Peacefully nestled within the fringes of an established orchard enjoying views across the Welsh Mountains, this hand-crafted shepherd’s hut is perfect for couples who enjoy the outside life, walking and taking in the sights.
Providing a cosy rural getaway in tranquil surroundings, this hand-crafted shepherd’s hut makes a fabulous holiday base for two. Set along the western fringe of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the hut enjoys a slightly elevated position with mountain views in the distance. The hut lies within a picturesque apple orchard with chickens for neighbours, and is an ideal spot for experiencing the region’s atmospheric Dark Skies.
Perfect for a couple seeking a quiet and peaceful retreat, this cheerful hut features a warming wood burner and a lovely fire pit outside. A few steps lead up to this welcoming eco-hut which features a light and useful open-plan layout. The living space has some comfortable seating and a cosy wood burner, as well as a charming foldaway dining table. The kitchen offers a useful range of equipment, and there’s a comfortable double bed. The hut also has a handy shower room. A few steps lead back down and out onto the wooden decked area with garden furniture, providing a pretty spot for dining alfresco. The nearby fire pit is great for toasting marshmallows while stargazing.
Around the surrounding orchard, you can enjoy produce from the fruit trees and eggs from the free-roaming hens. The historic town of Monmouth (4.5 miles) is home to Kymin, Nelson Garden, the Priory, Cornwall House, a Regimental Museum, the ruins of a medieval castle, a popular cinema and a choice of pubs and restaurants. Activities along the River Wye include cycling, fishing, birdwatching, climbing and canoeing. Local attractions include Raglan Castle, White Castle and Veddw House Garden (all within 10 miles). The Brecon Beacons are to the west, and the Forest of Dean to the east, making this a fabulous location for walkers and cyclists.