This enchanting gypsy wagon hidden in a field hides a romantic bedroom, twinkling fairy lights and charming decor
- Australian holidaymakers have been enchanted by a charming gypsy wagon
- The fairy tale caravan is hidden in a field on Victoria’s Morning Peninsula
- Two guests can stay in the quirky accommodation for $202 per night
- The bohemian space can be transported up and down the coastline as required
Australian holidaymakers have been enchanted by a charming gypsy wagon hidden in a field on Victoria’s Morning Peninsula.
The highly Instagrammable accommodation, which is styled in vintage decor and comes with romantic twinkling fairy lights, is suitable for two guests with prices starting from $202 per night.
The bohemian space – which is listed on Glamping Hub Australia – can be transported to any of the available campsites on the Mornington Peninsula, all of which are just a short distance from the coastline and Saint Andrews Beach.
Glamping Hub Australia are giving holidaymakers the chance to stay in a romantic gypsy wagon (picture) hidden in a field on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula
Guests can enjoy an evening under the stars with mood-setting fairy lights
Guests can whip up a romantic dinner in the wagon’s kitchenette with the equipment provided and enjoy an evening under the stars on the adjacent patio which comes with garden furniture.
When it’s time to turn in, the spacious queen-sized bed and twinkling fairy lights are sure to send even the most committed night owls straight to sleep.
The wagon also comes complete with towels, linen and on-site parking.
The bohemian s[ace offers spectacular views of the Victorian coastline and Saint Andrews Beach
The caravan contains a spacious queen size bed perfect for two people
The unique gypsy wagon has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, Women’s Heath, TIME Magazine and the Oprah Magazine
In terms of entertainment, travelers can switch off from the rat race on one of the many ‘unforgettable’ bush walks while nature lovers can explore native wildlife in Bush Ranger Bay and Point Nepean just a half hours drive away.
The sites are also close to the famed Peninsula Hot Springs and picturesque towns of Frankston, Rosebud and Mornington.
The unique gypsy wagon has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, Women’s Heath, TIME Magazine and the Oprah Magazine.
Guests can enjoy a meal outdoors as they picnic using the wagon’s dining tables
The wagon is the perfect location for a romantic getaway with plenty of exciting activities to suit all tastes nearby
Glamping Hub boasts more than 35,000 listings of unique outdoor accommodations worldwide, with a special focus on properties immersed in nature.
The quirky offerings include tree houses, Mongolian yurts, tipis, safari tents, caves, airstreams and even igloos from Australia to Argentina.