The Sheep Shack is in a great location on the side of Kinder Scout in the Peak District National Park. It makes an ideal base for walking, running, cycling and exploring the Peak District. Many walks and trails start from right outside the front door. The building is full of character but also benefits from a contemporary interior with high quality fittings and sustainable technologies such as ground source underfloor heating. The main bedroom has en-suite facilities whilst there is the further luxury of a separate wet room bathroom. The main living area is open and stylish with contemporary wood burning stove and patio doors into the garden. The Shack is ideal for a romantic break but there is also a small second bedroom with bunk beds ideal for children. Visitors can enjoy peace and privacy whilst still being within easy reach of Hayfield village which has several pubs and cafes. After a long day out you can amble down the lane to the pub or just kick back in front of the fire and relax. The latest news is that we have just been presented with a GOLD AWARD FROM VISIT ENGLAND ...and if you need somewhere bigger in the same area please ask about Harold\'s Farm, our exciting new 3 bedroom holiday cottage. Use the blue button to check availability or to enquire direct.


The Sheep-Shack benefits from sustainable technologies and has been built to BREEAM specifications meaning low carbon consumption and very high levels of insulation. Solar heat is captured invisibly by a ground loop under the neighbouring field to supply hot water and underfloor heating.  Secure bike storage is available and visitors are encouraged to use alternative forms of transport.

You may wish to check our ACCESS STATEMENT to decide whether the Sheep Shack is suitable for your particular needs. Please feel free to contact us if you require any further information.

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EU Funding

The Sheep Shack development received farm diversification funding ultimately through the EU. ¬†Further information about funding is available from the following organisations –

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