area with an induction hob, microwave and fridge, freezer
- Wood fired hot tub housed in an adjoining log cabin, with panoramic views over the countryside
The Owner Says
Heather Hut is a beautifully appointed shepherds hut with adjoining log cabin with indoor seating and eco hot tub. The infinity appearance leads to panoramic views of Pendle Hill and Gisburn Forest in the distance.
Everything has been done to a high standard, with a Krups Nespresso coffee machine, Lloydloom dining chairs, Abraham Moon fabrics and hotel grade pocket sprung mattresses with a choice of duvets (summer or winter).
The hut has a Hobbit log burning stove and a fully functioning kitchen area with an induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, toaster and kettle. The bathroom has a heated towel rail, complimentary “Out of Eden” toiletry packs, towelling robes, hair dryer, shower, small sink and flushing toilet.
The wood fired hot tub is housed in the adjoining log cabin which also has a seating area with panoramic views over the countryside and infra-red heating for when it gets cold.
Outside there are seats and tables along with a fire pit which doubles up as a BBQ. Soft lighting sets the scene for a relaxing evening.
Outdoor rugs, bed linen, towels, bathrobes and bike storage are all included. A starter pack of kiln dried logs are included, further packs are available by request. Free WiFi is available on request.
The huts are cosy and compact. The dimensions are 2 metres (6.5ft) wide by 6 metres (20ft) long.
Facilities in the Hut
Electricity with USB charging points
Hot and cold running water
Flushing toilet, shower and smalll basin
Heated towel rail
Electric 2 ring induction hob
Refrigerator and small freezer
Krups Nespresso coffee machine
Crockery ,cutlery and cooking utensils
Seating and Dining table
Double bed which converts into daytime sofa
Hotel grade pocket spring mattress (Mammoth Advanced favoured by professional sporty types!)
Hobbit log burner with stone hearth
Choice of 4.5 tog Micro Fibre or 13.5 Tog Duck Down duvet
Bed Linen – 200/400 Egyptian thread
Towelling Robes - to keep you warm after the hot tub
Tea / Coffee / Milk / Bread / Marmalade / Butter / Biscuits
Picnic hamper and rug (for you to use on days out)
A starter pack of kiln dried logs (extra logs and BBQ charcoal available to purchase on site)
Facilities in the Log Cabin and Outside Area
Wood-fired, fresh water Scandinavian hot tub
Log burning stove
Seating area with bath robes and cosy rugs
Panoramic long distance views over the countryside
Infra red heating
The outside area (3.5mts x 7mts) has a chunky upcycled table
Weather proof cushions
Fire Pit which doubles up as a BBQ
Lit up by warm festoon lighting
Welly & boot storage, with integrated welly puller !
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Copy House Hideaway with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance due 30 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
Huts feature a double bed (converts into a sofa; towels and bedding all provided), a log burner, seating, a dining table and a compact kitchen area with a fridge, freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, Nespresso coffee machine, a two-ring induction hob and all the crockery, cutlery and utensils you’ll need. Basic foodstuffs and condiments are provided. Huts are en-suite, with a shower, flushing loo and basin, with toiletries provided. There are heated towel rails and USB charging points. Free WiFi connection. Outside, you’ll find a wood-fired hot tub, a seating area, boot storage, an infra-red heater, a firepit and BBQ and beautiful festoon lighting. Parking is directly behind each hut. Safe bike storage is available.
The Pendle Way runs through the field next to the glamping site, making the place ideal for walkers (which takes in Pendle Hill, amongst other top spots). But while the local walking is excellent (and the views from Copy House Farm are sure to draw you out), for most people the real hiking attractions are a short drive away in the Yorkshire Dales. It takes less than 15 minutes to drive to Skipton (the delightful town, an attraction in its own right), from where you cross the national park boundary. It’s 25 minutes to Bolton Abbey, around the same to Malham Cove and a touch more to Gordale Scar, while walking the Dales Way up to Appletreewick (great pubs en route) is popular, with ample spots to swim in the River Wharfe during summer.
Food & Drink
There are a couple of good pubs within a mile of the shepherd’s huts. The Craven Heifer (01282 843007) in Kelbrook is recently renovated in a modern style, with a separate bar and high-class dining areas (plenty of outdoor seating to rear), while Black Lane Ends (01282 863070), on the old road from Colne to Skipton overlooking the Pennine Moors, is an independent free house with an excellent reputation for food (served daily from 12–9pm in the two rooms either side of the bar). It’s particularly good for walkers on the Pendle Way, as is The Hare & Hounds (01535 631200) in Lothersdale, a popular community pub with a large main bar with fires at both ends. Four beers are always available on handpulls, one of which is "Lothersale Blonde". For a lighter daytime bite, try Utopia (01756 692522) at Broughton Hall.
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