Set within a private uninterrupted meadow and surrounded by woodland, this hand made shepherd's hut is simply perfect for couples wanting a truly off-grid experience set within the Black Mountains. A great location for walkers and cyclists, the starting point being the direct access onto Offa’s Dyke from the hut. Continue up the hill (0.5 miles) and you can start your climb to Hay Bluff summit; from here you can explore Tympa, following the trail across the ridge of the Black Mountains you can enjoy glorious views onto Talgarth common, and Pen-y-Fan. The vibrant market town of Hay-on-Wye sits at the bottom of the hill, renowned for its annual book festival in June; a lovely town with local independent shops, cafes, and restaurants. Set on the banks of the River Wye, you can take advantage of the local beach – The Warren, where you can hire a canoe, or simply relax and enjoy the wildlife.
Enjoy the views as you climb the hill from Hay-on-Wye towards Hay Bluff; the meadow is situated directly off the lane offering gated access in approximately 1 acre of wild meadow. The bespoke built hut offers a warm welcome, a set of steps offers access into the main body of the hut where guests can relax and unwind, beautifully finished by the owner with an open-plan living space that includes a kitchen area, a wood burning stove for those chilly evenings in, a dining table for two, and TV (run from solar energy). For a peaceful night's sleep there's a comfy king-size bed and also an en-suite shower room.
Outside guests can relax whilst enjoying the breathtaking views across the Wye Valley. There is a wooden table and chairs for dining, along with a fire-pit which is great for toasting marshmallows and enjoying the dark skies. Parking for one car nearby.