Staycation Scotland: Stay on a quirky and luxurious converted bus nestled in the East Lothian countryside just 30 minutes from Edinburgh
Weekends away don’t get much more quirky and fun than these beautifully-converted buses on a picturesque farm in East Lothian.
The Bus Stop may only be 30 minutes from Edinburgh, but staying there couldn’t feel further away from city life.
Located on a working farm near Gifford, in the heart of East Lothian, the magical destination includes nine handcrafted homes-from-home expertly fashioned inside the body of retired buses.
Suitable for couples looking for a romatic retreat or a small group of friends looking for a quiet weekend staycation away from it all, the buses contain numerous surprising features.Wood-burning stoves keep the fully-fitted kitchens, luxurious bathrooms, dining areas and lounges cozy, while a glass window above the bed means you can stargaze without leaving the bus.
Outside, there are plenty of seating areas, private decks and wood-fired hot tubs with views of the beautiful Lammermuir Hills.
Pick from a romantic two-person bus with king size bed, or one of the larger options that sleep up to four
During the day there are plenty of fun things to see and do on the farm, meeting the resident horses, alpacas, sheep and chickens.
The farm larder shop can provide you with the freshest eggs and other essentials including ice cream, beer and wine, as well as alpaca wool souvenirs of your holiday.
You can also a wander to the remote pond, where you can relax on the bank or take a turn in the small rowing boat.
All the delights of East Lothian are on your doorstep for adventures further afield.
Buy your ticket to ride by visiting www.hostunusual.com.