Living in luxury has almost nothing to do with the great houses. People make small homes out of trailer boxes, and the interior of even such tiny homes is a fantasy for the spectators. If you are a camper or a minimalist, a small trailer or a vehicle home is the ideal choice for you. In case you just want to camp in the gorgeous countryside with less mess of camping, these glamping pods changed from vintage vehicles are just amazing.
The exterior of this glamping pod which is located in the north of Scotland is pretty bizarre. It is a vintage horse trailer on a family farm spread over 4 acres of the Caledonian forest. The house is made almost completely of reclaimed materials and features a large skylight, a solar shower, and a composting toilet.
The huge is a 1950’s fire truck parked at an Edwardian Manor in the lustrous Cairngorms which is precisely designed for two-person living space. A Victorian brass bed, an oak floor, and a wood-burning stove make the home a classic camping space.
The 1960s vintage Constructam caravan which is parked by the Camusdarach Beach, with a wonderful view of the nearby mountains. The Constructam caravans were first made in Belgium and are rarely seen in the UK. This one highlighting retro ornaments, fairy lights, pictures, bunting, and flowers is just the peace of your dreams.
The Bus Stop looks slightly like a trailer house but only 10 times much more amazing. The bright exterior well complements the modern interior of the house. The hot tub outside is the absolute place for your morning coffee.
This is the mobile military intelligence and radio repair unit converted to a brilliant and unique pod at the Isle of Skye. Based in the heart of wildlife preserve, Boris stands near a traditional Scottish croft, the owners of which will give you a jeep tour of the island.
You might want to start preparing a vacation with your squad in the 12-berth barge at the top of Neptune’s Staircase on the Caledonian Canal. The Ross Crana converted from a Dutch transport ship offers a gorgeous view of Ben Nevis.
The 1950’s showman’s wagon, first used as accommodation for circus performers is an award-winning boutique hotel. Standing on the grounds of Monachyle Mhor in Perthshire, the house offers a grand view of Loch Voil.
The Highland village of Rogart offers a wonderful collection of vintage vehicles “Sleeperzz” to its visitors. The collection covers many 1960 railway carriages, which might just be a dream coming true for someone who love trains. These are available for rent at £17 per person per night.
The Reliant is a fishing trawler at a very popular Scottish harbor turned to a guest house with the capacity to accommodate 12 people. It holds an individual bed and breakfast basis for each of its customers and also welcomes dogs.
We are so excited over this camping treat packed in luxury because undoubtedly, it is far more super exciting than trucks, trailers, vans, and train carriages. The Sea King search and rescue helicopter turned to a high-end glamping pod holds a lavish lounge in its cockpit and a bed in the tail.