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Richard Corrigan opens shepherd huts at Virginia Park Lodge

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Richard Corrigan opens shepherd huts at Virginia Park Lodge

Chef Richard Corrigan has launched twelve luxury woodland huts in the grounds of his country estate, Virginia Park Lodge in Co. Cavan, Ireland.

The bespoke handcrafted huts were built by Blackdown Shepherd Huts in Somerset, to Corrigan’s specifications.

Priced from €190 (£170) per night on a self-catering basis, the huts include a welcome hamper and each house a wood burning stove.

The huts are bookable through Airbnb and

Corrigan bought the 18th century former hunting lodge Virginia Park Lodge in 2013.

It hosts private parties, corporate events and weddings. The 100 acres of grounds include a kitchen garden and polytunnels which provide produce, not only for Virginia Park Lodge itself but also Richard’s two London restaurants, Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill and Corrigan’s Mayfair.



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