Shepherd’s Hut can be found tucked away within a woodland setting in the picturesque hamlet of Sheldon, eight miles away from the thriving market town of Honiton.
After a busy day exploring the surrounding Devon hills, you and your loved one will be delighted to come back to this romantic retreat.
Be charmed by the quaint dwelling that awaits your arrival, where you can enjoy a morning coffee on your private veranda whilst enjoying the lake and countryside views.
Stepping into the property, you will find a small, yet well-appointed kitchen area which covers your culinary needs for a weekend getaway for two, as well as a dining area and a double bed.
During a summer’s evening, you and your loved one can enjoy a glass of wine outside, where Swedish candles will provide you with warmth whilst also doubling up as a cooking area to rustle up some tasty treats.
For local amenities, you will find a pub within 4 miles and a convenient shop within 3 miles which is ideal for picking any holiday essentials.
Situated within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you and your loved one will find miles of wonderful countryside walks to explore, as well as a breath-taking coastline to spend a few hours soaking up the sun.
Alternatively, head into the thriving market town of Honiton, where you will find a wealth of independent shops, antique shops, pubs and restaurants to suit all ages and tastes, in addition to an area steeped with history to explore.
Whilst here, you can wonder around the award-winning Thelma Hulbert Gallery, visit the local beauty spot of Age Hembury Fort and Blackborough Camp or if you are feeling active, head to the coast to try one of South Devon’s many water sport activities.
Shepherd's Hut promises a charming retreat for a couple looking to explore this corner of Devon.
About the location
Ottery St Mary 6 miles; Lyme Regis 14.5 miles; Exeter 22 miles.
Honiton is a delightful market town in East Devon, with plenty to offer visitors. It lies in the valley of the River Otter and is surrounded by rolling Devon hills, green wooded valleys and plenty of scattered farming villages. Honiton has an attractive High Street stretching almost 2 miles, and lined with individually owned shops, pubs and restaurants. Honiton has been famous for lacemaking since the reign of Elizabeth I and still has a few lacemakers in work today - visitors can see some fine examples of antique lace in the town’s Allhallows Museum. Honiton boasts the only public art gallery in East Devon; the Thelma Hulbert Gallery occupies an attractive Grade I listed Victorian house, and has links with the Hayward Gallery, London. Honiton is only a short drive from the dramatic 20 mile stretch of Jurassic Coast, England’s first natural World Heritage Site. Resorts such as Seaton, Budleigh Salterton and Sidmouth are found along this stretch of coastline, and all have much to occupy the visitor. Near to Honiton is the cathedral city of Exeter with plenty of large shops, a wealth of museums, a theatre and fabulous restaurants.