The perfect hidden escape from the city, you'd never guess you were just twenty minutes from the Severn Bridge. Rolling countryside and castles galore, all easily explored from the cosiest of huts, beautifully designed and considered for the most indulgent of cwtching weekends...that's Welsh for a jolly good cuddle!
In the prettiest of farm settings, you might catch sight of a pony or two ambling its way up the track, the gentle bleet of a sheep in the morning, or hoot of an owl over night...or simply sit by the fire-pit toasting marshmallows and watching the ducks crash land on the pond.
A testament to local craftsmanship, with every comfort considered, inside it's a little like a Tardis and you'll wonder how so much can fit in.
A perfect hand-made kitchen with wooden units, butler sink and fridge, there's even a proper kettle and stove for rustling up some yummy local fayre. Cosy chairs either side of the log burner, generously stacked with wood, a dining table booth with storage, all discovered before you've even got to the cwtching part.
A generous bed spans the width of the hut, with proper door so you can snuggle away amongst the crisp linen and cosy blankets. Complete with electric shower and proper flushing loo, again, all considerately tucked away.
Step back out of the door to the deck, gallons of fresh air and rolling fields, when you tire of the hammock and fire pit, the local pub is simply a stroll away. Perfectly nestled between the Wye Valley in one direction and the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park in the other, there's plenty to head out and explore...with a pooch very welcome to come too.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.