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The Comal 750 Sq. Ft. 2 Bedroom Cottage That Sleeps Eight


This is the Comal 750 sq. ft. two bedroom cottage in Texas that sleeps up to eight people!

From the outside, you’ll notice mint green siding and a lovely covered front porch.

When you go inside, you’ll find two bedrooms, a full kitchen, a large living room and one bathroom with a shower.

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The Comal 750 Sq. Ft. 2 Bedroom Cottage That Sleeps Eight

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  • Avatar Angel

    I love this design but I really wonder why they feel the need to use a lens that distorts everything so bad.

  • Avatar Michael L

    I always try to think of something positive to say when posting. In this case, it’s that they didn’t use a fisheye lens on ALL of the photos. If someone were trying to sell me on a product, using a fisheye does exactly the opposite!

    • Avatar Tanya

      Michael L. I agree with 100% on the fisheye lens with all the photos. A distortion of the space is a total turn off.

  • Avatar Michael L

    PS And for the record… that comment comes from someone with a degree in photography and decades of commercial photography experience!

    • Avatar Eric

      Surely… I mean surely, in America, you MUST be able to rent tilt shift lenses. Can’t you?

  • Avatar TerryW

    There’s quite a few of these little houses in Needles, CA, old ones. Railroad workers lived in them.

    • Avatar Raymond Heichelbech

      These are new hand built units. Use the link provided and read about them. Also the pictures are a much better quality on the Hill Country web site. Looks like the names of the units are local river names in the Texas Hill Country area.

  • Avatar Brian

    This reminds me of one of those park models without the loft, only bigger. Personally I’d prefer a loft added for storage. My wife and I are considering one once it is just us again. Though the one we were looking at is under 400 sq ft. It is nice to see another take on it though. I’d rather see pics without the fish eye lens, but I understand a possible reasoning for it. Overall it’s a nice space.

  • Avatar Gigi

    I chuckled when I saw the name of this house. Comal is a flat griddle-type pan used in Mexican and Central American cooking. So i am curious as to why they named this house after a pan!

    • Avatar Raymond Heichelbech

      Comal is also the name of a river in the area where this tiny house is located.

  • Avatar Sharee

    OK, where does it sleep 8? I am having problems visualizing where the two bedrooms are.

    • Avatar Raymond Heichelbech

      1 bedroom king size – sleeps 2
      1 bedroom queen size – sleeps 2
      1 couch common area opens up to queen size – sleeps 2
      1 futon common area folds down – sleeps 2

  • Avatar alice h

    Camping cottages have come a long way from those old roadside shacks with the ripped screens and grungy metal shower stalls.

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