Just like the Greek Hovel - which, in reality, is a luxury eco-palace (book here) - the Welsh Hovel is not really a hovel, either. It is a listed building that, after three and a half years, is almost entirely renovated. I refer you to the “new” annexe.
I say “new”: it was, in fact, built during the 1700s and 1800s. But it is now fully refurbished, as a one-bedroom self-contained dwelling, with living room, kitchen and bathroom. And, via Sykes Cottages, it is now available for holiday let.
Obviously, there is a drawback: I will be next door. But fear not: I am a miserable soul, with no intention of interacting with guests – unless, of course, they are readers of this website, in which case I’d be delighted to cook a bonus meal for you.