A hybrid of campsite and B&B like nothing you've ever seen before

Hidden magically away in the rolling green pastures of Hereford lies a hybrid of campsite and B&B like nothing you've ever seen before.  The clue is in the name, as you're staying in a converted 1970s Bedford Panorama bus, which has been lovingly restored and decorated to an impeccable finish.  They've only been open since March 2013, and since then have already had amazing reviews in the press and featured on Channel 4's popular show, George Clark's Amazing Spaces. So needless to say, you might want to get booking your stay now to avoid any disappointment.  Those of you who like your eco-friendly lodgings, will be pleased to know the Majestic Bus is completely powered by the sun, and there's a fully working kitchen and electric hook ups to charge your phones if necessary.  There's also a large fire pit on your doorstep – just in case you long for the more natural camping experience. However, our favourite bit of this impressive site, is the über-luxurious, purpose-built bathhouse just a few metres away from the bus.  It has a wood-burning stove, a huge roll top bath and epic views of the surrounding countryside. So if you want romance, comfort and something that little bit different, look no further.

The Owner Says

The bus accommodates up to four people, but there are spaces for tent pitches just outside for up to four people. The bus has a dining/kitchen area with hand-built units, oak worktops, a gas cooker and a fridge. At the back is a cosy double bed and a wood-burning stove placed on an old flagstone. An L-shaped sofa seat folds into a further double bed. Outside is a decked area on two levels, a fire-pit on which you can cook in the open air and two level platforms.  The purpose built wooden bath house, contains a flush toilet and a luxurious roll-top bath with shower above. They provide bed linen and towels for four people in the bus – anyone pitching tents outside would need to bring their own bedding.  Basic supplies such as milk, tea, coffee, sugar, condiments, washing up liquid, toiletries are provided. A net of logs for the wood-burner is provided free of charge and further wood can be bought from as you go.

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