Our (not-so) humble shepherd’s huts ooze pastoral charm with tantalising glamping upgrades – old world nostalgia meets modern luxury. They’re found in some of the most beautiful spots in the Welsh countryside from the Prembrokeshire coast to the Brecon Beacons. Hidden away in your romantic retreat in the wilderness, you won’t be required to herd any sheep, but you’ll probably spot a few grazing outside. Embrace the simple life as you light the campfire, break open a deck of cards and listen to the sound of silence.
We’ve personally inspected every one of our huts to make sure they’re a shepherd’s delight. We soak in the hot tub, stroll to the local pub, munch the Welsh cakes and stargaze on the deck – all to make sure you’ll have the perfect glamping break. Our guest experience team (made up of real, nature-loving humans) is always on hand to advise and inspire you on your wild adventures.
There are things you’d pay for if you could, but nature offers them up free of charge, as long as you’re there to look for them. To make sure you are, we’ve rounded up part two of our best budget glamping spaces, so you can go in search of some of the best things.
Who we are We’re a small team based in Bristol who love getting out in the great outdoors to find the coolest, most unique places for you to stay. We’re passionate about living a life more wild, but that doesn’t mean sacrificing comforts like a hot tub or a pizza oven. We’re employee owned, B-Corp certified and have a charitable trust dedicated to supporting environmental causes.
Our shepherd's hut holidays in Wales You can switch off and reconnect with nature from the moment you arrive at one of our shepherd’s huts in Wales. We don’t choose places that are a short drive from a beautiful location, they’re right in the heart of the hills, fields and woodlands with walks straight from the front door. Admiring the view from a comfy chair on the deck, find cosy wood burners, feather duvets, wild swimming spots and one hut tucked away near the base of Pen Y Fan for bracing mountain hikes.
What to do in Wales Wales is a land of culture, history, and verdant beauty with a fairytale castle around every corner. It also offers a surprising number of ways to get the adrenaline pumping, whether you fancy a 100mph zip wire, some mountain biking or white water rafting. You can pack each day with incredible adventures then retreat to your snug, comfortable hut to unwind and stargaze in blissful, remote seclusion.
We care about responsible travel People and planet are at the heart of our business, so we want to promote responsible travel with minimal environmental impact. Our B-Corp score is the highest of any travel company in the world and we’ve set ourselves some ambitious goals including net zero by 2030. Find out more in our 2023 impact report.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.