Cosy Shepherd’s Hut Cabin Stay

Enjoy a lazy midweek or weekend break in The Queen Bee Cabin.

Cosy Shepherd’s Hut Cabin Stay

The cabin offers a fully equipped kitchen, king size bed and a small library. It has its own gardens, and outdoor fire pit. It is a walking distance from a number of awesome country pubs and restaurants.

Much Birch
Stunning views
King size bed
Bathroom with shower

Holiday Accommodation for Short Rural Breaks

Our Shepher’s hut styled cabin is cited on a two-acre field, giving you a fantastic views of Athelstan woods and far into the distance; May Hill, Ross-on-Wye and South Wales. You can stay for as short a time as two nights or as long as you like. A short weekend or midweek break in our unique and slightly quirky shepherd’s hut cabin may just be the tonic you need to recharge your batteries.

Enjoy a lazy midweek or weekend break in The Queen Bee Cabin.

Stay in our oak-framed cabin and cook yourself a meal. Turn this versatile folding oak table into a breakfast, lunch or dinner table. With power socket and wi-fi at the ready, you can also turn it into a workstation.


"We really enjoyed our stay! We will definitely be booking again. It was just what we were looking for, peaceful, private and beautiful surroundings. There were lots of lovely little touches inside making our stay very comfortable! We look forward to our next trip. Thank you Temi! "

Rachel & Aaron

"This was haven from normal life, so beautiful. Temi was a great host and incredibly welcoming. A lot of love and care has gone into creating this space. Thank you so much"


"The cabin itself, was clearly a well crafted labour of love. And it definitely showed. Temi is very pleased and proud of the cabin and all the work he has put in with very good reason. And a lot of thought has gone into it and the grounds around it. It is a wonderful cabin with a working shower, toilet and kitchen. A Studio flat within a cabin situated within the countryside, that has pretty much all anyone could need."


"Fantastic spot, we had a wonderful stay. Absolutely recommend the cabin and Temi as a host. The place was beautiful and had everything we needed, including all the things to have a little fire in the evening. Temi was extremely helpful and friendly and took time to say goodbye and show us the bees! Highly recommend and would choose here again next time we visit."


The Queen Bee Cabin – FAQs

How much does it cost to stay at The Queen Bee Cabin?

The prices at The Queen Bee Cabin vary depending on your stay. The longer you stay the cheaper the cost works out per night.

What are the check-in and check-out times at The Queen Bee Cabin?

Check-in at The Queen Bee Cabin is from 15:00, and check-out is until 11:00. You can usually request different times if you want to check-in or check-out at a different time to the one stated.

What is there to do at The Queen Bee Cabin?

Long or short walks, nature watching, wild foraging in the countryside and you can learn natural beekeeping on site.

How far is The Queen Bee Cabin from the city of Hereford?

The Queen Bee Cabin is right by the A49, it is just over 5 miles to the centre of Hereford.

What is the minimum stay at The Queen Bee Cabin?

It varies depending on season, most of the time the minimum stay is 2 nights.

Can I get to The Queen Bee Cabin by public transport?

Yes! This is one of our most unique features. From Hereford, you can get on bus 33, alight at Much Birch, The Queen Bee Cabin is a walking distance from the bus stop.

Why is The Queen Bee Cabin called The Queen Bee Cabin?

The cabin got its name partly from the plot it is cited on: The Hive, which houses about a dozen beehives. The Cabin is the largest structure on the two-acre land, just the way the queen bee is the largest bee in a beehive.