Camp in a quaint converted bus and take a trip back in time

Tucked into the woods of North Carolina, there's a beautiful, rustic, old Greyhound bus that's been converted into an absolutely adorable camping cabin. According to Julie My's Airbnb listing, the bus can sleep up to three people and includes electricity and water. Go off the grid with solar power, as well as an outdoor outhouse and refreshing outside shower!
The owner likes to classify the experience as "upscale camping," and once you see the interior of this gorgeous Greyhound, you'll agree. As you enter the bus you'll notice the kitchenette on the left, a twin bed/sofa on the right, and the bedroom towards the back. The bus features an open floor plan.
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The wooden kitchen consists of a sink, plenty of counter space, and a single heat burner to cook up small meals and/or beverages.
Sunlight streams in through the floaty curtains, creating beautiful natural light throughout the bus. The twin-sized bed across from the kitchen not only adds extra sleeping space, but doubles as a couch for relaxing.
The back of the bus combines the bedroom and dining area. A full-sized table and chairs seats two for a cozy meal or spot to unwind, and wood stove keeps the bus toasty when it's chilly outside. The wood paneled ceiling adds even more charm, and soft colors, plenty of book-lined shelves, and retro flooring completes the dreamy look of the space.
There's simply something magical about the bed itself and the quiet, peaceful space it inhabits; perfect for a good night's sleep. You may even get lucky enough to wake up to the sweet sounds of chirping birds.
If you love camping but sleeping in a tent just isn't for you, then Julie's precious converted bus is a perfect alternative. Hidden, cozy, and tranquil, the location makes you feel like you're completely secluded, though you're only minutes away from the nearest town.
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