The Shepherds Hut

The hut is nestled into ancient woodland, overlooking the dramatic Usk Valley where guests will find uninterrupted views of the rolling fields towards the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains in the far distance. Few other places are able to offer such luxury with such seclusion. The charming 1 bedroom hut has been custom-made to the highest standard, offering a well-equipped kitchen, a king-sized alcove bed, wood-burner, gas stove, fridge and an en-suite bathroom with shower. It is accessed via a woodland path, ensuring every worry is left at the car on arrival and you are left to enjoy the peace and tranquillity on offer.

Sitting on the edge of the Wye Valley, between the Brecon Beacons and Forest of Dean, the Hut offers a fantastic base to explore the surrounding area which offers famous market towns, restaurants, festivals, castles, activities and more.

RELAXING: Dining table, chairs with wood burning stove, basket of logs and kindling on arrival. Classic books and magazines are available to read and games provided (chess, playing cards, scrabble). A DAB radio with Bluetooth is available for use by guests, providing the option of listening to desert island discs or playing your own playlist. For rainy days DVD’s are made available for use (guests must bring their own laptop). No TV or Wi-Fi is available. When we say secluded, we mean secluded!

SLEEPS 2 : One extremely comfy king-size bed alcove, all bedding included with Egyptian cotton sheets and welsh blankets.

COOKING: (Self-catering only) The log-burner also doubles up as an oven in addition to the two gas hobs that are available. The kitchen is fully equipped with a lovely Belfast sink, crockery and a toaster. A fridge is also on offer which can be used by either by either solar power or gas, guests much remember to switch on and off on arrival and on leaving the hut (instruction on use are available within the hut).

KEEPING CLEAN: Bathroom with large shower, basin and loo. Magazines and loo roll available with complementary toiletries.

OUTSIDE: The Welsh Countryside!! Guests will have access to the neighbouring field through a small gate, perfect for picnics and relaxing in the sun. The only locals that you may come across are most likely to be the deer or local farm animals. Footpaths are available nearby for country walks and bike-rides and country pubs are in within a 5 minute drive. There is off road parking, off a private drive, from here it’s a short walk through lovely woodland, strewn with bluebells in the Spring months.

TO BOOK:

For more information and pictures and all reservation please visit www.sugarandloaf.com and search ‘Wye Valley’

or telephone: 01237 426289