The fancy Caravan in the Cotswolds
A penthouse flat of a caravan, the Warwick Knight takes the usual Tardis-esque space efficiently of mobile homes to glorious new heights. Once destined for the scrapheap, the vehicle is now enjoying a second life in an apple orchard in Gloucestershire, pimped up with raised ceilings, wide windows, and a lounge with a wood-burning fire; not to mention a double bed and bunk beds. You’ll find the most impressive addition, though, at the top of its spiral staircase – a rooftop garden complete with astroturf, parasol and cushions. It’s a great spot for a nightcap under the stars, gazing over the River Severn and the Cotswolds valleys beyond. You could happily while away a weekend stomping over them, stopping for a picnic or a pint in a rickety village pub. Warwick Knight’s owners can also arrange trips via a mode of transport even more old-school than their caravan – a horse and carriage.
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