A unique and high-quality hut set in the tranquil Crai Valley; made by local tradesmen, this hut has been lovingly handcrafted using premium quality oak and red cedar. Surrounded by rolling hills and outstanding views, the hut is situated near one of the darkest places in the Dark Skies Reserve and close to a small stream with steppingstones allowing you to explore the idyllic SSSI. The encompassing wooded area houses a secret hideaway for children with a treehouse and tree swing! For the adults there are walking routes from the door, including a footpath taking you directly to the local pub, The Tanners Arms, just 2 - miles away.
Sleeps 2 + 2 children - 1 king, 1 mezzanine suitable for up to two children
The attractive modern exterior is clad with Welsh red cedar as is the balcony decking. The outside seating has also been made locally and is well positioned to take in the captivating countryside.
The interior of the hut is all open plan and handmade with underfloor heating throughout.
The king sized bed is at the one end of the hut made up with luxury linen and tartan accents, with the other bed space nestled on a mezzanine style level above the kitchen; this is accessed via steep ladder stairs so children should be supervised at all times when using this. There is a fold out table with enough space to seat 4 and a good amount of storage for personal items.
The kitchen has been designed to maximise space with the Belfast sink hidden away under the worktop to allow for more counter space. The kitchen also has a full size electric cooker with gas hob and toaster - the Billy camp stove heats the kettle.
The modern bathroom has an electric shower and towel rail, toilet and hand basin.
* High quality bedlinen and towels provided
* Underfloor heating - bricks for stove provided
* Patio furniture and BBQ
* Plenty of parking
* Resident bees in nearby field provide local honey which is available to buy
* One dog welcome - strictly to be kept off beds
* Not suitable for young children
* No mobile reception
* £100 returnable security deposit against unfair wear and tear
Sennybridge 3.5 miles, Defynnog 4 miles, Llandovery 13.5 miles, Brecon 14 miles, Swansea 28 miles
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Carolyn, Jess and Lucy
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