Herefordshire is my home county, so I may be slightly biased, but it truly is beautiful.
From the rolling green hills to the black-and-white Tudor buildings to the local food produce, there are countless reasons to visit my home county.
And one of those reasons is the number of brilliant glamping sites here!
Herefordshire has especially got its shepherds huts nailed down – and luckily for you, I’ve rounded them all up in one place for you.
Whether you want a hot tub, beautiful interior design, or amazing views, Herefordshire’s got a romantic shepherds hut just for you!
So without further ado, scroll down to discover the 19 best shepherds huts in Herefordshire that you can stay in.
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Much Birch, nr Hereford
The Queen Bee Cabin firmly deserves its place at the top of this list of the best shepherds huts in Herefordshire.
The hut is wonderfully unique in every way and there’s so much to love about it.
From the exposed oak beams and the high ceilings to the wooden king-size bed and the numerous bee details, every inch of the space is beautifully hand-crafted and original.
It’s one of the most spacious huts I’ve ever stayed in, comprising a bed, reading nook, dining table, fully-kitted kitchen, and en-suite.
Your surroundings are equally generous, too, with a private two-acre garden all to yourselves!
Even better yet, the hut is easy to access via public transport if you don’t have the luxury of a car.
What guests say: “I cannot begin to express how absolutely magical and perfect the Queen Bee is! Every detail of it was so lovingly and thoughtfully rendered, and it makes for supreme comfort and beauty everywhere you look. Temi and Katrin’s welcome basket was charming and they are always on the lookout for anything you might need to make your stay better.”
Price per night: From £95 for 2 people
Location: Blakemere, nr Madley
Between the ridiculously cosy interior, amazing views, private wood-fired hot tub, and the kindest hosts you’ll ever meet, there are so many reasons to stay in Prothero Shepherds Hut.
Seriously, I adore this place so much.
Tucked away in its own little field, right in the footsteps of the Black Mountains, nature is at its best here.
Expect to wake up to the sounds of birds, woodpeckers, pheasants and owls going about their daily business.
Martha and Reuben do their utmost to make your stay a special one.
Make sure you request a DIY gourmet breakfast hamper, a chilled organic Prosecco, or a s’mores basket before you arrive!
What guests say: “The cabin is so cosy and comes with everything you could need for a lovely, chilled weekend. We used the pizza oven in the outdoor kitchen the first night and cooked breakfast in the hut each morning then enjoyed some al fresco dining around the fire pit. Martha & Reuben were so nice and helpful and even had the hot tub at the perfect temperature for our arrival.”
3. Tom’s Hut
Price per night: From £113 for 2 people
Location: Pembridge, nr Leominster
Tom’s Hut at Lower Green Holidays is an absolute dream come true.
Set within 250 beautiful acres of farmland, it’s a rural retreat like no other.
The shepherds hut provides plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, from the unique hot tub and egg seat to the pizza oven, BBQ, and alfresco dining area complete with a wine cooler.
However, you’ll be equally pleased when you venture inside.
The hut is beautifully decorated and so well-appointed, benefitting from a dreamy double bed, kitchen, and en-suite.
Book a stay here and I know you’ll fall in love with it just as much as I have!
What guests say: “Hands down, the best weekend break ever. Tom’s Hut is absolutely breathtaking. I took my partner here for his birthday and we were blown away. The hut itself is stunning with everything you could possibly need. The views are absolutely beautiful, especially from the hot tub. Jacqui left us Prosecco, chocolates and balloons as part of his birthday package which really was the cherry on top!”
Price per night: From £95 for 2 people
Location: Fawley, nr Ross-on-Wye
The Moroccan chic Myrtle Shepherds Hut is one of the more unique shepherds huts in Herefordshire.
You’ll want to dive headfirst into its sumptuous bed, then explore all the hut’s nooks and crannies, including its beautifully designed en-suite.
The hut is decorated with dark wood, vibrant colours and plush furnishings – it’s a sight for sore eyes, that’s for sure!
Tucked away down a tree-lined path with gorgeous river views, Myrtle has more than just cool interior decor going for it, though.
Take a dip in the river, sunbathe on the grass, or dine alfresco on the riverside using your barbeque.
However you choose to enjoy your surroundings, Myrtle is sure to provide the nature fix you’re after.
What guests say: “The shepherd’s hut is decorated and furnished in a wonderful Moroccan style – we loved the attention to detail around the windows and doors. Even though we were less than an hour from home, it felt like we were in a different world. Listening to the birds and watching the wildlife around the river felt like a proper retreat. The cake was delicious too! A truly magical experience.”
Price per night: From £115 for 2 people
If Millie the Hut doesn’t just scream ‘cosy’ to you, I’m not sure what will.
