Hinterlandes offers holiday accommodations at different locations in Cumbria, United Kingdom. If you are looking to spend some time in the wilderness of the Lake District, this converted bus home rental by Hinterlandes should be a good option for you.
Its construction is different from most of the school bus conversions you’ve seen. The school bus is topped with a VW campervan, transformed into a cozy bedroom with magnificent views of The Lake District.
The school bus was imported from the US and transformed into a livable tiny home. Enter inside through the back or side door to find rustic interiors with enough seating and a full kitchen. Upstairs is the main bedroom for up to two persons. There is an Aga, hot shower, and composting toilet inside.
The luxury off-grid accommodation sees good use of locally sourced larch in the interiors while reclaimed oak flooring gives the space a distinguished appearance.
Marble tiled bathroom; doors with handles reclaimed from Hempel Hotel; nickel tabs and sink, 1950’s headlight salvaged from German Cargo ship; and vintage machinist light restored from the National History Museum are all attention-grabbing additions at this well-insulated bus home.
The tiny home offers Wi-Fi, a built-in speaker system and a wood burner to guests. The outdoor space is well furnished and there is even a private wood-fired hot tub. The original features, including the driver’s seat and steering, are kept intact.
Hinterlandes’ rental bus home is moved between locations in the same part of The Lake District, so the surrounding would be different each time you visit. Located in a nature-packed vista, the bus home makes a perfect place to escape city life and spend some quality time.
The famous traveler Sam Bentley has also stayed at this rental bus home. If you intend to visit, it can be rented for £125 about ($160) per night on Canopy & Stars.
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