Escape to nature for a peaceful stay on our unique stationary American school bus, nestled in its own little private corner of Big Sky with a south-facing garden, seating and firebowl.

The bus sleeps six, with an enormous super king bed to the rear and four snug single sleeping pods.

Chill out in style on the comfy sofa and chairs, and make yourself at home in the kitchen which includes a two-hob gas cooker, sink, breakfast bar, power points and heater.

We've left the driver's seat in-tact for selfies and feet-on-the-dashboard coffee pauses.

Hire of the Earthquake Bus includes...

- Comfy accommodation for 6; one large super king bed and four single adult sized bunk pods. Mattress and toppers provided.
- Exclusive use of the bus
- Double gas burner to cook inside or al fresco
- Unlimited fresh water
- Power points throughout the bus (2000W limit)
- Comfy sofas
- A solar charged lantern for midnight bathroom visits
- Basic camping crockery, cutlery, mugs and cooking equipment

- Toilets and showers nearby
- Private picnic bench
- Your own fire bowl outside (baskets of firewood available for £5)
- Access to our community barn for additional shelter, table tennis and general chill space

Please note: for COVID-19 safety reasons we provide bedsheets but guests must bring their own duvets, pillows and covers.  Mattresses including fresh toppers are provided. 

We're afraid we can't have dogs on site as they stress our alpacas too much.

We'll do everything we can to make your stay at Big Sky as enjoyable and comfortable as possible. We love surprising our guests and making your stay unique so if you have any ideas you might be able to help with don't hesitate to ask if we can help :)


The School Bus was converted by our bus partners in crime Shred & Butta. They are masters at converting vehicles into living and working spaces and specialise in importing and converting American school buses. Here’s their origin story.


Once upon a time the bus featured in an earthquake movie (you might hear us refer to her as the Earthquake bus every now and then) and the central wood panelling on the left side of the bus used to be a wide open hole, allowing the camera boom entry to the bus for all the shaking shots! We don't know which movie it was but it has proved to be a good excuse to watch as many as we can!