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Can you imagine spending a holiday literally on a bus, in the countryside and enjoying a uniquely relaxing ride? Well, you can in Hay-on-Wye, Wales, where a converted bus, the Majestic, has been remodeled into a little guest house.
Now we have posted numerous converted bus projects, with most of them used as mobile homes of its owners. If you’ve always dreamed of living in one but don’t have the time to do a bus conversion project, or can’t afford one yet, then renting the Majestic Bus is a great way to live the dream.
You can rent it from £90 – £145 per night depending on the number of people and the time of year. You can go alone, as a couple or as a group. This converted bus can accommodate 4 to 8 people when the weather permits it.
It has a beautiful kitchen that’s equipped with a cabinet, a gas stove and a fridge. It’s fine for tiny house living and should let you enjoy a cup of tea (or coffee!) and a hearty meal if you feel like it. Solar panels on the roof power the lights and electrical sockets.
The bus is conveniently parked in a wide expanse of land, that’s tranquil and perfect for camping. The bus has a double-sized bed as well as an L-shaped sofa that can be converted as an extra bed which can accommodate 4 adults in it. If there are more than 4 of you, then they can camp just outside it. You can lounge and enjoy the breeze on a small deck outside of the bus.
There is no plumbing in the bus, but a wooden bathhouse just a few meters in front of it should take care of nature calling. The windows front, back and on the sides lets you enjoy the scenic view outside it. While the wood floor panels lets you enjoy the barefoot luxury of your tiny mobile bus hotel! :)
Is the Majestic Bus in Hay-on-Wye your next holiday destination? If it gets on your list of holiday destinations, then head over to our album for a closer look at the Majestic Bus!
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You can find out more about The Majestic Bus on their site.