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This is the Brandy Bus Cottage in Nairobi, Kenya. It’s a double decker bus converted into a two-story tiny home that sleeps up to six people.

The bus cottage sits permanently in a garden with diverse birdlife. It’s also near a Giraffe Center, Karen Blixen Museum, and the Daphne Sheldricks Elephant Orphanage.

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The Brandy Bus Double Decker Cottage

The Brandy Bus Double Decker Cottage in Nairobi Kenya via Karen on Airbnb 001

Images via Karen/Airbnb

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This is The Big Green Bus in the Sussex countryside of England. If you’re into buses, you don’t want to miss this one. It’s a three-bedroom double-decker conversion by Adam Collier-Woods.

The main level features the kitchen, lounge, dining, wood-burner, and a bathroom. Upstairs you have three bedrooms along with a pretty-awesome living area consisting of two of the original bus seats. It’s so nice! Definitely worth adding to your wish list. Check it out below.

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The Big Green Bus Cabin in England

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If you like double-decker bus to motorhome conversions as I do, you’re in the right place!

This list of amazing DIY bus homes was inspired by Ron Collins, a Tiny House Newsletter subscriber, who bought a 1980 Bristol Double Decker Bus that listed for him.

In fact, this post is meant to serve as inspiration as to what you can do with a double-decker bus if you’re able to find one and willing to take on the task of converting it into a tiny (err.. I should say ‘small’) home, right? Either way, please enjoy and re-share below! Thank you.

5. Bristol Couple’s Double Decker Bus Conversion

Bristol Couple's Double Decker Bus Conversion

Image © BBC

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