Millie is one of my all-time favourite shepherds huts in the world, let alone Herefordshire.
It’s lovingly filled to the brim with old books, vintage knick-knacks, and patterned soft furnishings.
One stay here and you’ll find it increasingly hard to return to normal life after you discover this alternative way of living.
Outside, the hut glows with the light of wood burners and lanterns, and next to it, you’ll find an outdoor kitchen and shack where you can dine under romantic golden candlelight.
You’ll find Millie in a private meadow, down a leafy lane and over an old Victorian bridge, so you’ll feel like you have the whole world to yourselves here.
This is romance at its finest – and for just £110 a night, it’s an absolute steal, too!
What guests say: “A truly magical experience. We had the warmest welcome from Paul and Glenys who were the perfect hosts throughout our stay. We were blown away by the attention to detail and the personal touches, such as a welcome basket with champagne, freshly baked bread, the most delicious honeymoon cake which Glenys had baked, and much more. There wasn’t anything they hadn’t thought of.”
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people
Location: Little Marcle, nr Ledbury
Situated near my gorgeous hometown of Ledbury, Upper House Shepherds Hut is a real treat.
The cosy, well-equipped hut has a kitchen and bathroom, so if the weather’s bad you can cosy up inside.
However, I’d recommend heading out on a long walk to explore some of the area’s best countryside, before coming back to your private sauna to sweat it out.
The hosts even supply a welcome basket on arrival and fresh eggs from the hens so you can cook up a storm in the morning!
What guests say: “What a treat. A shepherd’s hut overlooking a field of ewes with their lambs gambolling about… all on an April evening! The hosts are wonderful, thoughtful people whose little extras and cares make you feel so welcome. Views are wonderful, very relaxing and private. Dining and watching the sunset is very good for the soul. Plenty to see and do country, heritage and history-wise too.”
Price per night: From £70 for 2 people
With prices starting from just £70 a night, Robin’s Nest is one of the cheapest shepherds huts in Herefordshire.
However, don’t think that just because you’ll be saving your pennies here that your experience won’t be any less fantastic!
Enveloped in 300 acres of farmland, Robin’s Nest is a natural nest in the Herefordshire countryside.
The hut has lots of places for you to enjoy rural life, from the planted garden with a two-tiered patio to the seating area and firepit.
I know you’d definitely catch me in the dreamy little swing seat with a book in one hand and a glass of white wine in the other!
Inside, the hut is just as well-equipped, with a kitchenette, double bed, en-suite bathroom, underfloor heating, electric wood-burning stove, and a TV.
What guests say: “Honestly cannot recommend Fernhall and Robins Nest enough. It’s a paradise inside the shepherds hut and out. Spotlessly clean, with everything you will need for a peaceful, stress-free break. Nicci and Nick are the warmest and most welcoming hosts! We simply did not want to leave.”
Price per night: From £75 for 2 people
Location: Cradley, nr Malvern
A handcrafted wood cabin, views of the Malvern Hills, and a wood-fired hot tub.
Need I say more?
Inside, Hope House Farm Hut is just as charming, with its cheerful French navy and ochre colour scheme that will have you re-evaluating your own interior design choices back home.
Packed into a small space is a cosy double bed with window views, a shaker-style kitchen, and a bathroom with unlimited hot water.
And just a few steps from the hut is a gorgeous yurt that doubles up as a living room.
Or if you fancy bringing a couple of mates along with you, it can be extra sleeping space!
What guests say: “We had an amazing time at Hope House Farm and cannot recommend this enough. Bruce was so welcoming and made us feel right at home, we thoroughly enjoyed the fresh fruit and farm eggs which were fantastic. The shepherd’s hut and yurt were really cosy and the hot tub was a huge added bonus! We enjoyed the lovely walks nearby and feeding the pigs with lots of apples.”
Price per night: From £86 for 2 people
Location: Whitchurch, nr Ross-on-Wye
With a luxury wood-fired hot tub, gorgeous interior, and amazing views, it’s not hard to see why Greengage is one of my favourite shepherds huts in Herefordshire.
Encompassed in ten acres of private meadows, Greengage Shepherds Hut is situated in one of the most peaceful pockets of Herefordshire countryside.
You can enjoy rural life from your private hot tub or your garden with outdoor furniture.
Either way, I’m sure you’ll agree that the views are spectacular!
Inside, the hut is equipped with everything you could need including a comfy double bed, fully-fitted kitchen, and modern en-suite bathroom.
What guests say: “What a perfect setting for a beautiful stay – the shepherds hut had everything you would need for a stay, with neat extra touches, all set up in a way that made the place seem spacious. The outside area was excellent – the chairs and picnic bench looking out over the Wye Valley led to some spectacular sun and moon rises!”
