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Whit is a cool guy who left his normal job to start renovating tiny spaces and hosting on Airbnb. His latest project has been giving yet another life to a 1950s Manchester, UK bus. After the bus came to the US, it served as a tour bus, and then passed hands until it eventually became a diner. But once Whit got it, he transformed it into a unique Airbnb!

You walk into the kitchen and living space and there’s an added bathroom in the front of the bus near the almost-entirely-original cab. A spiral staircase takes you to the spacious upper bedroom with beautiful woodwork ceilings. What’s your favorite part of this renovation?

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70-Year-Old Bus Has Become a Stunning Vacation Home

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Remember Matt & Erin, the awesome couple that owns a historic 1800s cabin? Well, they also recently completed this stunning modern cottage, which is available on Airbnb now! It sits on seven acres of woodland on Fleets Island in Virginia.

The cottage has two bedrooms and glorious lofted ceilings in the great room. There’s a full L-shaped kitchen and a special lounge room in the loft. You can also use the deck for meals or morning coffee. What’s your favorite part?

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Beautiful 2-Bedroom Cottage with Great Room

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This couple was in the process of building their first Airbnb back in 2019 when this stunning late 1800s cabin went on the market in Virginia — complete with 50 acres! After touring the cabin, they fell in love, purchased it, and got it visitor-ready as quickly as possible.

The lovely spot has a fireplace, romantic upstairs bedroom, functional kitchen, and beautifully-curated decor. The 50 acres of surrounding woodlands make it the perfect place to explore and enjoy time in nature. What do you think? The owners tell their acquisition story below!

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Cozy & Comfortable Appomattox River Cabin

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This is the East Side Beehive tiny house in Austin, Texas.

It’s a quirky backyard cottage with an open floor plan in Central East Austin. What do you think?

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East Side Beehive Tiny House in Austin

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Images via Kerthy/Airbnb

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Anyone else getting some serious wanderlust after months of being home? This poet’s hideaway in South Korea looks like a fantastic place to quarantine, honestly — the perfect spot to write a novel or sit with your thoughts.

The simple one-bedroom space has a porch overlooking the ocean, one bedroom with a handmade desk, and a bright white kitchen and living area.

It has a single bed and comes with toiletries and kitchen essentials provided. Even free breakfast if you want it! Book your future stay on Airbnb.

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South Korea Peaceful Vacation For One!

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Images via Airbnb

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This is a school bus turned tiny cabin that’s actually an Airbnb rental out of Cedar Creek, Texas featured thanks to Scott & Ashley of The Hive Drive Bus.

The 250-sq.-ft. bus cabin can sleep up to four guests and features a fully renovated interior.

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School Bus Turned Tiny House Rental Near Austin, Texas

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This charming little cottage on a farm in Nellysford, Virginia features fun vintage and reclaimed accents, as well as views of a 200-year-old oak tree!

The home sleeps four with a ground floor bedroom and ensuite bathroom, and loft bedroom with another queen bed and toys/books/games for youngsters. It’s filled with lovely decorations, including art created by one of the hosts. There’s even a luxurious cedar hot tub on the porch for a bit of relaxation.

The full kitchen will let you eat in, but if you want to get out the farmhouse is close to nearby restaurants. Plus they’ll provide you with fresh eggs from their hens, yogurt, milk and granola for breakfast. Yum! Book your stay here.

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Charming Farm Cottage With Reclaimed Materials

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Images via Airbnb

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The only thing better than a unique vacation spot is a historical vacation spot, and you get both with this 1926 Caboose Tiny House getaway in North Carolina!

The real train caboose has been transformed into a tiny home, complete with a living room, queen-sized bed, and kitchenette with a dishwasher!

But what really seals the deal is the attached bathroom “depot” which is larger than the caboose itself! Talk about luxury. The attached porch has plenty of seating so you can relax and take in the gorgeous, very private, views. Thanks to The Hive Drive Bus for sending us pictures and a video tour of their stay at the caboose!

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1927 Caboose Cabin in North Carolina

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This is the Kloosterzande Tiny House in the Netherlands.

It’s a quaint little cottage with a spectacular view that’s available to book on Airbnb. Learn more below!

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Kloosterzande Tiny Home in the Netherlands

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