New shepherd’s huts offer guests close encounters with the magical menagerie at a wildlife project with visionary plans
The field sloping away to the west at first appears straightforwardly idyllic. There is a pair of pretty shepherd’s huts with adjoining kitchens in a meadow where dandelions and cuckoo flowers bloom. And there is a glorious view over pasture and woodland towards the blue hills of Bodmin Moor.
But this is the British countryside accompanied by a large dollop of strangeness, particularly at dusk.