We call the middle hut "Teulu" which is Welsh for family. Our middle hut is a communal hut. By that we mean that it is intended for use by both Nain and Taid hut guests. It is an oak built chassis hut which is accessed by two wooden steps from the field with a further three steps up from decking into the actual hut.
Outside on the decking is the perfect vantage point to catch the wonderful sunsets and enjoy being in the middle of a field with the luxury of a few home comforts. You could watch your children play in the safety of an enclosed field. And enjoy a home cooked meal and your favourite drink . And in summer to enjoy a barbecue and a nice cold beverage.
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 keep the chill at bay and still enjoy the feeling of being in the middle of a field!.
The hut has a gas real flame fire which is mounted on the right hand wall. And a TV with Freeview on the back wall. There is a leather sofa with cushions and throws.
The kitchen end has an LPG gas cooker with 4 burners and a gas oven. There is also a toaster, kettle and filter coffee machine. In the cupboards you will find a George Foreman grill. The kitchen area is well stocked with utensils, crockery, glasses and cookware.
There are two dining tables,currently pushed together, and seating for 4 persons with a further 2 foldaway chairs at the side of the leather sofa.
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 !.
"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!"