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150 Sq. Ft. Tiny House Vacation in Encinitas, California

Here’s a 150 sq. ft. cabin in Encinitas, California I thought you might enjoy.


The first level is 120 sq. ft. and then there’s a 30 sq. ft. loft for sleeping.

It’s available as a vacation rental so I’m excited to add it to our tiny house vacations section.

When you go inside, you’ll find all of this carefully packed into 150 square feet:

  • Full bathroom with shower and composting toilet
  • Kitchenette with mini fridge, sink, hotplate, toaster, and coffee maker
  • Living room with comfy couch

Tiny House Vacation in Encinitas, California

Tiny Cabin Vacation

Outside there’s a deck you can hang out in with elevated ocean views (see below):

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Living Room and Sleeping Loft

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Kitchen

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Bathroom

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Deck

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The property has free range chickens, ducks, a rabbit, guinea pigs and two small dogs.

Guests get access to outdoor area, laundry facilities and bicycles. 🙂

Learn more and if you want you can even book a stay in it here.

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  • Renée Martin January 27, 2014, 10:50 am

    I think the house is entirely too cramped and this is because of the terrible layout.

  • cahow January 27, 2014, 3:05 pm

    I would stay here in a New York Minute! At a meager $60/bucks per night, it’s cheaper than a Super 8 motel!!!

    Cute as can be, wonderfully self contained and it has ALL that I’d need after a busy day of visiting the wonderful local area. The kitchen area is impressive; I love to cook on holiday, just to save money for the theatre or other special events. 😀

  • Princess Mom January 27, 2014, 7:04 pm

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen a toilet plugged into a wall outlet before. What’s up with that?

  • Comet January 28, 2014, 1:05 am

    @PRINCESS MOM—

    I suspect that this is one of the incinerating or composting toilets that needs elec to work. Not exactly sure how the composting ones work with elec but maybe some sort of fan?

    • sarah June 27, 2014, 10:24 am

      it’s a “natures head”, it has a small fan to help vent gasses

  • Connie January 28, 2014, 11:36 am

    How lovely! Very nice! Beautiful wood inside. And I love the wrap around deck! That is awesome. :))

  • gayle hill February 22, 2014, 12:23 pm

    This is the kitchen I’ve been looking for! As I don’t cook, it’s perfect. Good deck. You have a GREAT site. . thanks. gHill

  • Annie June 26, 2014, 12:23 pm

    that’s exactly what I want to build – that’s a 10×12 right? if it is I can have that in my yard – building codes up to 120 without permits- in nyc- anyone looking to do this with me email and we talk – [email protected]

  • Comet July 3, 2014, 4:13 pm

    @ANNIE—

    Please check VERY carefully—I suspect that NYC will “allow” a 120sf “Structure” but perhaps NOT a fully fledged HOUSE out there without wanting to come take a peek; change your assessment and control exactly WHAT and HOW you do this.

    They might allow a building for a shed or even a small studio–but once you get into plumbing and toilets—

    Would hate to have you put money time and effort into this dream only to have NYC come and condemn it. After all—aren’t they right now doing a “crack down” on even a wind blown piece of PAPER on your lawns? As if you all can afford to live there and sit home watching the yard for bottle tossers and plastic bags to come sailing along!

  • Jan October 8, 2016, 7:59 pm

    I stayed here a couple of years ago. It was very comfortable for me. The layout and amenities worked well. The large private outdoor deck got afternoon sun and was lovely. The chickens, rabbits and gardens were delightful. The family, especially the young daughter, was very welcoming and helpful. I recommend s stay!!

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