Enjoy the great outdoors on and off the bus (Picture: KiddieHolidays)
Current Covid rules means it’s illegal to travel around the country or out of it for holidays, but this is likely to be changing soon.
According to Dr Mike Tildesley, member of the government’s Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling: ‘I think that international travel this summer is, for the average holidaymaker, sadly I think, extremely unlikely.’
Professor Neil Ferguson, whose modelling led to the first UK lockdown last March, also told BBC Radio 4: ‘Conservatively and being risk averse at the moment, I think we should be planning on summer holidays in the UK, not overseas.’
Basically, while you might get a holiday this summer, it’s best not to plan anything abroad in the meantime.
If you’re looking for something fun and different – especially if you have children – this converted double-decker could be the thing.
The Daisy Decker Bus is found in the Hollym Holiday Park near Withernsea in East Yorkshire.
The dining area/best seat in the house (Picture: KiddieHolidays)
The double-decker bus has been fully converted into a two-bedroom holiday home, surrounded by its own private garden and beautiful views of the countryside.
Only five minutes away from the quaint resort town of Withernsea, it’s an ideal destination for enjoying trips to the beach along with quality time spent in a very special property.
Daisy is kitted out with all the modern amenities you could need, along with several original bus features.
If the weather holds up, this could be idyllic (Picture: KiddieHolidays)
The ground floor of the converted bus is open plan, featuring a fully equipped kitchen space and cosy lounge area with a gas fire. There is also a modern shower room downstairs, along with another toilet and washbasin on the top floor.
Climbing up the winding staircase, you’ll find two bedrooms. The triple room is fitted with a single bed and two caravan bunks while the double room can sleep two.
Outside the bus is a stylish wooden deck wrapping around the front of the vehicle with a table and chairs, and an enclosed garden with swings for the little ones.
Given we’ve been stuck in our homes for the best part of a year, a unique getaway on a bus might be the right change of scenery.
Credit: Original article published here.