Refurnished Folkloric Romany Wagons on Lizard Peninsula, UKCornwall, England (United Kingdom)
Refurnished Folkloric Romany Wagons on Lizard Peninsula, UK
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There are two different gypsy wagons available: the Elle and the Rosie.
Elle is a traditional Bow Top Window and Door style caravan and is built on an original dray with traditional gun carriage wheels. Elle sleeps two people. Inside Elle, guests will find a pull out double bed, wood burning stove, cupboards, seating, table lamp, and electric kettle. It has an electrical outlet for mobiles.
Rosie is a traditional Open Lot Bow Top and comes with a canvas door. Rosie is also built on an original dray with gun carriage wheels. It also sleeps two people. Inside, Rosie features a pull out double bed, a cooking stove, cupboards, seating, table lamp, kettle, and electrical outlet for mobiles.
Both wagons have electricity and gas heating. Linens and towels are provided.
Guests who stay here will enjoy having a secluded location, linens and towels come provided and there are shared shower facilities. Guests will also have a composting toilet. There is a private parking lot for guests at this glamping property.
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
The daily rate is listed for a double occupancy. If guests would like to bring children (max. 2 pax), there is an extra fee of £10 per child, per night.
In additions, some accommodations also allow an additional adult for an additional fee per night. Please inquire with the host for more information, if necessary.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Cornwall, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Wine tasting
Discover the pristine village and beach of Porthallow, located only a 10-minute walk away from the accommodation. Porthallow is a quaint little fishing village, and the beach is perfect for swimming, fishing, sailing, or a romantic stroll, but also has inviting pubs, such as The Five Pilchards Inn. Several festivals, fairs, and parties take place at the village throughout the year, and it also has its own vineyard that produces delicious wines.
The cozy village of St. Keverne is located only 20 minutes away from the accommodations. The village boasts a historic church, famous for its shipwreck window, and has two pubs, several good restaurants, and local shops. The other nearby fishing villages of Coverack and Porthoustock also deserve a visit.
Cornwall is one of the top sailing destination in the country. Discover Falmouth Bay, one of the largest natural harbors in the world, the secluded coastal coves of the Lizard or the Helford estuary. Guests will find slipways at Coverack, Helford, Port Navas, Porthoustock, Porthallow, and St. Anthony. There are excellent diving opportunities at Porthkerris Cove. Porthkerris Divers, a professional dive center, offers shore dives, boat dives, and a range of training courses. The center also has a shop and café.
Lizard has two riding stables that offer rides for all levels of experience and ages. Porthleven, located 30 minutes from Tregaminion, has one of Britain’s best right-hand reef breaks. The south coast has the beach break of Praa Sands, and Cornwall's north coast is also within easy driving distance. Other points of interest include Flambards Theme Park, the National Seal Sanctuary, The Eden Project, Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station, Minack Theatre, National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Roskilly’s Ice Cream and Organic Farm, or the towns of St. Ives, Falmouth, and Helston.