Melisa is a retro 2 berth caravan overlooking paddocks of beautiful, graceful llamas
Melisa, the Peruvian spelling of Melissa, a Greek name meaning ‘honeybee’, is at the zenith of its popularity in the country of Llamas.
Melisa has a small kitchenette with the original cooker (three gas burners), fridge and sink with draining board. She has a larder cupboard in which we have installed a microwave.
The living area has seating on both sides around a freestanding table.
Hotel quality linen with luxury duvet for the double bed is also provided together with pillows and soft fluffy towels.
Melisa has her own fire pit with comfortable dining and lounging areas where you can relax on a summer's evening. There is also a BBQ with charcoal provided.
Utilities provided for your use
Hot and cold running water
Sink, stove top and fridge
Electric heater for chilly days
Off road parking
Fire pit (logs supplied)
Bathroom with basin and WC
Bedding and towels
Electric kettle, microwave and toaster
BBQ with coal
All utensils, crockery, cutlery
Outside dining area under a luxurious marquee
Not suitable for mobile infants or children, but babe-in-arms welcome
Dog-friendly: one well-behaved dog welcome, but please be aware of llamas in surrounding fields
Dimensions of Melisa: 7' wide; 16' long (2.1 x 4.9m)
Dimensions of bed: 4'6" wide, 6'2" long (1.37 x1.87m)
Available year round
Caravan and appliances Safety checked appliances.
Provided for your enjoyment (at no extra cost)
6 free-range eggs from the Faster Lente Layers
Washing up liquid
Toothpaste, toothbrush and razor with shaving cream
Suncream (Factor 15)
Coffee and a variety of teas
Tealights for outdoor dining
Ice cubes (upon request)
Any shopping pre-ordered will be refrigerated prior to your arrival
Do you simply want to arrive, sit back and start relaxing? Why not pre-order your provisions. We will have your delivery arrive prior to your arrival and will refrigerate the things you need to be chilled and fresh. There is no additional cost for this luxurious upgrade… we want your visit to be one to remember!
Situated in the north-east of Cambridgeshire, in the wide open Fens, Wisbech, capital of the Fens, is a market town with a population of around 30,000. Its name, which is often misspelt and mispronounced (it is Wizz-beach), is thought to be of Celtic derivation, meaning on the back of the Ouse. Other interpretations include the bank (bec) by the marshy meadow (Wisc). It was first recorded as a settlement in Anglo Saxon times, and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. With the draining of the Fens in the 17th century, the boom in local agriculture led to Wisbech becoming a very prosperous port by the 19th century and it became the largest grain market outside London. However, severe silting of the river caused the coastline to move northwards towards the Wash. Eventually, the problem was relieved by the drastic measure of diverting the River Nene through Wisbech, where nowadays it is tidal. Wisbech is noted for the elegant Georgian architecture of the North and South Brinks which flank the river Nene in the centre of town. The North Brink boasts a splendid variety of buildings, including the magnificent 18th century Peckover House, now owned by the National Trust and probably the most popular tourist attraction in the town. In his ‘Buildings of England’ Nikolaus Pevsner described the North Brink as one of the finest Georgian brick streets in England.
Wisbech is on the border of Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, making it a fantastic base to visit attractions in all three counties. The North Norfolk coast offers glorious beaches, Cambridgeshire has a very famous university and stacks of shopping areas and Lincolnshire has owl sanctuaries, shopping centres, cathedrals and much much more...