Description of Wanderlusts Gypsy Caravans
Wanderlusts offer the only Horsedrawn Gypsy Caravan holidays and Stationary Gypsy Caravan glamping holidays in and around Cumbria and the Lake District.
Horsedrawn Gypsy Caravan Holiday:
Trundle along quiet country lanes in a traditional horse drawn gypsy caravan before camping up at one of our secluded camps where you can cook over an open fire paddle in the streams and immerse yourselves in nature and the great outdoors, before nestling up for the night in the cosy gypsy wagon.
3 or 4 night breaks available from £200 per night for a family of four.
Stationary Gypsy Caravan Holiday:
Wanderlusts have two traditional gypsy caravans complete with wood burning stoves located at the National Trust’s “Low Wray” campsite on the shore of Lake Windermere.
Each wagon is accompanied by a traditional “cottage tent” that is kitted out with comfy seating, a gas cooker and all the kitchenalia to prepare a feast!
3 or 4 night stays available from around £65 per night.
Horse Drawn Gypsy Caravans
- 3 Units
- Sleeps: 4 Persons
- Toilets (Shared) , Showers (Shared)
- Towels(No) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
The Gypsy Caravan is mostly made of wood, lined on the inside with a warm and regal fabric, then a layer of felted wool insulation and covered in traditional canvas, the wood work has quite a lot of carving, not only for beauty, but this also reduces the weight dramatically, which makes a big difference to the horses when pulling!!
Double bed (with bedding) plus sleeping mats for children (or adults) for which we ask you to bring sleeping bags/bedding.
- Shared Showers
Our Gypsy Wagons in situ are situated on The National Trust's Low Wray campsite where there are shared facilities.
Whereas our Horse Drawn Holidays are all private camps with private facilities.
- Children's Play Area
Our Gypsy wagons in situ are situated on The National Trusts Low Wray campsite where there are shared amenities.
From all our camps there are pubs within walking distance.
What to bring?
- Basic Provisions
In each wagon is a double bed with bedding.
There are sleeping mats for kids/extras for which we ask you to bring sleeping bags/bedding.
We suggest you bring outdoor clothes and footwear for all seasons.
There’s a gas hob for the kettle but we encourage you to bring food to cook on the fire.