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Shepherds Hut in sheltered valley and path to cove

SuperhostSt.Davids, Storbritannien
Shepherd's hut med värden Elizabeth
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The Shepherds Hut is perched on the edge of a National Trust wooded valley running down to the sea. Follow a path beside a pretty brook, mill ponds, derelict mill and out into the cove. The perfect spot to soak up the beauty and nature around you. The sheltered south facing cove must be one of the most interesting to swim in and explore with a small waterfall to swim under into a shallow cave, a natural diving pool and lots of pillars of dark rock to swim between, riding on the wave surges.

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I have long dreamed of creating a hut in this location to take advantage of its hidden character. yet still feeling raised up above the valley with lovely views. A bit like being in an observation tower but not exposed because of the trees. It feels a bit like an eagles eerie to me.
The Hut is well insulated and heated with log burner and a heated towel rail. Cooking can done on the wood burner or a single induction hob. There is also an oven/grill combi microwave. There is a good sized fridge with a freezer box.
The corner sofa opens into a good sized double bed (my daughter boyfriend is 6'4'' and he was delighted that he fitted comfortably)
The compact shower room has an ecotoilet ( seperates the solids from liquids), shower and washbasin with ample hot water.
Outside you can relax in 2 hammock chairs or sit on the bench and just enjoy watching the butterflies and birds around you in the trees from your birds eye view.
Other properties available are the Farmhouse sleeping 6: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/12358861
and The Tree House sleeping 4 https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2847200

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You have private access to The Shepherds Hut. Down from the shared parking area infront of the Pink House (another listing) there are steps carved out of the bank to a small terraced area and The Hut.

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The hut is situated on the side of the valley - care is needed walking down the steps from the car park. Access is not suitable for anyone with mobility difficulties. The view is elevated over the valley so once again be aware of the need for careful attention because of steep slopes.
The Shepherds Hut is perched on the edge of a National Trust wooded valley running down to the sea. Follow a path beside a pretty brook, mill ponds, derelict mill and out into the cove. The perfect spot to soak up the beauty and nature around you. The sheltered south facing cove must be one of the most interesting to swim in and explore with a small waterfall to swim under into a shallow cave, a natural diving pool and lots of pillars of dark rock to swim between, riding on the wave surges.

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I have long dreamed of creating a hut in this location to take advantage of its hidden character. ye…

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St.Davids, Storbritannien

We are in a rural position, the nearest shop is in Solva 4mins away by car of 20mins walking across the fields.
Guide Book for The Pink House/Tree House and Shepherds Hut:-
This is by no means an exhaustive list of the places I love to visit or eat and drink in:
Solva:
Mam gu – Amazing Welsh cakes baked on the premises. Lots of different flavours as well as the traditional version. Based on a recipe passed down in the owners family. Also lovely coffee and a variety of herbal teas as well as food.
The Lavender Café in Raoul Speeks Gallery. Eat delicious homemade cakes and drinks surrounded by art and Heather’s photo’s. Strong Cuban influence infused with Welsh flavours.
Back coast road between St Davids and Croesgoch near Berea.
Perennial Garden and Café SA62 6DB – Newly opened and my very favourite place at the moment. Very interesting range of coffees and teas. My daughter had coffee from Lake Atitlan in Guatamala (having swum in this sacred lake on her Gap Year) and I had Earl Grey with Blue Flowers. The tasty sandwiches came with organic salad. You can also buy bags of salad and the most beautiful bunches of flowers. I’ve decided to cycle across the Dowrog Common to get there next time I visit.
The Druidstone SA62 3NE
I have always loved “The Dru” as it is affectionately known. A hotel set on cliffs overlooking St Brides Bay. The beach below is accessed down a steep winding path with the best rock pools for blennies we’ve found. Eat in the posh restaurant and watch the sunset or in the cellar bar where you can choose to sit outside on the terrace or in the walled garden. Full of art work and host for various music and drama events.

Porthgain
Interesting walks through fascinating industrial architecture and coastal walks where you hear and catch sight of Grey Atlantic seal pups with their mothers.
Here you can visit the Sloop Pub which has a great outdoor sun trap of a terrace. Watch your children playing on the green as you relax and catch the last rays of the setting sun. Or get fish and chips from The Shed – a restaurant that specialises in local freshly caught fish.

Nearby is The Blue Lagoon. Enjoy cliff jumping here, the site of the Red Bull championships. Learn how to jump safely first please – google it! My sons friend dislocated both his shoulders by not taking due care.


Llys Meddyg - Newport
Well worth the 45min trip up the coast for an outstanding meal in the restaurant or cellar bar or outside in the garden. Children and dog friendly. Great art and ceramics. I am bias of course because my daughter Louise and her husband Ed own the hotel and restaurant / Ceramics by Adam Buick (son-in-law)/Art by a selection of the best artists in Pembrokeshire.
While you are there visit The Witches Cauldron, an extraordinary geological feature On a calm day swim through the caves and arches at low tide.
And of course visit Whitesands Bay – café and amenities have not spoilt the natural beauty of this wonderful beach. Watc the local surfers zoom down to the beach when they hear the surfs up.
I love the walk to St Davids Head from Whitesands. If you’re feeling energetic walk around Carnliddi or up and over the top. See if you can spot the cromlechs that are littered around – a slight exaggeration!

On our little hand written map , where Wrecks are written check out this story on google. The 3 tugs were shipwrecked in 1981 the year before we moved here. My children loved playing on them and its well worth a scramble down the well worn (though not obvious) cliff path to see how the beach is strewn with tortured metal from the tugs.

Talking about which- in the inaccessible cove beyond Elephants Head (written about by a travel writer in the 50’s as a place that tourists will flock to in the future like they do to Wookey Hole in The Cheddar Gorge) you may spy smugglers steps hewn into the promontory on the Solva side – my children tell me now how they used to climb down them (my blood runs cold at the thought)!!

And before I finish this weeney guide book – I want to tell you how I told my daughter off for exaggerating when she said that the sea was really warm in the cove. I had to apologise because I was astonished to find that it was – and I am a real coldy custard. Because the south facing cove has pillars of black rock that get warmed during the day if the tide’s out, they act like storage radiators and warm the water significantly when the tide comes in at the end of the afternoon. (you’ve got to get the conditions just right though)

I hope this gives you a taste of this lovely area and what it has to offer. Please let us know in the guest book what you have enjoyed during your stay here.
We are in a rural position, the nearest shop is in Solva 4mins away by car of 20mins walking across the fields.
Guide Book for The Pink House/Tree House and Shepherds Hut:-
This is by no means an exh…

St David's Cathedral
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Newgale Beach
6.8 km
Sloop Inn
8.3 km
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
10.7 km

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Blev medlem april 2014
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Peter, my late husband and Imoved here 30yrs ago to run a gallery and bring up our family in this beautiful location. I loved making my morning coffee and wandering along the coast path only minutes from our home, sipping it as I walked. I now teach mindfulness in schools and to adults in our community.
Peter, my late husband and Imoved here 30yrs ago to run a gallery and bring up our family in this beautiful location. I loved making my morning coffee and wandering along the coast…
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We set the Shepherds up so that guests can self - check in. I keep an eye out for you and come and say hello and see if you need anything. Otherwise we leave you to relax and enjoy your stay.
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