The Shepherds Hut is on a working hill farm with sheep and cattle. It has picturesque views of east Bilsdale's countryside and its stone walls.
Tucked away in a secluded position, with only one hut so guests have complete privacy.
The Shepherd’s Hut has a comfortable double bed, wood burner for heating and small seating area with table inside. There is a private kitchen and bathroom a step away, while the front door leads to an outdoor seating area with a barbeque and parking space.
During the 1800s Shepherd's Huts were a familiar sight in rural England.The Victorians made them to provide shelter for herdsmen. Originally they were made of timber and later of corrugated steel sheeting. Shepherds could move from field to field tending their sheep, especially at lambing time.