Description of Into The Sticks
Stay in a real off-grid Tiny Home. Designed and built by us our hut was our home for over 3 years.
Praised by Lloyd Khan on his Shelter Blog and featured in the book “Tiny Homes made from Reclaimed Materials” our hut is now tucked away in a tranquil spot overlooking the wild habitat in our nature reserve which includes the Western Cleddau river, woodland, thicket, meadow, streams and marsh and is partly designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation.
All this is set in a peaceful private sheltered valley at the end of a no-through road just a few miles from Pembrokeshire’s famous spectacular coastline.
Staying in the hut is like living in a wildlife hide – we have watched otters, badgers, kingfishers and foxes doing their thing right outside the French windows.
On site there is plenty to do including exploring the nature trails, wildlife watching and fishing before relaxing around a campfire under truly dark skies.
We also have a large campers’ barn, free hot showers and organised wet weather activities.
- 1 Unit
- Sleeps: 2 Persons
- Toilets (Private) , Showers (Shared)
- Towels(Yes) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
Our unique Tiny Home has the following features:
High quality super-king sized bed including bedding; Fully off-grid solar electrics including lights, pumped water, 240V power socket and USB charger; Cosy woodburner (kindling and logs provided); All round sheep's wool insulation; Light, airy and spacious.
French doors, stable door and windows all with black-out blinds; Loads of storage space and hanging wardrobe; Outside deck, seating and fire pit; Fully equipped kitchen.
- Shared Showers
Our cosy campers' barn is equipped with comfy sofas, library, games and musical instruments. It also has space for yoga and a ping pong table.
Showers have hot water on demand and are included in the price.
- Herb Garden
- Vegetable Garden
Visitors are welcome to pick herbs and any fruit or veg that is in season which is written on a blackboard.
What to bring?
- Basic Provisions
The nature trails around our site can get muddy so wellies are recommended if you want to explore.
There are opportunities for fishing for Trout on the river bank - bring your own rod and tackle.
Around the nature reserve there are quiet spots perfect for a hammock.