Ockeridge Rural Retreats
Ockeridge Rural Retreats offer a stunning luxury shepherds hut which is 26ft x 9ft & our log cabin is 38ft x 15ft. The aim of the accommodation is simple – luxury, relaxation, comfort, quality & attention to detail – Indulge yourselves with stunning views, peace and quiet, hot showers, sumptuous beds and exquisite fixtures and fittings. For those families looking for more room then try our luxury 2 bedroom log cabin and experience a home from home stay.
The Whitely Shepherds hut is aptly named because of it’s far reaching views across to Whitely court a ruined Italianate mansion, built for the Foleys in the seventeenth century. The local area is stepped in magnificent landmarks such as this and has beautiful walks and countryside on you doorstep.
The focus on your stay is luxury and the Whitely Shepherds lodge gives you this in every aspect. Underfloor heating, Egyptian cotton bed linen and goose down duvets, Hand made fully fitted kitchen with oven, fridge and belfast sink, double glazed windows, tiled bathroom with flower head shower. Hand build English craftsmanship made in Somerset to a standard second to none. The Montana Log Cabin will dazzle you with its far reaching views across the Martley Hill side.
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