Vintage mobile home. Simple but cosy and comfy. Sleeps 2 /3 self catering. All amenities incl. bed linen/towels. If you prefer to bring your own linen then I will refund you £10 on arrival plus an extra £5 for each extra guest. However, it is advisable to bring a couple of extra towels if you are staying longer than a few days.
Set in a little garden in idyllic rural surroundings in area of outstanding natural beauty. Perfect for walkers or cyclists.
In 2015 I completely refurbished our old but comfortable static caravan sited in our sunny tranquil farm yard. It comprises of a simple but well equipped kitchen with fridge and gas cooker, plus most store cupboard food basics (condiments, tea, sugar etc.). spacious and comfortable lounge and dining area, and a new shower and bathroom. It has 2 bedrooms, one small double and one single. If required a 3rd separate bed can be made up on the lounge settee. There is free Wi-Fi and a small television. On cold nights the caravan is kept toasty warm with a coal effect electric fire and oil filled electric radiators. Buck House is situated down a lovely little lane in the depths of the country, but still have easy access to all town and village amenities. Kirkby Malzeard is only just over one mile away. The caravan has a fully enclosed little garden shared with the cottage you see in the photo, with BBQ and seating. At night if you are outside you can hear the owls hooting.
Min 3 nights, or by arrangement for 2 nights with a £10 supplement per night. If you are only staying a couple of days or so and dont want to cater for yourself, I can provide a continental style breakfast for you yourself at a small extra charge.
A small well behaved dog is also welcome at an extra charge of £3 per day or £20 per week.
I have a washing machine in the barn in the farmyard which guests are welcome to use for a small charge. there is a washing line in the garden.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will be able to explore lovely countryside on foot or by bike. Our land includes permissive access for walkers. We have a river adjoining the property which is perfect for paddling. We keep horses and ponies and domestic livestock and would be happy to introduce children to our family of hens, sheep, shetland pony and many more.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are quite busy ourselves around the farm but enjoy new company and are happy to help in any way guests wish. And well behaved children are most welcome! The caravan is really only big enough for 3 adults or a couple with 2 small children. There is a £10 surcharge per night on any guest over 3 yrs. So if you decide to book, dont count children under 3yrs.
dogs are not generally allowed, but if you have 1 very well behaved dog then please discuss this with us. There is a £3.00 per day surcharge should you bring a dog, payable in cash when you arrive.
Any guest staying with us does so purely at his own risk. We accept no responsibility for any loss or inury incurred during their stay with us.
Please note: While we do our best to provide free wi-fi in the caravans, we cannot guarantee constant internet connection in this rural area. Occasionally the wi-fi fails in the caravan and guests are welcome to use our house to log on, so please be understanding. The farm is not suitable for those who totally rely on extensive internet access. There is no mobile phone coverage in the caravans but can be accessed via Wi-Fi calling, or by finding a signal outside.
We expect guests to respect our private property and the surrounding countryside. Enjoyment and entertaining is just fine, but not at the expense of the peace and quiet of others living here. And it is essential that our animals are not handled or interfered with in any way without our permission or supervision. Apart from Flossie the dog or Beanie the cat!
There is a strict No Smoking policy in the caravan but guests are welcome to smoke outside so long as they are away from farm buildings.
I love living in the country. I have lots of animals (plus 2 grown up children). I have worked with horses all my adult life and especially love National Hunt racing. Despite this I am an avid reader, enjoy writing comic vignettes and little plays and have an ambition to visit Delphi because I have always had an interest in Greek mythology. Oh, and I like to make rather badly sown quilts for my grandchildren.
I like almost any food except BBQ flavoured crisps.
My life motto is to live life to the full and enjoy each day as much as possible. Oh what a cliche!