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Shepherds Hut - The Crook

(Ref. 993729)

Rosemarket near Neyland, South Wales & Pembrokeshire Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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  • great (6)
  • lovely (6)
  • stay (5)
  • little (5)
  • our (5)
  • quiet (5)

13 Customer Reviews

  • "Very quiet site close to a pub."

    Comfortable and clean with all the facilities and equipment needed. The hut is surprisingly roomy inside. The hot plates are extremely slow and a low-wattage kettle would be a better option for making hot drinks. The stools are rather hard and heavy. Some of the lanes near the property are very narrow, and extra care is needed if driving a larger vehicle. But, overall, a lovely place to stay.

    Reviewed by JohnAug 2023

  • "We loved staying here."

    The hut had everything we needed and was in kept perfect condition and was very clean. The setting was lovely and quiet and the alpacas really made our stay. We would definitely stay here again, it was perfect for a quiet, cosy getaway. Thank you so much for hosting us!

    Reviewed by RachaelJul 2023

  • "Property advertised as big enough for 2 adults and 2 dogs that is most definitely not the case and our dogs are small."

    Good job we hadn't taken a cat as there was definitely no room to swing it. The electric rings would barely heat up and after about 20mins we still didn't have a boiled kettle. We ended up borrowing a camping stove from our daughter to cook on. We also ended up leaving on Monday instead of friday as we couldn't cope with the claustrophobia any longer. It feels as though the huts potential was misrepresented and that a partial refund should be considered

    If there was a problem with the Hob then we question why we were not asked if they were being used correctly. Checked the both out and boiling water not a problem. Very disturbed that they used a borrowed gas appliance at the Hut without asking permissions. Had this caused a fire they would not have been covered by insurance. Size of the Hut, not big enough to swing a cat .photos show the limitations within the Hut. Property Owner

    Reviewed by BarbaraSep 2022

  • "It was an amazing little hut!"

    Bear loved the alpacas and it was very warm and clean. Everything was provided that we needed and Owen was so kind to.let us bath bear our gsd after a good swim in the sea at tenby. It was so quiet at night you could hear a pin drop and the stars were lovely to look at, at night. Overall an amazing little hut and we would go again for definite.

    Reviewed by KirstieSep 2022

  • "Lovely setting, extremely well appointed, fantastic for a few nights and ..."

    Lovely setting, extremely well appointed, fantastic for a few nights and convenient for both south and west Pembrokeshire

    Reviewed by TimAug 2022

  • "It was a very nice setting with the alpacas in the field next to us , the fridge had broken before we arrived but Owen the owner had rang me to say we could use the fridge / freezer in the laundry block , the shower was great , the bed was comfortable , the local pub around the corner was nice with pleasant staff , we really enjoyed our stay ."

    Reviewed by StephenAug 2022

  • "Fabulous spot quiet location, Lama’s in field, friendly locals and barmaids in pub 100yards away just a little further is a cycle path that goes to the dock great dog walk , shopping 30 minutes drive for everything you may need !"

    , Booking easy and very helpful polite and enthusiastic staff on phones made a last minute stay most enjoyable, Geoff .

    Reviewed by GeoffreyJun 2022

  • "It was the perfect little getaway for my boyfriend and I."

    We loved the alpacas, the bee hives and the pub around the corner. It was a great location for use to go on day trips around Pembrokeshire and I have already recommended to friends and family :) thank you so much!

    Reviewed by AmberAug 2021

  • "Quiet, comfortable and lovely surroundings."

    Sleeping area may not suit everyone clambering over one another to get out of bed. Boiling kettle on hot plates took ages…used microwave instead. WiFi rather hit or miss. Interesting ring Ford right next to hut to take dog for walk. Excellent base for trips in the surroundings. Loved it ! Emlyn, Yvonne and Bonnie the black labrador

    Reviewed by YvonneJun 2021

  • "We didn’t really know what to expect and first impressions were ok ."

    Then I put the kettle on for a cuppa only to find I had to scrub the mugs and they were stained from previous use . The bed was comfy but and a big but when we removed the bedding we could see the mattress was dirty and stained and I couldn’t spend Another night in there . The owner was welcoming .

    Reviewed by ElaineMay 2021

  • "A great little getaway thank you"

    Reviewed by ShayneApr 2021

  • "Great location for exploring Pemrokeshire."

    Lovely place. Friendly owner. Higher recommended, quirky accomadation.

    Reviewed by MichaelSep 2020

  • "Just one great improvement would be to remove the little glass shelf over the wash basin, as it makes it very difficult to clean your teath."

    Our stay was a very pleasant experience.

