This is the Olive Bus! It’s a former Dublin double decker bus that’s been wonderfully converted into a tiny home! A pretty spacious tiny home, too.
This beautiful green bus is actually a vacation cottage that you can book near the village of Branshott, Hampshire, England. Take a look! What do you think?
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Olive Bus Double Decker Cottage in England
This double decker bus has been beautifully converted into a cottage.
It’s located in England and is available as a vacation rental.
The bedroom is super-spacious, isn’t it?
I love the peaceful view of the farm.
The staircase to get up to the second floor.
The “driver’s seat” 🙂
What an awesome way to reuse the double-decker bus!
Bus stop 🙂
- Former Dublin Double Decker Bus
- Sleeps up to five people
- Original stairs to upper deck
- Open plan with double bed and lounge
- BBQ, firepit nearby
- Patio area
- Waggoners Wells nearby
- Alice Holt, Queen Elizabeth Country Park in Petersfield
- Local pubs
- Bramshott, Hampshire, England
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Am in awe. This is nice. Color on the outside is nice and the inside is very nice and comfortable.
I am drooling all over my laptop. I love these old bus conversions–and I almost hurt myself laughing over what they did to the driver’s seat!
Haha! Glad it brought a little joy.
I love these bus conversions and I especially love that this one kept so many parts of the bus in tact! I spent forty years riding these things daily and knew even as a small kid that I’d live in one some day. Though I now live in the U.S, my brother has an agri-tourism farm in the U.K and my bus will be my holiday home and my contribution to his holiday lets business. One day I’ll let him in on my plans lol
There is another green double-decker conversion featured in “George Clark’s Amazing Spaces” (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2507063/Big-green-bus-Double-decker-transformed-caravan-holiday-home.html). Well worth the viewing for more inspiration.