Take your pick at Le Presbytère, a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel in the village of Saigneville in northern France. You can sleep in a single bed in the former quarters of a priest, or you can spend the night in a vibrantly painted wooden trailer — what the owners refer to as a roulotte gitane, or gypsy caravan — parked in the garden. The hotel is built around a restored presbytery, though most accommodations are housed in a modern annex where cozy, simply outfitted guest rooms have whitewashed walls, vaulted ceilings, and pale wood furnishings. The gypsy caravans, of course, are another thing entirely: lined with wood paneling and cheerfully decorated with colorful textiles and artwork, each is large enough for a double bed and a private bathroom. One has a small kitchen, ideal for preparing a charcuterie board and opening a bottle of wine to enjoy beneath the shade of a Japanese cherry tree.
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