ALL DOGS ARE MORE THAN WELCOME
HOLIDAY COTTAGES BETWEEN THE MOUNTAINS AND THE COAST
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR PETS!
Cwt Cwtshlyd (Hygge Hut)
About the Hygge Hut
£338-£780 for 7 Nights
An Escape for Two in the Undiscovered Cambrian Mountains.
Just arrive, relax and unwind whilst you explore this beautiful little escape which provides everything we think you might possibly wish for when on a self-catering holiday. The Hygge Hut warmly welcomes you, along with your pets, to the peace and tranquility of the beautiful Welsh countryside where song birds chirp, red kites soar overhead, sheep and cows graze in the adjacent pastures, the sea beckons to the west, and the mountains rise in every other direction.
The Hygge Hut sits alone in its very own two–acre meadow, in which you and your dogs can romp to your hearts' content. Beyond are several more acres of pasture and a pretty bluebell copse adjoining a rambling stream.
The interior always surprises with its unexpected space and high ceiling. (There are inevitable TARDIS references, and although it can seem like a world of your own, we cannot purport to actual time travel.)
There is a flight of steps up to the Hygge Hut, so elevated views of the mountains and valley are to be had of out of the windows on either side and the top-opening stable door. The dark skies allow amazing celestial panoramas on clear nights.
If you bring your dogs on holiday with you, they will be made as welcome as you are! Maps are provided to guide you through beautiful dog-friendly walks with no need to get in the car.
Up to three dogs of any breed are more than welcome, and there are never any additional pet charges. If your cats enjoy a holiday, you should, by all means, bring them along as well.
Your welcome pack will include Welsh bread, butter, and milk, tea, freshly ground coffee and hot chocolate for perfect hygge.
The Hygge Hut is a replica of an early 20th-century living van, with an aura of the original. The primary use of living vans was as lodging for road-mending crews whilst building highways. Living vans are much larger than shepherds' huts, and their wheels are much more substantial, and mounted under the van to withstand being pulled on rough roads. If you've been to steam rallies, you might have admired them being displayed along with their companion Steam Rollers and Traction Engines!