Stay in a converted luxury bus in Co Cork for as little as €12 per person per night
Anybody looking for something a little different on a trip to Co Cork – and on a great budget too – should take a look at staying on this double decker bus.
The luxury bus is available to rent on Airbnb in Cobh, Co Cork with prices starting from as little as €11.85 a night.
It is a vintage London bus, which has been converted to create a quality living space for up to seven people.
It is known as the ‘lux bus’ and has everything you need for a comfortable stay such as showers, WiFi, a coffee machine, a stove and electric heating on board.
There is even a private outdoor area, so you can soak up the sun – if you’re lucky enough to visit on one of the few sunny days of the year that is.
There are two bedrooms, but the bus can sleep up to seven people. It costs around €83 a night – which works out at €11.85 each between seven people.
It is situated in the coastal town of Cobh and a short drive from the bustling city of Cork.
The Airbnb listing says: “Nestled in the beautiful town of Cobh with countryside views is the unique and luxury double decker bus. Within close proximity to the heritage town and minutes walk to public transport this is a hidden gem which one must experience.
“Cobh is the perfect base location when visiting the Munster area and its extensive attractions. This vintage London bus has been converted to an extremely high standard with attention to detail and all mod cons one would expect from a holiday stay.”
Take a look at the photos below.
For more information visit Airbnb .
Written by Michael Kehoe @michaelcalling
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