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Just one look at this off-grid cabin in the woods, and you’ll get all kinds of spooky vibes. While there aren’t any tales that this cabin itself is haunted, the nearby 163-years-old Narrowsburg Hotel is host to the ghosts of the women who used to work their brothel in the attic.

The cabin has great views as a cozy and quiet place to get away from it all — it features two bedrooms with double beds, a fully-functional bathroom, and a kitchen complete with a retro oven and farmhouse sink which have all kinds of (scary?) stories to tell.

While it’s too late to book your stay for this Halloween, you might want to put it on your list of haunted tiny homes to stay this winter….it sure looks magical surrounded by snow and ice! Reserve your nights at GlampingHub.

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Halloween Getaway Near a Haunted Restaurant & Hotel

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Images via GlampingHub

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While some tiny homes are getting bigger, I love seeing people reimagine truly itty bitty spaces. At just 18 ft. long, it’s amazing that this builder managed to fit not only a loft bedroom and pull-out sofa, but a triple bunk bed for kids! Wow.

Located near Nashville, Tennessee, this THOW is for sale for $49,200, and features a sleek modern interior with stained plywood walls and gorgeous grey tilework in the shower. The shining feature, though, is the large glass wall that let’s in oodles of natural light.

It has a particularly Nordic feel to it, especially with the clean exterior lines. You can contact the seller or make an offer here.

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Only 153 Sq. Feet but Sleeps 6! Wow!

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Want to experience a little taste of farm life (without the chores)? Stay a few nights in this off-grid cabin at Moon in the Pond Farm near Housatonic Meadows State Park in Massachusetts.

The accommodation is charming, but simple, with a comfortable queen bed, a little table and chair, and a snuggly wood burning stove for cooking and keeping warm.

This is a working farm, so you can purchase some of their homegrown goods and firewood, or go to some of the nearby small restaurants and cafe for meals. Book your stay here.

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Glamp in This Farmside Cabin with Wood-burning Stove

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Images via HipCamp

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While this is a vacation property, it’s the kind of place I could easily see a family living in quite happily year-round. At 1250 square feet, it’s by no means “tiny,” but would still be more compact than many of the McMansions people live in today.

You walk into an open-concept living room and kitchen, complete with a stone fireplace and dishwasher! A full staircase leads up to the loft bedroom with two twin beds, while downstairs you’ll find mirror queen beds in fully-enclosed bedrooms. Last, but not least, there’s a full bathroom across from the staircase.

This cozy spot includes a firepit and picnic tables, and it’s woodland surroundings make it a great spot to bring your immediate family for vacation. Book your stay here.

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Perfect Log Cabin with 3 Bedrooms at Lake Warren Estates

Magical Forest House For Family Getaway in PA 2

Images via HipCamp

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Colby and Aria used to be vanlifers, but are now proud owners of more than 14 acres of woodlands in Vermont, as well as their very own DIY tiny home that’s entirely off-grid (they even get water from their stream).

Their 360 square foot home is heated by wood they cut themselves, and they have an awesome solar array that keeps their home powered. The interior of the THOW feels like a cozy log cabin, and they dedicated a whole 15 feet of the house for their living area.

Aria teaches and Colby is a wedding photographer (@anamericanroadstory), plus they rent space on their land for campers via Hipcamp. We got to interview Colby about the build, their choice to buy land, and what they love about tiny life. Check it out at the end of the post!

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Former Vanlifers Put Down Roots in Vermont Tiny House on Wheels

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Justin grew up road-tripping with his family as a kid, and wanted to keep that tradition alive as a young adult. So he bought a school bus and created a custom party bus, complete with a one-of-a-kind bar so he can mix drinks (when parked, of course — don’t drink and drive!).

He doesn’t live in his rig full-time, so he created it with space for friends to sleep and congregate so he could travel with a group and have a good place to hang out. Inside the bus he can sleep three, and you can even pitch a tent on the roof-top deck! He chose the bar over a bathroom, and says so far he has no regrets (#priorities).

I love his innovative design for a passenger seat, and his honesty in his Tiny Home Tours interview about the real costs of keeping an older bus running. Including the bus cost itself, he’s spent $12,000 to date. Enjoy the tour below!

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Check Out the Ceilings in His Bus Conversion!

Pacific Pioneer: His Party Bus with Big Bar

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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