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This double-decker bus has been converted into a modern getaway home in Shropshire County of England’s West Midlands and makes for a quirky base camp to explore the ancient Stretton Hills. The 1981 Leyland Atlanteen can accommodate five guests with its three heated bedrooms on the top deck. There is a double bed, two bunk beds, and a single bed as well as a heated dressing area that features a wardrobe and storage space. The hosts can also provide a travel cot if required. The bathroom comes with a shower, a toilet, and a hand basin while downstairs the fully equipped kitchen features a cooker, hob, grill, and a refrigerator. The double-decker bus rental provides guests with a cozy and homely living area with comfortable furniture and a television with DVD player as well as a real flame effect stove to relax in front of. For the ultimate glamping experience, the bus rental comes with a luxurious outdoor hot tub where guests can stargaze while rejuvenating mind, body, and soul.
The double-decker buses have been wonderfully designed to include all the comforts of home while offering guests a rustic countryside experience. All the buses come with heating, private bathrooms with a shower and a toilet. There are fully equipped kitchens that feature a cooker, hob, grill, and a refrigerator and the living and dining areas provide comfortable seating as well as television and DVD player. There is free tea and coffee in each bus, and guests have access to a garden patio and a luxury outdoor hot tub that is perfect for relaxing in after a day in the hills.
There is also a private paddock where guests can bring their horses for an additional charge.
This property is located in the quintessential English countryside of Shropshire, close to the Stretton Hills, and mixes adventure and comfort for a unique glamping vacation. The glamping double-decker buses are perfect for a weekend break or a mid-week getaway for those looking for a quirky holiday destination with access to nature. The county of Shropshire in England’s West Midlands is home to the towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow as well as several top attractions and lush green countryside. Guests will be able to explore the ancient hills of Stretton where Romans, Saxons, and Britons once roamed or visit the 13th-century castle of Stokesay that is only a 30-minute drive away from the property.
Shropshire makes for an incredible getaway to the countryside as it is rich in history and culture as well as boasting some of England’s most beautiful landscapes. The Shropshire hills were formed by volcanic activity in the Cambrian age and have been designated an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” by Natural England, an organization aiming to preserve England’s natural environment. The walking and mountain biking routes throughout the hills are popular with tourists and locals alike and history buffs will love learning about its ancient residents, the Romans, Saxons, and early Britons. Nearby Stokesay Castle was built in the 13th century and offers an insight into Middle Ages life while the RAF Museum in Cosford boasts world-class exhibitions of a range of aircraft from the early 20th century to the latest innovations.
On-site, guests can relax with a book in hand in the garden patio or soak in the luxury hot tub under the stars before snuggling up inside.