Monty is a Brockhouse military wagon and weighs in at a hefty 5 tons. Commissioned during the Second World War when they were built to withstand a bomb, this big fella stands high off the ground and offers characterful accommodation for a family of 4 or 5 at a squeeze.
All the caravans are situated in a wildflower meadow facing directly West, enjoying fantastic views out across the Wye Valley to the Black Mountains and Hay Bluff. Each comes with its own private seating area and firebowl to allow you to kick back and watch the setting sun.
Gertie is a Cheltenham Gnu from the 1930s and a rare lady indeed, being one of only two in the country. Incredibly well preserved, she still boasts all her original features including handmade oak furniture and gas lamps.
Designed and built carefully by hand during the 1940s by a loving father for his family. The attention to detail is everywhere from original gas lights, bespoke wooden furniture and even a mini stainless steel sink in her kitchen ‘en suite’.
An elegant 50s girl with decor and fittings from the era. She has a lovely lantern roof, a double bed, formica surfaces and, naturally, a cocktail cabinet. Elsie was always a cut above the rest in the style stakes.
A highly original barn restoration that fuses original wood timbers, upcycled materials and contemporary interior design. Sleeping 6 by way of 2 double bedrooms and a twin with two bathrooms, an open plan kitchen/dining area, an upstairs sitting room and walled garden. Unique.