Had a wonderful stay in the shepherds hut, cosy, warm and inviting.
Everything provided with a lot of attention to the small details, just turn up and relax.
Would definitely stay again and recommend.
We booked at short notice to find some peace and a break away from frenetic activity.
The weather was kind, the hospitality was stupendous, views were stunning, the basic nature of the hut was a Godsend. After only three nights we were restored and found inner peace.
The five star hospitality was entirely natural and effortless in its delivery.
We booked for one night on a warm weekend at the end of May. Check in was from 4pm and we decided to bring some food for the evening to make the most of our stay. We were lucky to be staying on the warmest night of the year so far and sat out with our food and a glass of wine until after dark looking at the stars. There was a selection of books in the hut and nice touches such as a stargazing chart, binoculars and some delicious homemade cake waiting for us. It was too warm to use the wood burning stove but it would be lovely on a cooler day.
The bed was incredibly comfortable with woollen mattress and duvet and very attractive soft furnishings. We had an amazing night's sleep which could have been down to all the fresh air we had that day or the lavender bags tucked under our pillows - another nice detail. We opted to have breakfast delivered to the hut and it didn't disappoint - a lovely fruit and yoghurt granola followed by croissants and pain-au-chocolate and a flask of tea. There was also tea and coffee in the cabin next door with fresh water provided.
Sadly we had to leave after one night, but would love to go back for a longer stay one day. The owners Maryline and Peter were helpful and friendly and lent us a wheelbarrow to get our belongings down to the hut. If you are looking to get away from it all this is the perfect place, the views are pretty amazing too.
My husband and I stayed in this lovely hut and we're utterly charmed by the whole experience.
The hut itself is tucked away in a secluded setting but with glorious views over the Welsh hills.
The hut and kitchenette are very well presented and a lot of consideration has been given to ensuring that nearly every need you have is covered. The owners have gone to the effort of adding in little touches that really add to the feeling of luxury - a little vase of flowers, some cake waiting for you to have with your tea, various teas and real coffee...
The owners are friendly and helpful without being intrusive. They catered for my strict diet with no fuss and careful consideration - a rarity! We opted to have breakfast delivered to the hut in the morning and what a treat! Scrummy, home made, and included something for every taste.
I am generally a real critic in reviews but honestly can say that this retreat is a hidden gem.
We had a lovely couple's weekend at the shepherds hut. A very cosy hut, situated with good privacy in a field, with a comfortable bed and many lovely details - we put on the woodburner at night which was very cosy. There's everything you need for a stay -seating outside to enjoy the amazing view, reading material on the area, and little useful details like binoculars and a torch. Given there is no running water I was very positively surprised that there was a composting toilet, wash basin to brush teeth and wash, and a little kitchenette to make tea & coffee or cook on the camping stove. The hut and amenities were so lovingly put together it had a rustic charm and sense of luxury for me. Loved the area too - Montgomery is so pretty and we had a delicious treat with a tasting meal at the Checkers.
Wish I could have stayed a couple more days just to hide away and read and enjoy the slow pace of the place. The owners Maryline &Peter were very welcoming and approachable, and made a really good cooked breakfast.