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Here at Middleton Mill Farm we enjoy an idyllic setting within the Blackdown Hills, with 30 acres of pasture and ancient listed woodland. We are a small farm rearing rare breed Large Blacks & Gloucester Old Spot pigs, Soay Sheep from the Isles of Soay (a rare breed dating back to the Bronze Age), and free range blue egg laying Araucana chickens.
Nestled beside the River Bolham are a pair of unique Reading Vardo's, a perfect and tranquil setting to hide away from the outside world and enjoy the company of those closest to you. Each having their own personal shower room and toilets just a few feet away.
Specially designed to offer traditional accommodation, but with the utmost luxury and comfort. Rosina sleeps upto 4, having a large top bunk and slightly smaller lower bunk. There is a fully functional yet compact kitchen, also a pull out dining table that will also seat upto 4 and a log burner
Purchased from a museum in Dorset, Gypsy-lea was believed to be built in 1914, in Reading. With a few minimal tweaks we have updated to maximise our everyday comforts without taking away any original features. With the original Queenie log burner, which had been used for cooking, we have installed a fully equipped and functional compact kitchen. Also with seating area double top bunk.
Roma is a light and airy spacious caravan and is thought to be the Rolls Royce of caravans. You will find Roma-Buccaneer situated in the lower field facing the River Bolham with views down the valley, and country walks on your doorstep. It is fitted with cut glassed mirrors, contained bedroom, sofa bed and fully fitted kitchen. The Buccaneer was the next step on from the original Romani Caravans you tend to see in Museums now, offering luxury, space and comfort on their travels. Beautifully designed with waved fitted units, 1/4" thick cut glass mirrors with bows, and glass ceiling roses. As gypsies didn't agree with water being in their homes these were always dry units, although as years have gone by and non-Romanis have aquired them, a few have had kitchen sinks installed, as does this one. Just a few feet away are your own personal shower room and toilets.