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Seashore Shepherds Hut Moat Farm

Sleeps 2
No dogs
1 bedroom
1 bathroom

Nestled on the edge of the medieval hamlet of Aldingham, is the charming Seashore Shepherds Hut at Moat Farm. Seashore Shepherds Hut sits just 30 yards away from a beautiful, secluded beach, and is six miles away from the historic market town of Ulverston, which boasts a labyrinth of cobbled streets, Artisan shops and hosts several annual festivals including the famous Dickensian Festival in November, and Windermere is only 45 minutes away. The hut offers a ground-floor and open-plan living space, alongside the most spectacular views over Morecambe Bay to the Yorkshire Hills beyond. Seashore Shepherds Hut was built in August 2021 by the owners local Blacksmith to a very high specification, and is a perfect retreat for a couple who may simply wish to share a romantic getaway. It would also be a fantastic base for the more adventurous who can windsurf or kayak, virtually from the front door they could also be romantic as well. Pulling up you will spot the picturesque blue hut below the car parking space, which contains a lovely open-plan space with a double bed, dining space for two and a well-equipped kitchen area. Seashore Shepherds Hut has been kitted out perfectly, making it a charming space for settling down with the Smart TV and electric fire after a long walk along the coast from the hut to Bardsea approximately 5 miles. There is also an inbuilt shower room with basin, WC and a walk-in shower where you can freshen up for the day. Stepping outside, you can fully take in the spectacular sea view from the outdoor furniture, with a fire pit. Set within the private grounds of the historic Moat Farm (dating back to 1189 when William the Conqueror leased the land to the local Baron Le Flemming) it also has lovely views over the owner's orchard, where Stan and Ollie, the owners goats patrol (Stan Laurel, not the goat was born in Ulverston). Although Moat Farm ceased to be a working farm over 20 years ago, the owners run a hot food takeaway service cooking delicious locally sourced brisket burgers, sausage burgers, bacon buns, tea, coffees, Lakes ice cream, homemade cake and their famous “proper chips”. Seashore Shepherds Hut is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle, spend time with a loved one and enjoy the outdoors.

Electric type woodburning stove and eco pannel heater. LPG gas fired double hob, small electric oven, toaster, kettle, and small under sink fridge with freezer. Smart TV and WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off-road parking for 1 car. Private secluded grassed area. Outside table and seating for two. Firepit. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 6 miles, pub 1.6 miles. Note: 3 Steps and handrail up to property. Welcome pack including tea, coffee, fresh pasteurised whole milk from “The Milk Hut” 2 miles away, and 2 pieces of homemade cake of the day. Unrivalled sea views with a hop skip and a jump to your own beach just waiting to welcome you. Please note: Christmas day lunch available for Christmas week bookings, delivered directly to the hut, please enquire before booking for further information.

Please note: Brunch available for New Year’s Day bookings, delivered directly to the hut, please enquire before booking for further information.

All-ground floor. Open-plan living space. Comfortable double bed with M&S bedding and towels (storage area under bed). Dining area with drop leaf table and two Ercol chairs. Well-equipped kitchenette with pots, pans, utensils and vintage crockery. Inbuilt shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC

Dalton-in-Furness is an ancient town lying in a narrow valley on Furness Peninsula, extending deep into Morecambe Bay. Dalton was once the leading town of Furness and now boasts a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs. There are also interesting, historical buildings in and around the market place. Visit the iconic 14th century pele tower, a place of refuge for monks, now a beautiful sandstone ruin in a wooded valley. Dalton is the perfect location for exploring the history and stunning landscapes of Cumbria.

Features

Clear Sea Views
Certified
Beach Views
Parking Available
Secluded
Rural
WiFi
Countryside Views
Garden / Patio
Heating
Bird Watching Nearby
Cycling Nearby
Rock Climbing Nearby
Fishing Nearby
Walking / Hiking Nearby
Watersports Nearby
Unique
Coastal
Outdoor Furniture

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