New for 2021, two Shepherds Huts sited by a small woodland at Nanpusker in Hayle, Cornwall, great for any glamper looking for modern luxuries. These high quality Shepherds Huts created by Pumphrey and Weston are built using their locally sourced materials. With the design, materials and proportions all being kept as close as possible to the traditional Shepherds Huts of the 18th and 19th Century.
What is a Shepherds Hut?
In the 1800s and early 1900s, Shepherds Huts were widely used in the Southern part of England for Shepherds to watch over their flock of sheep. It provided shelter for the Shepherd and occasionally a lamb. The Shepherds Hut was sat on cast iron wheels with wood and corrugated steel sides with an arched corrugated steel roof. The Shepherds Huts created by Pumphrey and Weston keep a similar style with a modern feel.
Inside the Shepherds Hut
Inside the Nanpusker Glamping Shepherds Hut we have provided every comfort required for the glamper with each Shepherds Hut having a beautiful handcrafted kitchen, double bed, shower room and wood burner to give a lovely cosy feel. Wi-fi is available to help you stay connected and be able to plan your trips around Cornwall.
The interior of the Shepherds Hut:
Private parking beside Godrevy and Gwithian Shepherds Hut
Fixed double bed – sleeps two
En-suite shower room with heated towel rail
Hot water supplied by an unvented cylinder
Multi fuel burner
2 ring induction hob
Fold down table
Saucepans, frying pan, plates, bowls, mugs, tea pot, cutlery and utensils
Juliet table and chairs
Shepherds Hut Rules
- Sorry we regret, NO Pets in any of the Shepherds Huts
- All the lodges are Non-Smoking
- Minimum two nights stay
- Prices shown are per night
- 20% deposit required on booking with the balance paid eight weeks before the commencement of your holiday.
Availability and Prices
The season to stay in our Shepherds Huts begins on the 13th March and ends on the 30th October.
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To find out more information about each Shepherds Hut and their availability please see below: