Majestic Bus

Majestic Bus - Front

Located in Herefordshire is a cozy 1960’s bus conversion available for overnight stays. The hosts, Rob and Layla, acquired the bus with the intention of converting it into a camper for themselves, but then decided it was just too big for that.

They live on rural property that’s completely off the grid where they raise seasonal cut flowers. The bus rental supplements their seasonal cut flower business income.  The site is private & quiet with a fire pit and a couple of spots to pitch small tents.

Inside the bus you’ll find a double bed, wood stove, comfy seating and a little kitchen. The bus sleeps up to four people, two on the bed and two on the convertible seating. The bathroom is located in a separate hut just outside the bus. The most notable feature there is the roll-top tub for two – popular with couples.

This is another wonderful example of how a tiny home can be built for alternative purposes. In this case an old bus – which would have found itself junked – was refurbished to provide these folks with an additional income source and vacationers a unique place to stay. Looks like another tiny house win-win to me and a great place to vacation with kids.

For more about the Rob and Layla’s Magestic Bus visit Canopy & Stars.

Majestic Bus - View

Majestic Bus - Wood Stove

Majestic Bus - Interior Looking Back

Majestic Bus - Interior Loooking Forward    Majestic Bus - Beep Beep Vroom Vroom

Majestic Bus - Tub


Majestic Bus - Tub Faucet

Majestic Bus - Bath Hut

Majestic Bus - Side

Majestic Bus - Exterior Before


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