Come aboard a gorgeous converted double-decker with 3 luscious bedrooms

Today, we're introducing you to Pigeon Door's Beetie converted bus. This is one darling double-decker bus conversion that brings its own unique spin to British glamping.
If the company's name sounds familiar, it's because we have previously featured Beetie's sister, Betsy. Good things come in twos: so think of this as a family reunion, converted bus style.
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Beetie's exteriors remind us of the good old days, though she is the newest addition to her Shropshire-based holiday site. Out of her siblings, Beetie is the biggest and is able to accommodate up to six guests.
How's that for glamorous? An eight-foot (2.44-meter) wide hot tub has been specially built to accompany all the Pigeon Door converted buses in their private garden area.
Next stop, the interiors! A makeover hasn't deprived this bus of its classic charm - the original seats have merely been embellished for your comfort.
Luscious reds are the color of choice for furnishings and appliances in the open-plan kitchen and living area.
A foldout dining table and a wood burner stove ensure this cozy corner is homely all day long.
Double-deckers are always a bundle of fun. Come upstairs to marvel at Beetie's beautiful bedrooms.
The first of which is dressed to impress, appealing to those with a fondness for a bit of pampering.
A skylight gifts this room with the full starry night experience.
Lively bunk beds entice us to fully embrace the second bedroom's reinvigorating elements.
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And the master bedroom wraps up this tour with a hint of natural radiance.
Beetie is pretty remarkable, don't you think? She may not be road-friendly, but she's pretty hospitable in her own right. From what we've seen, this double-decker bus conversion, with her darling furnishings and sweet garden views, is well and truly prepared to make any UK-bound family getaway that much more memorable.

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