There is plenty to explore on foot from if you chose to leave the apple orchard, for walkers a wealth of countryside with well-waymarked footpaths, along with country lanes for enthusiastic cyclists. Both the Wye Valley and Brecon Beacons National Park are within easy reach where you can walk the ancient oak woodlands of the Forest of Dean or enjoy the changing colours of the Wye Valley. For a little more adventure, the Brecon Beacons for mountain climbs, mountain biking and kayaking. Visit one of the many vibrant market towns where you can take advantage of the local produce at a farmer’s market, the closest being Monmouth with its ancient bridge and independent shops, and slightly further Chepstow, Abergavenny and Crickhowell.
Enjoying a slightly elevated position within the fringes of an established apple orchard, a place where you can enjoy the sun setting over the Welsh Mountains as you meander across the orchard to the front door. This Eco Shepherd Hut has been sympathetically finished and is well-equipped for couples to enjoy. Offering an open-plan living space warmed with a wood burner, a built-in kitchen with electric 2 ring hob, toaster, kettle and a cool box for chilled produce. There is seating for two where you can relax whilst you take in the views. For dining a fold away table. The double bed is raised and built-in finished with soft linen and blankets. There is a shower room with a shower and composting WC.
Outside you have a wooden decked area with a table and chairs, there is a fire pit where you can toast marshmallows whilst star gazing, beyond is the orchard where you can enjoy produce from the mature fruit trees and eggs from the free roaming hens, the fruit trees have pretty solar lights that light up when the sun goes down. There is off road parking for one car and bicycle storage.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.