Shepherd's huts near Weston-Super-Mare with horseback riding

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Romantic Country Glamping

2 units · Glamping2 acres · Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, South West England
A pair of self-contained glamping getaways in Wiltshire
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Tunnel Glamping

1 unit · Glamping15 acres · Rhondda, Cynon, Taff, South Wales
Blaennantygroes Farm is fifteen acres of peaceful uplands which includes a four acres broadlleaf wood and a field which is part of a large Site of Special Scientific Interest. Our elevated position gives a spectacular view across the valley, and behind is forestry and open countryside leading to the top station of Bike Park Wales. We are 100 metres from the mouth of the closed Merthyr Tunnel, hence we are known locally as 'Tunnel Farm'. The line of the disused track now proves a level walk through woodland which starts at the bottom of our drive and continues past the Rhoswenallt Inn, 1 mile, and on to Llwydcoed, a further 2 miles.
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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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Strawfields Cabins and Camping

8 units · Glamping, Tents4 acres · Titching Park Lane, England
Camping and rustic glamping with campfires on an idyllic smallholding close to North Devon’s best-loved beaches
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Longview and Combe Cottage

3 units · Glamping6 acres · Minehead, England
This secret holiday retreat is found over half a mile up a private farm track in the middle of nowhere with only wildlife and farm animals as neighbours. There are two B and B rooms in the main house and a self catering shepherds hut. The self catering Shepherd's hut, Longview, is situated away from the house in its own paddock and from the top of the Brendon Hills has extensive views across Exmoor to Dartmoor. The hut is more than the normal shepherds hut it is luxurious !; comfortable and cosy with a wood burning stove and underfloor heating, its own shower room with flushable loo. In addition there is a kitchen facility with fridge/freezer, a sink and coffee making facilities. This hut has the benefit of an additional room in an adjacent stable and although basic is cosy and comfortable and provides day accommodation with additional cooking facilities including a 2 ring hob and small combination microwave oven. The space also has an additional table and chairs and a dog bed providing accommodation for them too. The stable provides storage space for bicycles, wet weather gear, muddy boots and a heated clothes rack for drying wet clothes so practical throughout the year,. Outside there is a firepit and a gas barbecue The dark skies of Exmoor National Park at night allow visitors to look at the stars and there is a telescope available for hire with stargazing handbook. There is an annual stargazing festival on Exmoor every September . There are adventures on your doorstep and directly from the house and hut there are wonderful walks on footpaths across farmland with more rugged walks on the High Moor where herds of Exmoor ponies and red deer can be regularly seen. The rivers and streams with otters, dippers and kingfishers are plentiful with friendly pubs in many of the Exmoor villages. The north Somerset and Devon coast line is beautiful. Wimbleball Lake is within walking distance where there is a sailing club and other watersports. In the main house at least 500m away there are two double B and B's with ensuite shower rooms where the hosts Nick and Jane live. These have been recently decorated to a high standard. Coffee making facilities are in each room and breakfast is included in the price. There is a garden room where the guests can comfortably rest in the evenings after their active day with access onto a terrace. There are games, jigsaws, books and a small television available. The hut can be rented individually or with the B and B rooms. Either way the privacy of the hut is not compromised by the B and B accommodation in the main house as they are very distinct areas.
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Shepherds Retreat Wales

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Talgarth, Wales
Situated on a traditional working farm in the Brecon Beacons National Park, we offer three beautiful and cosy Shepherds huts. Each hut has a double bed, storage, table and chairs. There is a separate shared well-equipped kitchen with dining table, cooker and large fridge freezer. The shower and toilet room is situated to the rear of the kitchen room. Outside chairs and tables are provided along with towels and bedding. Lighting is off grid, battery powered lights are provided in the huts and shared spaces. Each hut has a wood burner and the farm sells additional firewood along with apple juice and fresh eggs, from their honesty box. The huts have amazing views of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains, a perfect rural retreat to get away from it all.
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£60
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Greenwood Huts

1 unit · Glamping3 acres · Taunton, England
Greenwood huts are nestled on a beautiful working sheep farm in the Brendon Hills, on the edge of glorious Exmoor. A natural habitat for wildlife in a spectacular landscape with dark starry skies provide a truly unique escape. Private, exclusive use of 2 huts and the whole site for up to 10 people. (There will be no other guests on site)
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Dulais Valley Meadow

1 unit · Glamping14 acres · Carmarthenshire, South Wales
'Highland Hut' is a traditional sized Shepherds Hut which was lovingly built in 2021 by a Lincolnshire Huts to the highest standard. Appropriately named after of our own fold of Highland Cattle, the hut is set in its own wild flower meadow completely private and with a beautiful view over the Dulais Valley. It is an ideal hideaway for couples with its cosy insulated interior, double size bed with luxury wood fired hot tub and private fire pit with a supply of logs and even a few outdoor duvets for those late nights outside under the stars. A converted vintage horse trailer acts as the washroom with a walk in shower, compost toilet and washbasin. For families who wish to bring their own tent and pitch up in the meadow alongside the hut as additional accommodation there is an additional charge.
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Andrea's Farm Breaks Keepers Hut

