A bijoux horse truck in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with romantic studio interiors and a hot tub beneath the stars…
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Retreat to the Brecon Beacons and cwtch up beneath the stars at this oh-so-quirky horse truck that’s got romance on the cards. Parked in a secluded, wildflower meadow on a charming, Welsh farm, the Wanderoo cabin is a true paradise found. Explore enchanting, woodland valleys and magical, nature trails, hiking the Black Mountain peaks and flourishing, open plains. Rejuvenate tired legs in the steaming, outdoor hot tub, sipping bubbling champagne beneath the captivating sunsets.
The authentic, mahogany cabin is a luxury, glamping hideout perched up on stilts in a 17-acre smallholding. Finished with a whimsical character and packed with contemporary home comforts, it has everything it needs to entice starry-eyed lovers. Picture twinkling fairy-lights and soft candle lanterns next to sweet feather bunting and Welsh woollen blankets. Breakfast on the balcony or wait for night to fall and watch for dazzling, meteor showers.
Its studio interiors have been lovingly handcrafted to blend its snug and cosy style with eco-friendly features. There’s the rustic wood panelled walls with sheep wool insulation, above the natural wooden floorboards and crackling wood burner. Floor-to-ceiling doors frame the stunning mountain views, while soothing natural shades blend in with the ever-changing, farmland hues.
While away your days in the boutique living area, throwing logs on the dancing fire and curling up on the sink-in sofa. There are piles of books and games to keep you entertained, along with a bespoke kitchenette and alfresco dining areas. Cook on the two-burner gas hob and boil the whistling kettle, devouring freshly-laid eggs and farmhouse breads. A fridge and running water can be found in the next-door annexe, along with a modern shower room and neighbouring toilet hut. At the end of the day, look above the original driver’s cab, to find a seriously comfy hideout with a sublime king-size bed.
Pack your vintage binoculars and head out for adventure, hiking to the iconic Pen-y-Fan slopes and resting by idyllic lake waters. Try white water rafting or gentle canoeing, or challenging bike trails and horseback riding. The quaint streets of Brecon are just a short drive away, as is the literary hotspot of the beautiful Hay-on-Wye. Trawl the historic, second-hand book shops or visit the charming farmer’s markets, stopping off at the Brecon Mountain Railway or gourmet, local restaurants.
pubs, restaurants and food shops two miles away
Bristol airport 80 miles 1 hour 45 minutes
1st March to 31st May and 1st October to 31st December two nights minimum mid week £190 three night minimum weekend £290.
1st June to 30th September two nights minimum midweek £210 Three night minimum weekend £330.
From Previous Guests
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Amazing place, beautiful views and perfect location. We had a lovely long weekend there. Hosts were really helpful if we needed anything and the same time respectful for our privacy. Perfect for romantic, cosy getaway! Loved every minute of our stay.
Stayed May 2021
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