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Hawthorn Hut

(Ref. 1111776)

Llangurig, Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Broadband / WiFi

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10 Customer Reviews

  • "Absolutely lovely hut, amazing hot tub and very generous with providing more than enough wood for the hot tub and the fire inside (not that we needed to use it) it was great to be able to park right next to the hut as well, which made for easy loading and unloading."

    The owner was very kind by helping one of our colleagues decorate the hut for us with gifts as we were on our honeymoon. The owner came to say hello and check we were okay which was so very nice of her. Lovely views and a beautiful sunset of an evening, which was enjoyed in the hot tub! The only downfall we can think of is the road right next to the hut was a bit noisy at times and we struggled to sleep on the first night but was easy to get around with some background noise. All in all we would 100% stay again and loved our adventure!

    Reviewed by Joshua4.7Jul 2023

  • "The surroundings are absolutely beautiful and the hut its self is very nice, small but everything you need."

    We was very disappointed that we weren't able to use the hot tub unless we brought a very large amount of wood. This property was booked based of the hot tub ,we tried to get it but it was virtually impossible without chopping down a forest. This information should be stated.

    Reviewed by Stevie3.1Mar 2023

  • "Everything was as expected and lovely."

    Only issue was heating up the hot tub was almost impossible in the snow. Temp was -5 though. Didn’t ruin the Holliday and I’d definitely recommend a summer stay. Cheers!

    Reviewed by Joseff4.7Mar 2023

  • "Absolutely lovely property, such a hidden comfort with amazing views."

    The cabin was cozy but had all the essentials for a short stay. Not to far from ships and some lovely cafes and bars.

    Reviewed by Dean5.0Feb 2023

  • "Lovely clean property with all facilities adequate and as per described."

    Great location

    Reviewed by Michael5.0Feb 2023

  • "Had an amazing time at hawthorn hut."

    Hubby an I took some well deserved time away. Would definitely recommend here a little piece of heaven x veiw is amazing an ideal if you wanted to take days out.

    Reviewed by Emma4.4Nov 2022

  • "Fantastic stay in a great location to pub great to have your own space very ..."

    Fantastic stay in a great location to pub great to have your own space very relaxing for me and my wife weather was great for time of year Nice little gem there first time glamping top marks

    Reviewed by Robert4.4Nov 2022

  • "My husband, dog and I had a great time staying here."

    It was difficult to find the place, but once calling our host, we got there. The cabin was clean and very snug, but equiped with all that we needed for a short, 2 night stay. The woodfire in the cabin was great,. Unfortunately, the hot tub wasn't working, however we were told about this the day before, and received the option of a partial refund, or for someone to look for another property for us. We have a small dog, so it was a fine size cabin for us, but I think with a larger dog we would have struggleled. The bathroom is very small, and with my husband being over 6ft tall, he struggeled to close the door while sitting on the toilet. The bed was bigger than we are used to, so we managed to squeeze the dog onto it, which was good, as there wasn't much space to put his crate or bed in the cabin. The area nearby is lovely and very scenic, and full of sheep. There is a lovely tea room in the village, however, they were not quite sticking to their opening times, but we managed to get some lovely breakfast there once. We managed to do some lovely walking and sight seeing, and found a few great places to eat within 30 minute drive. Overall, we had a great time, and will be back to Wales.

    Reviewed by Dora4.4Oct 2022

  • "The Hut was a really good experience."

    It was as expected. The host was lovely when we met and very informative about the area and places to visit. We were fortunate with the weather and that allowed us to make the best use of the decking and Hot Tub (large supply of Wood was provided) We took our Cocker Spaniel with us and the area around the Hut was a very safe and secure area for a dog. The only little criticism would be: 1. Although the Shower area was good, the positioning of the Toilet and size of Cubicle, could be very awkward for certain sized people. 2. The Comfy Chairs (as seen in the advertised Photos) had been replaced by more of a Dining Chair style. These weren't the most comfortable to sit and relax on. One final area of Feedback and this is a general point, nothing to do with the Holiday Hut. But for Dog Owners that may book, The Local Pub (that is advertised heavily in Holiday Info) did not allow Dogs.

    Reviewed by Graham4.1Aug 2022

  • "As much as we enjoyed our stay, which was really because the weather was good."

    We actually stay outside the whole 2days we were there. Inside was very small, with a tiny sink in kitchen, toilet was very uncomfortable due to lack of space around it. Shower was tiny with old shower curtain and a shower screen, far too much going on in tiny space. No cooker, limited TV, very poor signal. Not sure if water in tub is cleaned? But too be honest it was a glamping experience more than a cottage break, so bear that in mind. We had a fantastic time and so did our German Sheperd Troy. Just being honest so you know where to improve the standards of your beautiful holiday let.

