Andrew and I moved to Rosslyn in December 2005 with our three sons. Over the last 11 years the property has changed from a delapidated 1920s bungalow to an almost finished traditional Norfolk red brick and flint house. Along the way we've acquired more pets and our boys have left home (mostly!), Andrew was getting bored working on the house and so had the idea of creating a shepherd's hut to put in our woods so that others could share our wonderful home.
Honeysuckle Shepherd's Hut is in a clearing in the woods. There is a picnic bench and barbecue for your use. A little way down a woodland path is a shower block with individual wet rooms. The woodland largely consists of larch and pine which was planted in the 1950s for timber however there are some large beeches, chestnuts and sycamores with some smaller deciduous trees growing up through. The woods are a haven for wildlife; barn and tawny owls, long tailed tits, wrens, woodpeckers, sparrowhawk, bats, squirrels, deer, toads. There is a campfire area that you may use if you wish.