The Swallow's lorry body was built in 1962 by Vincents of Reading, on a chassis delivered directly from Bedford. During WW2 Vincents used their fine wood working skills to build Spitfire bodies, but after this period returned to commercial vehicles. The curves and attention to detail in the outside is quite special. It was bought from new by a retired army officer and lived with him near Exeter for many years. It came to Waterhay Farm in 2018 and after a long restoration has started a new life as a peaceful haven for your break.
Facilities inside The Swallow
Log burner - USB charging for mobile phones and tablets - Double sized bed with all linen provided - Generous lighting in all areas - Fridge (Small) - Gas single ring hob - Cold water - Battery powered radio - Torch - Kitchen utensils and crockery - Tea, coffee, sugar, salt & pepper - Double glazed full height patio doors
Facilities inside the bathroom
Gas powered shower - Hot and Cold running water - Compost toilet - Towels, bathmat and hand soap - Awesome view with flip up window. Outside sink and drainer with hot and cold water and bowl and washing up liquid for washing up.