    Reviewed by Suky2.5Aug 2022

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  • Single-storey
  • Studio-style layout with super-king-size bed, kitchen and sitting area with woodburning stove
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, and WC
  • Electric panel heater with woodburning stove
  • Single electric portable hob, microwave, fridge with ice box
  • Smart TV, WiFi
  • Fuel, power, and starter pack for woodburning stove and hot tub inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Enclosed wrap-around garden with lawn, decked veranda, furniture, barbecue, and wood-fired hot tub
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 0.4 miles
  • Note: There are steps up to the property
  • Note: The hut is located near the owner's farm

The property

Situated in the heart of Llangurig, a scenic countryside village in Powys, is this rustic, single-storey shepherds hut, Hawthorn Hut.

Encompassed by panoramic views, of rolling hills and luscious fields, set within a rural and peaceful part of Mid Wales, whilst boasting a wood-fired hot tub, enclosed garden, plush super-king-size bed, and a woodburning stove, a romantic retreat awaits a couple at Hawthorn Hut; two guests and one well-behaved dog are welcome.

Enjoy the tranquillity of your new abode, set within a wrap-around garden, featuring outdoor seating, perfect for alfresco dining, a private hot tub, and a barbecue, helping you truly relax and feel at one with nature.

To the interior of Hawthorn Hut, you'll find a studio-style layout, home to a compact kitchen, a walk-in shower room, an inviting sitting area, perfect for streaming your favourite series, and a bedroom, providing everything that you need for a self-catering stay.

Dine, cheers, unwind and truly make some memories in Powys with your loved one.

Travelling into Llangurig, enjoy an evening meal at the Bluebell Inn, or perhaps a coffee and slice of cake after your adventures, in The Village Tea Room; you'll also find a local Post Office to stock up on the essentials.

An abundance of walking routes and beauty hot spots surround your abode, including Gilfach Nature Reserve, Devil's Bridge Falls, set amongst the Cambrian Mountains, and The Magic of Life Butterfly House, an indoor retreat for exotic insects.

Rhayader Waterfall and Caban Coch Dam are musts for avid walkers, offering pet-friendly walking routes, displaying picturesque views of Mid Wales, whilst the award-winning Falconry Experience is a short car ride away, offering immersive and educational sessions with a wide range of birds.

The National Cycle Museum, in Llandrindod Wells is a popular attraction for cycling buffs, whilst Rock Park and Zip World Cravens are recommended for thrill-seeking guests, where you can hike across 12 acres of sloped terrain, or travel underground through various nooks, whilst zipping across the backdrop of the Welsh countryside.

Enjoy a romantic adventure to Powys by booking Hawthorn Hut.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location


Llandrindod Wells 18.9 miles; 25.4 miles; Bishop's Castle 35 miles

Sitting amongst the scenic River Wye, in the heart of the Welsh countryside, you can find the charming village and community of Llangurig. A modest village in Montgomeryshire, you can find the wonderful amenities of a Post Office with a general store, tea rooms, and two inns serving real ale and delicious dining experiences. As well as its fantastic scatter of amenities catering to all tastes, the village benefits from the attractions of both the National Cycle Route 8 running through it, making it an extremely desirable spot for the avid cyclist with the route extending from Cardiff to Holyhead, it makes a wonderful way to experience the stunning scenery of Wales. The second attraction in the village is the beautiful Wye Valley Walk, also letting you soak in the beauty of the area, here you can enjoy a picnic amongst the tranquil waters of the river, with 17 enticing sections to explore. The village also benefits from two chapels and the wonder of its Grade II* listed parish church, boasting splendour around every corner, as well as holding the annual agricultural show and sheepdog trials; there's so much to be seen here. Venture out to discover the excitement of Llandrindod Wells, here you can find wonderful shopping experiences accompanied by a wider selection of eateries, as well as the National Cycle Museum and the Radnorshire Museum, both offering their own unique day out, perfect for all ages. The town also hosts the delight of Rock Park, the site of the earliest spa development, as well as a wonderful lake to explore where you can watch wildlife and enjoy a picnic in the summer months for a fantastic family day out. Enjoy a day out at the coast of Aberystwyth, with its beautiful beach and picturesque pier being well-worth exploring, or venture into the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for an outdoor experience like no other.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas