Take a peek inside this converted London Underground carriage which is available to stay in at a Suffolk retreat. 

Described as a one-of-a-kind-getaway, 'Mind the Gap' is set within the grounds of Apple Mount Treat in Thorpe Morieux, near Lavenham.

Believed to be the only carriage of its kind transformed for stays, it dates back to 1938.

East Anglian Daily Times: The carriage has been separated into three sectionsThe carriage has been separated into three sections (Image: Airbnb)

East Anglian Daily Times: The kitchen and sitting areaThe kitchen and sitting area (Image: Airbnb)

After serving the people of London on the Tube for 50 years, it was later converted into a passenger train to be used on the Isle of Wight. 

The current owners then purchased it, restoring it with a range of interior design styles to allow it to become a holiday rental.

East Anglian Daily Times:

East Anglian Daily Times:

Much of the carriage has retained its previous look, but has been split into a living room, bedroom and kitchen. 

The end of the carriage has been turned into a separate bathroom. 

Holiday-goers are able to make use of the heated pool between May and September, while there is also a tennis court and hot tub. 

There is free parking available on site for visitors. 

Thorpe Morieux has a number of amenities and is a short drive away from several larger towns, such as Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket and Sudbury.