Beautiful shepherd’s hut in a picturesque village with glorious, open countryside views towards Kielder. With several outside seating and dining options and friendly wildlife close by.
Enjoying a beautiful, secluded location in the grounds of a Grade II-listed manor house in the friendly village of Birtley, this cosy shepherd’s hut makes a fantastic retreat for two. Perfect for a couple seeking a tranquil and romantic getaway, the tastefully furnished hut offers ideal accommodation for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers exploring Northumberland National Park. Featuring a warming wood burner, fire pit, BBQ and a delightful private garden, this snug and imaginatively designed retreat is within easy reach of the historic market town of Hexham and is ideally situated for following the route of Hadrian’s Wall.
The hut can be reached via the manor house’s side garden gates, with three steps leading up into the snug and inviting interior. This light and fresh living space is full of character and features a comfortable sofa which converts into a double bed at night-time. The hut also has a warming wood burner, an oil heater and plenty of storage space. The kitchen has a useful range of equipment including an induction hob, small multi cooker, small fridge and microwave, as well as a sink which can be covered to make a handy worktop. A couple of dining chairs and a small wall table with a DAB radio provide a lovely spot for breakfast. The hut also has access to a stylish shower room. There are several seating areas outside perfect for dining alfresco or for stargazing.
You will have access to acres of private woodland nearby, and there are a number of picturesque villages nearby with some great places to eat and drink. Hexham (12.5 miles) is known for its abbey and racecourse. Other local attractions include Chesters Roman Fort and Museum, Housesteads Roman Fort, Corbridge Roman Town, and the Temple of Mithras at Carrawburgh (all within 15 miles).