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The Bus Vert

For this years camping holiday, swap up the damp tent, that no one knows how to assemble and leave the real world behind with a luxurious break on our lovely big green bus.

Bursting with retro style, the Bus Vert is a beautiful vintage glamper that’s undergone a full bohemian make over.

Every instagram worthy detail has been hand selected with love, from the patchwork quilts to the expanding collection of vintage kitchen utensils.

The bus vert has given us so many happy family memories and now we want to share it with the world.

Make more of your memories this year.

What’s on the bus

 

Two big comfy seats

Drop down single bed between seats

Re purposed Dinning table

Double sofa converts to single bed

Ample cupboards above

Storage boxes below seating

12v lighting

Vintage games

Some books

Large battery bank – plenty of power for lights and 12v stuff 

Fridge and freezer box compartment (which can be stocked if ordered)

Twin  hobs

Gas oven

Gas grill

Food cupboards above

Drawer of vintage cutlery

Drawer of vintage utensils and odds and sods

Big cupboard for stuff and things

A Full sized double bed for mum and dad

Wardrobe

Baby toddler cot bunk

Sleep pod bunk for one lucky child!

Cupboards above

Storage box/bed side table

12v reading lights

Shower cubicle

Chemical toilet (for emergencies/middle of the night)

Medicine Cabinet

Hand Sink

 

New Forest

The New Forest is has an abundance of landscapes, wildlife and activities making it an ideal base for your camping adventure.

Our top tips

Take the kids to spot the majestic antlered deer at Boulderwood reserve.

Stroll through bluebell carpeted forests near Lyndhurst.

Splash and play in the lakes at Blashford.

Picnic under the shade of the new forests oldest and biggest oak at the historic site of The Knightwood Oak.

Cycle the beautiful disused railway tracks near Brockenhurst.

Finish your day snuggled around an open fire in one of the many beamed ceiling pubs steeped with history and intrigue.

No driving required

Don’t worry if you can’t drive. She’s a big girl so we’ll deliver her to your campsite of choice, leaving you free to relax.

Brockenhurst is a great place to stay if you don’t have you own transportation. There are regular trains and buses and you can hire bikes and cycle the old tracks through the forest.