Fair Farm Hideaway

8 Luxury Shepherds Huts

Fair Farm Hideaway is a small, friendly, quiet and secluded site, in a pretty, rural lakeside setting, with amenities, walks and attractions on the door step.

Details & Contact

A:Fair Farm Hideaway
Waltham on the Wolds

E: info@fairfarm.co.uk
T: +44 (0)7958 373049
W: www.fairfarm.co.uk


The Shepherd hut site has been designed to ensure each hut has a unique view of the lake, whilst being landscaped to provide a designated private area for each hut.

Each hut has its own private entrance and patio area with BBQ and fire-pit for guests to enjoy. Most of the huts have an elevated terrace where views of the lakes, wildflower fields and countryside can be enjoyed.

A number of huts have beautiful wood fired hot tubs which are chemical free. These can be lit prior to arrival upon request. A starter pack of kiln dried logs is included for the hot tubs with subsequent kiln dried logs available to purchase from Fair Farm Hideaway. For further details regarding our wood-fired hot tubs please see our Produce page.

You will find a range and variety of appliances in each hut, with all Shepherd huts benefitting from a TV, microwave oven with grill, electric hob and full sized fridge. However, please view individual huts for exact details as some also contain a full sized electric oven.

The car park is a short walk from the Shepherd huts’ site to maintain the tranquility of the area. If you require assistance with your luggage this can be arranged.

Fair Farm Hideaway is an adult only site, with each Shepherd hut accommodating a maximum occupancy of 2 adults/Shepherd hut. There is a minimum two night stay for all Shepherd huts (3 night minimum stay over Bank holiday periods) . Check-in time is between 15.00-20.00 and check-out time is 6.00-10.30am.

Full Description

Third generation farming family, our working farm includes both livestock and arable in Waltham on the Wolds and the surrounding area.

South Devon and Aberdeen Angus cows and calves graze the rich Leicestershire pasture on the farm, and, keen to preserve some of the old pasture and wild flower species, we have harvested some of these species and have incorporated this seed around the Shepherd huts for you all to enjoy.

We also grow arable crops and in the summer months you may see family members busily working in the distant fields. By growing our own cereal crops we are able to select the best feed for our cattle from ‘home grown crops’ when they are not grazing our pasture.

Animal welfare is paramount and we have recently purchased a cattle handling system, supported by Leader Funding to safeguard everyone working on the farm and increase the welfare of the animals.