hand-crafted gypsy wagons are transformed into stunning romantic hideaway complete with stand-alone bath, open fireplace and countryside views - gas grill with cast iron grates
The carefully crafted Gypsy carriage has become a perfect resort.
Craftsman Chris Jopling took four years to create an amazing home with brackets
Separate bathtub, open fireplace and country view. Two wagons -
One bedroom and one bathroom each-
The 17th-century bothy connected to a village through a tunnel is full of recycled materials.
This is 53 years of love Labor. year-
Old Chris in building 12
In his spare time, walk from scratch, and then rebuild the underground room he and his wife found on their land in January, overlooking a bay near Bude on the north Cornwall coast.
Bedroom with a super king
The bed is large and the dressing area is small.
The bathroom boasts WC, basin, and cast iron slippers and bathtubs overlooking the rolling Cornwall Hills on weidmouth Bay.
One night Chris started the project at a local bar.
He was inspired by a small showman carriage and made his replica ten times as big.
The closest town to Bude is only two miles away, where you will find musty shops and beaches.
There is a parking space for two cars.
The kitchen is equipped with a double gas stove with a grill, a microwave, a toaster, a kettle, a dishwasher and a refrigerator with a refrigerator drawer.
Now it can be booked through a unique family stay for a price from £ 485night stay.
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