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Tiny Cottage w/ Vintage Trailer Bathhouse

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Now here’s an awesome spot to enjoy your next vacation! In Bandon, Oregon you’ll find a quaint farm which is home to a little cabin tucked in the forest with cranberry bog views. Idyllic doesn’t even begin to describe it.

The cabin is simple, housing a queen-sized bed and a dressing area, and a little stove for warmth. There’s a lovely deck where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee, as well. When nature calls, just walk over to the vintage caravan that has been transformed into a cozy bathhouse, complete with a horse trough tub perfect for soaking!

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Tiny House With Vintage Trailer Bathhouse


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The bathhouse is on the left, and cabin on the right.

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Drone view of the quaint cabin.

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Vanity/dressing area in the cabin.

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Cozy and romantic bed inside the cabin.

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There is also a loft area.

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The exterior is a beautiful blend of stone and shingles.

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Reviewers say the bed is comfortable (a vacation must-have!)

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Time to make some coffee.

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Breakfast overlooking the cranberry bogs.


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Welcome to the bath house!

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This vintage trailer got a new life!

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Watering trough turned into a bathtub!

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Real flushing toilet!


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A spot to sit and dry off.

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Lots of quaint farmhouse elements.

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Surrounded by forest & cranberry bogs, our location is private and peaceful! Yet, you don’t have to go far to get to the amazing shops and gorgeous harbor in Old Towne! Close enough to bike or hop in your car and begin your exploration. Our Farm Stay is for the discerning traveler who wants an experience, even while sleeping! Check out our one room cabin, furnished with vintage Bandon pieces. Regular bathrooms, are so yesterday. .. Check out our 1967 Vintage Trailer which serves the senses as a Glamping Bathhouse! We gave it new life, to serve a useful purpose! Take a soak in the BathTrough, a once in a lifetime experience!

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Husabergchamp
    February 7, 2021, 1:54 pm

    Nice setup. The old trailer converted to a bath house is a great idea. I run an MSF dirt bike school as my retirement job and an old camper like that would be great as a bathroom and changing room for the students. Thanks for the great idea! Now on to find a cheap trailer for my conversion!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      February 8, 2021, 9:02 am

      Oh that’s awesome! My dad loves to restore old campers like this one and he finds them on Craigslist. He’s on build #3!

  • Fran Marie
    February 7, 2021, 4:20 pm

    Now, THAT’S an outhouse I could deal with!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      February 8, 2021, 9:00 am


  • Cynthia
    February 8, 2021, 4:39 am

    The idea of a separate bathhouse is one I’ve been kicking around for some time.
    I have a question about the materials and layout for the bathhouse: where’s the heat? and, one should keep in mind how some materials feel…..that cold, cold metal bathtub on my bottom (!!) For my money, a walk-in shower might be a solution that would conserve water and serve those who might find it difficult to make that step-over into the tub. Brrrr!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      February 8, 2021, 8:58 am

      The cold is definitely a thought! Maybe the hot water would mitigate that?

    • Amber
      February 9, 2021, 9:58 am

      I had a cast iron clawfoot tub in an attic flat and it WAS chilly on your bottom for sure! And yes Natalie, running the hot water first was the way to go so by the time you added the cold, the tub was warm enough to be comfy. It was also advisable because British rentals are notorious for hot water battles – running the hot water until you had enough or it ran out if only a little remained, was always advisable if you didn’t want to sit in tepid water!
      While this might not be all that toasty in a chilly winter, it would be a step up from what usually pops into my mind when I think of an outhouse and prettier to look at but I’d still like a little loo where I sleep, though I’d be perfectly O.K with sending my husband across the way.

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