The world we live in is changing, with more people than ever showing concern for the state of our environment and turning to more eco-friendly choices in their lives. As the trend for environmentally conscious living spreads like wildfire, one of the most recent trends to spark interest is that of tiny homes.
Have you ever dreamed of living in a treehouse? Well, your childhood dreams could come true with one of the latest trends that have taken the world by storm. Although once only thought of as childish DIY hideouts, living in a treehouse is much more achievable than you may have ever thought, offering an eco-friendly, fun abode for you and your family. Our guide is here to give you an insight into what life living in a treehouse could be like!
Whether you are considering living in a yurt for eco-reasons, to cut down costs or simply to try something new, our ‘how to live in a yurt’ blog will unveil all of the wonderful aspects that this lifestyle entails. It doesn’t matter whether this is simply going to be your summer retreat or your full-time home, you’ll certainly find it an interesting read. Our 10-step guide will help you to make an informed decision on whether living in a yurt is for you. If you decide that it is for you, our guide can help you to make the right preparations for your new lifestyle so that you get the full level of enjoyment from your new, unique home!
On the theme of romantic breaks and all things lovely, we thought we would bring to your attention our unmistakable and rather delightful Hope Gypsy Wagon. This is one of the abodes we offer for anyone wanting to go on a luxury camping break in the heart of the South West countryside.
A scheme backed and supported by the UK’s Department for International Development is set to be the source of much happiness after it was announced it is bringing household solar systems to remote, rural areas of Tanzania.
Not a million miles from where you can experience staying in true luxury camping style with our Pembrokeshire glamping abodes, far into the unmistakable hills lies a group of people having a particular characteristic in common, they share an ideal. An ideal to live a more stripped back life, which includes living devoid of electricity. This is a community that drew interest from Ben Fogle in with intrigue and wonder, so he embarked on a journey to experience just how it was to reside there.
The community members from Runnymede Eco-Village in Egham, Surrey are today celebrating an historic win following their application for leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal, declaring rights under Magna Carta, which was adjourned by a High Court judge.
Having a road-legal truck to sleep in can have its benefits from time to time, but to have one for a home might not sound like the smartest idea. However, if you have one that has been transformed into a fully-functioning, moving house that looks like a castle, then you know you are onto a winner!