The long wagon of Ragnarr is a beautiful, simple space on its own, but when you start to look around your corner of Spring Park, you find it’s the centre of a brilliant adventure. You can BBQ on the deck and be entertained by the starlit skies, soak in the hot tub after a day out exploring or stage a private screening of your favourite movie in the cinema shed. On the inside, Ragnarr makes the most of every inch of space.
The well-equipped kitchen is at one end and has everything you need if you don’t fancy cooking outdoors, while the king-sized bed folds neatly up into the wall to reveal a table and sofa seating. The child’s sleigh bed is in a small separate room just off the main living area and the wood-burner is central, to fill the whole space with warmth and a gentle glow.
Owners Kitty and Paddy now have eight various vehicles and structures hidden around their property, so you might meet other guests from time to time, but Ragnarr is in its own secluded area of Spring Park and the space, hot tub and cinema shed are just for you. Spring Park itself is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so just by sitting quietly outside Ragnarr, you’ll see birds, bats and possibly even deer wandering through the gardens. If you fancy more active days to earn your hot tub time, then Dartmoor and Bodmin are nearby and you can reach both coasts in no time.
The 18-mile, largely traffic-free Camel Trail is great for exploring the countryside especially for beginner cyclists and if all that exercise works up an appetite, there are country pubs all round to fuel you back up. The Springer Spaniel, walkable from Ragnarr, is a favourite of Kitty and Paddy.