Anne's Hut At Penterry

St Arvans , Chepstow, Monmouthshire, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Outside you can enjoy the sheltered decking and dining area or take a few steps down to the fire pit to try your hand at cooking over an open fire. Lie swinging in the hammock, sit on the natural oak seats (created from a fallen tree), or just enjoy doing absolutely nothing in this truly special place.

Downstairs Description

Linked by a decking enclosure, furnished for relaxing and al fresco dining, is the bathing and dressing hut. Enjoy the huge double ended bath with views of the wood or savour the separate full sized rain shower, both supplied with limitless hot water, and of course there is a proper flushing loo.

Other Notes

The decking connecting the main shepherd's hut with the bathing and dressing hut is not enclosed.

Guests are unable to park next to Anne's Hut but parking is available at the top of the track to the meadow.

Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Tourist Attractions:
  • Tintern Abbey : is a national icon – still standing in roofless splendour on the banks of the River Wye nearly 500 years since its tragic fall from grace. It was founded in 1131 by Cistercian monks, who were happy to make do with timber buildings at first. Visit website
  • Caerleon Roman Fortress: Inside a modern covered building in today’s Caerleon you can still explore the remains of the immense natatio, or open-air swimming pool, that once held more than 80,000 gallons of water. Thanks to the wonders of film projection you’ll glimpse a Roman soldier still diving the depths today. Visit website
  • St Fagans National Museum Of History: This museum has been Wales’s most popular heritage attraction for many years. It holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Wales. This is because St Fagans is a people’s museum, where we explore history together through people’s everyday lives. Visit website
  • Usk Rural Life Museum: Housed in an ancient malt barn with adjacent buildings, the Museum has 5000+ exhibits collected by local enthusiasts over the past 50 years in order to preserve the heritage of the life and work of country people in the Welsh Borders from Victorian times and onwards Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Piercefield: We’re very proud of our fantastic menus. Indulge in quality dishes, with ingredients and products sourced from suppliers we can trust. Our menus are a fusion of delicious contemporary dishes and timeless classics that are sure to delight Visit website
  • The Riverside Wine Bar In Chepstow: As well as an excellent choice of drinks, you can also order from a great selection of Tapas, or just sit back with an "Illy" coffee and a piece of homemade cake. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Parkfield Stores: In St Arvans Visit website
  • Tesco Express: In Chepstow and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Greenmeadow Golf Course : Beautiful 18 hole parkland course Excellent changing facilities Driving range with power t technology. Visit website
  • Go Ape: Great fun to be had scaling the heights at Go Ape Visit website
  • Monmouth Canoe Hire And Activity Centre: We have a large fleet of quality modern canoes and kayaks for hire providing canoeing Trips to enjoy the River Wye and explore the stunning Wye Valley, with Monmouth Canoe Centre you can paddle your canoe up to 100 miles Visit website