On a busy Friday afternoon, I packed up my MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid for my two hour drive out of town. Not solely did the MINI have an enormous boot for all my baggage, it’s electrical vary is something from 29.2 to 31.7 miles, that means my journey to Suffolk emitted fewer emissions alongside the best way. Having by no means pushed a hybrid automotive earlier than, I used to be uncertain what to anticipate, however I used to be removed from disenchanted.
The puddle lights, which helped me to see the place I used to be standing, had been good for the time of night after I was arriving within the countryside.
Cover & Stars affords holidaymakers a set of distinctive, artistic locations to remain within the outdoor, giving a real expertise of being at one with nature.
That’s precisely how I felt after I bought out of my MINI and headed for my lodging.
After a brief stroll to my lodging for the subsequent two nights, I used to be greeted with Coppins Farm’s Maroon Fairground Wagon.
Set within the coronary heart of the Suffolk countryside, Coppins Farm consists of 150 acres of woodland, wetland and wild flower meadows.
With each day sightings of deer, badgers and totally different species of birds, guests may even come up shut and feed the badgers with peanuts.
The wagon itself was set in its personal secluded backyard overlooking fields and the valley.
Exploring the encompassing areas, I hopped in my MINI and headed to take a look round Colchester, a historic city in Essex.
I drove the entire method on electrical, which felt unimaginable and tremendous quiet.
It was additionally nice to know I wasn’t contributing to CO2 emissions.
The swap between petrol and eDrive was additionally tremendous easy.
Coppins Farm’s Maroon Fairground Wagon is priced from £275 for 2 nights in October.
MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid is priced from £34,500. For extra info, go to THE MINI COUNTRYMAN PLUG-IN HYBRID | MINI UK