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Copy House Hideaway consists of three beautifully appointed properties, two shepherd's huts and a barn conversion, resting on the outskirts of Yorkshire Lancashire border between Lothersdale and Earby.

All of our properties are self-catering with fully-equipped kitchens and feature adjoining cabins and sunrooms with individual covered eco hot tubs and outdoor seating with fire pits and barbecues, ideal for couples or friends looking for a relaxing getaway.

The surroundings offer panoramic views of the peaceful countryside where you can enjoy walking, cycling, fishing, canal trips or visit one of the many local attractions.



The latest addition to Copy House Hideaway, The Barn, ticks all the boxes for a first-class retreat for two, benefitting from an open-plan layout with raised decking housing a hot tub, sun room and firepit.


There are two shepherds huts to choose from - Heather or Bracken. Each hut has an adjoining log cabin with an indoor seating area and eco hot tub.


We are already planning our next trip

"My partner and I stayed there for two nights and we only wish we’d of booked it for longer. The views from the hut alone were amazing. It was spotless and had everything we needed. Well decorated, small but cosy! Both Phil and Lisa were fantastic and were always happy to help! We were made to feel so welcome from the get go. It was such a peaceful place and we are already planning our next trip!"


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Lisa has worked in the leisure industry for over 32 years as a long-haul cabin manager for the holiday airline Thomson (TUI). Going the extra mile to provide customer service, Lisa has now come down from 42,000 feet and is ready to do the same at ground level!

As soon as she left the airline she was approached by the Tempest Arms, a local country inn, to work in the reception where she gained additional skills in the hospitality and events sector.

Lisa has lived at Copy House Farm for over 20 years and was joined by her partner, Phil, nine years ago. Together they had talked about starting a glamping business and the lockdown provided the push they both needed. 


After the success of the shepherd’s huts, Phil & Lisa decided to make one final addition to the Hideaway by converting the barn into luxury accommodation for couples.

Phil & Lisa’s approach is flexible and friendly. They look forward to welcoming guests and hope they have a relaxing and comfortable stay. 



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