7 Exciting Cabins to Stay on a Short Break in Herefordshire

Whether it’s a long holiday or a short weekend break, staying in a cabin or a Shepherd’s hut could bring a new exciting adventure into your well deserved break. Most of us would have lost count of how many times we stayed in a rented holiday flat, house or even a beach apartment. But very few among us have actually stayed in a cabin or a shepherd’s hut. That is why this blog post brings you six of the most exciting cabins and shepherds hut you can find in Herefordshire.

  1. The Queen Bee Cabin – Much Birch, South Herefordshire

Located in a corner of a 2-acre field, in the middle of the countryside, the queen bee cabin is probably the best hand-carved glamping shepherds hut style cabin you will ever see. This spacious cabin sleeps two. It boasts a king size bed, underfloor heating, a spacious cooking area and a bathroom inside the cabin itself. In many shepherds’ huts and cabins toilets tend to be outside the cabin. This is not the case at the queen bee. Everything you need for a great experience is right inside the cabin.

Another unusual thing about this cabin is the gardens around it, it actually has a decent sized herb garden and other garden spaces around it. The icing on the cake when you stay in this cabin is the view! Whether you are in the cabin, the gardens or any space around the cabin the view is stunning. You can find out more about the queen bee on their social media pages as well as their website.

  1. Cabin/Wagon Above the World

Another excellent cabin in South Herefordshire, about 10 miles or so from The Queen Bee is a wagon. Leaving semantics aside, this space is an awesome space. Cited on a hilltop, with a fantastic view of the Black Mountains in Wales.

The grounds of the cabin are almost as exciting as the interior. Exploring the grounds first, you can sit on a deck chair or choose to lounge in the hammock provided. Inside the wargon, you will be awed by the decor: chandeliers, copper plated wood-burner. The warm 50s, 60s style splendour of the cabin is welcoming. For sleeping, you have a double bed. Should you feel like listening to music before you fall asleep, you can choose the music system that plays all devices from CDs to digital music.

  1. Brook House Wood’s Whittlers Cabin

The Whittlers Cabin is a wood cabin giving you a little bit of luxury deep in the woods. This sweet cabin features a king size bed, feather duvets and pillows, a wood burner, fairy lights and a sitting area around a private fire pit. The cabin sleeps two people and has a private compost toilet, shower with a view of the woods and private kitchen. It’s the perfect place to lay your head for the night and cuddle up with your partner.

  1. Woodside Lodges Country Park

Located near the market town of Ledbury, Woodside Lodges is an ideal holiday location for exploring Herefordshire with many awesome attractions and beautiful places to visit such as Vodka & Gin Chase Distillery, Hereford Cathedral, historic landmark of King Arthurs’ cave etc. The lodges are situated in a rural location surrounded by 25 acres of beautiful landscape and home to 5 tranquil pools and 2 fishing lakes which is perfect for fishing.

  1. Aymestrey Lodges

Aymestrey Lodges is a paradise for folks that love to visit historic houses and castles and enjoy peaceful country walks. The Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that inspired AE Housman, The Long Mynd and the Welsh Marches are all within easy reach. It is a collection of 5 luxury log cabins dotted around landscaped grounds that offers a perfect retreat for couples and families alike.

Within just an hour’s drive are fascinating towns like Ludlow, Tenbury Wells, Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury, Hereford and the World Heritage site of Ironbridge Gorge with its ten museums.

  1. Mosaic Cabin

Mosaic Cabin is where you feel completely at ease and all your worries drifted away. The cabin is beautifully decorated, with so many thoughtful touches and everything was made with comfort in mind. The solid oak floors of the cabin are heated from below, and made cosy with bright, handmade zig zag rugs. The supreme feature is the view of the Herefordshire countryside; watch the sun go down whilst lounging on the wooden deck, lying on the comfy bed or even whilst washing the dishes.

  1. Dulas Valley Shepherds Hut

Dulas Valley Shepherds Hut itself is compact, and well-stocked with everything you realistically need. Surprising how many facilities can be squeezed in, with various clever space-saving gadgets. Even if you are 6 feet tall, you can comfortably stretch out flat on the bed. The kitchenette has everything you need for basic self-catering, and the shower was pleasantly hot and powerful. The hut is one-hour drive from Bristol and Cardiff, one and a half hour from Birmingham, and 3 hours from London. It is perfectly located to discover the beautiful Welsh Marches. Hikers, mountain bikers and dog walkers and anyone seeking complete peace and tranquillity would find Shepherd’s Hut a welcoming and ideal location.

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