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Had a baaaad week at work? Filled with shear determination to have a woolly good break overflowing with luxury and glamour? Flock to Dartmoor Shepherds Huts for three unique ways to experience the moors: pitches here in the heart of Dartmoor National Park include grass tent spots, bell tent tipis and eco-friendly shepherd’s huts. You can mix and match when you book, so let the little lambs gambol in excitement by booking them their own tipi at a reduced price while ewe snooze in a shepherd’s hut next door.
The three huts are new to Dartmoor and are fully insulated with wool from the site’s own sheep, so remember to baaa thank you as you frolic past. And, while they’re traditional in style, the huts are properly modern and up to date: timber-built, fully equipped and sleeping up to four people (two in the double bed and another two on airbeds). Tipis sleep up to five and have detachable sides, so you can take in all the fresh Dartmoor air while lounging about and relaxing in proper style…
There are moor points here for the site’s location: pitches are in a peaceful Dartmoor valley with woodland views on one side and the Holy Brook babbling on the other, just outside the moorland village of Holne and in an area packed with activities for all ages and tastes. Naturally there are traditional Devonshire cream teas and the best of local produce around the area, but as it would be knit-picky to camp on Dartmoor and not cook over a traditional campfire too, all pitches have their own fire pits and wood is available to buy from the friendly owners.
Dartmoor Shepherds Huts is open all year round and welcomes well-behaved dogs.