Welcome to our vintage broad guage Norwegian railway carriage - it's not camping, it's very cool, very comfortable self catering in a beautiful location......
In case you hadn't guessed, it's called Hole Station here because it actually was a station, on the last light railway to be built in England - 1926, closed 1965.
This lovely old lady, a long retired teak clad Norwegian carriage, built in the 1920's, has been restored and converted into unique holiday accommodation for up to four people featuring two bedrooms (one with a double bed, one with two singles), each with en-suite facilities, a sitting room and kitchen diner.
Overlooking woods and a wildflower meadow in one of the quietest places in the beautiful Devon countryside, taking a break here and unwinding just isn't hard - particularly when you are sitting on your private platform, glass in hand overlooking the meadow with your chimenea blazing (we sell logs in reception).
And when you want a change of scenery, take a stroll through the natural deciduous woodland, which is managed for the benefit of wildlife. The dawn chorus is quite something else, and on a clear night amazing views of the heavens - no light pollution here.
The carriage is self catering, but if you don't want to cook (hey, you're on holiday!) well we have an on site cafe for breakfast, there are loads of great country pubs serving great lunch and dinners nearby and Liz, your hostess, supplies yummy home made ready meals which you can order when booking or on site.
For days out you are spoiled for choice, take a look at the local info page for some ideas of things to do and places to visit.