Skylark is an eclectic, family-friendly campervan that has been designed for off-grid or on-grid comfort. With an LPG heater, running hot water, outdoor shower, gas hob and two large solar panels, this is an all-season campervan that’s ready for adventure, with all your home comforts along for the ride!

This Stroud-based hand-crafted camper has a homely, country kitchen style interior, complete with Belfast sink finished off with handcrafted copper taps. There’s a lot of space in the living area, but you can expand it by raising the awning. She’s been kitted out with 10.5 tog duvet curtains which means that you'll be as warm as a warm thing or cool as a cool thing come rain or shine. Skylark is a one-off campervan, crafted for off grid wilderness and on grid campsites. So, if you want a camper van holiday in a uniquely designed space welcome to Skylark.


Description of Beds: Skylark sleeps two adults in her fold out double bed, and 2 children (or small adults) can go in the over-bed bunks.

Description of Seating: 1 driver and 2 passenger seats that swivel all the way around to face the living area, all with 3 point belts in the cab and 3 sofa seats in the back without seat belts.

About the area: Skylark is centrally based in Gloucestershire, so you can easily get into the Welsh mountains or head on up to Scotland for festivals, hiking, or just a digital detox break.

Parking: Street parking.

Cooking Equipment: Skylarks kitchen equipment includes: Cutlery | kitchen knife | pots and pans | kettle | glasses and cups.

Water Facilities: 66 litre tank underneath the van with electric pump and copper taps.

Audio Equipment: JVC bluetooth stereo, additional pioneer 6 by 9s and a kenwood sub with aux in and lightning connector.

Type of Heating: Gas heater.

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Conversion Story

I bought Skylark in Spring 2019 and spent 3 months designing, making and fitting out in line with my vision of a high-spec, completely original van. The boiler, LPG tank, water tank and heater are all mounted underneath to keep her uncluttered. She's got a traditional and homely feel with the handmade kitchen, tiled splashback, breadboard-ended oak worktop and oak drainer above the belfast sink.

As a carpenter, I used spalted wood I've kept for over 17 years waiting for the perfect project and Skylark's table was ideal (for any Bristolians out there, the large London Plane, felled when Bristol center was revamped). She drives lovely and has great MPG, the best in her class. I have fitted a reversing camera to ensure you don't knock over those pesky pedestrians over. The van has a large roof-rack and canoes can be provided for extra fun times.

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