Head to Robin’s Nest Shepherds Hut for a stylish, cosy retreat on a 300-acre National Trust working farm, where Dexter cattle, sheep, free-range chickens and arable crops fill the space. Resting on the border between Herefordshire and Wales, this site is well-situated for hiking, just off the lengthy Offa’s Dyke Path and 45 minutes from the Brecon Beacons National Park plus, a 15-minute drive from "the town of books" Hay-on-Wye.
As the name suggests, this natural nest is surrounded by the Herefordshire countryside. The shepherd’s hut is rather cosy with underfloor heating, an electric woodburning stove and a television with a DVD player. The hut also has a fully-equipped kitchenette with hob, microwave, kettle, toaster and a fridge with small ice box for guests to prep meals, plus a bathroom with a walk-in electric shower and heated towel rail.
Step out of the stable door and into a planted garden with pots and a two-tiered patio. There’s a seating area and firepit(logs are included), plus a grill ready for some alfresco dining , relax in our swing seat, pair it with a glass of your favourite tipple, if you may, and pick up free-range eggs or home-reared pedigree Dexter beef on site.
Plenty of room for a tent with electric hook-up if you want family or friends to join you.
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