Pretty shepherd’s hut, set overlooking the Brecon Beacons in Mid Wales, perfect for a romantic trip reconnecting with nature.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
This beautiful shepherd’s hut, located overlooking the Brecon Beacons in Mid Wales, is the perfect place to spend a romantic few days away reconnecting with nature. Set amongst rolling hills and fields, Argoed Shepherd’s Hut has been carefully designed and crafted to ensure maximum comfort. Every detail has been thought of, from the underfloor heating and sheep’s wool insulation to the breakfast hamper delivered to your doorstep every morning.
Inside, the hut feels bright and spacious thanks to the white walls and ceiling and large windows looking out over the Brecon Beacons. The finest materials have been used, from the gorgeous oak for the floorboards and drop-leaf table under the window to the locally sourced ironmongery. Designed to accommodate a full-length bed, there will be no worries about getting a good night’s sleep. As well as the insulation and underfloor heating to keep you warm, there’s a wood-burning stove, so you can enjoy the shepherd’s hut at any time of year.
There is also a wet-room inside the hut which is equipped with a shower, basin and a modern self-composting loo. There’s also underfloor heating in the bathroom to keep you cosy when stepping out of the shower.
Outside, there’s a little decking area where you can relax in the swing seat and soak up the picturesque views. Rustle up a homemade pizza in the pizza oven or fire up the BBQ and enjoy your meals outside, surrounded by nature. In the evenings, gather around the fire bowl, toasting marshmallows and do a bit of stargazing as the night rolls in. The Brecon Beacons is an International Dark Sky Reserve, so on a clear night, the sky will light up with more constellations than you can imagine.
There’s plenty to do in the local area with the Brecon Beacon’s being a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. There are walking and cycling trails that take in the spectacular mountains, waterfalls and rivers of Mid Wales and watersports on offer in locations such as Llangorse Lake. If you’re looking for something a little more relaxing, enjoy the views from the comfort of a canal boat or visit the Penderyn Distillery to learn how whisky, gin and vodka are made. Hay-on-Wye is also nearby and a must for any book-lovers. This pretty little town on the border between England and Wales is full of specialist bookshops and hosts the world-famous Hay Book Festival each summer.
Minimum two nights' stay.
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