Elle de Vardo ref # 7029
Unsuitable for children
Based on a traditional design, this contemporary
glamping Gypsy caravan was hand built by Norfolk craftsmen offering
a smart, fresh holiday retreat in the grounds of an historic property, and is ideal for a romantic break.
At the back is a large pull-out double bed (with a small child's bed / den at floor level underneath if required). Quality bedding and linens are provided.
Seating is either side with a pull-out dining table, there is ample storage space and a small wardrobe with hangers. A gas stove, electric cool box, kettle, cooking utensils and a range of crockery are also provided.
There is a patio area with table & chairs, an open fire and kotlich for campfire cooking (starter pack of logs is included additional can be bought on site). There is also a brick barbecue approximately 4 meters away (please bring own charcoal).
A private bathroom is just across the lawn (30 meters, solar lights at night) with a huge shower, wash basin, low flush WC, cupboard and heated towel rail. A touch of luxury just seconds away from your glamping gypsy wagon!
A shared lounge room (shared with B&B guests) has a comfortable sofa, large flat-screen TV with Freeview, table and chairs plus WIFI.
The Wagon sits in an acre of grounds surrounding the owners' B&B and holiday cottages. The garden has a wealth of seasonal interest with thoughtfully placed seats giving the best views of the gardens and surrounding countryside. Please note that smoking is not permitted anywhere on this site.
The welcoming owners, Jane and Lesley have a thriving kitchen garden from which seasonal produce can be purchased (subject to availability). Meals, using organic locally sourced ingredients where possible, can also be provided or enjoyed in the Dining Room (advanced booking advised).
The Local Area
This glamping Gypsy caravan holiday is in a rural but accessible location near the vibrant city of Norwich, the Norfolk Broads and the heritage coastline of Suffolk - a great base from which to discover the delights of the Waveney Valley in East Anglia.