If you are looking to disconnect from reality, embrace nature on a higher level, or treat the family to a different holiday this year, this converted double-decker bus offers a glamping experience like no other.
The Big Green Bus, designed by Adam Collier-Woods, is former metro bus converted into a glamping space perfect for groups of friends and families to enjoy a unique summer holiday in this year.
Sitting within a private woodland area in the heart of the Sussex countryside, the bus features all of the typical amenities you’d find in a hotel, just with a fab glamping twist.
There are three double bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, wet room, lounge and dining area all split over two renovated decks.
A leisure area fitted with board games and relaxing seats, which were restored from the original bus, is located at the front of the bus.
The 1982 West Midlands Metro bus stays parked in a fixed location and is set atop a large wooden deck, deep in the forest, where there is a picnic table, a fire pit, and for those keen on embracing nature 100% there’s even an outdoor shower.
There is no wireless internet or amplified music, or television allowed on site.
What’s more there’s a wood fired hot tub available to be hired for the duration of your stay.
For more information on the bus visit the Green Bus online.