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The Belle at Leavenworth Tiny House Village

This is the Belle, a Tumbleweed-built tiny house at Leavenworth Tiny House Village in Washington.

A “petite retreat” inspired by the Disney Princess, this Bavarian-themed tiny home would make for a wonderful vacation in the Pacific Northwest at the Thousand Trails RV Resort.

Get more details about the home below the picture and video tour with Jenna of Tiny Home Giant Journey. Enjoy!

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Stay in the Belle: Tumbleweed at Leavenworth

Images via Leavenworth Tiny House Village

The light blue cabinets and royal-colored curtains are so “Belle.”

Plenty of room to spread out on this couch.

What a lovely, and true, quote on the wall.

Here’s the loft bedroom with a queen-sized bed.

A tiny twin in the loft that’s well-protected by guardrails.

It wouldn’t be the “Belle” without books!

Open shelving that comes with cookware.

It’s Belle’s rose! I love that the window mirrors the glass casing.

Here’s the kitchen. Notice there are back stairs to the loft.

It’s the little things!

You really cannot beat that mountain view!

The exterior of this house is absolutely stunning.

Ready to book your stay?

Video Tour with Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey

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From Leavenworth: 

Belle is a friend to many and has never met a stranger. She’s best known for her kind soul and willingness to help others. A lover of poetry, she keeps her favorites handy at all times and constantly seeks out new collections. Belle has the ability to lose herself in a book for hours, and you’ll often find her doing just that. Small actions go a long way for Belle and she looks for the positive in each and every day. Sleeps 4 to 5.

Details:

  • Loft with one Queen Bed and one twin bed
  • First floor bedroom in back with pullout bed
  • Kitchen Double burner induction cooktop
  • Apartment style refrigerator
  • Sink
  • Cookware
  • Toaster
  • Coffeemaker
  • Dinnerware Full Bathroom
  • 32×32 standing shower no tub
  • No washer/dryer (available on site)
  • Linens included
  • Heat and A/CTV
  • Basic Cable
  • BBQ/Charcoal grill
  • Picnic Table

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Silver Gypsy July 5, 2017, 3:31 pm

    Personally, I’d prefer the shutters on the inside instead of the cloth curtains that collect cooking oil and dust and need constant washing. Better a set of prairie shutters in high gloss that you just wipe down with a little Pinesol.
    Other than this… nice digs. 🙂

  • Tom Osterdock July 5, 2017, 8:34 pm

    shutters are only for looks. They are not functional. I agree with silver gypsy though and do not want drapes. I like smart glass and I can change them from clear glass to opaque with one command. No drapes, no fuss, no muss. Just simplicity.

    • Eric July 8, 2017, 6:12 am

      But… the shutters “could” be functional. And, I’d rather they were on the inside rather than out… especially if a storm comes in unexpectedly. But that’s just me, plain contrary I is.

      • Tom Osterdock July 8, 2017, 4:31 pm

        Very true Eric. The shutters would be a good idea for a storm. The shutters are to protect the glass not the glass protecting the shutters. Better they are on the outside. I actually like the idea of cat 5 glass on the outside to protect from hurricane force winds and debris. Then I like stained glass the next layer and smart glass or regular glass with a smart film on it for the windows. But it could be pretty expensive but it would be pretty. You could still put fake or real shutters on the outside if you wanted. Its all good but just to have fun.

  • Maria July 6, 2017, 7:23 am

    It would have been nice to see better pictures of the space. Like the stairs to loft,bathroom,whole kitchen and living space. Pictures of books and plants and other decorations don’t interest me.

  • Bob W July 6, 2017, 10:15 pm

    People and other readers; if you want to see more photos, of what this Hostel Village has, you can view many at this address: https://www.tumbleweedhouses.com/tiny-houses-for-sale/cypress/ including floor plans. All of the links are posted within the article itself and all it takes is a click of the mouse to see what you want to see. There is no need for tinyhousetalk.com to repeat what is already posted to the various links.

  • Carol Perry July 12, 2017, 11:52 pm

    Just love this little vacation home! Belle would be any little girl’s dream home to stay in for a fun vacation! Just love all the ammendities this little place has to offer! I love everything about this little place! I love how everything matches the blue curtains, blue bedspread! The place is just adorable!🌺🌸🌺

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