Cold War Campervan Rental for an Authentic Outdoor Experience in Penzance, EnglandPenzance, England (United Kingdom)
Cold War Campervan Rental for an Authentic Outdoor Experience in Penzance, England
Campervan rental | England | Penzance glamping
This campervan was built in 1972 for the Cold War and has been converted into a vacation rental in Penzance, England. The exterior of the van is painted in a camouflage fashion, giving it a truly authentic feel. Inside, guests will find comfort in the sleek modern design and decor. It can accommodate up to four guests comfortably. There is a full-size bed as well as full-size bunk beds. The bathroom facilities include an eco toilet and a shower in a converted horsebox trailer, both located only a few steps from the van. Linens are provided.
The kitchen equipment includes a small wood-burner, a two-ring gas stove, a sink, cutlery, and crockery. Other facilities include electricity, heating, and parking.
The property itself functions as an equestrian center, offering fantastic facilities to horse riders. These include a 60x40-meter indoor school, a dressage arena, and a jumping paddock. For those who wish to bring their own horse along, stabling and paddocks are available. Guests will have access to a toilet and a shower. The rental comes with a wood-burning stove and a gas hob.
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
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Location and surroundings
Penzance, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
Residing at an equestrian center offers guests easy access to horseback riding, whether it be on their own horse or one that belongs to the school. As they will be on the coast, glampers will find themselves surrounded by white sandy beaches where they can spend the day relaxing, tanning, swimming, surfing, and building sandcastles. Swimmers can also enjoy the Art Deco Jubilee lido swimming pool, overlooking Mount's Bay on the only promenade in Cornwall. Guests are highly encouraged to take a boat out to St Michael's Mount, the island that is home to a castle that resembles one of a fairytale.
Art and history lovers will find a plethora of museums and galleries, including the Penlee House Museum, which displays a diverse collection of paintings, antiques, and artifacts. The Morrab Gardens are another recommended excursion, featuring Victorian landscaping and subtropical plant species. Simply biking and hiking are always popular as well.