See the lovely conversion of a 3-bedroom double-decker with a very nice living area

Have you ever thought about glamping on a double-decker converted bus? It's not as far-fetched as it sounds.
Meet Betsy Blue – a bus-turned-hotel from Shropshire, England. Betsy is one of three bus conversions crafted by Pigeon Door, a company dedicated to adding a creative twist to the British countryside experience. Get to know Betsy a little better by taking a look inside.
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Betsy Blue is a 1981 Leyland Atlanteen double-decker bus, currently residing in a private garden area. You may not be able to move this blue beauty around, but she has definitely maintained her bus-like essence through and through.
The fencing surrounding this bus was recently fitted and is there to ensure this conversion can safely accommodate families with kids.
With pleasant open-plan interiors like these, it's impossible not to feel at home.
Betsy Blue's kitchen area is adeptly packed with all the kitchen essentials. This includes a fridge with small freezer, a stove and oven.

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Posted by Pigeon Door on Friday, 10 June 2016
Straight ahead is a lovely living area lined with creamy couches and delicately glazed with its curtain's rich red hues. To sweeten your experience, this room can be seamlessly converted into a dining area.
Upstairs, you will find the three bedrooms. This one is fitted with a bunk bed that follows the luscious color schemes of the living room.
Not too far away, the second bedroom enjoys scenic views alongside its lush bedding.
The last room lulls guests to a peaceful slumber by enveloping them in lighthearted blue tones.
Betsy Blue doesn't have a bathroom of her own, relying on a private outer restroom instead. Even so, this converted bus definitely knows how to impress with its fittings. All Pigeon Door buses come with a welcome addition: a private hot tub.
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A quick glance is all one needs to realize that Pigeon Door's buses' amenities have been carefully crafted with comfort in mind.

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