Susanna Poacher’s Hut – Boutique Glamping Hut Experience
Luxury designer glamping experience in the heart of North Wales
Stylish and eclectic, our huts offer a luxurious enriching experience.
* Sorry, no pets
* Min 2 night stay / min 3 night Bank Holidays
(check-in after 3pm / check-out by 10am)
* Fully working kitchen, inc. oven with two ring hob, fridge freezer and baby Belfast sink
* Wood-burning stove (with logs)
* Cosy double bed
* Ensuite shower room complete with shower, flushing toilet and hand basin
* Complimentary handmade organic goats milk soaps and shampoo
* Towels and Bed Linen
* Complimentary eco-friendly fair trade tea, coffee, hot chocolate and sugar
* Kettle, toaster and cafetiere
* Cutlery, crockery, glasses, utensils, knives and chopping boards
* Saucepans and frying pans
* Anker SoundCore Mini Bluetooth Speaker & Radio
* Ariston 30L rapid heat water heater
* Towel radiator
* Tables and seating both inside and out
* Fire pit / BBQ (complimentary logs for first night)
Current Special Offers
2 nights = £148 p/n
3 nights = £128 p/n
5 nights = £110 p/n
7 nights = £95 p/n
Embrace the pinnacle of glamping in the stunning heart of North Wales. Larger than our Gypsy huts, Susanna offers generous accommodation with the added charm of double doors opening directly onto an awe-inspiring view of our private wildlife lake with far reaching uninterrupted views. Here, you can unwind and watch the sun paint a masterpiece across the evening sky as it sets.
Crafted with an eye for style and comfort, Susanna is complete with a fully equipped kitchen, a cosy double bed and an ensuite shower room. Warm your evenings with a crackling wood-burning stove and make use of our complimentary handmade organic goats milk soaps and shampoo for a truly pampering experience.
We’ve also ensured your stay is as convenient as it is luxurious. Towels, bed linen, complimentary fair-trade teas and locally sourced coffee and a fully fitted kitchen with all the essentials are included to give you the perfect stay. Enjoy your favourite music on the Anker SoundCore Mini Bluetooth Speaker & Radio and stay warm with our rapid heat water heater and towel radiator.
Outside, your personal space extends with seating, table and a fire pit/BBQ, perfect for those clear nights under North Wales’ famous dark skies. The complimentary logs for your first night set the tone for your stargazing adventures.
Susanna’s prime location, nestled amidst the natural beauty of the Llŷn Peninsula and close to Snowdonia National Park, offers a treasure trove of photography opportunities. From the lush greenery of our surroundings to the diverse wildlife that thrives in and on our lake, photographers will find endless inspiration on the doorstep.
Experience the luxury, history, and natural wonders that make Susanna a jewel among shepherd huts in North Wales.
SUSANNA, daughter of Llywelyn the Great and Joan (Siwan) Plantagenet, Lady of Wales, born c.1216.
Aged around 12 years old, Susanna was sent to England and placed in the custody of her uncle, King Henry III. Susanna was almost certainly being held in England as a hostage to ensure the good behaviour of her father, Llywelyn the Great, who had been pursuing to expand his kingdom.
In 1228, Nicholas de Verdun appeared to be in Henry III’s favor, and this favor manifested itself when the king’s …..‘dear and faithful Nicholas de Verdun and his wife Clementia [le Boteler] were granted custody of ‘Susanna’ our niece, the daughter of Llywelyn, Prince of North Wales and Joanna his wife, to be brought up safe and secure without all injury.’
Clementia (mother of Joan and mistress of King John) was almost certainly Susanna’s maternal grandmother.
Susanna married Malcolm MacDuff, Earl of Fife in 1230 and had two children:
- Sir Colbran macDuff, Earl of Fife, born 1245, died 1270
- MacDuff macDuff born 1247.
Susanna died c. 1259 in Dumfermline, Fife, Scotland.
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