Eco-Friendly Campervan Rental on a Sustainable Farm near Cambridge, EnglandBassingbourn, England (United Kingdom)
Eco-Friendly Campervan Rental on a Sustainable Farm near Cambridge, England
This renovated 1973 VW campervan sits on an eco-friendly small-holding in the countryside near Cambridge, England. The campervan rental intertwines outdoor and indoor space, creating the ultimate glamping property. Inside the campervan, four guests can sleep. There is a full-size double bed at one end and a small children's double bed (up to six years old) at the other end, where the driver's seat used to be. Across the clearing, there is a bell tent which can be used as a living area or have a double futon for further sleeping arrangments. There is a Lebanese cedar single slab dining table and open glade, as well as a cedar shingle canopy for sheltered dining should it rain. Guests can prepare meals around the fire pit and clean up in the butler sink in the kitchen. Guests here have a wood-fired hot tub under the stars, a solar shower, and a compost toilet.
This English glamping site has a variety of facilities to make guests stay here both luxurious and eco-friendly. There is a fire pit and a wood-fired hot tub for guests to relax in at the end of the day. Meditation spaces and game areas are also on the property.
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Fire pit
- Dining table
- Double bed
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Bassingbourn, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wine tasting
- Feeding animals
This unique and eco-friendly glamping site in Royston, England offers glampers peaceful farmland and the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside. For some history, explore Royston Cave—a man-made cave cut into the chalk beneath the city, with religious and secular carvings on the walls. It is believed that the cave dates back to 1350. Get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air and hike the English countryside, or rent bikes and cover more ground. The glamping site also offers guided tours of the small-holding, if guests are interested in learning more about how an integrated, sustainable farm runs. No matter how glampers choose to spend their days, this unique glamping site is sure to leave guests planning their return.