• Exclusive and Rustic

    Stay In our Luxurious Shephards Hut £65 Per night All Year Round.

    Dogs welcome

     

shepherdshideaway-hereford.com

Whatever the reason for your visit, you are guaranteed a very warm welcome from your hosts Sam and Emily and their son Alfie, along with their three dogs, cats, hens, horses, sheep and pigs!!. If you want to relax and unwind in cosy and quaint accommodation surrounded by beautiful countryside, then the shepherd’s hideaway is the place for you.

Herefordshire Unspoilt Landscape

Enjoy beautiful sunsets & far reaching views to the Black Mountains and Pen-y-Fan, the highest point in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The Shepherds hideaway is a beautifully crafted Shepherd’s Hut furnished to the highest standard with beautiful shabby chic styling. Nestled under a cherry tree in a secluded corner of a field, with no other guests around you, just uninterrupted views of the fields, Aconbury Woods and the sound of the wildlife and farm animals. If you are looking for total relaxation or a romantic stay, then this unique accommodation will not disappoint.

The Shepherds Hideaway Experience

Features and Comforts

Luxurious Accommodation

“Stay warm and cosy in our beautifully furnished shepherds hut” Sleeps 2, Double Bed.

£65/night All year Round - Minimum of 2 Nights Stay

Secure Private Garden

” Relax and enjoy the spectacular views”

£65/night All year Round - Minimum of 2 Nights Stay

Rustic WC and Summer-House

“An extra space to store your muddy wellies and coats after a country walk!”

£65/night All year Round - Minimum of 2 Nights Stay

Exclusive Wet Room

“Modern wet room with sink,flushing toilet and toiletries provided”

£65/night All year Round - Minimum of 2 Nights Stay

Local Attractions and Places to Eat

“Discover the delights that the surrounding area has to offer.
From market towns to adventure activities “

£65/night All year Round - Minimum of 2 Nights Stay

Gallery

“Come in and enjoy our gallery”

£65/night All year Round - Minimum of 2 Nights Stay

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Enjoy beautiful sunsets & far reaching views to the Black Mountains and Pen-y-Fan, the highest point in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

How to Find Us

Shepherds hideaway is set back from the A49 approximately halfway between Ross  and Hereford .
From Wales – M4 to Newport, then A449 though Monmouth to Ross on Wye, then left on A49 to Hereford. Go through the village of Much Birch and take the turning on your right signposted “Aconbury”. Drive up this road for approx 300   yards and shepherds hideaway will be on the right.

From Midlands – M50 to Ross on Wye, turn right at 3rd roundabout on A49 to Hereford Go through the village of Much Birch and take the turning on your right signposted “Aconbury”. Drive up this road for approx 300  yards and shepherds hideaway will be on the right.

From London – M4 to M48, over “Old Severn Bridge”, turn off fo Chepstow, then follow A466 to Monmouth. Turn right on A 40 towards Ross on Wye then turn left at A49 roundabout to Hereford. Go through the village of Much Birch and take the turning on your right signposted “Aconbury”. Drive up this road for approx 300  yards and shepherds hideaway will be on the right.

Guest Reviews

"Truly amazing location, The log carved chairs and BBQ were a great way to spend our evenings with views of the surrounding countryside" Karen, Bristol
Karen, BristolSatisfied Customer
" Loved our stay at Shepherds Hideaway. Very relaxing and peaceful. Brilliant location with lots to do within easy reach" Nicki, Somerset.
Nicki, Somerset.Relaxed Customer