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Nathan's Farm

Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, England
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Find 4 unique, restored Shepherd's Huts, each sleeping 2-4, on a small family-run farm in countryside outside Watford.

Nathan's Farm, surrounded by picturesque Chiltern countryside, offers 4 unique and quirky shepherds huts on a small family run farm. The farm is on more than 100 acres, which is home to a large range of livestock, in Chalfont St Giles. Each of the huts can comfortably sleep between 2-4 guests.

Being surrounded by countryside, Nathan's Farm is a perfect starting point for long walks, bike rides and other outdoor activities. Nearby are a number of popular attractions to visit including the Chiltern Open Air Museum, Milton's 16th century Cottage and garden, the historic village of Jordan's (built by the Quakers in the 16th Century), Beaconsfield Model Village & Railway, The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre at Great Missenden and also Chenies Manor.

The eldest of the shepherds huts (at 105 years old!) is called Jazzy Jacob. Modern Mutton is a 94 year old Shabby Chic shepherds hut, fit with unique style, character and features. The most recently restored shepherds hut is Saucy Suffolk, which is 100 years old. Lonely Lincoln is well suited to children, and also makes a great accommodation for 1 person.

The shepherds huts are based in the allotment area and have a children's play area, kitchen/party room. Shower and WC's available. There are log fires in the cabins with unlimited logs, and you can collect your own eggs from the chickens for your breakfast or ask about a continental breakfast hamper breakfast or a full english breakfast in the farm's cafe.

From £60 per night per hut.

Room Types

Double
Single
Twin
Quad
Family Rooms

Nearest Airport/s

Heathrow