An original DAF army truck that has been cleverly restored, creating a comfortable and well-equipped base suitable for all that come to stay. Set in the Wye Valley, you can make the most of the great outdoors.
The small rural village of Llangwm is set deep within the countryside of the Wye Valley and within easy reach of the traditional market towns of Usk and Chepstow which offer a variety of shops, cafes, and restaurants. A haven for lovers of the outdoors and thrill-seekers, there is easy access into the Wye Valley where you can canoe, climb, fish, and dive, The Forest of Dean for mountain biking and high wire climbs, and The Brecon Beacons for mountains and caves. For a more leisurely stay, there are historic sites, castles, ancient monuments, museums and galleries to explore, including Tredegar House, The Big Pit, Tintern Abbey, and Chepstow Castle, or you could discover the vibrant city of Cardiff.
Set in a peaceful location overlooking open countryside, this is a unique opportunity, for the more adventurous traveller to enjoy a stay in a converted DAF army truck. Accessed via wooden steps to the side, the open plan area inside includes a small camping kitchenette with a two-ring gas stove, microwave, a sink, a fridge with an ice compartment, toaster and kettle. After a busy day exploring the beautiful Wye Valley and surrounding area, there are two comfortable sofas with a table in the centre where you can relax with a book or watch the wall-mounted TV. One of the sofas is easily converted into a king size bed, and if you have children along with you for the adventure, there are two built-in bunk beds that they will love. Complete with a shower room with small sink and WC, the truck has everything you will need.
Outside, start your day by taking a seat in the front of the truck, enjoying your morning coffee. There is a covered private terrace housing the wood - fired hot tub, with a table and chairs and charcoal BBQ, storage for bikes and canoes, and off-road parking for two cars.