Far reaching views of the Black Mountains, a pub down the lane and the most innovative hot tub we've ever seen! A pair of exquisite shepherds huts, exclusively yours, hand built by the owners with every comfort considered.
Enjoying an enviable location at the foot of the Skirrid, this beautifully hand crafted shepherds hut has a private hot tub and fire pit, just perfect for those looking for a little adventure.
As romantic as it gets in the great outdoors! Bluebells abound in season...the view will leave you breathless too! One of the most romantic and relaxing glamping breaks you can experience, under the beautiful Dark Sky Reserve in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Peaceful strolls in the Wye Valley, long day hikes in the Brecon Beacons & retreat home again for a cwtch in the cutest of romantic shepherd huts. With a village pub and majestic Raglan Castle in easy reach. The perfect romantic bolthole, just for two & a pooch!
Wake up surrounded by bluebells, toast marshmallows on the camp fire with the best views around, then head down the hill for Michelin dining, market towns & majestic mountains.
Private camp with quirky carriage, tepee, shower and eco compost loo cabins. Close to Hay-on-Wye, on idyllic 17 acre farm in the beautiful Black Mountains. The perfect off-grid rural retreat in Herefordshire.
As featured in The Times : One of the most unique spots in the Black Mountains with a fun 4x4 available for use throughout your stay. Views for miles, private and secluded, yet you can walk to the pub. Stone walled garden perfect for pets and the Sugar Loaf Mountain at the end of the garden!
Set within thirty acres which make up Spring Farm, enjoying breath taking views down the Bryn Awr Valley. This sympathetically restored Victorian railway carriage is simply perfect for relaxing, exploring and stargazing whatever the time of year.
Perched on the England/Wales border, this quirky, picture-perfect shepherd’s hut offers the ultimate escape in the countryside, where you can experience heavenly peace from the everyday stresses of life.
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