Newdigate , Surrey
A beautifully refurbished antique workman’s wagon and a shepherd’s hut set on the edge of a private lake in the Surrey countryside.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
The Wagons is owned and managed by Chris Hall.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Chris Hall.
Located on the edge of a lake on a working farm in the Surrey countryside, The Wagons provide a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The Wagons are a traditional shepherd’s hut and a 130-year-old antique workman’s wagon, both beautifully renovated to create luxurious glamping accommodation. There’s room for two adults and two children, making them perfect for romantic long weekends or holidays with the family. Soak up the beautiful rural scenery from the private decking, wander around the 90-acre farm or simply sit back and relax in the outdoor copper bathtub.
Both wagons have a warm and welcoming atmosphere with a wood burner in one and an electric radiator in the other to keep you cosy whatever the weather. There’s a double bed in each wagon and you’ll also find a living space next to the wood burner and a fully-equipped kitchen. You can choose between cooking inside or outside on the BBQ or in the pizza oven.
You can fully embrace the outdoor lifestyle with a long soak in the freestanding copper bathtub out on the deck while enjoying the views across Surrey’s rolling countryside. There is also a shower room inside if you prefer. The deck is a great spot to simply sit and watch the local wildlife in its element. See if you can spot birds of prey, kingfishers, deer, owls, foxes and badgers. If you go for a wander around the farm, you’re likely to encounter even more wild and wonderful creatures and if you’re visiting at the right time of year, you’ll be able to forage for blackberries or wild garlic.
The Wagons are located on the edge of one of the farm’s private lakes which is well stocked with grass carp, common carp, pike and catfish and you’re more than welcome to cast a line. If you’re brave enough, you can also swim in the lake or, if you prefer, paddle on the surface in a rowing boat. If you’ve got your own paddleboard, bring it along and don’t forget the bikes to explore the local bridleways that cross the farm.
If you fancy a change of scene, there’s more to explore if you venture further into the local area. Head north to the pristine Buckland Park Lake or discover contemporary works of art in the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden. Go to Horsham for a special dinner at the Michelin star Restaurant Tristan or walk to one of the nearby country pubs for a hearty roast lunch. Denbies Vineyard is also nearby where you’ll be able to sample some delicious English wine.
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