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That's it! We are ready to take bookings for short breaks in our shepherd's hut from 1 June onwards. It is very exciting!

In May, we have three couples who have been selected to be our "guinea pigs" and we eagerly await their arrival, comments and feedback, which will be important to us as we embark on this glamping adventure.

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 an off-grid glamping experience with low impact on the environment. It is our aim to offer our guests the chance to leave behind the busy, complicated modern world and get back to basics, close to nature and all it has to offer for a restorative and memorable countryside break.

The hut has been furnished and decorated to make it a cosy and comfortable space to relax, rest and sleep. A deep wool mattress and wool duvets ensure a fabulous night’s sleep and with lots of cushions, pillows, bolsters and quilts, the double bed can easily be transformed into a luxurious reading den! The small but efficient woodburner will keep guests warm and toasty inside. There is a private composting toilet and washbasin housed in a “caban” just behind the hut.

We offer the hut on a bed & breakfast basis with a choice of either a cooked breakfast at our house (a short walk away) or a breakfast basket (continental-style) delivered to the hut. There is a basic outdoor kitchenette in the “caban” where guests can make drinks and cook light meals.

First bookings are arriving! To treat yourself to a soul-nourishing, wellbeing-enhancing and creativity-boosting short break that doesn't cost the Earth (literally!), do get in touch with us.




Comments

  • Your Hut looks lovely. Probably a silly question, but does it have wi-fi, or at least Mobile phone reception? Unfortunately, we do need to stay in touch with the outside world. Thanks!

    Posted on       By Janice      

    • Hello Janice. There is a reasonably good mobile phone and internet signal at the hut. Some networks can access 4G. We have WiFi at the house, which guests can also connect to. Hope this helps. Maryline

      Posted on       By Maryline