Soak in the charming and rustic feel of this converted bus

Parked in British Colombia, Canada, this vintage 1954 Coachline bus is the perfect way to enjoy a more exciting way to camp by the beach. Quiet, secluded and peaceful, the bus has room for two campers and lies at the foot of scenic Mount Galiano.
Hike, kayak and enjoy thrilling views, and when you tire, imagine coming back to this cozy bus to unwind. It really beats tent camping! This adorable retro coach has everything you need to camp comfortably, and just in case you miss civilization, you're less than 10 minutes from the nearest town, where there are shops and restaurants. As you climb aboard the bus, you'll feel at home right away.
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Wood interiors and wood floors give the coach a rustic and charming feel, and the windows let in lots of sunshine during the day and let you see the stars at night. There's a living/sitting area furnished with a cozy chair and sofa. Adjacent to that is a small dining area. Overhead cabinets provide plenty of space for storage.​
The kitchen offers a double sink, microwave, cooktop and lots of counter space and storage cabinets. Beautiful tiled mosaics complete the backsplash and add visual appeal to the small but functional space.
Check out the Mexican tiles in the bathroom and the gorgeous sink. The bathroom boasts a toilet, stand-up shower, vanity and beautiful lighting.
A queen-sized bed welcomes you in the comfortable, red master bedroom. Built-in storage cabinets above the bed hold clothes and other items, and curtains keep the light out until you're ready to greet the day. It's a cozy, warm space.
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This is the view you'll see every day.
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