This charming Shepherd Hut is situated in the lovely garden of the adjoining Bed & Breakfast, in the picturesque village of Portinscale. This Keswick Accommodation provider has paid particular attention to detail to ensure that you have a comfortable stay
This charming Shepherd Hut is situated in the lovely garden of the adjoining Bed & Breakfast, in the picturesque village of Portinscale. This Keswick Accommodation provider has paid particular attention to details to ensure that you have a comfortable stay.
The Shepherd's Hut is connected to the mains electric and it consists of an adult-size single bed, desk with chair, small log-burner, electric heater and tea & coffee making facilities. In the corner, you have a plumbed-in WC with basic. Included in the hire rate is a wholesome Cumbrian breakfast, freshly cooked and served in the house.
Need to know:
Arrival days are any day of the week, however, there is a minimum of a three-night stay required.
- One dog is welcome to stay with you for an additional cost of £10.00 per stay.
Situated just 1-mile from Derwent Water is landing stage at Nichol End from where you can join the Keswick launch for boat trips. Watersports enthusiasts are well catered for with hire of canoes, kayaks, rowing boats, dinghies and windsurfers as well as tuition at Derwentwater Marina. YOur accommodation is very near the starting points for the very popular walks up Catbells, Causey Pike and the Coledale Horseshoe as well as the Newlands Round.
Portinscale is served by the regular X4/X5 – Workington/Cockermouth/Keswick/Penrith bus. Portinscale is also on the 77/77A Honister Rambler bus route to Buttermere, a spectacular scenic tour, which gives access to many beautiful walks.
Portinscale benefits from a traditional pub called the Farmers Arms with a bar and beer garden and The Chalet Tearooms and Restaurant serving high-quality food for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea. The Lingholm Kitchen and Walled Garden, a 10 minute stroll from Keswick has a fantastic cafe with a stunning 100ft long glass wall looking down on the octagonal walled garden that sits on the same spot as the old Lingholm kitchen gardens that Beatrix Potter credited as her original inspiration for Mr McGregor's garden in The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
- Bed Linen Provided
- Dogs permitted
- Log Burner / Fireplace
- Pub within 1 Mile
- Walks nearby
- Check In4:00 PM
- Check Out10:00 AM
- Max Guests1
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- The maximum occupancy is one person.
- A minimum stay of 3-nights applies to all bookings.
- 1x Dog is permitted @ £10.00
- There is a loo in the shepherd hut in addition to a private bathroom with shower in the main house.