When it comes to glamping, there are plenty of quirky properties in the UK upping the stakes, from a converted firetruck to a vintage 1920s train carriage .
Now, campers looking for a memorable getaway in Wales can hire out an entire double decker bus – although it's had quite the makeover!
The vintage 1964 Leyland Titan bus has been transformed from your average bus to cosy glamping accommodation complete with two double bedrooms, a kitchen and living area (and central heating).
However there are plenty of the original bus features which have been left in place including the driver's seat (although you won't actually be able to drive it anywhere), some of the seating and layout, and even one of the poles passengers would have held on to.
Each of the bedrooms comes with an ensuite toilet and built-in wardrobe, although if you want a shower you'll need to head to the separate building on-site, aptly named the Bus Stop.
Meanwhile the kitchen has everything you need to help whip up a delicious meal including a gas stove, oven, fridge and cooking utensils – although if you don't fancy cooking you can pre-order ready meals.
The bus is actually part of the Ceridwen Centre, which offers 40 acres of organic farmland, so you can also enjoy access to the on-site bar if you fancy a night out, or the on-site shop can be an ideal place for picking up some snacks and souvenirs.
The glamping site is located right by the Teifi Valley where you'll find heaps of walking trails tucked away throughout the lush countryside, while the breathtaking beaches can also make for a picturesque setting for a stroll.
Overall, the double decker bus can sleep up to six people across the two double bedrooms and a sofa bed which can be pulled out on the lower deck of the bus.
Tempted to book a stay?
Prices start from £139 a night on Independent Cottages , so if you fill the property that's approximately £23pp. It is worth noting that there is a two-night stay minimum.
Funnily enough, it's not actually the only double decker bus you can book for a glamping getaway.
In fact, there's a double decker bus, nicknamed Daisy Decker, right by the seaside resort of Withernsea – you can take a sneak peek inside here .
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