Tiny houses on trailers aren’t the only way to live simply.
And if you like the water as much as I do you’re going to love this little floating cabin.
It’s a barge tiny house vacation rental on the water in Seattle, Washington.
When I go visit Seattle for the first time I just might book a stay here. What do you think?
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour below:
Front Porch View from the Barge Tiny House Vacation Rental
Bathroom in a Houseboat
Laundry with Stacking Washer and Dryer
“The barge is a unique way to see Seattle. It is fully furnished and a home.
Rock yourself to sleep at night with the easy motion of the lake.
I will meet guests at the barge when you arrive to get you settled.
Bus stop on the street to downtown and local neighborhoods.
Driving distance to Whole Foods, PCC, Fred Meyer and Trader Joe’s. Parking is free on weekends and paid parking until 4:00 weekdays.” (Source)
Recent Testimonials/Reviews from Renters
“Seriously amazing. It’s not often your backyard is a lake, but boy oh boy do I wish it was. Pam kindly showed us the place and then was available by phone if needed. The house has everything you could need (including beach towels and swimming toys) and parking in the lot outside was a breeze. We were in town for a wedding, but I would come back to Seattle to just to stay here in the summer. Absolutely perfect.” -Jennie
“The Barge is amazing! If you’re planning to visit Seattle, this is the only way to go. It’s centrally located, has amazing views, and Pam really makes it feel like your home away from home.” -Anne
“My daughter and I are transplants from San Francisco to Arizona. We wanted to be as close as we could to the water on our recent trip to Seattle. We found Pam’s barge and I’m so glad we did! It’s adorable with beautiful flowers, comfy bed, a wonderful topside observation deck pointed right at the city. As another reviewer stated, it’s difficult to tear yourself away to go see the sights. Not only is Pam extremely generous and friendly, so are her dock mates. Staying on the barge really made our trip to Seattle memorable.” -Page
“I have one negative comment to say about the House Barge – so let’s get that out of the way first. The bad news is, YOU WILL NEVER WANT TO LEAVE!! Pam was an amazing host – super friendly, easy going, and a domestic goddess to boot! This home was amazing. My boyfriend and I had the pleasure of staying there for a weekend and the minute I walked into the marina, I knew I had made the right choice. Her home is the nicest on the block in my opinion, and set up to enjoy the water life to the fullest. Gorgeous rooftop patio to lounge around on, water views and access from your living room, Internet, TV, fully functional kitchen, a washer/dryer and even a little raft to take a float around Lake Mercer! Pam was a great host – with a little folder set up with some neighbourhood information etc. Great location that’s walking distance to Fremont and a 5 minute drive to places like Pike Place etc. Free parking on the weekends so that was awesome too!! I honestly can’t say enough good things about this home – it had great energy and vibes. Loved being here and I can guarantee that we will be back! If you’re looking for a unique and amazing way to spend your time in Seattle – this is it!! Book it! I’m serious!! :)” -Emily
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