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  • Matilda Gits

    1956 Fire Truck Guest House

  • Sean Redefer

    Old fire truck camping thingy

  • Wingate Wyndham Sulphur

    The Beer Moth, Inverness-shire, U.K. Part carnival camper, part parade float, the canvas-sided Beer Moth is an ingeniously converted Commer Q4 1950s fire truck that began hosting overnight guests in 2011. The pieced-together approach resulted in a Victorian brass double bed, an oak parquet floor (taken from a Tudor mansion), a wood-burning stove for those chilly Scottish nights, a fire escape for a staircase—and all the fresh air you could want.

  • Michele Hellmann

    The Beer Moth. An old fire truck converted into a room on wheels. How fun!

  • Suzanne Costanza

    The Beer Moth - Inshraich House - Scotland. Quite possible the most ingenious Bed & Breakfast/ Mobile Home ever.

  • Carolyn Meek

    The Beer Moth, A Guest Room Built on an Antique Fire Truck Flatbed

  • Heather Partch

    The Beermoth, a vintage fire truck converted into a fun place to stay for two!

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