This beautiful wagon was everything I had hoped it would be. Looking on the photo' s on the internet I was impressed then seeing it in person was even better - Now before you expect a 5 * abode - It was to me and others but to some it may not be their cup of tea but for someone who wants to avoid the humdrum of reality, pubs, noise etc etc then this is the place for you. It reminded me of the Darling Buds of May - as we arrived after driving down a single track for some time, we were greeted by "the firm" three beautiful geese who were very much in charge, around them were a variety of different species of ducks, moorhens, chickens, sheep and cows, two lovely dogs were also around. Sally and Billy were out so we were able to let ourselves in - We made ourselves at home and unpacked, enjoying the views of the duck pond, beautiful surrounding countryside and the sea in the distance. Had a wonderful nights sleep in the MOST comfortable bed EVER and greeted by sounds of the ducks and chickens wanting to be let out of their coops and just sounds of the countryside. Met both Sally and Billy that morning who were lovely and friendly - I said how lovely it was here and that it was perfection.
Bedding supplied, coffee, tea and sugar and washing up liquid etc - you may need a can opener and a bottle opener and hairdryer. Tv (which you shouldn't need) radio in the cupboard. Everything about the wagon has hardly changed and that makes it so special. The Shower, toilet and wash basin is accessible by walking through a door near the kitchen a couple of steps in the fresh air and into the self contained but not attached unit - makes it more fun - very clean and tidy shower room with towels supplied.
Lasting happy memories on what will not be my one and only visit as I very much hope to return - sitting on the veranda looking at the wonderful countryside and drinking a nice cup of coffee