Best Shepherd’s hut we’ve stayed in. Outstandingly presented with personal welcome. Situated in a private field with beautiful views.
Highly recommended for a quiet, romantic weekend getaway!
Myself and my partner stayed at Cut Sinc on Monday and Tuesday night. Such a beautiful place and we were warmly welcomed by Andy. When we walked into our sheperds hut we found beautiful homemade mince pies which was a lovely touch. Loved that there was no signal and was just what we needed!! We will definitely be back and will recommend to family and friends. Thank you.
As soon as we opened the door we knew we would love it. Cream, jam and fresh scones awaited our arrival. Every last detail in the hut has been carefully created so much effort. Even during storm Aileen we were so busy toasting crumpets we hardly noticed that it was very wet and windy outside. We were snug and warm. It was lovely for walking our dog Harley up the quiet lane and the decking and bbq were perfect. Sioned and her family made us feel very welcome we would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone. Thank you so much for having us. Xxx
My husband and I, along with Reggie the cockerpoo, have recently returned from a three night stay at Cut Bech, which I believe is Sioned's and Andy's newest hut.
The accommodation is nestled amongst lovely farmland with sheep and cattle grazing nearby and a tinkling stream right next to the property. The setting is beautiful with country walks on the doorstep.
There were some lovely touches on arrival, such as delicious home-made cake, a generous starter-pack of logs for the wood-burner, and jars full of tea and coffee.
The hut itself is beautifully decorated with high-quality finishes, and the space has been very well thought out, with room for luggage and even a small wardrobe. Thick fluffy towels are supplied for guests and the bed is ultra-comfy with beautiful quality linen. The wood-burner is excellent for chilly evenings, ensuring the whole place is toasty in a short time.
The hut opens onto a pretty decked area, very secure for our dog, and is a lovely spot to take in the views with a glass of wine while listening to the stream and the local wildlife.
The market town of Machynlleth is a short drive away and has some interesting shops, as well as some good pubs and cafes.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Cut Bech to anyone seeking peace and relaxation in rural Wales, and we'd love to return ourselves.
This is a really lovely Shepherds Hut set in a farm/rural location. The hut itself is brand new, and is spotless.
Highlights for us were the wood burning stove with built-in oven; nice double french doors so you could sit inside and enjoy the view and a really comfortable bed.
Hosts Sioned and Andy (and their family) are lovely and kept us topped up with cake on arrival and on the second day.
Would definitely recommend.