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Craigduckie Shepherd Huts

Escape, explore and make unforgettable memories...

Handcrafted shepherd huts - Ewe View and Lamb Lookout - each provide luxurious glamping accommodation for up to two adults and two children in a stunning countryside location overlooking Loch Fitty.


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Easter Craigduckie
Killiebone Road
Dunfermline
KY12 0TF

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Tel: 07855 461930
Web: www.craigduckie.co.uk/
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Why not escape, explore and make unforgettable memories...

Craigduckie Shepherd Huts - Ewe View and Lamb Lookout - each provide luxurious glamping accommodation for up to two adults and two children.

Traditionally shepherds huts were used by shepherds to shelter from the elements and provide basic facilities whilst tending their flocks. Handcrafted by Wigmarsh Shepherds Huts, our bespoke huts are finished to an exceptionally high standard and take glamping to a new level of glamourous whilst remaining very traditional on the outside. 

Ewe View and Lamb Lookout have everything you will need with a shower room, kitchen area with hob, oven and fridge,  and a wood burning stove to warm your toes after a day of exploring. Each hut has a fold down double bed which converts to a dinning area and fold down bunk beds (children only) with fresh sumptuous bedding and fluffy towels provided.  Outside you can use the firepits to have a barbecue and enjoy alfresco dining whilst gazing at the stars and toasting marshmallows on the glowing charcoals.

Check in from 3pm and and checkout 11am.

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