The Experience living the dream

So....after you've decided a few things like where and when, what happens next and what exactly is included in the Airstream.


The kitchen has a microwave, 3 ring gas hob, gas oven & grill. There's a fridge and freezer, hot and cold water. There will be a welcome hamper bursting with goodies to get you started, including any special requirements you let us know you need.

All cutlery, china, glasses, mugs, pots, pans, kettle, toaster, utensils, tea towels, dish clothes, washing up liquid, salt, pepper etc are provided. If you'd like anything else, please let us know.


The bathroom has a shower, wash basin, loo, heated towel rail, magnifying mirror and vanity cupboard. Gorgeous towels will be on the heated towel rail. Quality hand wash and shower gel are provided as is special loo roll.


The bed in our 684 AIRSTREAM is permanent (no messing about making it up). Your comfy bed will be all ready and waiting for you. Fluffy duvet, quality pillows, so you can get the best nights sleep possible. Flat screen LCD TV at the foot of the bed, remote by your side, lovely. Wooden coat hangers in the wardrobe waiting for your clothes plus stacks of further storage space.

We also provide a torch, first aid kit & fire extinguisher.


As well as the zip dee awning there are 2 quality camping chairs and a table that can be used outside. We provide a disposable B.B.Q for your use. There are 2 body boards and a set of boules but you will need to bring your own bucket and spade.

What We Suggest You Bring

Firstly, a sense of fun and adventure is essential. Pack your clothes in a soft bag (so it will collapse in a cupboard when unpacked!) with the items you would normally take to a hotel for the weekend. If you have slippers, a dressing gown or leisure clothes bring them too. Bring your usual toiletries a camera and binoculars if you have them. A good book, DVD and a healthy appetite are always welcome.

How does everything work?

We want you to enjoy your Airstream experience, for that reason we strongly recommend that we do a 'handover' to the end user or a responsible, designated person. Much thought and care has gone into making everything as user friendly as possible, but there's no substitution for actually being shown. A very comprehensive handbook is provided which covers every aspect of the Airstream and how everything works.

What happens if something goes wrong?

There is a trouble shooting section in the handbook. However, we do offer telephone support for something more serious.