We’ve seen tiny houses on trucks, and we’ve seen tiny house tents. Now here’s something that’s all three at once. Even the people with whom you can book overnight stays in the 1956 Commer Q4 describe it as “bizarre”, but give it a minute to sink in and you’ll see that the Beer Moth has a quirky charm that really is all its own. And we do mean quirky – unique features include an oak parquet floor reclaimed from a Tudor mansion and a fireplace made of slate from an old snooker table. The stairs up to the truck bed used to be a fire escape, the door formerly belonged to a farmhouse, and part of the wall came from a doghouse! A woodstove and Victorian double bed keep guests warm and comfortable. The Beer Moth is parked on the grounds of Inshriach Estate in Aviemore, Scotland, and costs £68 ($104) per night.