Friday 12 June 2015 The Huts in the Hills, Llanigon, Hereford, Powys
In a woodland clearing in the Black Mountains, a collection of shepherd huts provide off-grid accommodation for small groups of adventurous travellers.
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The huts have been designed to have minimal environmental impact. They offer warmth and comfort in a remote setting below Hay Bluff for groups of up to eight people.
From this hideaway beside Digedi Brook, explore the Brecon Beacons National Park on foot, bike or horseback.
The Huts in the Hills sleep up to eight people. 
Bookings are for a minimum of three huts + the communal hut, and for a minimum of three nights.
The huts are in a woodland clearing at the lower end of Cae Marchog farm, home to The House in the Hills, hidden from view beside Digedi Book. Hay Bluff rises up on one side and the Twmpa (Lord Hereford’s Knob) on the other. The dramatic Gospel Pass and Offa’s Dyke wind through the Black Mountains above the huts.
The market town of Hay-on-Wye, known for its bookshops and literary festival, is less than five miles away.
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