Be prepared to fall in love with this adorable tiny house wagon in rural England. The tiny shepherd's hut can accommodate up to 2 guests with one bed and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire tiny house on wheels to yourself. The tiny house wagon is located in Medstead, United Kingdom, and this wagon in the woods is cozy, self-contained and bespoke. This tiny house vacation idea is ideal for anyone who wants an escape to the countryside. The tiny house features include a double bed, hot tub, settee, table, bath, basin, toilet, cooker, fridge, heating, beautiful views, campfire with barbecue grill and covered outdoor seating area.
The huge window in the tiny house floods the space with light. The tiny bath is revealed by lifting a trap door in the floor at the base of the window, the perfect spot to relax and watch the cows pass by. You have the privacy of being in the woods but have an internal flushing toilet, hot water, and more. The main beam and tables for the tiny house have been built from trees that came down in a storm a few years ago. The owners provide free bubble bath, marshmallows, wagon wheels, and firewood for a campfire.
The wagon is fenced for you and the small woodland is yours to enjoy. There is a path right up to the wagon lit at night. The Watercress Train line runs alongside the valley. There is a large off-road parking spot at the plum cottage. Public transport in this area is not good as the location is in the sticks.
The exterior of this cozy tiny house wagon has plenty of wood and a lovely shade of green for the door. Before you enter through the front door there is a nice sized deck, a place where you can sit back relax and enjoy a cup of tea, or stargaze at night. Outside there is also a hot tub, where you can soak in the hot water and look out across the fields. From the comfy bed, you have beautiful views, where early birds can watch the sunrise. Inside you can relax in the bath and look out across the fields with complimentary bubble bath provided. The tiny house also has Bistro seating on the front deck perfect for watching the sunset.
Wagons are often called gypsy vardo wagons or caravans and have a long and colorful history. You'll still find today people who travel in this traditional horse-drawn wagon that was used by the British Romani people for use as their home on the road. Typically the tiny houses on wheels have a chimney, these tiny homes are usually thought of as being intricately carved, sometimes gilded, brightly painted, and overall highly decorated. The British Romani tradition of the gypsy vardo wagon is seen culturally as being an artistic tiny home design and a work of wood art. In its heyday, the gypsy vardo wagons lasted for about 70 years, from the mid-1800s through to the first twenty years of the twentieth century.
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