The Yurt Hideaway

The Welsh Farm, Llanllawddog, Rural Carmarthenshire

Situated in private woodland on a farm in West Wales, The Yurt Hideaway, Llanllawddog is a totally exclusive romantic glamping retreat.

With room for two (and a well behaved dog) you can enjoy peace and tranquility to your heart's content. With its own wood burner, hot tub and private Shepherd's hut bathroom, you get to experience nature at its most luxurious. And, as its open all year round, you can choose from dozing in the dappled summer sunshine to cosying up in front of the wood burning stove - either way it promises to be a rather idyllic getaway.

Head down your own private pathway to discover your encampment, beautifully positioned in a glade within a beech, ash and oak wood. With your own private woodland plot you're guaranteed a tranquil stay, so make yourself at home.

Inside the yurt there's all you need for a comfortable stay, with a fully equipped kitchen, wood burning stove and a bijou dining area for two. The beautiful handcrafted oak king size bed is handsomely made up with cosy bed linen and Welsh woollen blankets. The attention to detail really sets this yurt apart - with its gorgeous wooden floor, repurposed furniture and stylish natural textiles. The owners even provide cosy dressing gowns, towels and unlimited firewood.

The fully-equipped kitchen area is small but perfectly formed. All the expected items are there, from pots and pans to crockery. It's the unexpected that makes it all the more delightful - from a Belfast sink, integrated double hob and fridge to hot and cold running water. The yurt is also fully serviced by electricity, so there will be no need for candlelit evenings - unless you decide on one with dinner of course.

The outside area is just as stunning with an electric hot-tub, large fire pit area and pizza oven. So, whether you decide on champagne in the hot tub, al-fresco dinner for two or a spot of late-night marshmallow toasting, there's plenty to keep the romance going. The cherry on the top has to be the solar-powered shepherd's hut bathroom that comes complete with a Riven slate floor, oak barrel toilet and large walk-in shower.

The hot tub is tucked just behind the cabin over looking the valley. It is yours and yours only for your stay. Its beautiful cedar clad sides and eco tick-over make it the perfect star gazing accompaniment to your stay - whatever the weather!

One of the best things about staying at The Yurt Hideaway is knowing that every booking helps to support the incredible work of the Fisherman's Rest Charity, an education non-profit in Malawi which the owners work closely with. For more information, visit www.fromwales.com or speak to your hosts.
The Yurt Hideaway, Llanllawddog is tucked away in the corner of a Welsh farm. It provides a private site for you to escape from the rush of life.

You'd be totally forgiven for not wanting to leave your own little slice of heaven, but if exploring does peak your interest then there's plenty to do in the local area - starting with plentiful walks from the door (the owners have very helpfully provided information on the best ones!). Located wonderfully between Pembrokeshire's stunning coastline and Carmarthenshire's castles, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to day trips. And for those wanting a great day out by the sea, you'd be hard pushed to better Tenby - with its pretty pastel houses, medieval streets and plentiful pubs, it's an absolute must.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Dog Friendly
  • Hot Tub
  • Parking


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