What we have here is an old, decommissioned double-decker: a Leyland Olympian – I wish I could tell you more about its model year, but unfortunately, I couldn't find any info on that. It's surely somewhere between 1980 and 1993. Just like most converted double-deckers, this vehicle hasn't run for a long time. Instead, it was parked (or, better said, pulled) into this nice and quiet spot in a field.
Right outside the bus, the creators of this home added a large wooden deck complete with a roof, chairs, a table, and sun loungers. Another notable spot outside the bus is a dedicated bathroom/shower facility, as the bus unfortunately doesn't have any shower inside.
Regarding design, it doesn't look as well and new as the last double-decker I talked about. That being said, it's still an okay design. Moreover, it was probably a relatively budget-friendly conversion, so you can't really expect top-notch interior design.
One nice thing is that many of the bus's original elements were kept during the conversion. For instance, you'll find most of the metal bars the bus originally had still in place. Other examples are the stop signs and the buttons that triggered them. It would've been nice for them to still work.
The lounge is comprised of two parts. The one near the kitchen still has the bus's original seats; only they were reupholstered. The rear part of the ground floor sits a bit higher up - that's where the owners fitted a huge table and a U-shaped couch. There's also a rear emergency exit right beside this lounge area, but it's no longer openable.
Let's head on upstairs, where you'll find all the sleeping spaces. I'll start with the bedroom at the rear of the bus, which is sort of a master bedroom. It's got windows on all three sides and features a comfortable king-size bed. You can use the space underneath the bed for storage. Furthermore, you can use curtains to cover all the windows to get a good night's sleep.
The final bedroom is located at the front of the bus. It's the smallest of the three bedrooms, but it offers the best view of the fields nearby. What I like about the bedrooms is that they offer privacy from the other occupants.
If you count the lounge area on the ground floor, you'd probably be able to fit around 9-10 people inside this bus, maybe even a bit more. Personally, I would've sacrificed one bedroom and added a bathroom in its place, maybe even with a walk-in shower, since there's so much space available.