Unplug, relax and ...breathe....
in our off-grid shepherds' huts
Our cosy shepherds' huts are designed to make the most of their superb location. Listen to the stream as you lie in bed at night, catch the warmth of the morning sun as you enjoy your breakfast, watch our resident barn owl as he hunts over the meadowland and remember to look up at night - there's no light pollution here so the starry sky is breathtaking.
Cosy, romantic and exclusive
Both of our shepherds' huts are exclusively yours for the duration of your stay.
The "living" hut has a wood-burning stove for chillier nights, a pull-down double bed with luxury bed linen, Welsh blankets and a Welsh mountain sheepskin rug. The other hut is your private wash hut where you'll find a toilet, shower, wash basin and wood-burning sauna so you can relax after fantastic days out exploring Snowdonia.
You’ll also have a fully equipped outdoor kitchen under a canopy with a triple gas burner and a coolbox and of course a picnic table, chairs and a fire pit for just sitting back and chilling out.
If you want to come and bring your family, you can hire our unique shepherd's hut tent complete with everything they'll need for a super cosy camp out. To book this, please email or call Hazel to arrange.
What you won't have is a mobile signal, internet access, TV or even radio. No traffic, no loud music from your neighbours - unless you count birdsong and baa-ing! Just peace, tranquility and the sounds of nature.
“In our few nights here we experienced all weathers and so made use of the firepit, the log burner and the sauna; all of which were most appreciated! Cosy nights after adventurous days in a perfect setting in North Wales. We’ll be back!”
"What a truly magical place! We were blessed with amazing weather and had a perfect weekend in the huts. We never imagined a hut could be quite so comfortable and luxurious….We can’t recommend this place highly enough!”
“Wow! We wish we could stay longer – we’ve so enjoyed the tranquillity of these huts in this picturesque corner of Wales. The perfect wind down we so badly needed.”