Gypsy accommodation are typically caravans and cabins, and from around the early 20th century. These restored accommodations were used by traveling gypsies and are decorated with traditional gypsy interiors like wood, mirrors, sequins and other colorful details.
What a name. Is it a play on “behemoth” meaning large or monstrous? Is it a portmanteau of “beer” and “moth” referring to a drunk ghost butterfly (maybe that’s why they keep bumping into bulbs)? Whatever the etymology, the reality is a B&B experience you’ll never forget. Stay in this …
Self-catering holidays in England. Not the most attractive proposition is it? You’re probably thinking of rainy campsites and the horrors to be endured in the communal shower block. But there are some amazing experiences to be had if you know where to look. Take, for example, “Quirky Holidays” in Cornwall, …
The Farm is a creative project by husband and wife, Surya and Ritu Singh. It resides on a 16-acre plot close to the cosmopolitan center of the region, Jaipur. The whole hotel is made from recycled materials and seeks to be original in design and concept. Each room is detached …
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Deep in the rolling hilled wine regions of France, you can find a selection of beautifully restored traditional Gypsy Caravans. These are available for hire and are decorated in four different styles reflecting all kinds of Gypsy Heritage. You can be transported into a lifestyle that hasn’t changed for centuries …