Glamping at Disserth - Shepherd Hut

At Disserth we have a purpose built replica of a Shepherds Hut that looks out onto riverside fields. This airy addition has windows on all four sides with access via a stable door. It is insulated on all sides including the floor for your comfort and for those chilly evenings there is an electric heater. There is a fold down settee that converts to a double bed, a small refrigerator, a microwave, a table and kettle. All you need to bring is your bedding and cooking equipment along with anything else that you would bring to go camping.

Shower and toilet are to be found in our modern log cabin toilet block. Included with the hire of the shepherd’s hut is a private bathroom which has a shower, toilet and wash basin for your exclusive use. Dishwashing facilities are available in the building adjacent to the shower and toilet block along with coin-operated laundry facilities if required.

The Shepherd Hut can be hired for a single night or multiple nights to suit your visit to Mid Wales from the 1st March through to 31st October, the nightly hire rate is discounted by £5.00 per night if you stay longer than one night. The shepherd’s hut is primarily designed for couples though there is room for up to four people. As it is accommodation offered to the public you are legally obliged not to smoke inside the hut. Pets are allowed up to a maximum of two.

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