a bit of history...




Traditionally, the sheherd’s hut was used in the 19th and early 20th century as a moveable home to allow the shepherd to keep an eye on his flock during lambing and summer grazing.

Often these huts were cobbled together from sheets of spare corrugated tin and timber sat upon a set of cast iron wheels. Inside, the huts were Spartan but practical with a stove for heating and cooking and a bed to retire too after a hard day in the fields.

At PoSHHuts, we’ve taken the basic principles of the traditional shepherd’s hut – and ramped up the glamour to a whole new level! Every inch a traditional shepherd’s hut from the outside and every inch a luxury retreat in the inside.

sheep herd grazing on pasture at sunrise



Falstone Farm rests on the site of a former original castle and is situated on the ancient Drovers road from Scotland to England.  The farm has ancient history with a farmhouse encompassing a unique Bastle dating back to 1604.  The pair have been working on the farmhouse and you are likely to see them around and about the farm, say hello quickly as they don’t stand still for too long.

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