Welcome to our dreamy Welsh hideout, Celt.
A rural idyll handcrafted for two.
Magical moments await - soak in the steamy hot tub or stay snug beside the flickering fire-pit.
Boasting unspoilt vistas of lush rolling countryside as it meets the Irish Sea.
The sweet kitchenette is superbly equipped for your stay in nature.
With a cosy reading nook for slow mornings.
We really wouldn't blame you for staying snuggled in a cocoon of soft linens.
There's a warming wood-burner for extra cosiness.
Open up the door and let fresh air flow through the hut.
Freshen up for the day ahead in the stylish shower-room.
Embrace a slice of rural paradise.
Watch the landscape flourish in spring and turn to a coppery canvas during autumn.
You'll want to stay snuggled beside the fire-pit until the moon and stars appear.
Sizzle up some local produce over the flickering fire-pit.
Conwy Castle is utterly magical.
Hike Conwy mountain for incredible coastal scenery.
Take a boat trip along the Conwy River.
Explore the wonders of Snowdonia National Park during your stay.
Picture-perfect Llanrwst is well worth a visit.


5488 - New

1.5 miles S of Abergele / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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From £150 per night

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Surrounded by beautiful Welsh countryside and with views towards the Irish Sea, Celt is a charming shepherd's hut with a delightful outside space and fabulous wood-fired hot tub. Exuding charm and luxury this rural idyll is perfect for couples seeking a romantic break or a solo explorer looking for a base in captivating north Wales.

Step inside and you will be enchanted by the cosy interiors on offer in this cosy bijou abode. There's a comfortable built-in seating area, a log-burning stove to keep you warm whatever the weather and a kitchen area with all you'll need in miniature including an electric oven and fridge with ice-box. Meal preparation here will be an absolute pleasure!

One of the highlights of this welcoming sanctuary is the beautifully crafted king-size bed, adorned with a luxurious hand-made mattress, dressed in crisp white bed linen and complemented with handwoven traditional Welsh blankets from the nearby Trefriw Mill, adding a touch of local heritage to your stay. Storage can be found underneath. In the modern shower-room, all the comforts you need await you, including a hot water shower, wash-basin, WC and a heated towel rail.

Step outside and you'll find your own private secluded outdoor seating area where you can relax surrounded in nature. There's a fabulous fire-pit, perfect for barbecues and marshmallow toasting, and of course the all-important wood-fired hot tub. During the day you can unwind and savour breathtaking views of the Irish Sea and verdant rolling hills. Your nearest neighbour is an impressive, listed 17th Century Welsh farm with the local sheep providing the sounds of the countryside. In the evening embrace the peace and quiet and dark sky tranquility on offer. Your private off-road car parking space ensures hassle free arrivals and departures. For your convenience, Celt offers WiFi and electrical plugs, allowing you to stay fully connected and powered up throughout your stay.

The north Wales region is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, characterised by awe inspiring natural beauty and a wide array of adventurous pursuits. Whether you're enticed by the exhilarating challenge of conquering the peaks of Snowdonia or yearn to explore the captivating coastline, this magical area offers numerous opportunities for you to fully immerse yourself in its scenic splendour.

In close proximity, the enchanting Gwydir Forest Park encourages you to don your walking boots and embark on a journey through its breathtaking surroundings. For those craving a day by the sea, the north Wales coastline boasts sandy shores and plenty of charming seaside towns, such as historic Conwy, where you can explore the World Heritage Site of Conwy Castle and enjoy a drink at a quayside pub. Nearby, the town of Llanrwst is a must see, featuring a picturesque 17th Century bridge that spans the river. Similarly enticing is Betws-y-Coed, renowned as the gateway to Snowdonia, offering easy access to the dramatic mountains. Whether you plan to spend your days exploring this beautiful area or just relaxing in your gorgeous retreat, Celt has all you need for a relaxing getaway.

Shepherd's Hut

Open plan living-room with kitchen and bedroom areas. Wood-burner. Induction 2 ring hob, electric oven, fridge with ice-box, toaster and kettle. King-size double bed (5')

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


  • No pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Hot tub/Outdoor bath
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 3 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • 1 electric heater and heated towel rail
  • Logs for wood-burner and wood-fired hot tub