True Gypsy Wagon Experience in Dorset
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
Half-bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
Half-bath
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Looking out over the rolling hills of the Dorset countryside, this basic yet beautiful Gypsy wagon will allow you to relax into the peace of the countryside.
Lots of footpaths run through 250 acres of ancient woodland just up the road.
Half an hour drive from Stonehenge. There is local pub and a well stocked farm shop at the end of the road.
Perfect for meditation or yoga retreats, artist getaways or just a calm place to sleep for the weekend with a good bottle of Malt.


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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed

House Rules

- smoking allowed but outside of the wagon please.
- if you are bringing a child, please be aware that there is only one bed, a double and that entrance to the wagon is a step and the interior of the wagon has hard edges.

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Some pet(s) live in the house

Cancellations

Flexible

Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.


Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Kate User Profile
September 2017
What a lovely secluded spot for a bit of down time! Don't expect any mood cons or any phone signal, but that is definitely it's charm. Lovely place, would love to visit again.

Lydia User Profile
September 2017
If you want back to basics cosy country stay than you will love this. Its not 5 star luxuary but it doesnt need to be. We stayed on a wet cold day but once inside with the fire going all our cares melted away. I could have stayed and enjoyed the tranquilty much longer.

Rachel User Profile
September 2017
We had a lovely, relaxing weekend in this beautiful hut. It was very basic but we were not surprised because it was exactly what it said on the tin. Great way to escape the city for a bit!

Simon User Profile
August 2017
Stay in Stephanie's wagon was awesome, situated in the middle of nowhere, no-one for miles even on a roasting hot August bank holiday. Enjoyed cooking on an open fire, relaxing and playing music into the night. Lots of friendly dogs around. Stephanie was great and very accomodating. Wagon was cosy and nicely decorated, we didn't spend an awful to of time there apart from to sleep because the weather was too nice. Lots of lovely cycling and walking around the area, could cycle the few miles into Shaftsbury in the morning to get pastries from the bakery. Great swim spot down the road too.

Eva User Profile
August 2017
The gypsy caravan is very quirky and original. The bed was comfortable and we enjoyed cooking outdoors. A fun experience and Stephanie was a wonderful host.

Georgina User Profile
August 2017
Lovely stay, quiet surroundings, comfy bed! Stephanie was very responsive to messages and really friendly.

Kimberley User Profile
August 2017
We had a great stay in the gypsy van. Stephanie was lovely and made us feel very welcome. The fire pit was great for making tea, cooking dinner and chilling out at in the evening. We were with other vans and Stephanie had a van she stayed in on the property, however she had the van face towards the open field so you felt like we were alone. Great forest walk in the area and very peaceful. I would suggest this a place to stay for people who love the outdoors. :)

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Stephanie User Profile

Hi! I am the designer and builder of Midnight Flit. She was a "little project" I started last year after I stayed in a Romany wagon on the road side.
I caught the travelling bug at a young age and Flit is a fantastic way to keep that spark alive. I love this wagon to bits and really hope that whoever comes to stay will love her too.
I live to be outside. I am a gardener, traveller and am always trying out new things. Next on my list of things to learn is willow weaving, or maybe wood turning. Perhaps you could leave me an idea in my wagon journal when you come to visit.

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