Caravan Riding a Tree Winning Rave Reviews On Airbnb
As you would expect from a reputable Caravan Tv brand like us at Goodmans, we are always interested in any unique stories that may appear in the news from time to time about how people use their caravan … and, well, we think we may have found who is trapped.
The story, as reported by the Daily Mail, involves Bogancloch Treehouse in Rhynie, Scotland, which is not a typical tree house for one simple reason: the caravan actually lifts almost 13 feet onto a tree. Caravan Riding a Tree Winning Rave Reviews On Airbnb
Yes, that’s right – this is a 1960s touring caravan with what its own owner has described as a “shabby” interior and no electricity, internet or main bathroom facilities – so in a nutshell, unfortunately not the most comfortable place to set up a TELEVISION caravan. Caravan Riding a Tree Winning Rave Reviews On Airbnb
However, it did not prevent unusual holiday protection from collecting an impressive average rating of 4.5 out of five on Airbnb leasing sites, out of 122 reviews. Caravan Riding a Tree Winning Rave Reviews On Airbnb
A unique experience for tourists
The letter reports that unconventional accommodation is offered for just £ 17 a night, which is a very impressive price when one considers its history – formerly a prop film.
Well, that’s technically at least the case: it appeared in the 2011 short film entitled Two Years at Sea, where the only actor was the owner of the caravan, merchant mariner Jake Williams. After the filming ended, instead of bringing the caravan away from the high ground, he started renting it.
Nevertheless, it is fair to say that Airbnb’s description of his accommodation is simple, in which he urges the prospective guest to “bring your own sleeping bag (or sheet) … but may feel comfortable.”
Needless to say, those who live seem to have time in their lives. As one guest wrote to one of the many glowing reviews: “We agree that Jake can do a negative review, to offset all the joyous praise that the tree house has acquired and generally lower the expectations of people.
“Unfortunately, as I pointed out to him, the tree house must have been more uncomfortable, the landscape much more beautiful and the person much less friendly and pleasant for this to be something less glowing.”
Why not enliven your own caravan in a slightly more conventional way?
Unfortunately, on Goodmans TV, we can not give you the means to lift your caravan up a tree, or for it would definitely recommend it. What we can do, however, is promising a slightly more conventional sensation in the form of sleek and full-featured LED TVs.
Why not buy your product from the latest product range to date, to make sure you really take advantage of your upcoming summer vacation – wherever you and your caravan spend it? Caravan Riding a Tree Winning Rave Reviews On Airbnb