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The Shepherds Hut

The Paddock, 40 kirk Road, Ballymoney, Co Antrim, BT53 8HB
The Shepherds Hut

About

Why not make the most of your staycation in Northern Ireland this year or even if visiting for the first time, come and stay in our uniquely handcrafted shepherds hut, situated within the Causeway Coast and Glens. This stunning and beautifully handmade shepherds hut is located within the mature lawns and garden of a rural farm. This idyllic location gives peace and relaxation for an memorable stay. The hut comfortably allows two people to enjoy a romantic getaway or midweek break. This retreat has more than meets the eye as it is fully equipped with a shower and facilities. Within the living space is a handcrafted kitchen fitted with heritage styling details, along with a stove and dinning area made from stunning spalted beech. This then transforms easily into a double bed within seconds where you can comfortably relax and stare through the curved skylight above, perfect for a starry night! Next morning enjoy something from our included breakfast basket. Afterward take your car for just a short drive to the causeway costal route for many picturesque world famous sights including Game of thrones locations and the Giants Causeway along the beautiful North Coast, 12 miles away. On return feel free to relax within the gardens with a bbq or by the fire pit roasting marshmallows.
This location has great transport links being close to local train and bus stations and is very easily navigated to by road.
Come and experience the traditional elements combined with modern facilities for an unforgettable unique stay at Bannfield Shepherds Huts.

Facilities

Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Room / Unit Features

  • Hairdryer Available
  • Tea & coffee making facilities

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