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Corfe Castle, Dorset, South West England
Andrea's Farm Breaks is Keepers Hut glamping accommodation run alongside a working farm campsite in the heart of Purbeck. Andrea is pleased to offer a little luxury for those who want to camp at Downshay Farm in a comfortable bed. Farm is a working farm in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck, ideally located for exploring the stunning World Heritage Site coastline. The Pike family has farmed here since 1956. The farmhouse is largely Victorian although parts of the house and some farm buildings are much older. The accommodation looks out over the lovely views of Corfe Castle and the Purbeck Hills. The seaside town of Swanage is just over 4 miles away as are the sandy beaches of Studland Bay. Local footpaths and Swanage Steam Railway also make exploring Purbeck easy, and we are a few minutes’ walk from Harmans Cross Station. Enjoy the sandy beaches of Shell Bay, Studland and Swanage or go rock pooling or fossil hunting at Kimmeridge Bay. The Coastal Path will take you along the coast to Durlston Country Park, Dancing Ledge and Winspit. The deserted village of Tyneham and its own bay is a short drive away, then follow the scenic road over the Ranges to Lulworth and Durdle Door. Local attractions include Monkey World and Bovington Tank Museum, and a walk through the RSPB bird sanctuary at Arne to Poole Harbour is recommended.
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Fernwood Glamping (New Forest)

2 units · Glamping1 acre · New Forest, England
Secluded, peaceful glamping on the edge of the New Forest
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The Shepherdess Hut

1 unit · Glamping15 acres · Ilfracombe, Devon, South West England
Set in a hilltop near Ilfracombe in North Devon, Fullabrook Farm Retreat is home to The Shepherdess shepherd’s hut. Based on a family-run working farm, this romantic hut is ideal for a couples’ holiday amid spectacular woodland views – plus the chance to have the place to yourselves – apart from the grazing sheep in nearby fields of course. Built from scratch by the site owners, the hut is decked out with a kingsize bed, dining and living space, plus an en-suite bathroom with a powerful, hot shower. Thoughtful extras here include robes and toiletries, plus a TV for chilling. There’s a gas oven and hob in the modern kitchenette, alongside a fridge with freezer and a stylish Belfast sink. There’s no danger of you feeling the cold on chillier evenings, as the hut has its own central heating. For those sunny evenings, the private patio has a barbecue, tables and a firepit, so you can dine outside and cosy up around the fire as the night sets in – look out for some spectacular sunsets and starry displays on clear evenings. If you can manage to drag yourselves from this lovely little spot, the local village is West Down (five minutes’ drive), which has a community-run shop for stocking up on barbecue essentials, as well as a foodie pub if you fancy a change of scenery.
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£115
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Nefoedd Shepherd's Hut

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Reynoldston, Wales
A shepherd’s hut with countryside views and a hot tub on the beach-fringed Gower Peninsula
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This traditional British seaside resort is the place for camping and glamping in Somerset if you want sea, sand and all the fun of the fair as well as easy access to some of the county's most popular attractions. This town on the Bristol Channel saw business boom in Victorian times and it has a Grand Pier, bandstand and plenty of elegant buildings to prove it. Times may have moved on and while it's still the beach that's the main attraction, it's also a fabulous place to pitch if you want to visit Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge and the south-west's other treasures. The team at Hipcamp have hand-picked the best campsites in the area for this collection.

Shepherd's huts near Weston-Super-Mare with horseback riding guide

Overview

Camping and glamping in Weston-super-Mare

Weston-super-Mare probably ranks as Somerset's best-known seaside resort. With donkey rides on the beach, adventure golf, amusements and ice creams the town offers the opportunity for good old-fashioned British holiday fun. Whether it's the family-friendly attractions, the salty-air and sea or the retro appeal that's tempting you there, camping and glamping offer great ways to stay in this part of the south-west. Pitch up near Weston-super-Mare and you can choose between days spent on the sands and days sightseeing further afield in Somerset. Weston (as it's known locally) is well-located in the north of Somerset if you want to visit Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge, Glastonbury, Wells or Bristol, during your holiday here. With the rural landscapes of the Mendip Hills and Somerset Levels inland, there are plenty of camping and glamping sites near Weston-super-Mare that have caught the attention of our travel experts from classic campsites to glamping sites with yurts, shepherd's huts and bell tents on offer.

Things to do in Weston-super-Mare

It's no surprise that most of the sights and attractions in Weston-super-Mare are clustered around the coast. Spend a day, or a week, on the beach during your Weston-super-Mare camping holiday and you can ride a donkey on the sands, enjoy theme park rides on the pier, and build sandcastles on the beach. There's also a SeaQuarium, adventure golf and a 40-metre ferris wheel among the amusements of the seafront. You can discover the roots of the resort with a trip to the Weston Museum and see the Victorian architecture by strolling along the prom. For a wilder walk, head south of town to Brean Down where a 1.5-mile headland juts out in to the Bristol Channel offering spectacular views, birdwatching and a special habitat for wildlife.

Inland, it's around 20 miles to the underground attractions at Wookey Hole and Cheddar Gorge and not much further to England's smallest city, Wells, with its disproportionately large cathedral. Alternative and quirky Bristol has plenty of attractions if you fancy a day in the city during your camping and Glamping Holiday and is well within an hour's drive.

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With its promenade, seaside hotels and Grand Peir, Wester-super-Mare (or just 'Western') in Somerset has a bucket-and-spade atmosphere but still very much keeps up with the times. Green spaces, National Trust sites and the nearby Mendip Hills, provide more outdoor fun for campers, with plenty of good campsites nearby.

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