At the heart of a farmstead in the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Duck's Puddle enjoys its own enclosed and private setting complete with a hot tub and little bridge over the stream. Hidden in a very private setting, this lovely shepherd's hut looks up across farmland towards the hills and woodlands of the Quantocks and is an ideal hideaway for a couple and a four-legged friend.
If you can tear yourself away from your own private retreat here, the Quantocks are criss-crossed with ancient footpaths which take you up to the wild spaces of the high open heathland. The traditional villages that are dotted throughout this area give you plenty of choice for eating out in welcoming local pubs. Try The Rising Sun at West Bagborough for a wonderful Sunday lunch - best to book first, or visit the farm shop at Bishops Lydiard for provisions for a BBQ back at base camp followed by a starlit evening in the hot tub.
Duck's Puddle has been lovingly fitted out and furnished - an excellent example of the glamping experience, with a wood-burning stove, comfy king-size bed, en suite shower with a constant supply of hot water and plenty of other home comforts. What is very special here is the privacy of the setting. Open the five-bar farm gate and pull in to your own site and instantly feel far removed from the pressures of a hectic life.
Also at this farmstead are Lamb's Tale (3246), another beautifully fitted out shepherd's hut, and Coombe Lodge (3261) - a stunning Scandinavian-style lodge. Each is very private and independent from the other (and each has its own hot tub!) but they can all be booked together for a multi-generational family holiday to remember.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner, TV with DVD player, electric cooker (2 ring hob and mini oven), microwave, fridge (with ice-box), toaster, kettle and king-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
*A baby under six months old (non-crawler) is welcome, please bring your own moses basket.
- Dogs welcome (1 small dog only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Under-floor heating and heated towel rail
- Logs for wood-burner
Duck's Puddle Shepherd's Hut is right on the edge of the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in a private setting with a hot tub.
This lovely hut is set in its own private enclosed area, perfect for your four-legged friend.
The bubbling hot tub, perfect for soaking up a starry night from - bliss!
The interior is light, airy and spacious.
This lovely hut is warmly welcoming.
The wood-burner will keep you toasty whatever time of year.
The kitchen-area is well-equipped for all of your glamping holiday needs.
Treat yourself to a scrummy breakfast before heading out to explore the Quantocks.
There is everything you could need for a comfortable stay.
The owners even provide yummy biscuits!
There is a comfy king-size bed with lovely linens.
There are lovely touches throughout.
The inside is surprisingly spacious.
It wouldn't be luxury glamping without running hot water.
There is a window at the end of the comfy king-size bed, so you can enjoy a lie-in with a view.
There are sweet countryside features throughout.
Every detail has been thoughtfully put together and provided.
There is even a little table so you can dine with ease.
Duck's Puddle wouldn't be Duck's Puddle without some duck features!
Welcome to Duck's Puddle!
There is a stylish en suite shower-room.
Complete with a hot shower.
No luxury has been spared here.
Duck's Puddle is in its own garden setting with a lovely additional seating area on the bridge over the stream.
Dine inside or out, the choice is yours.
From the steps of the hut you have countryside views, with the hot tub down at the far end of the garden in a sheltered position.
You'll know when you arrive!
You will pass the owners' farmyard pond when you turn into the driveway.
The Headford Reservoir is a a peaceful local landmark less than a mile away.
High up on the Quantock Hills above West Quantoxhead you can see right across the Bristol Channel to South Wales on a clear day.