The Mollycroft. A Glamper’s Delight.

The “Mollycroft” is an old 1940’s living van located in Yorkshire. The dwelling which is now a vacation rental used to serve a home while touring for the family that owned it. The Mollycroft has been recently renovated but kept many of it’s original features during its’ overhaul.

The living area can easily sleep four people with one of the beds located in the bunkroom, which also serves as a kitchen. If the front deck were larger with a roof, it would add to the usable space and make permanent living all the more comfortable.

The Mollycroft reminds me of what could be done with a Spartan trailer or a large airstream here in the United States. Purchasing a piece of land and parking something like this with the intention of a permanent residence is an inexpensive and attractive solution for living tiny for relatively cheap. Here are some photos of The Mollycroft, enjoy.

Photo credits Canopy & Stars

If you’d like to learn more about The Mollycroft and be a guest you can see available dates here.

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5 Comments → “The Mollycroft. A Glamper’s Delight.”

  1. Annie Blair

    Mar 07, 2012

    OH MY GOSH it is so cute and where did they get that stove?! I love it! I wish I could see the light fixture in the entry better- soo adorable!


    • Steven

      Mar 07, 2012

      I wish I knew where they got that stove. It’s about all one would need in a tiny house.


  2. Don

    Mar 11, 2012

    Here’s one tiny stove, of many, made in the USA. Fatsco Stoves:


  3. Stellah

    Mar 18, 2012

    I saw an add just in the past few days for “tiny” wood and gas stoves that were very cute, but now can’t find the ad. They also sold marine stoves that are small enough for boats. I also saw some called Tiny Tot and Pet stoves. I’m sure i saw them on the TinyHouseBlog or Tiny House Listings.


    • Kathy

      May 04, 2012

      Do a search for marine woodstoves or heaters. There are some nice ones out there but I can’t recall the maker right now.


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