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Two beautifully appointed shepherd’s huts with panoramic views along the Yorkshire/ Lancashire border.

Each hut has an adjoining log cabin with an indoor seating area and eco hot tub. Everything has been done to a high standard, with a Krups coffee machine, Lloydloom dining chairs, Abraham Moon fabrics and hotel grade pocket sprung mattresses with a choice of duvets (summer or winter).

The huts have a Hobbit log burning stove and a fully functioning kitchen area with an induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, toaster and kettle. The bathrooms have a heated towel rail, complimentary “Out of Eden” toiletry packs, hair dryer, shower, small sink and flushing toilet. 

Fresh water wood fired hot tubs are housed in adjoining log cabins which also have a seating area with panoramic views over the countryside and infra-red heating for when it gets cold.

Outside there are seats and tables along with a fire pit which doubles up as a BBQ. Soft lighting sets the scene for a relaxing evening.

Outdoor rugs, bed linen, towels, bathrobes and bike storage are all included. A starter pack of kiln dried logs are included, further packs are available by request. Parking is directly behind the hut.

Free WiFi is provided in each hut.



An infinity appearance that leads to panoramic views of Pendle Hill and Gisburn Forest in the distance.

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Overlooking a small orchard to the south with views of the countryside from Pendle Hill to Ingleborough.


What's in the huts?


Electricity with USB charging points

Hot and cold running water

Flushing toilet, shower and basin

Heated towel rail

Electric two ring induction hob

Refrigerator and small freezer


Krups Nespresso coffee machine



Crockery ,cutlery and utensils

Seating and dining table

Double bed (converts into sofa)

Hotel grade pocket spring mattress

Hobbit log burner with stone hearth

What's outside the huts?


Behind the sliding barn doors adjoined to each hut you will find …

Wood-fired, fresh water Scandinavian hot tub

Log burning stove

Seating area

Bath robes and cosy rugs

Panoramic long distance views 

Infra-red heating

Chunky upcycled table

Weather proof cushions

Fire pit which doubles up as a BBQ

Lit up by warm festoon lighting

Welly and boot storage 

Integrated welly puller

What else do we provide?



Choice of 4.5 tog Micro Fibre

or 13.5 Tog Duck Down duvet

Feather & Down Pillows

Bed Linen – 200/400 Egyptian thread

Complimentary toiletries

Tea; coffee; milk; bread; marmalade; butter; biscuits

Various condiments

Cleaning products

Picnic hamper and rug (for days out)

A starter pack of kiln dried logs (extra logs and BBQ charcoal available to purchase on site) 





Walks and places to visit:


Starting at the shepherd’s huts there are great circular walks around Lothersdale, Elslack Moor or on the Pendle Bridleway. Malham Cove, Malham Tarn, Goredale Scar are also nearby and very scenic.


Bolton Abbey, Priory and the Strid. Take in the Dalesway up to Appletreewick with the  Craven Arms Pub & Cruck Barn, then on to Burnsall and the River Wharfe the home of the Red Lion Pub, maybe on to eat at The Fountain in Linton, a beautiful hamlet.


The market town of Grassington is nearby and well worth a visit, as well as Skipton or Clitheroe castle.


Great walks from Kettlewell over to Arncliffe, or further up the valley to Buckden or Hubberholme, with the historic George Pub. For the energetic, why not tackle one or more of the famous Three Peaks?


Or a trip to the spa town of Ilkley and the Cow and Calf Rocks, home to the famous Ilkley Moor Bhah’tat. There are many good shops, pubs and restaurants. Haworth also has a timeless cobbled high street with an abundance of quirky shops, the home of the Bronte sisters and the Parsonage.


The views from Pendle Hill are spectacular, with Blackpool Tower visible to the west, the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the east and Gisburn Forest to the north. The Trough of Bowland is also beautiful and a real must see. The Inn at Whitewell is owned by the Queen (Duchy of Lancaster) and the Hodder runs past as it meanders into the Ribble Valley.

Places to eat:

There are numerous good pubs and restaurants within easy reach. Here’s a selection of some of our favourites:


Within walking distance: 

The Craven Heifer Inn – Kelbrook (1 mile)

Black Lane Ends (1 mile)

Hare & Hounds – Lothersdale (3 miles)


The Bull at Broughton

Tempest Arms Elslack

Listers Arms – Malham

Emmott Arms – Laneshawbridge

The Angel – Hetton (for something special)

Utopia at Broughton Hall (daytime healthy)

Wills – Barrowford (lively wine bar with food)


There's lots to do nearby including:

Cycling, Horse Riding, Fishing, Clay Pidgeon Shooting, Off Road Driving, Steam Trains, Canal Trips, Health, Beauty and Wellness, Cinema

Please get in touch with us to find out more using the form below...



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, seven years ago. Together they had talked about starting a glamping business and the lockdown provided the push they both needed. 


Over the last three months the field that couldn’t be accessed has now been landscaped, drains and services have been installed, and after many late nights the shepherd’s huts have been completed.


Lisa and Phil’s approach is flexible and friendly. They now look forward to welcoming guests and finally sharing the amazing views of the local countryside. 



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