You can now live inside a double-decker bus on a lush farm in Wales


If you love the countryside and quirky accommodation, here’s an offering that combines the two for you at one place! We’re talking about a plush new stay at Wales that is offering you a chance to sleep inside a vintage double-decker bus! No, we’re kidding you not!


The transformed vehicle is an old-fashioned 1964 Leyland Titan bus that now doubles as a tasteful rental space. It was refurbished over a span of one full year and is currently situated at Ceridwen Centre, an organic farm in Teifi valley which is known for rock-climbing, canoeing, fishing, museums, and wildlife parks.

On the ground floor, the bus features living space and a fully functional kitchen complete with a gas stove, an oven, a fridge, a sink, and cooking utensils.

It also houses a dining table that can be converted into a bed for guests who do not wish to eat inside the vehicle.

A retro-styled staircase further connects to the second floor, where one can find two bedrooms with queen-sized beds.

Each bedroom further features a neat wood-paneled washroom and a built-in wardrobe with additional storage under the bed.

Additional facilities include – a decking platform with garden furniture and BBQ, a hot tub on rent, car parking, shower cubicles with a separate washroom and basin and a games barn complete with table tennis and pool tables -all situated on the outside.

The double-decker bus is an ideal option for exploring the wonders of the nearby rural Carmarthenshire and the Cardigan Bay coastline and can easily accommodate six people for approximately $179 per night. Time to plan an offbeat vacation in the woods?

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