Hop on a fully renovated double-decker and let its shabby-chic style win you over

Imagine London in the swinging '60s...groovy, colorful clothing, music by the Beatles on blast, and double decker buses lining the streets. This vintage Bristol FS bus brings back that era and makes it even better. This bus has not only been restored to its former glory but made over and converted into a gorgeous RV.
Shiny red exterior paint gives way to a stunning, fully loaded interior that begs to hit the road and never come home! Take off on multiple adventures with all the amenities you need at your fingertips. The bus boasts a bedroom, bathroom, and even the coolest rooftop deck. Relive one of the greatest eras as you tour a stunning bus that still has its best days ahead of it.
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The soothing, sweet interior almost brings to mind an English bed and breakfast, with pastel curtains and upholstery and light, bright cabinets and counters. A built-in booth is a perfect place to grab a crumpet and a spot of tea, or invite friends to dinner!
Create beautiful meals in the kitchen using a multitude of features, including a 3-way refrigerator, oven/range, and stainless steel sink. Built in cabinets and drawers provide storage, and adjacent closets offer added room. Notice the oversized windows and the pleasing amount of light they let into the bus!
A small but functional bathroom offers a sink, shower ,and toilet, along with cabinet storage for sundry items. The gray and lilac color scheme is simply relaxing and peaceful!
A cassette toilet takes up little space!
Probably the coolest part of the entire bus is awaiting you at the top of these precious winding stairs, so climb up and take a look! Soft, plush gray carpet gives the stairs an elegant look.
On the top floor you'll find the master bedroom. It's quite roomy for a bus, and one bed that's hidden behind privacy curtains.
The bedroom also includes a dresser and a second bed, offering even more sleeping space. When you're ready for some fresh air, grab your mug of tea and head outside to the deck to enjoy a rooftop view of the world around you.
This small but fun deck is a great place to begin or end the day, and even has a cute, tiny table.
You don't have to leave your bike behind because this bus has space for up to four bikes on the custom built bike rack. Well cared for and maintained, comfortable, and flat out shabby chic stylish, this retro bus is current when it comes to fun.
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