As featured in both The Guardian & The Times, one of the most exciting new glamping finds of the season!
This beautiful property is everything a back to nature escape should be; mild, wild adventure coupled with some serious comfort, proper camp fires, gorgeous mountain rivers and plenty of country pubs to explore!
The warmest welcome on arrival from Lily & Dida, the friendliest of pet donkeys who graze the neighbouring slopes, frequently joined by rescue pony, Comet for a cheeky carrot or two, should you include them in your packing list!
Park up, gasp at the views, then stroll down to the recycled railway cabin, which houses your hand built kitchen, a free standing bath, lashings of hot water and everything you should need to rustle up some local fayre throughout your stay. Vintage chic and recycled ingenuity at its finest.
Take a few more steps to explore one of the cosiest log cabins we have seen to date. Hand built from local oak, the interior is a testament to artisan craftsmanship and a solid commitment to treading lightly within the natural environment.
Sheepskin rugs, warm Welsh blankets and log burning stove keep you cosy as toast year round, as well as boiling the water for your morning cuppa!
A romantic bed in the eaves with pretty fairy lights rivalling the dramatic night sky twinkling through the window. Safely down below, hand made cabin beds, straight out of an Enid Blyton novel perfect for the under 8's. For those with older children, simply pop a tent or a blow up bed in the car and they are most welcome to join in the fun at no extra charge. Cosy sofa, traditional games and solar power lighting making it all incredibly comfortable too.
Set within 50 acres, this is the essence of glamping - great for hard core fresh air freaks and dogs who are happy to live outside. There is a large fire pit for barbeques and camp fire songs, an all weather canopy and bench with a view, plus gentle mountain river running far below, plenty of adventure to be had without the need to get back in the car...breathtaking walks from the deck and local bike hire which can be delivered to the door.
Should you venture out, you'll discover local village pubs, one of which accessible by foot from the cottage. The pretty town of Crickhowell, is just three miles with independent stores and good grocery shops. Foodies will love Abergavenny, showcasing some of the best places to eat in Wales and for those who enjoy a good read, a day trip to Hay on Wye is a must, with its International Literary Festival and 30+ independant bookshops, as well as canoeing on the River Wye.