Beautifully hand-crafted with consummate skill and an eye for quirky detail, this bespoke shepherd’s hut is an absolute delight. Everything has been meticulously planned, from the long, low corner windows, which give a breathtaking view from the comfort of the extra long (7'6'') bed, to the hand-crafted wood-burner ensuring toasty warmth whatever the weather outside. Vintage light fittings and reclaimed wood-cladding contrast with a contemporary stainless steel work surface while Ercol chairs, hand-made cushions and patchwork quilts add comfort and a touch of retro homeliness. Tucked into a sheltered tree-lined nook above a wooded valley, the views from the hut and the outside deck-area stretch for miles, encompassing the wild walks and ancient tors of Bodmin Moor in the far distance.
Largin’s Shepherd’s View is set within Largin Farm, close to picturesque fishing harbours at Polperro and Looe and sandy south coast beaches. The Owner’s 35 acre small-holding has a small herd of Friesian cows and around 100 sheep, adding a touch of authenticity to this gorgeous little bolthole. They offer three Bed and Breakfast bedrooms in their farmhouse (so know a thing or two about hospitality) and provide a home-made cake for their shepherd’s hut guests, as well as milk, tea and coffee. Heading home from a day of exploring, comfort is assured in the hut with the comfiest of mattresses, piles of cushions and fully double-glazed windows. The kitchen-area has a gas hob, a little oven and a fridge to keep the fizzy chilled, while the en suite shower-room has a heated towel rail keeping it gloriously snug, all ensuring a perfectly restful and relaxing glamping experience. There are plenty of places to explore locally from beautiful Boconnoc Estate, almost on the doorstep with acres of parkland to explore, to wonderful gardens at Lanhydrock and Mount Edgcumbe. Walkers will love the coastal footpaths and antiques buffs will enjoy the many antiques and vintage shops in nearby Lostwithiel, while gardeners will be in heaven at the renowned Duchy Nurseries with its extensive range of plants and a wonderful cafe serving locally-sourced food.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner, electric cooker (2 ring, grill and mini oven), fridge, radio and double bed
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please note, a young baby under six months old only (non-crawler) is accepted at Largin’s Shepherd’s View. *There is no room for a travel cot but you are welcome to bring a baby in a moses basket.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Deck furniture and fire-pit barbecue
- Towel rail in shower-room and an oil-filled heater for living-area
- Logs for wood-burner
Largin's Shepherd's View is a gorgeous, totally bespoke hideaway set in the most wonderful little wooded copse.
An eye for every little detail, everything has been made by hand in this gorgeous hut.
The double bed is extra long for tall people and is super comfy too.
Just look at the view from the comfort of your bed!
Even the steps, the little seat and the flowerpots have been upcyled to create unique features.
The little kitchen-area is fully equipped with everything you will need.
Open up the stable door and enjoy the views.
There is a an electric grill and mini oven and a two ring has hob and fridge all clevery designed to fit in.
A good night's sleep is a sure thing here!
The Owner provides a fabulous welcome breakfast hamper for your arrival with fresh farm produce - a great start to your holiday!
Even the taps have been uniquely created from upcycled items.
Clever, quirky and unique just about sums up everything in this beautiful hut.
Your inventory is fully stocked.
Can it get any more unique?
The wood-burner will keep you very toasty in the cooler months.
Clever upcycling techniques.
And not forgetting the en suite shower-room too.
With hot shower, wash-basin and proper flushing toilet of course.
A shepherd's hut would not be complete without a sheep!
The hut enjoys lovely countryside views.
The field behind is often the home to sheep, full with lambs in the lambing season.
There is a firepit barbecue and some deckchairs for further relaxing times and a bit of outdoor cooking.
Light the fire, cook the sausages and enjoy the tranquility and views.
A great spot all day round.
Looking towards the hut from another angle.
The final touch with the door key.
The track from the parking area to Largin's Shepherd's View.
Surrounded by farmland.
Where's the shepherd?