Imagine a quiet country lane gently leading you up a hill then a short, stoney track taking you to the entrance of an ancient meadow you push open the old, rickety wooden gate and your gaze is drawn towards a little hut at the top of the field.

Photo of the shepherd’s hut.

Situated in its own private field with stunning views across the rolling hills of Mid-Wales and Shropshire, our shepherd’s hut is the perfect hideaway for up to two people.

Close to nature and all it has to offer for a restorative and memorable countryside break. A real chance to unplug from the world and connect with the natural world.

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What you get

  • Kitchen
  • Free parking
  • Log burner
  • Fire pit
  • Breakfast
  • Lovely rural views

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Photo of the fire pit at night.
Photo of the fire pit during the day.
Photo of interior with a kettle.

17th wedding anniversary. Thank you, Maryline and Peter, for such a welcoming stay at your beautiful shepherd's hut. Such attention to detail! Delivered breakfast was a treat! Weather gorgeous. Bird life abundant. PS: Loved the sheepskins ;)

Becci and James, Shropshire

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Photo of Maryline and Peter.

Maryline & Peter

Keen to pursue our long-held dream for a more sustainable lifestyle, we moved here after two years of research, visits and lots and lots of discussions about how to turn our dream into reality. Without really knowing it, we were lining up all the dominos so that in July 2015, we were ready to start our adventure in this beautiful spot of the Welsh countryside.

When we first set eyes on the smallholding, we both knew it was the perfect place for us as it ticked many items on our wishlist: its location in the hills offered beautiful views of the rolling hills of Mid-Wales, three acres of land to give us plenty of scope for livestock, gardens and space for a shepherds' hut or two in the future, an old house with plenty of character and lots of storage and work space in the outbuildings. The wind turbine, the solar panels, the already set-up vegetable beds, the polytunnel and greenhouses, the fruit bushes and the orchard were the icing on the cake!

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