    Reviewed by MelJul 2020

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  • One bedroom: 1 x double within studio-style shepherds hut, with en-suite shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/dining space with woodburning stove.
  • Electric heating and woodburning stove
  • Electric hob, microwave, fridge, shared washing machine, TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking
  • Shared garden with lawn
  • Two well-behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop within 1.6 miles and pub 50m.

The property

Neyland 2.5 miles.

In the Pembrokeshire countryside, surrounded by green fields, and part of a group of holiday homes, is Shepherds Hut, The Crook.

Built for two people to enjoy in close company, perfect for a romantic break, this little hut will provide you with all you need to enjoy your time in the hamlet of Rosemarket.

Get well rested in the double bed before waking up to start your day, begin making breakfast on the hob while your other half wakes up with a coffee in bed, throw some logs on the woodburning stove, and then sit on the cleverly designed old tractor seat stools at the breakfast bar and tuck into your food - you'll need the energy for all the walking!

The en-suite shower lies at one end of the hut containing a shower, basin and WC, while there are shared utilities on site such as a washing machine.

Rosemarket is within easy reach of the larger towns of Milford Haven and Neyland, so a short drive will bring you more options for cuisine, shopping and attractions.

The Crook will be your own little world away for the week.

Note: Property can be booked with Refs. 993724, 993726, 993727, 993728, 997061, 997062, together they can sleep 29 guests.

Please note: This property has £200 good house keeping bond

Church View Cottages

Church View Cottages – – Central to the impressive rolling Pembrokeshire Countryside is the quaint historic village of Rosemarket where you will find a beautiful set of traditional cottages bursting with character, in an excellent location for exploring the delights of Pembrokeshire. Perfectly suited for the lone traveller, couples and families and mixed groups for family get togethers, holidays or short braeks. These Welsh stone barns have been lovingly converted by their owner to provide well sized rooms and modern facilities, whilst retaining their classic charm and period features such as wood burning stoves for a cosy night in, wood flooring and exposed beams. Additional accommodation has recently been added with two self-contained traditional Shepherd Huts and a Timber Lodge. Rosemarket is home to a village pub serving local ales and produce and a 9 hole golf course. The village is steeped in history with a Grade 2 listed limestone Church adjacent to the Cottages, a medieval Dovecote and an Iron Age settlement “The Rosemarket Rings” lying within the grounds of Church View. The cottages are situated on the owners smallholding, which is home to chickens, ducks, geese, and even a train of alpacas! Delicious honey produced by the Church View bees can be obtained along with an extensive variety of homegrown vegetables (when is season) all grown on site. If you do manage to venture away from the charms of Church View, there is access to the ‘Brunel cycle and walking path’ directly from the property and the world famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a mere 4 miles away at Llanstadwell. 10 minutes drive is the Historic harbour town of Milford Haven, “one of the finest natural waterways” in the words of Lord Nelson. Around the recently redeveloped harbour you can enjoy a coffee or delicious meal in one of the many eateries or browse the wonderful craft shops. Travelling west past the Town of Milford Haven, you can discover the “picture postcard” coves and cliffs of Sandy Haven, Dale and Marloes Sands. Be sure to take a boat trip to Skomer Island to spot the abundance of seals, puffins and over 22,000 bird species. Pembroke is approximately 10 minutes away where the renowned Pembroke Castle can be found, one of the many ancient castles and fortresses that can be found in Pembrokeshire, often known as the County of Castles. For a family day out visit Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo or enjoy the rides at Oakwood Theme Park and the fantastic Blue Lagoon swimming pool. Adrenalin lovers can pay a visit to nearby Newgale Beach to sample its rolling surf or go coasteering around the beautiful coastline. The picturesque towns of Tenby, St Davids and Haverfordwest are all within easy travelling distance of the cottages and are a must see for visitors. Church View Cottages provide a fantastic base, centrally located to explore this magnificent county and all that is has to offer.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.

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About the location


Pembroke 5 miles.

The small town of Neyland is situated just off the Cleddau Estuary in the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire. Home to a fabulous marina this rural town provides a choice of pubs and a handful of shops, while excellent walks and the Brunel Cycle Trail pass nearby. Cross the stunning Cleddau Bridge to Pembroke Dock, renowned for its shipbuilding during the World Wars and home to a fabulous museum, converted from a former fort. Visit the fabulous town of Pembroke, dominated by an imposing 13th century castle renowned as the birthplace of Henry Tudor. Follow the pretty coastal walks that wind their way through the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline, boasting many wonderful, stunning beaches. Take a short drive to the bustling town of Haverfordwest with its selection of shops, inviting tea rooms and superb seafood restaurants. Discover the unique city of St Davids, the smallest city in the British Isles and a shrine to the patron saint of Wales, where you can enjoy a superb boat trip and observe fascinating marine life. A perfect base for a family holiday.

Please note: This property has £200 good house keeping bond

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas