Prices

2020

Weekend* 3 night stay (Thurs-Mon) £450 incl breakfast

Weekday* 3 night stay (Mon-Wed) £390 incl breakfast

*Excludes Christmas & New Year rates which differ 

Min 4 night stay throughout July & August

Min 4 night stay 24th Dec to 2nd Jan

Cabin heated all year round and lots of extras included in the price - see our about page.

Pay 25% at checkout to secure the booking; balance payable 10 weeks before your stay.

Gift Vouchers Available at contact@westparkshepherdshut.co.uk 

Secure your booking with a 25% deposit.  Balance payable 10 weeks before the start of your stay.  All booking deposits are non refundable.

 

We accept the following cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, JCB, Diner's Club, and EnRoute as well as Paypal and Barclays Pingit (using the short code PINGITQXQ417).   

 

Children can be accommodated on top bunks for stays during July and August OR for 6 nights or more; please provide ages in the Special Requests box shown during booking.

Early/late checkin/checkout available upon request, in advance and SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY and £30 charge/s.

Promotional codes may be entered before you complete the booking process.

To check availability simply search for dates that work for you and click 'Book Now'.  If your dates are available your nightly rate will show, to show the total press 'more info'.  We cannot accept dogs as we are surrounded by working sheep farm.  There is a strict no smoking policy in the cabin.  Full terms and conditions are shown below and by making a booking you agree to adhere to them.

Upon making a booking you agree to abide by the Terms & Conditions shown below, please read them carefully.

Terms and Conditions
  • Lettings commence at 3pm on day of arrival and end at 11am on day of departure unless other arrangements have been made in advance.

  • It is strongly recommended that you ensure you have adequate cancellation insurance.

  • Smoking is not permitted within the cabin.

  • The number of people occupying the cabin must not exceed those booked.

  • The person booking the property will be responsible for the obligations and conditions of the booking.

  • Persons must take responsibility for their own and that of accompanying minors, health and safety, stables, bbq, fire pit and hot tub etc.

  • The breakfast supplied comprises of eggs, cereal, crumpets, jams, butter, milk, tea, coffee and hot chocolate.

  • The log basket will be stocked with logs, firelighters and kindling. 

  • No responsibility for possessions - no responsibility can be accepted for personal possessions in the property or for cars parked outside the property.

  • Persons booking will not pass his/her booking to another party.

  • Overnight visitors to the hut, not included within the booking, are not permitted under any circumstance.

  •  Any damage to the property must be reported. Accidental damage or breakages over the value of £10 will be charged to  the occupier.  A £100 damage security deposit is payable prior to arrival via bank transfer which will be refunded within 48hrs of departure,  subject to satisfactory inspection (bank details shown below).  An inventory accompanies the hut and all items listed remain the property of the  Proprietor.

  • We cannot accept dogs as we are surrounded by working sheep farm.

  •  In the event of the cabin becoming uninhabitable for the following reasons:

  • Fire, flood, electricity or gas or water supply interruption, boiler or gas supply

  • failure or acts of God we reserve the right to offer a pro-rata refund.

  • We cannot be liable for compensation due to loss of enjoyment in the event of the letting being affected by any of the above occurrences.

 

  • In the event of cancellation, if payment has been made in full, we are able to offer a 50% refund if cancelled 10 weeks in advance of booking commencement.  We will not refund deposit payments made to secure the booking.

  • All statements are made and information is given in good faith being true and correct to the best of our knowledge and belief but the proprietor accepts no liability in the event of any such statement or information being untrue or incorrect.

  • The proprietor accepts no liability for any accident, injury, loss or damage sustained by any resident, family, visitors, animals, vehicles or personal effects howsoever caused.

  • The proprietor reserves the right to decline accommodation and to order any unauthorised person off the premises.

  • The proprietor reserves the right to enter premises at any time but will always endeavour to do so when convenient to guests.

The Hot Tub

For  your safety and enjoyment there are strict rules and guidelines that must be adhered to when using the Hot tub. This is an important health and safety legal requirement for Hot tubs used in a commercial environment.

The signatory is responsible for making sure that all members of their party, and their guests, are aware of, and strictly adhere to the guidelines. Please note that a member of staff may visit up to 3 times a day (dependant on usage) to check the water balance and quality. Water balance/chemicals will be adjusted as necessary and results recorded. This procedure is a safety requirement for Hot tubs in holiday lodges and ensures that the chemical balance of the water remains continuously safe for your enjoyment throughout your stay.

It is vital that the pool is kept clean for your own safety. Failure to do so results in the water balance changing which seriously diminishes the effectiveness of the sanitising chemicals. This in turn can lead to nasty microbiological bacteria multiplying rapidly causing a number of serious hazards to user’s health.

Please do take a shower and use the toilet prior to entering the tub.

Do not submerge your head under the water, do not drink the water, or allow the water to enter your mouth.

Failure to maintain a clean pool may result may result in the need to drain down, sanitise, and re-fill. Guests should be aware that failure to maintain a clean pool could result in a deduction from their security deposit to pay for the drain down and cleaning of the hot tub. Approximately 24 hours plus will then be required to return the tub to a comfortable temperature.

Please report any illnesses following Hot tub usage to the office immediately. This is extremely important if pneumonia-like symptoms are experienced.

It is very important that the Hot tub is NEVER switched off at the mains switch (even if you are not using it). There may be an extra charge  deducted from your deposit if the tub is switched off during your stay.

Chemical Sanitising Dispenser- before anyone enters the tub please remove  the plastic sanitising dispenser that will be floating in the tub. Please remember  to replace the dispenser to the tub when you exit, and close the hot tub cover.

Risk to children – Extreme caution must be exercised to prevent unauthorised access by under age children. The hot tub cover must remain closed at all times unless a responsible adult is present.

No children under 4 years old are permitted in the tub, as they cannot regulate their body temperatures suitably. All children under 16 using the hot tub must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times. Instruct your children to shower and visit the toilet prior to use of the tub and inform them to keep their heads out of the water (especially mouth and ears).

Remind everyone that wet surfaces can be very slippery. Make sure everyone takes care entering and leaving the tub.

Under no circumstances remove the operating panel on the tub.

  • Do not remove suction fittings (filter standpipes) located in the filter compartment

  • Do not jump into the hot tub.

  • People with infectious diseases should not use the tub.

  • Keep all loose articles of clothing, hair or hanging jewellery away from rotating jets, filter and other moving components.

  • Do not stand on the tub cover or leave the cover open unless whilst bathing.

  • Always keep cover fully open whilst bathing.

  • The use of drugs, alcohol or medication before or during tub use, may lead to a danger of drowning.

  • Persons using medication should consult their doctor before using the tub. Some medications may cause drowsiness, do not use the tub if your medication induces drowsiness, affects your heart rate, blood pressure or circulation.

  • Pregnant women, persons suffering from obesity, heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory problems, or diabetes should consult a doctor before using the tub.

  • Prolonged immersion in hot water can result in hyperthermia – a dangerous condition that occurs when the internal body temperature exceeds 37 degrees centigrade. Symptoms include, unawareness of impending hazard, failure to perceive heat, failure to recognise the need to exit the tub, unconsciousness resulting in a danger of drowning.

  • Do not use the tub immediately after strenuous exercise.

  • Test the water with your hand before entering the tub to make sure it is comfortable.

  • Use the lock cover when the tub is not in use (whether full or empty)

  • Always shower before use, perfumes, hair products, fake tan can contaminate the water, and you may be charged for this.

  • Do not drag the vinyl cover using the cover straps, always use the handles.

  • Do not attempt to open the electrical box.

  • Do not use any glass wear or crockery in the tub. If glassware is broken this will result in the hot tub being drained, cleaned and re filled, for which there will be a charge.

  • Do not allow any pets in the tub.

  • Do not use detergent or soaps of any kind in the tub.

  • Do not drink the water.

  • The tub is very deep; do not allow anyone to sleep in it.

  • Please treat the tub as it was your own as maintenance is very expensive.

  • Any damaged to the cover or tub will be charged for..

Social Media and other Competitions

The holiday is on a self-catering basis

The prize excludes any transport, meals and drinks, excursions, attractions, treatments, travel insurance, personal expenses.

It is the responsibility of the winner to inform the prize provider of any wheelchair or similar access requirements for the winner and/or their companion when taking up the prize, and to adhere to any applicable health and safety guidelines.

Where any of the winner’s companions are aged under 18 years old, they must have prior parental or guardian permission and must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over when taking up the prize.

The holiday is subject to availability and must be completed within the timescales given.

All elements of the prize are subject to availability, non transferable and there are no cash alternatives.

In winning the prize the prize winner automatically conforms to the standard booking terms and conditions of the hut, including but not limited to:

 

A. A damage security deposit of £100 is required.

B. Arrival is after 3pm and departure before 11am.

C. Occupancy is strictly limited to maximum 2 x adults OR 2 x adults with 2 x children.

D. Dogs are not permitted.

E. If there is any indication that the hut is not being treated with the appropriate level of care or respect, the proprietors will terminate the holiday with immediate effect.

F.  Competition winners must book at least 1 week in advance.

 

A full list of terms and conditions can be found above.

 

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