This is a stone cellar below an old stone house in France that’s been converted into an incredibly cozy Airbnb. The studio-style space has everything you need — a double bed, wood-burning stove, compact bathroom, and kitchen space with a mini fridge, oven, and a variety of dishware and utensils.
The space has a blend of exposed stone and rough-hewn wood elements that add to the charm. It feels somewhat “hobbity” inside, and the stone table is a fun addition to the space. You can even dine outdoors at a custom table. What do you like most about this tiny house?
Mégane and Cédric purchased their tiny home about two years ago and have it situated on one of the most idyllic pieces of property in France! Whether the land is snow-covered or dappled with wildflowers, it looks absolutely magical. They are growing fruit trees and bushes and have a lovely garden and chickens as well.
Inside, they have a professionally-outfitted kitchen, loft bedroom, and a living room with a huge picture window that looks out on their property. They have wood heating and solar power, and a beautiful covered front porch. Read their story below and enjoy the photos!
This beautiful Baluchon tiny home was built for Sarah, who loves cooking! That’s why she wanted a spacious kitchen — complete with a four-burner oven/stove — as the focal point of her tiny home. She called it “Pètillante” which means “Sparkling” or “Bubbly.”
The whole build is bright and open, with a huge picture window in the living room, lightly-colored walls and ceiling, and the bedroom tucked away in the loft. She also has a glass shower and composting toilet. Would you live here?
David and his wife have been building a small home in Kenya, but just before the pandemic hit they were in the process of selling their country home in France and renting out their townhome, leaving them with nowhere to stay! So they took the space above their garage and created a 300 square foot tiny house. They were able to move in just 2 days before France locked down.
While they are no longer living tiny in France, they spent about a year (during all that quarantining!) living in their gîte. David shares all the details in a little story after the photo tour, so be sure to read that!
I’m always on the lookout for unique vacation stays, and this one lets you sleep in a plane and a tiny house!
The Cessna Aircraft sleeps one comfortably, or a couple quite snugly, and would be a great spot for kids or aviation fanatics. It’s in a campground with other unique stays and there are common areas and a pool for you to enjoy. What do you think? Check it out below!
“Rebellious” — that’s a great way to describe the tiny house movement, huh? Bucking the tide of “normal” McMansions and sometimes bending the laws to live more simply. Maybe that’s why Patricia & Jean-François named their Baluchon-built tiny house Insoumise, which roughly translates to “rebellious” in English (according to Google Translate, feel free to correct me!).
Walk through the sliding glass doors into the living room, where their sleeper sofa acts as a guest bed. They can eat breakfast at their table beside a large picture window, after preparing a meal in their compact kitchen with oak counter tops.
By far the neatest part of the home is the loft bedroom, where a huge skylight provides nature views from the bed. Enjoy the photo tour!
Nestled among the pines and oaks in Mimizan, France sits this charming Shepherd’s Hut owned by Evelyne. She rents it out on Airbnb for those looking for a peaceful, but luxurious vacation stay.
The hut has a little front deck that leads into a single-level living space, complete with a kitchenette and bathroom. The interior has a quaint cottage feel, with crisp white walls and robin’s egg blue/yellow accent colors.
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