Hidden in the heart of the hills, this private nest of beautiful handmade shepherds’ huts provide the ultimate glamping adventure. Relax by the stream or gather around the fire pit in the evenings.
Escape to the country and experience life off the beaten track, staying with family or friends in these charming glamping huts! Boasting solar panels, wind turbines and wood fired heating and cooking facilities, this holiday spot promises to tick plenty of boxes for more guests. With three or four sleeping huts available to rent you can happily host six to eight guests. We’ve no doubt younger visitors will enjoy the remote location and the chance to sleep in their own private hut, whilst older members of the party will happily while away evening after evening huddled around the fire pit.
Laid out across a selection of free-standing huts, this accommodation offers a truly unique stay from the moment you arrive. Venture down the steep track (wheelbarrows will be provided for transporting luggage!) to discover your campsite. Enjoy the luxuries of a ‘proper’ kitchen and fully plumbed bathroom, with the first of five huts boasting all the amenities required. Each bedroom offers a comfy bed with charming Welsh textiles, whilst a generous canopied dining space can be enjoyed in the communal area.
With walking boots in tow, step outside and discover walks from your doorstep. The Black Mountain range with the Waun Fach, Pen y Gadair Fawr and outlying Sugar Loaf mountains are all accessible within 30 miles, as well as the bustling River Usk (20 miles), River Wye (5.5 miles) and Llangors Lake (13.5 miles) for fishing and water sports. The nearest pub can be found 5 miles to the west, whilst the nearby towns of Brecon (16 miles) and Hay-on-Wye (5.5 miles) are just a short car journey away with plenty of amenities and activities on offer.