Description of Little Oak Camping
Our Romany style caravan was built as a labour of love and is set in a leafy secluded spot in our 2 acre garden in rural Nottinghamshire.
Surrounding you is blissful green complete with pond and your own personal fire pit, with our sleepy campsite the other side of the trees.
The space has a delightful kitchen/living area and super comfy double bed.
There is electric light and heating, and the space is stocked with kitchen essentials, bedding and household items.
The new toilet and shower block is just a meander away.
The caravan has a kitchen/living area with double bed. There is also a small padded bench seat which can double up as a bed for a child, and a garden table and chair set for outdoor use.
You also have access to a fire pit where you can light a fire and enjoy cooking marshmallows which we will provide free of charge – as long as your find your own roasting stick! We can provide a full wheelbarrow of wood for a fiver.
Glamping is let on a self catering basis. Guests have access to a gorgeous garden and grounds.
As well as lots of great local produce available in the area, we have our own veg garden and you can buy seasonal vegetables and home-made jams and chutneys from our fruit trees.
And, if you book ahead we may be able to sort out a loaf or two of Andy’s delicious homemade bread!
We also welcome dogs, but ask that they are not left by themselves inside the caravan.
Romany Style Gypsy Caravan
- 1 Unit
- Sleeps: 2 Persons
- Toilets (Shared) , Showers (Shared)
- Towels(Yes) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
Everything you need is provided - including free marshmallows to roast on your fire.
The caravan has a kitchen/living area with double bed.
There is also a small padded bench seat which can double up as a bed for a child, and a garden table and chair set for outdoor use.
Other Accommodation at Little Oak Camping
We have a tent-only campsite the other side of the trees, as well as let out a family room in our house.
- Shared Showers
- Shared Toilets
- Fruit Trees
- Herb Garden
What to bring?
- Basic Provisions