This is the Majestic Bus To Tiny Cabin Conversion in the country near Hay-on-Wye (United Kingdom). It’s an old bus turned into a permanent tiny cabin with a bathhouse just a few steps away.
The little bus home accommodates up to four people comfortably. It may also be available as a rental if you’re ever in the area.
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Majestic Bus to Tiny Cabin Renovation
The bathhouse… 🙂
And… Let’s not forget the ‘Throne’ aka Reading Room 🙂
VIDEO: Rob and Layla on the Majestic Bus ‘Tiny Home’
VIDEO #2: The Majestic Bus to Tiny Home Conversion
A few metres away lies a purpose built wooden bath house, containing a flush toilet and a luxurious roll-top bath with shower above
Prices vary from £90 – £145 per night depending on time of year
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- The Majestic Bus on Facebook (give them your ‘Like’ please:))
- YouTube video
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Ok, so what is the downside of a bus? Insulation. Or more aptly, the lack thereof.
And let’s face it, in winter, in the UK, it’s cold everywhere… damned cold.
Not for me.
very nice….love it….
I could SO be HAPPY there!!!! Love all the windows and light colors and the way everything is spaced…. And the fact that it is moveable. What a splendid home. <3
Thanks Michelle glad you liked it. I’d love it too.
What state would that Winchester be in?
Winchester is in the UK i believe (England) 😀
Where is the bathroom in the design? Looking at the pictures, i can’t see where it could be.
from the link above to the photos, “A few metres away lies a purpose built wooden bath house, containing a flush toilet and a luxurious roll-top bath with shower above. A second wood-burner is installed for those chillier nights and the room comes complete with tea-light candles for the ultimate romantic bath experience.”
I love the lighting with all the windows, as well as the flow. I could live in this bus conversion!
This is such a beautiful old bus to start with, but what you have done to the interior is absolutely fabulous. The use of what looks like aged wood, the placement of furniture and built-ins, and the colors and fabrics. It is beautiful! I think an unattached bath with a great covered walkway would be just the ticket. Think of the total privacy! Great job!
nice aesthetic and sense of style..
Are there any curtains? How hard would it be to plumb a sink and commode?
Very nice by the way. I have a travel position and am looking hard at all these ingenious ideas.
Love these and small houses. Thanks for sharing.
It’s been awhile since I’ve seen a place that I wanted to write about. This place is wonderful. Very nicely done and not crowded at all.
The place has wood burning stove, so the worry of winter weather is really not a concern. After all, in small places it heats up very quickly and stays warm.
Lovely home and great job!!
Does this bus actually drive?
The more I see these solutions and more I understand that the root of any dissatisfaction comes from conventional homes. For man he has a component of a free spirit, and as such should be indulgent. Then go around the world with a house like ” luggage” is really cheap, private and independent.
I’m in love with their lifestyle & what they’ve done to achieve their own comforts in this life…… what a fantastic job, thanks for showing us this!
Lovely, looks comfortable and homey. I love it.
Well it’s different, that’s for sure….!
I love this! Gorgeous job. Only complaint I have is that I didn’t see where in the bus the loo was….
Oh yeah! It’s actually a few steps away in a separate bathhouse.