You'll love the living area inside this vintage 1950s bus conversion

Allow us to introduce you to the Lakeside Vintage French Bus.
The name says it all, really. Nestled in central France, just 10 minutes away from the historic Saint-Benoît-du-Sault village, this 1950s bus is charming all visitors with its hospitality.
After a full interior makeover, this conversion has been serving as a hotel for the area's tourists. Now it's our turn to celebrate the finer details of its construction.
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As you can see, the preserved exteriors (sans wheels) are very much a part of this bus's visual appeal.
A side view unveils some of the area's best outdoor amenities. The bus is practically part of the private garden!
The inside is brilliantly adorned with modern, homey touches. You can't drive it around, but the decor definitely makes up for it.
A small kitchen area will have you saying "bon appétit" in no time.
And there's a darling dining table on the other side, too!
Bed or sofa? You decide: The living area has been devised with the intention of hosting an extra guest. All told, this bus sleeps up to three people.
Also in the living area, a wood-burning stove keeps visitors warm and snug all year round.
At the end of the day, you'll have a spacious double bed to tuck yourself into.
But it doesn't stop there: You'll find a bathroom at the end of this humble abode. This area is fitted with a composting toilet, full-size shower and sink.
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A sweet bus conversion with vintage undertones, right by the lakeside. Ideal for the Francophile tiny-living enthusiast, don't you agree? Sure, you won't be straying too far, but there are plenty of amenities to make your stay relaxing and refined.
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