Hillside View Shepherds Hut
The Owner Says
22ft long x 8ft wide
Quirky and stylish this little gem of a Shepherds Hut has breathtaking views as far as the eye can see.
Ockeridge Rural Retreats has a trio of Shepherds Huts each one unique and non more so than this one.
Designed with space saving features this hut transforms with a simple and quirky fold away double bed creating a spacious seating and dining area.
Relax and unwind in the amazing large bathroom with a full sized shower, Toilet and wash basin. Perfect for washing your troubles away and relaxing after a hectic day
A full length decking area brings the outside in and doubles the floor area of the accommodation. If your looking for a room with a view then look no further as the name implies the Hillside View Shepherds hut has amazing views of the Martley Hillside as far as the eye can see.
The high spec kitchen has everything you need to whip up your favourite feast including a full sized oven, Belfast sink, Fridge, Toaster & Kettle. And there’s plenty of space to enjoy your meals together too both inside or out.
Once you’re ready to catch forty winks, dive under the covers in the double bed with luxury Egyptian cotton sheets and goose down duvet, turn on the Flat Screen TV and relax and un-wind.
This Shepherd Hut really is the perfect retreat for couples.
Features & FacilitiesThe shepherd Retreat hut is ideal for couples and families and has under-floor heating and features a king-sized bed and 2 single bunks (bedding & towels provided), a breakfast table and chars, a kitchen with hobs, oven, fridge, sink, utensils, crockery and cutlery, a smart LED television, en suite bathroom with shower and an outdoor table with chairs. For something really unique there is even an outside roll top enamelled bath tub so you can stargaze whilst soaking your troubles away.
ActivitiesIt's just half a mile from Ockeridge Rural Retreats to the local fisheries (07398 176362; you can walk there easily) so bring your tackle if you're a keen angler. Witely Court (0370 333 1181), a vast, ruined Victorian mansion and once of the great country houses of England, is 2 miles away. A devastating fire in 1937 left it in the state you find today – undoubtedly one of the country’s most spectacular ruins and a real spectacle in its own right. It's 6 miles, meanwhile, to Worcester city centre, well known for its magnificent cathedral (01905 732900) and independent shops. National Trust-owned Greyfriars' House and Garden (01905 23571) is well worth a visit, as is the Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum (01905 25371) on rainy days. The small Tudor House Museum (01905 612309) is also fantastic. When the sun is shining, though, nothing bears getting outdoors and exploring the Malvern Hills. The designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just under 10 miles away and is renowned for mountain biking, along with miles of footpaths and hiking trails. For a more sedate way to take in the Worcestershire scenery, try The Severn Valley Railway (01299 401776), 8 miles away.
Food & DrinkThe nearest pub is the Holt Fleet (01905 620286), 2½ miles away on the edge of the River severn. The Crown (01905 640408) in Hallow (5 miles), is a strikingly modern, gastro pub affair and can be walked to via country lanes allowing you to really explore the area.
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