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Tiny Home Inspo! This Bed And Breakfast Turned An Old Jeepney Into A Tiny House
PHOTO BY Facebook/Balai Tanay
  • We often see it in movies: retirees having the time of their lives driving their trailers (a.k.a. RVs) for a cross-country vacation. These recreational vehicles are equipped with a bed, a small functional kitchen, and even a shower.

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    And Balai Tanay in Tanay, Rizal, reimagined their own version of the RV: the Jeepney Camper, which can accommodate up to four people.

    Three to four people can sleep comfortably inside the Jeepney Camper.
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    It has a queen-sized mattress by the jeepney entrance.
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    There's a double bed on the loft.
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    The Filipino-themed trailer was made from a jeepney that was about to be sold for scrap. Its engine was removed, the interior was fitted with a queen-sized bed, and its roof was turned into a loft inspired by the bahay kubo.

    It has small benches, a refrigerator, and air-conditioning. Outside the jeepney, guests have access to an exclusive dipping pool. The camper doesn't have a kitchenette, but you're allowed to bring food or ask their staff to cook for you.

     

    There's a refrigerator and a sink inside the trailer.
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    The toilet and bath with heated shower is just a few steps away.
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    Guests also have their own dipping pool and bonfire pit.
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    NEED A VACATION? 

    Balai Tanay is at Makaira - Daraitan Road, Tanay, Rizal. Rates for the Jeepney Camper start at P5,500. To book, follow Balai Tanay on Facebook or visit their Airbnb page.

    This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.

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