Shepherd's huts with hot tubs near Fowey

This laid-back fishing port is one of the prettiest spots on the Cornish Riviera.

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12 top shepherd's huts sites near Fowey with hot tub

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Westland Farm

21 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents27 acres · Barnstaple, Devon, South West England
Camping and glamping on a working farm, with yurts, huts with hot tubs, and simple, spacious, sociable camping pitches
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Jordans Estate Glamping

4 units · Glamping2 acres · Ilminster, Somerset, South West England
Two shepherds huts and a pair of pods set on a West Somerset estate close to the Somerset Levels and in sight of the Blackdown Hills
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Rocombe Valley Retreat

5 units · Glamping1 acre · Lower Rocombe, England
Glamping near the English Riviera, with wood-fired hot tubs and coarse fishing lakes
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Shepherds Hut Hideaway in Devon!

2 units · Glamping4 acres · Bude, England
Welcome to Livit Hideaway- a hidden gem in the Devon countryside. Stay in one of our two beautiful hand crafted Shepherds huts tucked away in our peaceful small holding and hobby vineyard. Surrounded by nature you can truly unwind in the wood fired hot tub as you admire the far reaching views. Livit Hideaway is a smallholding of around 3.75 acres where we grow 200 vines for wine production, we make cider from our apples and grow our own vegetables and fruit produce. It's the ideal place to relax and really switch off. We are perfectly placed half way between Bideford and Bude, if you love the beach, then just 25 minutes in either direction you will find some of the best in the South West. We recently acquired this already established site where the previous owners ran a thriving holiday business and shared their wonderful space with guests over the last 4 years. They have passed the baton to us and we are thrilled to take over and continue to create unique new experiences for guests who visit. We run another glamping business close by called Livit Adventures- it's a family friendly site with lots of activities on offer during the summer season. We purchased this new site so we could establish a family home for ourselves as well as continue our passion for the holiday accommodation business. We hope you love it as much as we do. Here at Livit Hideaway we have two hand crafted Shepherds huts. Each hut has its own unique setting within our smallholding. The huts have wood fired hot tubs, mains electric and mains water supply, a lovely shower room with loo, washbasin and shower. We provide all bedding and towels so you don't have to bring your own. There is a cosy sitting/dining area inside by the fully equipped kitchen which includes a butler sink, oven, hob, fridge, kettle, toaster, glasses, crockery and cutlery. Each outside area includes a fire pit with a bbq grill and seating for dining and relaxing. Everything you really need for you country escape.
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Nettle and Dock Farm

3 units · Glamping30 acres · Crediton, England
Glamping in natural surroundings near Dartmoor
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The Exmoor Woodland Escape

2 units · Glamping250 acres · Somerset, South West England
A pair of charming self-contained shepherd’s huts on Exmoor – with hot tubs and views
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Dittisham Hideaway

10 units · Glamping10 acres · Downton, England
Treehouses, lodges, and an Airstream, a mile from South Devon's River Dart.
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Rosie - situated in Poldark Country

1 unit · Glamping2 acres · Wadebridge, Cornwall, South West England
A self-contained shepherd’s hut for two in the Cornish countryside
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Slow Glamping at Tillislow Farm

1 unit · Glamping350 acres · Okehampton, Devon, South West England
A shepherd’s hut with a hot tub in a private woodland in Devon
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Hideaway Huts

2 units · Glamping150 acres · Liskeard, Cornwall, South West England
Luxurious, exclusive glamping hut in Cornwall's idyllic Looe Valley.
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Moonbow Escapes

2 units · Glamping59 acres · Devon, South West England
A super-sized shepherd's hut with a wood-fired hot tub, set in the meadows of West Devon
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Exmoor Wellbeing Centre

1 unit · Glamping3 acres · Minehead, England
The shepherd's hut is tucked away in a corner of the grounds of Exmoor Wellbeing Centre at Periton House - a beautiful Arts and Crafts residence, being restored by the resident family. The house itself offers light and airy treatment rooms and a well-proportioned ex-billiard room which now hosts regular yoga classes, sound baths and meditation classes, as well as seasonal events. The site itself borders Exmoor National Park and although hidden away, it is conveniently situated just a few minutes outside of Minehead town centre. The local area offers stunning walks, coastal exploration and unspoilt scenery. Days out to Lynton and Lynmouth, Dulverton, Porlock Weir, Dunster and Watchet Harbour are all within easy reach. Minehead offers something for everyone: For keen walkers, the South West Coast Path begins from Minehead Harbour and for golfers, the Minehead and West Somerset Golf club links course offers an opportunity to play on one of the oldest courses in England. For steam enthusiasts, the West Somerset Heritage Steam Railway runs a regular service from Minehead through to Bishop's Lydeard. Mountain biking is popular locally, with tracks within easy reach of the Wellbeing Centre. Watersports are easily found in Minehead and surrounding areas from Porlock Bay to Wimbleball Lake, with equipment hire or courses available from Channel Adventures.
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Shepherd's huts with hot tubs near Fowey guide

Overview

With its pastel-painted houses and rows of fishing boats flanked by forested headlands, Fowey paints a pretty picture. Perched on the edge of the Fowey Estuary, this small port town makes a strategic base from which to explore and has a choice of seafront campsites. Hike along part of the South West Coast Path, take in the views from the seafront St Catherine’s Castle, or enjoy bird-watching around the estuary. Looking to get on the water? The beach at Readymoney Cove provides sheltered waters ideal for swimming, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding, while boat cruises set sail along the Fowey River. 

Where to go

Cornish Riviera

Golden beaches and picturesque Cornish towns hug the shores of the Cornish Riviera, which stretches west of Fowey. St Austell and Falmouth are the main towns, where you can visit the Eden Project, enjoy bird-watching around the Fal Estuary, then stop at a café for a traditional Cornish cream tea. Beach lovers have endless choices—Carlyon Bay, Par Sands, and Porthpean all draw crowds in summer, while the hidden coves around Polkerris and Portloe offer a more tranquil experience. 

Bodmin Moor

North of Fowey, the rocky tors and wild moorlands of Bodmin Moor provide a dramatic backdrop for hikers. Discover Bronze Age ruins, spot wild ponies grazing on the heathlands, or enjoy a picnic looking out over Golitha Falls. Camping here is all about getting back to nature, whether parking your campervan on a working farm or pitching your tent on the hills. 

North Coast

If you’re looking for some of the UK’s best surf, you’ll find it along Cornwall’s windswept Atlantic coast. Newquay and Bude are the main hubs, with waves to suit both seasoned surfers and first-timers. Nearby, discover the evocative ruins of Tintagel Castle, tuck into delicious seafood in Padstow, or check into a campsite by the beach in Perranporth or Port Isaac. 

When to go

Peak season in Fowey is June through September, when the waters are warm enough to swim, and the coastal breeze keeps it cool enough for hiking. This is peak season for campers, so book in advance to avoid disappointment. Winters in Cornwall can be wet and windy, so tent camping is off the menu, but off-season visitors can benefit from fewer crowds, dog-friendly beaches, and free parking at St. Catherine’s Castle.

Know before you go

  • Fowey has a few camping and outdoors stores where you can pick up supplies for your camping trip. 
  • Fowey has public transport links to many of the surrounding towns, but it is handy to have your own transport, especially if staying at rural campsites.
  • Most campsites require advance booking, and many ask for the full payment in advance. Be sure to check opening dates, as many campsites close in the winter months.
  • Wild camping is illegal throughout Cornwall.

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