Going on holiday this year is a tricky business with quarantine, expensive tests and no guarantee your trip abroad won’t be cancelled.
So, Brits are making the most of our beautiful homeland and booking staycations around the UK.
And, some of the sunniest spots are in the South of England – and there are some cool and quirky stays to be had.
If you decide to go down the less beaten track then there are hidden gems everywhere including this cool converted school bus in Kent.
Stay Wild’s vintage school bus is hidden away in Ash, East Kent, is a small piece of American culture right here in England.
The converted vehicle is so unusual that it's managed to land on Host Unusual's list of the 25 Best Worldwide Bucket List Stays for 2021, ranking alongside Greek private islands and Sri Lankan beach huts.
While the bus doesn’t look like much, it’s fully kitted out inside, reports KentLive.
The property has been fully refitted on the inside, including a King Size bed, a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom, and a “steampunk” wood burner.
The bus is “off-grid” meaning there’s no Wi-fi or television, but for those trying to escape the modern world that’s part of the property’s charm.
The glamping-style stay will set you back £107 per night so it’s an affordable staycation home to rent.
And, it comes with a BBQ, wooden interior and plenty of blankets to use outside in the countryside.
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Built in Tennessee in the 1970s, the school bus brings back the classic image of the bright yellow vehicle that pulled up to school gates in TV and films.
So, you’ll feel like you’re camping in the wilds of the US rather than here at home.
At least, for a little while.
The bus also has air con, heating, a coffee machine and free parking.
It also has access to nearby Dover, Sandwich and Canterbury, meaning the gem is the perfect hub to explore Kent's east coast.
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