Hafan cabin, deck
Hafan set in wildflower meadow
Hafan cabin, detail
Hafan's composting loo/ Ty bach
Hafan this way, Derwen that way!
walk up from cabins to the farmhouse for washing facilities
Llwynbwch farm and land to the front left. In the distance Pen y Fan and Black Mountains of the Brecon Beacons
Hafan (Welsh for Haven)
-bespoke off-grid cabin
-sleeps 2 adults & 2 small children
-in its own wild & secluded meadow
Hafan and Derwen cabins are each sited in their own meadow. A short walk from your car takes you down the footpath which connects the two cabins. If you continue down this path you’ll find woodlands, the river and on into the tiny village of Llansadwrn. In the summer months, an evening stroll will take you to the pub in about 20 minutes.
-bring wellies, walking boots & torches
COOKING & KITCHEN:
2 ring gas hob/ wood burning stove/ BBQ/ firepit
At the Farmhouse:
Utility sink with hot and cold water
BBQ – buy charcoal nearby or bring it from home
Shower and flushing toilet in Farmhouse
Private compost loo next to cabin
HEATING, LIGHTING AND BEDDING:
Wood burning stove inside cabin
Private fire pit outside cabin
Solar powered LED lighting
USB socket in cabin to charge devices
Plug sockets available for use in farmhouse
Bed linen, towels and hot water bottles provided
Playing cards, books, board games, boules, guitar in cabin
WiFi, book swap library, guide books in farmhouse
All wood is supplied for the woodburners inside the cabin. Firewood for campfires can be bought from us. A welcome of tea and coffee are provided in the cabins, along with Ecover washing up liquid. The cabins are made up with bedding, towels and blankets.
Our teeny tiny honesty shop is also up at the farmhouse, selling fresh eggs, home made jams & chutneys and local produce when seasonally available, along with a small selection of Welsh beers.
- Clad in locally sourced timber
- Insulated with wood fibre insulation
- All wooden framed double glazed windows
- Living roof for increased thermal efficiency & to help blend in to its environment
- Solar powered 12 volt system provides all electricity
- Waste recycling and composting toilet
- All fire wood from our land
- Mains electricity supplied by Ecotricity
- Only environmentally friendly products used for laundry, cleaning and washing up. If you bring your own please ensure they are septic tank friendly.
This off-grid cabin is set in its own wildflower meadow and has a large deck and lush living roof. Both Hafan and Derwen cabins were lovingly built by us, with the help of a good friend. Hafan nestles snugly in the corner of the meadow surrounded on three sides by woods and traditionally laid hedgerows. The birdsong and wind in the trees will provide the soundtrack to your stay. From the deck you can watch the sun dip below the hills or catch a glimpse of shooting stars whilst sitting round the campfire. On wilder days cosy up by the woodburner in your holiday haven.
Inside, the mezzanine double bed is above a cosy sofa area. This sofa can be split into 2 half sized beds for young kids (beds 120cm long). The wood burner keeps the cabin snug, perfect for cwtching up with a good book! You can experiment with one-pot cooking on the wood burning stove or use the twin gas hob in the kitchen area which is fully equipped with everything you’ll need, including running water. Eat inside or al fresco, at the patio table on the deck. Solar panels provide lighting for the cabin and USB charging sockets for topping up your phone. You’ll also find a guitar, bluetooth speaker, books, board games and playing cards.
Hafan has its own BBQ and fire pit, perfect for cooking sausages or toasting marshmallows while watching the clouds scud by or gazing at the incredibly starry skies. The Brecon Beacons National Park was designated the first International Dark-Sky reserve in Wales in 2013.
Hafan has its own private composting toilet in a tiny wood-clad hut, an eco friendly alternative which is completely sanitary and odour-free.
At the farmhouse there is a modern wetroom shower and toilet for your use. There is also a communal space with a fridge freezer, washing-up area, electrical sockets and WiFi. To help you discover the area and plan your trips, there is a wide range of tourist information to borrow, including OS maps, recommendations and lots of leaflets.
If you fancy a stroll, head out from the cabin and walk down the public footpath to the small river or explore the woodlands at Llwynbwch. Depending on when you visit, you may see bluebells, wood anemones, orchids, marsh marigolds, roe deer and butterflies and you’re sure to see red kites and buzzards.
Don’t forget to bring your wellies/ walking boots and a torch!