If you are looking for a unique stay, why not enjoy a leisurely break in your very own traditional red London double decker bus, a fantastic experience to share with friends.
Quirky and designed to mirror the novel cover of At Bertram’s Hotel, this property intertwines a modern feel with a 1950s, Agatha Christie theme, bringing guests a memorable adventure all-year-round.
The ground floor of the bus comprises of a day bed, with the exceptional addition of a cocktail bar and record player, for a home away from home experience.
Follow the quirky posters over to the shower room which has been thoughtfully designed, whilst the comfy twin beds promise a peaceful night's sleep one day to the next.
The intriguing stairway leads up to the next floor, here you can enjoy a home cooked meal prepared in the retro kitchen, before cosying up in front of the TV, or settling down in the double bed, excellently positioned for admiring the interior.
The plot is situated in a two acre field surrounded by mature trees with a herd of five grazing alpacas as well as pygmy goats, donkeys, chickens and ducks, leading down to two fishing lakes stocked with carp.
An occasional site for six touring caravans at the opposite end of field.
In the village of Harltand, there is a long main street, with cottages either side, a post office, general store and also a fish and chip shop coming soon (open in August), all of which are introducing the town square and the church of St John.
Enjoy views of the coastline in the British Isles from Hartland Point, there are many vantage points, accessible by car or on foot, from which you can take in views of the coast.
Not far away is Hartland Quay, with much to uncover, all adding to this one-of-a-kind stay in Bertram's Hotel.
About the location
Meddon 5.5 miles.
The village of Hartland, whose parish includes the hamlet of Stoke to the west and the village of Meddon in the south, is the most northwesterly settlement in the county of Devon, England. The town of Hartland is remote and hosts many craft shops and potteries in addition to cafés and restaurants. There is a long main street, with cottages either side, leading to the town square and the church of St John. Enjoy views of the coastline in the British Isles from Hartland Point. There are many vantage points, accessible by car or on foot, from which you can admire views of the coast. Not far away is Hartland Quay, with much to see and available accommodation. A local Shipwreck Museum is certainly worth a visit.
Note: Hot tub is available on request only, please contact owner to book in specific slots.