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Bus Converted into Cabin with Rooftop Deck

Situated just outside of Stockholm, Sweden you can vacation in this awesome bus converted into cabin with a rooftop deck.

I think this is by far my favorite bus conversion I have come across.

Once you check it out for yourself I think you will love it too.  The vibe here is funky meets cozy.

The rooftop deck seems to be a wonderful spot to hang out, eat and drink.

The couple, Jon and Stina, converted this bus a while back and decided why not rent it out.

Besides the cool deck there is plenty of space to chill inside the bus with up to 4 twin size beds.

Bus Converted into Cabin with Rooftop Deck


Images © Jon Backlund & Stina Ekstrom / Marta Vargas

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Images © Jon Backlund & Stina Ekstrom / Marta Vargas

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Images © Airbnb


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  • Rue
    November 25, 2014, 1:03 am

    I do love the rooftop deck, and applaud the repurposing of the bus seating. But the layout has a lot of open space that could have gone towards a micro kitchen and at least a sawdust-n-bucket type toilet.

    Even just using this as a guest room, it’s nice not to have to brave the woods for those middle of the night calls of nature.

  • Paul
    December 15, 2014, 6:41 pm

    Apart from the lack of toilets and kitchen facilities, unless you are in a tropical climate it must get pretty darned cold inside in the colder/coldest months. No insulation in these buses and even retrofitting wouldn’t increase the R value much, as can be evidenced by the photos.

  • Sabrina
    December 27, 2014, 1:19 pm

    The airbnb listing is here: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/3088767?locale=en&s=f9aM and details that you use the bathroom in the main house right next to the bus. I’d agree that an old-fashioned chamberpot wouldn’t be a bad idea, but there might already be one.

  • Carlos
    January 18, 2015, 9:07 pm

    Very good!!!

  • Sandi B
    September 24, 2017, 3:00 am

    I am constantly amazed at the ideas that people come up with. I think they have done a great job on this conversion all the deck areas — obviously for those who prefer to be outside more than inside. There is a nice outdoor cooking area on the upper deck. I think it would be a fun place to spend some time. After all, it is a short term rental situation and not intended for full time living. It would be nice if there was a bath of some sort at the unit, I am not sure I would like traipsing over to the house in the middle of the night to use the bathroom.

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