- Fresh flowers and tea, coffee, milk, local apple juice and Cornish clotted cream biscuits to welcome you on arrival. If our temperamental chickens are kind enough to be laying there will also be a couple of eggs for you too!
- Full size double bed with really comfortable pocket-sprung mattress, luxurious hypoallergenic bedding, pressed cotton linen and big fluffy towels.
- Log burner and logs for the stove.
- Hot water bottles and extra blankets in case you get chilly (although if you light the wood-burning stove you will be warm as toast!)
- Oak table, 2 indoor chairs, 2 deckchairs for outdoors, storage shelves and drawers, coat hooks. 2 opening curtained windows
- Gas ring cooker. Pots, pans, utensils, cutlery, mugs, glasses, crockery. Tea towels, washing up liquid and cloths. A tap for drinking water is just outside the door.
- Salt and pepper – dried herbs and spices – olive oil – camping cook book.
- A shelf full of novels for cosying up by the fire as well as playing cards.
- OS maps and a folder packed full of our recommendations of things to see, do and eat in the area.
- Wind-up radio – Wind-up torch – Solar-powered electricity for lighting and charging phones and laptops (1 Amp max.)
- A fantastic Dancook Firepit (outside) – which you can use for barbecuing or simply to have a lovely outdoor campfire to sit round in the evening (deckchairs provided).
- In the Bathroom Hut you will find shower smellies, loo roll and soft fluffy towels
- A small fridge is provided in the bathroom hut.
AND WHAT TO BRING..
- Towels for swimming if you’d like to go to the beach or use the pool here – bath-towels are of course provided. If you let us know in advance we can arrange for you to hire swimming towels (£3 per towel) if you prefer not to bring them.
- If you’re bringing your dog please bring a towel for him/her too.
- Wellies or sturdy footwear – while we hope you will be extremely comfortable in your cosy shepherd’s hut, part of its charm is its secluded nature. The hut is in a field so stilettos, for example, are not really a sensible option!