An old Airbus jet destined for the scrap heap has been transformed into a quirky holiday rental.
Dubbed ‘Arabian Nights Airbus’, the £179 a night rental sleeps up to four guests, and even has a terraced area and BBQ shelter.
The converted A319 is part of a catalogue of bizarre accommodation experiences by Apple Campings in Pembrokeshire.
The aircraft was once owned by Air Canada then leased to Air Malta.
It was then bought by Etihad in 2003 before becoming the first plane to be decommissioned by the firm.
After three decades in the air, it was saved from the reclamation yard after being bought for £45,000, the Manchester Evening News reports.
The 28-year-old aircraft had to be split in two to be able to reach the site, but each segment has now been completely transformed.
Many of the original features have been retained, with access via the plane’s emergency exits and original switches from the plane powering the lighting.
The site said: “This is a real Airbus owned by Air Canada, leased to Air Malta and then purchased by Etihad in 2003 and is now part of Apple Camping’s magical bizarre places to stay.
“Arabian Nights has a separate sheltered area for dining in the highly unlikely event of inclement weather in this little oasis in Wales, it has its own kitchen – trolly dolly style, shower and loo.
“The cross section of the plane is both living area and bedroom.
“Original switches have been modified for the lighting and the mural at the back of the outside shelter is of an oasis in the desert.”
The glamping spot is also located in the ideal place for an escape to the country.
Tucked away in the heart of South Pembrokeshire, it’s surrounded by picturesque countryside set next to a working farm.
Just five miles from Tenby Harbour and the award-winning beaches of Saundersfoot, it’s an ideal base for exploring the local area.
Apple Camping boasts lots of other strange holiday accommodation in its portfolio, including a dedicated PAC MAN themed yurt and a ‘ UFO ‘.