Guests will feel like they’ve stepped back in time as they arrive to board the chic converted carriage, which is located in the original Grade II listed Horsebridge railway station in Hampshire.
The station platform serves as the outdoor decking area, while the carriage itself has been transformed to include two bathrooms and two beds with a chic and modern design.
There are still plenty of nods to its heritage including light fittings from the Orient Express, old Southern Railway advertisement posters from the 1920s and vintage luggage racks.
The heritage carriage has aptly been named the Sprat & Winkle, in tribute to the line which once ran through the station and was used by Queen Victoria herself to travel to the Isle of Wight.
The quirky property sleeps up to four people and is both child-friendly and pet-friendly, so it can be ideal for those wanting a countryside escape with a twist.
The London and South Western iron clad corridor coach offers up two big beds as well as two ensuite showers, next to an open plan living room and kitchen with everything you need to whip some hearty homecooked meals.
Oh, and of course there are plenty of windows offering up views of the lush green landscape as well as the water meadows of the River Test.
In fact, there are plenty of footpaths and walking trails nearby for those who are looking to explore the area, such as the famous Test Way which follows the course of the railway line just 100 metres from the station.
Meanwhile, the cosy pub at the end of the station drive can make the ideal pit stop after a long day’s walking.
Want to stay? Prices for the entire property start from £425 for three nights, or £590 for seven nights. You can book stays with Mulberry Cottages.