Shepherds Huts



Our handcrafted Shepherds huts are located within 4 acres of private and secluded gardens on a small holding in West Wales on the border of Carmarthenshire & Pembrokeshire. Conveniently located for many beautiful beaches and the foothills of the Preseli mountains, with the stunning Pembrokeshire coastal path starting just 10 miles away at Pendine.
Whether your visit is purely for relaxation or you're looking for outdoor adventure our luxurious hut will provide the perfect sanctuary.



All your needs are catered for with a welcome basket on arrival, quality bed linen and towels and traditionally woven “Melin Tregwynt” soft furnishings, from a local Welsh woollen mill. Enjoy a drink (or three) as you watch the sun go down from your outdoor seating area and perhaps some alfresco dining with the supplied fire pit/barbecue. Coals, kindling and logs are available to purchase at the farm along with a selection of local produce and other essentials.


Cwtch yr Oen bach

Sleeps 2 

One double


Llety'r Bugail

Sleeps 4

One double, 2 singles (bunks)


NEW! Bell Tent Sleeps 4

(pic for illustration only, available to rent from Easter '22)

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We can happily provide breakfast baskets, celebration cakes and other homemade treats from the farm kitchen.



Enjoy a drink (or three) as you watch the sun go down from your outdoor seating area and perhaps some alfresco dining with the supplied fire pit/barbecue.

Shepherds Store


The Shepherds Store stocks eggs, crisps, soft drinks and something a little stronger if you fancy! Plus coals, kindling and logs along with a selection of local produce are also available.


Ample free parking is available on the premises. We may also be able to accommodate additional items such as a boat trailer, please ask.

Special Occasions

For special occasions we will endeavour to cater for your needs. Please enquire and allow 48 hours notice.

Guest Access

Once you’ve parked your car, access is a short walk through the garden. Wellingtons or country boots are recommended as the walk takes you through an open grassed area.

Hot Tub


Our cosy 2 berth hut, 'Cwtch yr Oen Bach' has a wood fired hot tub for exclusive use of guests

Play Area


 private children’s park with animals ranging from Hens, Ducks, Sheep, Lambs, Pygmy Goats roaming in the fields and paddocks nearby.



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West Wales has some of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of the UK and perhaps even the whole of Europe. You’ll find nothing less than soft clean sands surrounded by rugged cliff tops, mythical islands with almost tropical wildlife that range from puffins to dolphins and seals. 



Wales is one of the world's greatest countries for castles. Come and learn about the Welsh nation's history through the buildings that defended it.

From defensive beginnings and the conflict of Civil War, to Tudor banqueting and Victorian decadence, the architectural splendour of these fortresses always stirs the soul. 

Towns & Villages

The towns and villages of West Wales are packed with independent retailers. In Narberth you can enjoy quaint cafes & unique boutiques full of work by local artists & homewares that you won’t find anywhere else. 

Saundersfoot & Tenby offer a great mix of shops and eateries with the most perfect backdrop.

Leisure Activities


West Wales has a wealth of outdoor activities suitable for all ages. With it's diverse landscape and coast, the list of things to do in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire & Ceredigion is almost endless - from exhilaration to relaxation, there is something for everyone in magical West Wales......


The rich and abundant wildlife found in and around West Wales, with its many and varied habitats; inshore, offshore, coastal, upland, wetland, estuary, woodland moorland and valley, has been a source of fascination for locals, tourists and naturalists for centuries. Discover more about some of the most common inhabitants of our excitingly diverse environment that is home to some fascinating land and sea creatures......

Dylan Thomas & Laugharne​

When Dylan Thomas called Laugharne 'the strangest town in Wales' he meant it kindly. He was dead right, mind: it’s a faintly otherworldly place, set perfectly on the estuary, hardly altered in 50 years, and a great place to wander around the Dylan-related trails, ending with a pint at Brown's Hotel (where Dylan himself sank a good few).



We’ve just arrived home from a wonderful little getaway in the Wooly Sheep Shepherds Hut. We had the best and most relaxing few days. On arrival we were greeted by the lovely Eleri- the most friendly lady! The hut itself was gorgeous, beautiful inside and out, set in beautiful surrounding areas that looked down over some ponds and lots of greenery. Eleri provided us with a lovely thoughtful welcome hamper with everything we needed, along with some fresh milk and eggs and her mother’s freshly baked apple pie- this was absolutely delicious! The hut was lovely and clean and Eleri’s attention to detail was superb, with freshly cut flowers in vases and a brilliant and very convenient store to top up on everyday supplies. Perfect! We enjoyed a bbq one evening with meat from the local butchers, again this was delicious (We ordered this from Eleri the day before). The meat was so tender and tasty and then we enjoyed some roasted marshmallows to follow. We highly recommend doing this on your stay! We enjoyed a lovely walk around the local area through fields and around a lake and just loved chilling out at the hut in the peace of the countryside. We hope to one day return! Eleri was a super star host, was very quick to respond to messages and always there to help if needed. If you are looking for a relaxing few days we highly recommend a stay in the Wooly Sheep Shepherds Hut in the most beautiful country setting! Thanks for having us!