Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
£110 per night
Shepherd's Hut in Ceredigion, Wales: Our pocket-sized paradise in the heart of mid-Wales, with a view that will simply take your breath away. Ffion is the idyllic retreat for some much needed down time and this magical little hut also warmly welcomes four-legged friends.
Sitting peacefully on the crest of a valley in the Cambrian Mountains, with a spellbinding view of Plynlimon, this lovely little hut is the sweetest hideaway and the perfect retreat for couples to escape the humdrum of everyday life. Red kites often circle the location in-flight, so don't forget to pack your binoculars. From the very moment you arrive, you can simply sit back and relax as all your senses tune into the awe-inspiring nature that surrounds your hidden haven.
The hut itself is really quite idyllic. As you step inside you are greeted by a cosy interior. The perfect space to call 'home' for a little while. The small, but functional kitchen has everything you'll need during your stay. There's a small oven with a hob, a toaster, and a kettle. To the right of the hut, you'll find the ensuite shower room, perfect for refreshing after a rambling walk. The hut will keep you toasty throughout the year with its electric heating and we promise you'll have the most peaceful night's sleep in the snug double bed. When you wake in the morning and open the curtains, the view of the Cambrian Mountains will instantly send a wave of relaxation through your body.
If you wish to dine alfresco there's a picnic bench, barbecue, and fire pit outside. As the sun begins to disappear and the stars start to sparkle, you can cosy up with your loved one around the flickering flames and share magical memories from the day's adventures. Ffion is actually nestled within a Dark Skies Area, so you'll love watching the sky come alive at night! For nature lovers, keep your eyes peeled for badgers, foxes and a whole array of wonderful bird species.
Out and About
Nestled into one of Wales most picturesque valleys, Ffion is only a stone's throw from the legendary Devil's Bridge. From the doorstep you and your beloved pooch can enjoy spectacular walks along the 'Cambrian Way', leading you past the magnificent Devil's Bridge Falls. Or, why not take a leisurely stroll to the famous Hafod Hotel for sumptuous summer lunches shading under the fancy canopies, or a romantic candle lit dinner?
Aberystwyth is only a short drive away and is well worth a visit. In this historical, bustling seaside town, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. Stroll along the impressive Victorian promenade or enjoy an ice-cream with the sand between your toes. The town centre is spread around a variety of interesting streets that reflect its architecture and history since the Middle Ages. You'll love browsing the quaint independent shops and little foodie spots.
If you fancy venturing further afield, head down the Cardigan coast to the pretty town of Aberaeron or Newquay for some dolphin watching. Or why not hike around the famous Claerwin Valley, one of Wales most popular spots for walkers.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Electric 2 ring hob, electric oven, fridge with ice-box, toaster and kettle. Double bed (4'6") and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: £110 per night
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
There is a charge of £38 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £40 is payable per booking.
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