The Original Magnificent 7 - The Wagon at Puckshipton
When you walk around Puckshipton, you see so much of owner James Noble’s beautiful woodwork that you’re almost expecting the wagon by the time you get to it. James, buoyed by the wagon’s popularity and probably unable to stop himself, has since followed it with The Ark, his second inhabitable creation.
This stuck out from the start with its clean white look, although back then it was called, strangely enough, The Ekopod. It’s still going strong with its new name and has now been joined by designer Simon’s second space, The Curve.
The Original Magnificent 7 - Sapperton Yurt at Westley Farm
A bathroom in an old horsebox (no, really, with a proper bathtub) and one of the most romantic and secluded escapes we’ve seen. Westley Farm also have three other yurts, all tucked away in their own clearings, but Sapperton was the one that started it all for us.
Here at Canopy & Stars we’ve done a little bit of crystal ball gazing and a whole lot of listening to our guests and come up with our top tips for 2012 travel trends. From taking super private dips in your own body of water or learning how to handle a longbow, to taking all your friends on honeymoon with you, holidaying in 2012 is all about new experiences and these are ones you’ll definitely want to tell your friends about when you come home.