1.5 miles S of Abergele
From £150 per night
Shepherd’s hut with a hot tub in north Wales: This enchanting abode promises magical moments in nature; soak in the steamy wood-fired hot tub, watch the sunset over the Irish Sea, cook alfresco over the flickering fire pit, then get cosy inside the wholesome hut.
Embrace a slice of rural life and retreat to Celt, our bespoke hut nestled on a peaceful farm in north Wales. This rural idyll is settled atop a hill, where you are promised unspoilt views across rolling fields towards the Irish Sea. Sunset lovers will adore slipping into the wood-fired hot tub as the sky transcends into a pastel palette of pink and purple. Alfresco moments are a must here. Light the rustic fire pit and experience the magic of outdoor feasting. As the sun slips away and stars fill the night sky, head inside the hut and drift off into a sweet slumber whilst snuggled in the comfy king-size bed… bliss!
Enter the hut to be greeted by a bright, open-plan living space with wholesome interiors and thoughtful touches throughout. The hideaway has been handcrafted with so much care and attention, the perfect place for two. To the left, you’ll find the sumptuous king-size bed adorned with handwoven traditional Welsh throws, promising you a peaceful night’s rest. Wake to the sound of the natural world and open up the stable style door to welcome fresh air inside. On a winter’s morning light the wood-burner and enjoy a leisurely lie-in with your favourite read. Or grab a cuppa and get cosy on the mini sofa, admiring the tranquillity of farm life. There’s also a fold away table so you can enjoy brunch snuggled inside the warmth of the hut. The sweet kitchenette is complete with everything you could wish for including an induction hob and oven, SMEG kettle, cafetiere, toaster and small fridge with freezer compartment. The stylish shower-room is situated to the right of the hut and is just the spot to freshen up for the day ahead.
Alfresco moments are oh so special at this magical Welsh hideout. The hut itself is nestled on a farm and sits within its own enclosed area atop a peaceful meadow, where sheep quietly graze beyond. Celt is perfectly positioned to admire the spellbinding view, where lush rolling countryside meets the glistening Irish Sea. This tranquil view can be admired from many spots; inside the hut, on the lovely wooden loungers or within the warmth of the wood-fired hot tub. Spectacular sunsets are promised here, so pour a glass of your favourite as a crimson display fills the sky. Before rustling up a feast over the flickering fire pit as the moon and stars appear. Then enjoy a steamy dip in the hot tub and toast to a magical holiday spent in a captivating location.
North Wales is an utterly special destination to retreat to, boasting 250 miles of beautiful coastline, an abundance of history, majestic waterfalls and lovely eateries. Outdoor enthusiasts will be in their element here, as the region is characterised by its awe-inspiring natural beauty with a wide array of walking, hiking and water sport activities on offer. Whether you are ready to explore the peaks of Snowdonia National Park or prefer to take to the Conwy River, there are plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in its scenic delights.
The enchanting Gwydir Forest Park is just a short distance away, boasting magical woodland scenery and an abundance of walking routes. Betws Y Coed is known as the gateway to Snowdonia, offering easy access to the dramatic mountains. It’s home to lovely eateries, numerous attractions and a distinct Alpine feel, enhanced by the dense Gwydir Forest and mountainous backdrop. The village of Llanrwst is perfect for a stroll across its gorgeous triple arched bridge, discovering its beautiful chapels along the way.
For coastal scenery visit Conwy, a mediaeval town with irresistible charm that will transport you back in time. This captivating town is steeped with history and beauty, enclosed by its perfectly preserved 13th-century walls. Wander through its gorgeous cobbled streets, adorned with independent shops and welcoming cafes, with the majestic Conwy Castle in the background. You can easily explore the stunning north Wales coastline from here, including a vast choice of beaches, from Morfa Beach to Anglesey.
For the foodies, head to Kinmel Arms, just a short distance from the hut, serving 5-star food with occasional live music! Or why not take a tour around the Aber Falls Distillery at the foot of the famous Aber Falls waterfall in the village of Abergwyngregyn. Or enjoy a tasting session and tour in the summer at the Snowdon Craft Beer Brewery. However you decide to spend your days exploring north Wales, you will love nothing more than returning to your cosy hideaway for a romantic moonlit eve.
Open plan living room with kitchen and bedroom areas. Wood-burner. Induction 2 ring hob, electric oven, fridge with ice-box, toaster and kettle. King-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: £150 - £175 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.
A non-refundable booking fee of £45 is payable per booking.
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