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Neigh-Ver Thought About Creating An Extra Room From A Horsebox?

April 23rd 2013
By: Melanie

In 1979 Chris and Anne Yarrow bought a 2,000 woodland in East Sussex, built their own house and a timber-frame barn that became a visitor centre as more people came to explore the 62-acre wood.

They have now retired and their daughter Joanna and her partner Jonathan have taken over their legacy. As well as offering camping facilities in a unique outdoor living environment they also decided to offer more comfortable accommodation, by restoring a horse box.

The rustic wooden interior, emanates warmth and charm and it is easy to imagine both cold winter and summer evenings cosied up on the rug in front of the ornate woodburning stove, or around the fire pit they have created just outside.

The horse box lives in their woodland in Hadlow Down, in East Sussex, if you have been inspired by their small space conversion then why not visit their website @  http://www.wildernesswood.co.uk/camping/glamping or to book a stay in their accommodation visit the Canopy and Stars website.