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people
Location: Broad Oak, nr Garway
There’s no chance of feeling blue in a Hollow Ash Shepherds Hut.
Blue, get it?
The first thing you’ll notice as you enter your shepherds hut is a delicious welcome basket awaiting your arrival.
Dig in to find homemade cider, jam, eggs, a loaf of bread and butter, and some local cheese and bacon.
It’s safe to say you’ll have some delicious breakfasts to wake up to!
Inside, you’ll also find a wood-burning stove, basic cooking facilities, and a cosy bed.
Outside, there’s a fire bowl, outdoor chairs and a hammock, ideal for long days lazing away.
What guests say: “An amazing place that truly exceeded our expectations! The quality of our accommodation was exceptional, as were the toilet/bathroom facilities. Clare and Gerald were so friendly and welcoming, giving us privacy but making themselves available if we needed them. The food parcel was a wonderful (and very tasty) touch. We truly felt we had a restful and relaxing break away in a beautiful location.”
Price per night: From £120 for 5 people
Location: Newton, nr Leominster
This unique take on the traditional chicken coop is one of the most modern and spacious huts in the county.
Sleeping not one, not two, but five people, it features a king-size bed, single bed, double sofa bed, fully equipped kitchen, TV, and en-suite.
As such, the hut is best suited to a family or group of friends wanting a weekend retreat in the countryside.
Outside, the views are phenomenal and the sunsets are equally spectacular – and luckily, there’s a large decking area ideal for dining and entertaining.
What guests say: “The location is amazing and everything has been built and finished to a really high standard, with lots of attention to detail like the high-quality bedding and board/card games for the family. We were left some delicious home-baked gifts on arrival and some fresh eggs from their own hens. It’s only a few minutes’ drive from the centre of Leominster but feels like you’re in the middle of nowhere.”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Dulas, nr Ewyas Harold
Dulas Valley Shepherds Hut is easily one of my favourite shepherds huts in Herefordshire.
I mean, have you seen that wood-fired hot tub?!
This beautiful little shepherds hut is tucked away in a magical woodland with lovely open views over the breathtaking Dulas Valley.
With a charcoal barbeque, hammock, and fire pit to boot, this spot is as close to paradise as it comes!
The cedar-clad hut is beautifully designed and furnished with a comfy double bed, a sitting and dining area, a compact kitchen, and an ensuite bathroom.
Top tip: book the hut in conjunction with their Mongolian Yurt for the ultimate double date!
What guests say: “This has got to be one of the nicest, prettiest, most peaceful places I have ever stayed. The hut is gorgeous inside and out, very clean and has everything you need. The hot tub is a real treat and lovely after a day of walking. Sitting out in the evening, with a fire pit listening to the owls is so relaxing. A breakfast basket of eggs, milk, bread, jam, butter and apple juice is provided along with tea, coffee etc which is just perfect.”
Price per night: From £107 for 2 people
Location: Kingsthorne, nr Hereford
Shepherds Hideaway Huts is home to two beautiful huts, each as wonderful and well-equipped as the other.
Located on a 200-acre working farm, the huts enjoy pure rural bliss and privacy, looking out onto the fields beyond.
The highlight of each hut is its private bubbling hot tubs that allow you to soak up your surroundings in style!
As well as the hot tubs, each hut also has plenty of outdoor furniture so you can dine alfresco to your heart’s content.
Both huts are equally well-equipped inside with cosy double beds and kitchens.
However, only one hut has an en-suite, while the other has a separate shower room and loo.
What guests say: “Fabulous, restful, self-contained spot that everyone should go to if they need a rest. Superbly maintained, fresh, well-equipped, and really accessible to many places, I loved it. Laundry smelt lovely, the complimentary basket was a special touch, and everything was really easy.”
Price per night: From £91 for 2 people
Location: Twyford, nr Hereford
The Hereford Shepherds Hut is a charming and simple shepherds hut that I’m sure you’ll fall hard for.
Luxuriously appointed with a double bed, sofa, wood burner, kitchenette, and an en-suite bathroom, you’ll be left wanting for nothing.
The bed is easily one of the cosiest in all these shepherds huts and I’m already daydreaming about curling up there with a book!
Outside, the panoramic views are second-to-none, and the hut is set in a private secluded woodland so you can really get away from it all here.
I think you can now see why The Hereford is one of my favourite shepherds huts in Herefordshire!
What guests say: “You can tell that Marcie and John have really spent time thinking about the quality and that’s even down to the little touches like milk, butter, and a loaf of bread waiting for us on arrival. We had such a relaxing stay and could wake up to that stunning view overlooking the fields time and time again! Dinner on the patio was just sublime with nothing but the sound of sheep and birds.”
