Feel yourself relax as you embark on a journey into a hidden valley of lush pines and wizened old oaks, to a handsome hut evocative of the wild west. Boasting a luxurious log burning stove and a beautiful bathtub, this sublime spot promises perfect privacy. You could spend your days exploring the realms of the retreat in all its enchanting glory, or pull on the walking shoes and set out to discover the magical lands of rural Mid Wales.
Inviting you to experience a truly ambient interior of rustic, reclaimed timber and antique oak in a hideaway on the edge of dense woodland. Cowboy’s Hut is a captivating escape from the everyday with a simplistic, serene feel that will allow you to enjoy laid-back living amongst truly scenic surroundings.
Equipped with a convenient kitchen that features a microwave and electric hob, the Cowboy boasts impressive oak worktops and an enchanting aesthetic. A large king-size bed features a roll out single from beneath it, making this the ideal escape for a small family. The separate bathroom flaunts a fitted bath and a stunning copper sink with a heated towel rail ideal on those cosy winter mornings.
Hidden in your very own sanctuary within the woods, the Cowboy has a private decking area equipped with a BBQ for making the most of the great outdoors. Immersed in a wonderfully wild spot, you’ll be able to enjoy flora and fauna in abundance from the comfort of your own space, with many local walks right from your doorstep that are perfect for enjoying with a four-legged friend.
Surrounded by the border towns of Knighton, Newtown, Presteigne, Ludlow, Leominster and Hay-on-Wye, you will never be short for places to visit or irresistible eateries, with two local pubs in Felindre and Beguildy also accessible on foot.
For delightful days out, the nearby attractions of the Elan Valley and Powis Castle are within easy reach, as well as the entire Shropshire Hills AONB. You could also venture out to the coast and visit the Victorian resort of Aberystwyth, or even explore the southern reaches of the Snowdonia National Park.
Best choice for… .
Couples and small families wanting to escape the hustle and bustle.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
To experience the feel of the wild west in Wales.