An airstream from the 1970s has been converted into a cosy glamping stay, complete with a private hot tub, countryside views, and access to a bustling seaside resort.
The 1974 Airstream Argosy in Devon is located right by Woolacombe and a short walk from the village’s pubs, restaurants, not to mention one of the UK’s most beautiful beaches.
Inside, the home has everything you need for a comfortable stay. There’s a double bedroom as well as a bathroom with a shower and toilet.
The open plan kitchen/dining area features some comfortable seating, a table and a TV, while the kitchen comes complete with an electric oven, gas hob and fridge so you can whip up some of your favourite meals. (Although there are pubs and restaurants within walking distance if you don’t fancy cooking one night).
Step outside, and you’ll be treated to some impressive views of the sprawling green surroundings, as well as Woolacombe itself.
There’s outdoor dining furniture if you want to take in the views over breakfast or for sunset cocktails. Or of course, there’s the home’s private outdoor hot tub which makes for a pretty tempting prospect if you’re going to sit and enjoy the surroundings.
The property, which sleeps up to two people, is actually located in private grounds shared with another holiday home, but the hot tub and deck are still private.
Woolacombe tends to be a particularly popular area during the summer holidays thanks to its family-friendly shores, with holiday parks and hotels often selling out quickly.
However, the good news for those looking for holidays is that the Air Stream still has some availability over the summer months.
When we took a look, we could find stays in August and October, although these tended to be shorter three-night stays.
Three-night stays start from £170pp, while week-long stays start from £212.50pp. You can find out more and book on stayindevon.co.uk.
Don’t be disheartened if you can’t quite make the dates work for you. We’ve got a guide to some UK holiday cottages that still have availability for the summer – and we’ve also rounded up some of the best shepherd’s hut stays if it’s a remote setting that you’re after.
Looking for fun things to see and do in the area? Holidaymakers have been leaving their recommendations on our sister site 2Chill, whether that be the best local pubs and restaurants they’ve found, the best beaches, or just fun things to explore while you’re on your holiday.
They’ve also previously shared some top tips for self-catering holidays from the key things to consider before you book, to the essentials you won’t want to forget to pack!
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