Wonderful wagon, beautifully bespoke, with its own hot tub and mezzanine for star-gazing beneath Hampshire skies.
Wagon and the Wigwam is owned and managed by Ralph Westmacott.
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This wonderful bespoke wooden wagon is the perfect spot for romantics looking for a simpler way of life whilst still indulging in life's luxuries. With its corrugated roof, timber beams and charming sun rise stain glass window in the door, and its accompanying wooden wigwam hot tub house, guests will fall in love with this lovely abode the moment they set eyes on it. And, surrounded by nature, woodland and meadows bursting with flora and fauna, visitors will love the outdoor areas where they can truly make the most of the environment without compromising on comfort.
At the far side of the open plan wagon, beyond the end of the bed, stands a resplendent cherry tree in the centre of the impressive floor-to-ceiling circular window. It creates a stunning focal point and sits beautifully against the lovely rural backdrop. Strung with pretty fairy lights it is an enchanting and soothing feature to enjoy before drifting off to sleep in the large double bed with crisp linens and cosy duvets. Heavy curtains can be drawn to keep out early light, or maybe leave them wide open and experience the first sunbeams of the day as they stream into the wagon.
Pull up to the wooden breakfast bar, brew a pot of coffee on the handy oven with electric hob, and enjoy watching the birds dip, butterflies flutter and deer bounce in the adjacent field. The kitchen area is small but perfectly well equipped with copper saucepans, a fridge and even a dishwasher. Whether making brunches which stretch into the afternoon, or romantic suppers, cooking is made a cinch. After dinner, head up to the star-gazing mezzanine where guests can relax in comfort while spotting the constellations from the warm, cosy cabin. On warmer months, visitors will be drawn to the outdoor seating area which hosts a fire pit where marshmallows can be toasted under the summer moon.
The Wagon and Wigwam are full of delightful touches which have been thoughtfully included to enhance guests' experiences, from the record player with vinyl to the bedside secret window and covered seating area with outdoor games and open fire.
When it's time to take a break from the wagon/wigwam wonderland, enjoy a gentle stroll into the nearby village, which has a lovely pub where visitors can enjoy a pint and some pub grub. There are many hikes and bike trails which run near the village and through the pretty green Hampshire fields.
From Previous Guests
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We stayed at this exeptional property for one night as a little birthday treat. It did not disappoint! Ralph has thought of everything, from candles in the wigwam to the eclectic vinyl collection. We cannot wait to come back! The perfect romantic retreat.
Stayed August 2022
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