1956 Airstream Bubble
- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 1 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Bathroom
- Breakfast included
- Editor's Pick
- A 1956 Airstream Bubble caravan parked on its own deck
- Easy glamping with separate kitchen with all mod cons and luxury bathrooms
- One of just three caravans in a small woodland site where campfires are allowed
The Owner Says
A small but perfectly formed Airstream, lovingly restored with comfy bed, dining area, hob, grill, sink & toilet. This 1956 Airstream Bubble sleeps two on a rather comfy memory foam mattress with all bedding and towels provided. It has a fully-equipped micro kitchen with a three-ring gas hob, small fridge, kettle and small grill. Tea and coffee and a locally-sourced breakfast hamper are provided for your arrival. It also features a small wardrobe and overhead cupboard, dining area, oil filled radiator for really chilly nights, electricity via UK plug sockets, travel hairdryer, blankets, DAB radio with iPod cable, lantern and torches, umbrella, chemical toilet for night time emergencies.
Outside the van is a decking area with a picnic bench, deckchairs and a fire pit (logs available).SHARED FACILITIES WITH THREE OTHER CARAVANS
- Brand new luxury bathroom with double shower wet room, double sink and toilet, plus additional shower room and toilet room.
- Brand new, fully equipped contemporary kitchen with espresso machine, halogen hob, fan assisted oven, fridge, dining table
- Gas and charcoal BBQs
- Outdoor games – boules pitch, quoits
- Indoor games – pool table, cards, Jenga, Dominos…
- Seven acres of land to roam.
About Tin Can Camping
Suitable ForCouples, families and groups who book-out all the accommodation are welcome. Unfortunately tents, campervans, caravans and dogs are not.
NearbyIt's a short drive (or long cycle) to the Norfolk Broadswhere you can hire boats for the day or dabble around in a canoe, while the coast is around 40 minutes by car – Southwold is probably the closest coastal town. Explore the pretty harbour or try your luck out on the famous pier. Recently revamped and renovated, it, too, is delightfully retro with deliberately low key attractions. It takes 5 minutes from the campsite to reach the beautiful market town of Loddon, home to a magnificent parish church cutting a n imposing presence off the main square. Pop your head in and take a look. It's 10 minutes further to Bungay, built within a meander of the River Waveney and home to several great gastro pubs (see food & drink).
Food & DrinkGuests are supplied with a very popular, locally sourced breakfast hamper containing (among other things) sausages, bacon, milk, bread, eggs, and potentially the best brownies ever from the local deli (vegetarian and vegan options also available). There are also plenty of top pubs within a 15 minutes drive, a particular favourite is The Castle Inn (01986 892283) in Bungay. There are plenty of farm shops, a twice monthly Saturday farmers market in Loddon. There's also an abundance of local vineyards and breweries in the area including Flint Vineyard (www.flintvineyard.com), Grain (01986 788884), Adnams (01502 727225) and St Peters(01986 782322).
Tin Can Camping is located at Birchway Farm, Birch Way, Mundham, Norfolk NR14 6EW