Staying in Nature – Self-Catering Huts

By getting away from the busyness of everyday life, staying here provides a wonderful opportunity to take time out, live closer to nature and regain inner peace. The Huts are in the beautiful landscape of the Hope Valley and the High Peak. There are many lovely walks available straight from the door. Woodland Hut and The Glade are next to each other in 10 acres of woodland.

Facilities include Facilities DO NOT
include
Two calor gas rings for cooking
Outside cold water and washing up station
Table and chairs
Camping and compost toilet – eco friendly
Crockery, cutlery and kitchen equipment (except
sharp knives)
 
Shower
Hot Water
Electricity
Wi-Fi
Woodland has a wood burning stove, a three
seater sofa bed and two seater sofa bed
Please bring your own sleeping

bags
Camping and compost toilet – eco friendly
The Glade has French windows, and a wood
burning stove
Sofa beds sleep up to four people, bring your
own sleeping bags
Camping toilet – eco friendly

If you have any specific needs please let us know.

Nearest railway station and bus stop about half a mile away or 15 minutes walk. Car Park 200 yards away.

Extra measures are in place to ensure compliance with COVID 19 safety guidelines.

Charges: for Hut only – Staying in nature – Self-Catering: Adult £15 per night, £5 per night for children and teenagers staying with a parent/care giver.

Camping (your own tent) with use of Hut: Adults: £17 per night, £5 per night for children and teenagers staying with a parent/care giver.

To enquire about staying please email: mail@quakercommunity.org.uk to check availability of dates.

A review received by a recent hirer- “We have spent such a refreshing two days in The Glade – the hut has everything you need, it is simple and basic, but has been very thoughtfully arranged and is both beautiful and very functional. In particular, the sofa bed was extremely comfortable (do bring good quality warm sleeping bags though – we found a duvet wasn’t warm enough), and the wood burning stove was fantastic, (there is a manual available on how to use it and it fires up very well). Also there is a really good catering-style two-ring gas stove so you can boil water quickly and self cater. The water and washing-up area is very functional and there is a lovely private space for sitting out with chair and tables (as well as the indoor chairs and table). We were left on our own, but members of the community were around and very friendly. It was so good to sleep in the woods and slow down a bit, into a different rhythm with nature all around us. We did a walk to the reservoir and back over the hills on our full day, but mostly we just spent our time around the hut and in the land, good chance to draw, read, watch the sky etc. Its good to find genuinely simple accommodation (if you are not camping in a tent) so this hut is a rarity and a real treasure. Beautiful, thank you very much for this opportunity.”