Johnny Vegas described the site as a ‘labour of love’ (Picture: Getty Images)
Johnny Vegas has opened a glamping site after buying a camper van on a whim – and then purchasing four more.
The comic has opened his North Yorkshire site, also known as ‘The Field of Dreams’ after he bought a camper van during a trip to Malta.
He went on to buy four more from all over the world, before deciding to open the site on Breaks Fold Farm in Nidderdale.
Each of the vehicles, which sit in a dedicated two-acre area, have been refurbished and boast a private area, with their own bathrooms, as well as outdoor furniture.
Plus, we can only imagine the tea facilities will be on point.
The vintage vehicle enthusiast described his mission as a ‘labour of love’.
After a year of hard work, the site is now open, with Johnny showing off the unique vehicles – The School Bus, Billy The Snail, Fire Truck, Citroen Camper, and Patricia the Maltese Bus – on Twitter.
Meanwhile, the 50-year-old’s journey to create the site will be documented in a four-part Channel 4 series, Johnny Vegas: Carry on Glamping.
Johnny has definitely been keeping himself busy amid the coronavirus pandemic, previously helping out by delivering food to vulnerable people in his hometown.
He teamed up with a number of local charities from his hometown of St Helens in Lancashire to help get essentials to those who need them during the crisis.
He was spotted picking up the food parcels then visiting homes in the St Helens area.
The scheme was also supported by Russell Crowe, who filmed a video urging St Helens residents to get in touch with the volunteers if they need help.
Johnny Vegas: Carry on Glamping begins Wednesday at 10pm on Channel 4.
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