Quirky bespoke wagon with undercover hot tub surrounded by Hampshire fields and woodland.
Wagon in the Woods is owned and managed by Ralph Westmacott.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Ralph Westmacott.
Magical, quirky and surprising, this hand crafted wagon is a unique place to unwind and relax in the lovely Hampshire countryside. Step through the timber fencing and green trees, onto the gravel pathway which leads to this wonderful wagon. A trickling water feature and cute bird box set the atmosphere for what is bound to be a magical stay.
Take the few steps into the wagon, through the welcoming green front door and be instantly enchanted with the charming interior. Curved wooden beams run across the traditional wagon roof, pot plants sit along the narrow shelf and light floods in through the large circular window at the far end. A small cooker, hob and fridge are found by the doorway and underneath the bed a secret drawer pulls out and is full of crockery, cutlery, teas and coffee.
The wagon is full of secrets and surprises; a tiny picture on the wall pulls open to reveal a window, a hidden bench and fold down table easily pull out to provide seating for easy breakfasts; and a trapdoor is lifted to reveal a submerged bathtub, perfectly positioned for watching the livestock amble across the neighbouring field. At the heart of the wagon is the large, handmade double bed with a comfy mattress and good quality, cosy linens and duvets to snuggle under for a great night's sleep.
Beyond the wagon there are two further areas for guests' exclusive use. Head to the barrel hot tub and soak while marvelling at the owners' use of stripped cherry trunks to create the walls and roofing. A cute wood burner, with cut-out shapes which glow brightly at night, and a small bar area, makes this a wonderful place to relax and take in the tranquil surroundings.
For days and nights when it is wet or chilly, a dining area with wood fired pizza oven and plenty of logs and kindling ensures supper time can be enjoyed whatever the weather.
Take an evening stroll into the local village which has a nice pub, The Castle of Comfort, for cosy pints and dinner. And for avid outdoors enthusiasts, there are many cycling and hiking routes which also run through the village.
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