A gorgeously romantic retreat with a difference, The Cornish Airstream is an icon in aluminium that has been fully re-fitted for modern glamping. This vintage silver bullet is both glamorous and comfortable, furnished with thought to the very last detail (by an interior designer, no less!) and the ideal place for chilling out in the hot tub, star gazing and simply putting a smile on your face.
Inside is just as special as outside, the open plan living-area is both pleasing on the eye and functional, with all you could need. There's a small but perfectly formed kitchen area, complete with an electric induction hob, combination oven and fridge, and sitting-area with TV. The bedroom - with unique curved king-size bed - is tucked away at one end of the Airstream along with the super-stylish shower-room. Centrally heated throughout and with a toasty wood-burner for those cosy evenings in, this is a great retreat whatever the weather.
The Cornish Airstream sits within its very own patio and garden area, so you can dine al fresco, read a book, have a snooze in the sun or relax in the hot tub until your heart's content. You are more than welcome to explore the owners' fabulous neighbouring gardens too - speaking of which, the owners live on site and are more than happy to advise on the best places to visit etc, but also respect your privacy and will very much leave you to enjoy your holiday. If you want to make this a break away with friends they can stay in the Panoramic Silverbullet (4646) also within the grounds, yet private and out of sight of each other.
Not only does this fabulous location boast beautiful views across the Glynn Valley, it's a great base for exploring Cornwall too, with the main trainline nearby and easy access to the A38. Exploring Bodmin Moor on foot is a must or why not head to the coast - charming Looe, trendy Fowey and picturesque Charlestown are all well worth a visit. The trails at nearby Cardinham Woods and Lanhydrock are popular with cyclists, as is the renowned Camel Trail. For avid golfers, the course at Hobourne is just around the corner and, if you fancy some live entertainment, check out the 'open air' Moorland Sterts Theatre (this operates during the summer months).
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Induction hob, combination microwave, fridge, TV and wood-burner
Bedroom with king-size double bed (5')
Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
*A baby under six months old (non-crawler) is welcome, please bring your own moses basket.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Picnic table, sun loungers and barbecue
- 3 Infra-red heating panels
- Logs for wood-burner
An Airstream with a view (and a hot tub!).
This large patio/garden area is all yours to enjoy.
By day or by night, a great place to unwind.
A soak in the bubbling hot tub under the stars is a must.
The interior is just delightful.
Looking from the lovely living area to the bedroom.
The bedroom has a unique curved king-size bed.
Breakfast in bed - bliss!
Snuggle up in the sitting-area of an evening.
The warming wood-burner ensures year-round cosiness.
The kitchen is small but perfectly formed, with all you could need.
Hot and cold running water on-tap.
There's even a shower-room!
Complete with electric shower.
And WC and wash-basin.
There's a heated towel rail too.
The Airstream has been furnished with thought to the very last detail (by an interior designer, no less!).
Charming features all-round.
Colourful touches add to the charm.
Enjoy the stunning views across the Glynn Valley from inside and out.
The Airstream in all its glory.
Sun loungers are on-hand.
Grab a book, sit back and relax.
A truly unique place to stay.
Dine inside or out, the choice is yours.
What cooler place to stay than an Airstream?
So much history.
An icon in aluminium.
You'll want to return time and time again.
Bubble your troubles away in the hot tub.
Glistening in the sunshine.
Getaway from the every day at this fabulous Airstream.
If you want to get out and about, the renowned Camel Trail winds its way from Wenford Bridge along wooded valleys and the Camel Estuary out to Padstow on the north coast.
Popular Padstow can be reached via the Camel Trail and is very much worth a visit.
The trails at nearby Cardinham Woods are popular with cyclists too.
Enjoy a day at the trendy sailing town of Fowey with its waterside bars and cafes, shops and galleries.
Bodmin Moor, with its 100 square miles of wide-open spaces and rock formations is within easy reach.
Head off to Charlestown with its historic harbour and tall ships - a familiar sight for Poldark fans.