Shepherd’s View, Holidays Wales
Rolling green fields, blissful birdsong and picturesque panoramas await your arrival at Shepherd’s View. Situated in a truly stunning spot in magical Mid Wales, this stylish shepherds hut is a homely retreat with clean, airy contemporary interiors and a sublime stargazing spot where you can soak away your worries.
Nicely nestled within the captivating countryside of Mid Wales, Shepherd’s View sits on a stunning site on a working-farm with a selection of other perfect pods. Allowing you to bring along your four-legged friend, it is the ideal spot for those who enjoy walking and active, outdoor adventures.
Equipped with a beautifully boutique kitchen and a delightful dining area that effortlessly transforms into a comfortable double bed, Shepherd’s View also features a separate bathroom with a shower and flushing loo. A stable door separates you from the inspiring outdoors, allowing you to keep the top half open to bring the birdsong inside.
Boasting ample parking and a perfect, private outdoor area complete with grassy greenery and a pristine patio, the hut is perfectly positioned so that you are only gazing onto further greenery and handsome hillside. You can aslo enjoy the private hot tub during your stay, which is ideal for enchanting evenings of stargazing.
The farm is situated less than 3 miles from the market town of Rhayader, the first town on the River Wye. The ideal excuse to pull on the wellies and go for a wander, there are a handful of shops stocking all of the essentials and local produce. Also nearby are the Elan and Claerwen Valleys where you can admire and marvel at the Victorian infrastructure as well as enjoying an abundance of rural rambles.
If it’s wining and dining your after, Rhayader has a choicely selection of eateries ranging from the casual cafe, The Lost Arc (which welcomes dogs) to the more bistro option of The Lamb and Flag Grill. The foodie scene of Ludlow is a scenic drive away, where there are attractions aplenty and several Michelin starred restaurants.
For other inspiring adventures, the coastal University town of Aberystwyth is nearby, as well as the Cambrian Mountains for wildlife enthusiasts.
Best choice for… .
Couples who are keen walkers or who simply need to ‘switch off’.
Why it should be on your Wanderlist?
Stargazing from the hot tub!