Situated in a private hamlet in an area of designated natural beauty, our shepherd’s huts are just moments from famous Peak District walks, rides and landmarks including the Monsal and Tissington Trails, the Pennine Way and Kinder Scout, creating an ideal and secluded base for walkers, cyclists and nature enthusiasts. Guests in our huts can also take part in art, nature and learning at Chatsworth, with a range of talks, courses and guided walks in the house, garden, park and farmyard just 2 miles away.
The five shepherd’s huts at Heathy Lea have been sympathetically designed to reflect their natural surroundings, bringing the outside in with high-quality natural materials, such as ethically sourced oak. Skilfully handcrafted, they are fully insulated to keep you warm in winter and cool in summer. Each hut has everything you need from supremely comfortable beds, a log burning stove, fully equipped bathroom, a mini kitchen with chef’s basics, outdoor furniture, Wi-Fi, and a complimentary welcome pack.
Our shepherd’s huts can sleep either two or four people. They come with a king sized bed or a king sized bed and bunk beds in our family hut. Bunk beds are full size and can accommodate adults if required. Our five huts are located in quiet spots across the Heathy Lea site and all offer a private outdoor terrace area and views across Chatsworth Park.
One king-size bed | welcome pack | linen and towels | off-road parking | kitchenette – with fridge freezer, sink, microwave oven | crockery | outdoor furniture | fully-equipped bathroom with flushing toilet and shower | electricity | children welcome
Dogs are unfortunately not allowed in the shepherd's huts.
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