15. Ynys Hut
Price per night: From £80 for 2 people
Location: Orcop, nr Ross-on-Wye
If you’re looking to get a little more back-to-basics on your glamping holiday in Herefordshire, then look no further than Ynys Hut.
Pronounced ‘en-iss’, this rustic hand-built hut is a cosy bolthole for two.
And with prices starting at just £40 per person per night, it’s a proper bargain, too!
Charming and characterful, the inside of the hut comprises a double bed, wood burner, and kitchenette.
Outside, you’ll find a separate shower room and loo, as well as a swinging egg seat and an alfresco dining area.
Top tip: bring some marshmallows to toast on the fire pit for the authentic camping experience!
What guests say: “My boyfriend and I had been looking for a way to celebrate our anniversary that would be both special and a little bit different. The Ynys Hut achieved both of these things and more. The amount of work that has gone into creating this enchanting stay is truly amazing and makes it all the more special.”
Price per night: From £78 for 2 people
Location: Lea, nr Ross-on-Wye
Heron Shepherds Hut is one of the cheapest shepherds huts in Herefordshire which already makes it an absolute winner in my eyes!
This vintage hideaway is small and simple but it still packs a punch.
Inside, you’ll find a spacious seating area with a wood burner, next to an elevated handmade king-size bed.
Your shower room next door is modern and well-appointed and is set on a spacious veranda with outdoor cooking facilities.
However, my favourite thing about the hut is that it’s situated in the perfect place on their glamping site to enjoy both an amazing morning sunrise and an evening sunset.
Get your camera at the ready for this one!
What guests say: “We were made to feel very welcome. The views were fantastic over the countryside almost made you sit and relax there all day without going out. Fantastic glamping site and amenities around, all very friendly, just couldn’t do enough to make your stay memorable.”
Price per night: From £92 for 4 people, £110 for 2 people, or £800 for 25 people
Location: Longtown, nr Llanthony
Three of Offa’s Dyke Retreat‘s six shepherds huts have a bubbling hot tub.
Need I say anything more?!
Sleeping two to six people, there’s a shepherds hut for everyone at Offa’s Dyke Retreat, whether you’re after a romantic retreat, a staycation with friends, or a family break.
Each hut benefits from double beds, TVs, an outdoor wood burner and a fire pit, picnic benches, and private bathrooms and kitchenettes.
Top tip: book Suffolk, Cheviot or Herdwick if you want that much-sought-after hot tub!
What guests say: “Well where do I start… We had the most amazing stay here – so relaxing, just what we needed! Such a stunning place with the most amazing views. Joey is absolutely fantastic, nothing is too much for him, and he goes above and beyond. The carriage and hot tub were spotless and so cosy. We really didn’t want to leave!”
Price per night: From £80 for 4 people
Perched on the border of Wales, Crispin Shepherds Hut is a gem.
And with prices starting at just £20 per person per night, a stay here is an absolute steal, too!
Sleeping four people in a double bed and a bunk bed, Crispin is ideal for a small family or group of friends looking for a countryside retreat.
In a separate adjacent hut, you’ll find a dining room, and outside, there’s a fire pit, hammock, and al fresco dining facilities.
The shower and toilet block is a short distance from the huts, so this isn’t the most luxurious glamping site but it’s a glamping site nonetheless.
Ideal for those who love camping and want to stay as close to nature as they can!
What guests say: “Had a brilliant week. Jo and Matt are fantastic hosts who really go out of their way to help you have a great stay. The toilet facilities are spotlessly clean. Lots to do in the area or you can simply sit back, relax and take in the beautiful scenery. Highly recommend booking the pizza oven and the pancakes cooked over the fire for breakfast were amazing!”
Price per night: From £236 for 8 people
Location: Llanigon, nr Hay-on-Wye
Could you think of a more idyllic spot to stay than right by a small babbling stream?
Well, if you’re anything like me, you’ll love a stay at Huts in the Hills, which is home to some of my favourite shepherds huts in Herefordshire.
Set in a woodland clearing in the Black Mountains, their shepherd huts provide off-grid accommodation for small groups of adventurous travellers.
Whether you go away with friends or family, you have four shepherds huts to spread yourselves across.
The outdoor space has a wood-fired hot tub, campfire, picnic table, and swings, so you could easily just spend your whole holiday on site!
What guests say: “The location is just amazing, the huts are lovely and well looked after, very comfortable. It was a great experience, everyone just loved it.”
So that concludes the 19 most beautiful shepherds huts in Herefordshire – and what a selection we’ve got here!
I truly believe the best way to enjoy the Herefordshire countryside is from the comfort of a cosy shepherds hut, and these do the trick very nicely.
Book into your favourite and get ready for a gorgeous glamping retreat in the Shire.