High on the Bryn Arw mountain a pair of beautifully crafted shepherd's huts give you a really romantic hideaway - with spectacular views across the valley to Table Mountain above nearby Crickhowell.
You wind your way up the lane, past the old charcoal burning hearths, up to Spring Farm. Here, Pip and Graham will greet you with freshly baked bread (and there's a taste of Prosecco in the fridge).
Down in a sheltered spot, just below the farmhouse, one of the huts is for sleeping, with two easy chairs in front of a tiny wood burning stove. The sister hut right next door has a delightful little kitchen on one side, and the most luxurious shower facilities on the other. Solar panels give you unlimited hot water, and there’s bottled gas for cooking.
The huts were each hand-built by Graham with larch felled on his own farm. You will see that he has spared no expense with the design to make sure that you are warm and comfortable in this very secluded haven.
The farm is just 30 acres, but Graham and Pip keep 20 Red Devon cattle and some sheep, 2 Highland cattle, and an English Saddleback pig called Mama.
Graham also has a meat cutting room where he packs up boxes of beef to be sold in London. You may choose your beef and barbecue it yourself. And you can watch the lambing in the spring or feed the pig (she's not for eating!) all year round.