We call the extended living area hut "Teulu" which is Welsh for family. Our Teulu utility hut is an extended living space.
"Teulu" living space, is available for either Nain or Taid hut as a chargeable extra.
It is an oak built hut chassis resting on concrete blocks, which is accessed by two wooden steps from the field
Inside the hut, is very well insulated and retains the heat. You can leave the doors open in summer to let the outside in and in winter you can have the heating on and still enjoy the feeling of being in the middle of a field!.
The hut has an electric cooker, dishwasher, washer/dryer, coffee machine, kettle, toaster, TV with FreeView, table and 4 chairs and worktop/bar area with two bar stools.
The kitchen area is well stocked with utensils, crockery, glasses and cookware.
Extended living space hut
Panoramic view of Teulu hut
Teulu left hand view
Teulu looking to the left
View from Teulu window
Close up view from Teulu window
The perfect place for a sundowner...
Sit back and relax. Tune in to nature. Listen to the birds, the wild life and the farm animals in the neighbouring fields. Ponder on the slate stones in their silent stature. Guardians of the meadow !.
Making magical family memories
What our guests are saying
"Our family had a wonderful stay at Cwtch@Hafod summer 2021. We stayed in Nain Hut, which was perfect for our family of four. The kids loved the funky bunk beds! The additional access to Teulu hut as a general living space made our stay even more comfortable and enjoyable. The location was perfect, with many beautiful countryside and coastal walks just minutes away. Gaynor (and the horses) were terrific hosts!" Andrew from Leeds
"Honoured to be the first guests to stay here - fantastic location and absolutely lovely huts; the welcome basket was very much appreciated too!"
Mrs Sam Hendry
"Beautiful, tranquil and very special place. Will be back and back and back again!
Perfect retreat, thank you x"
"Perfect romantic getaway, loved being in the middle of a field! Enjoyed the dress up zebras (horses) grazing. So tranquil and peaceful, will definitely be back!"