Check out this two-story fairytale cob cottage nestled in the woods of Mayne Island in British Columbia. For a cob home, this one looks amazing to live in full time. I personally, love the textured stone flooring.
Downstairs is the living area with glass sliding doors that open to the beautiful stone courtyard to expand the living area outdoors. An indoor fireplace keeps the home warm during the weather. The kitchen has lots of counter space and a built-in dining table. The cozy bathroom has a built-in wood shelf for towels and other wood details. Up the Douglas-fir stairs is the bedroom with an outdoor balcony and skylights to provide tons of natural sunlight. Could you live in a cob cottage like this one full time? Please enjoy and share below.
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Two-Story Fairytale Cob Cottage
You can get to the upstairs balcony from the loft bedroom.
The stairs to the loft bedroom in the cob cottage are cantilevered.
Enough windows to enjoy some nature from inside.
Not to mention, all the nature that was used as material for the construction of the cob home.
What’s your favorite part about this cob house?
The bathroom is right over here, behind the staircase to the loft.
I really love the walls, window placement, and handrail.
This cob is designed to sleep up to two people.
There’s a cozy living room by the cantilevered stairs to the loft.
There’s also a kitchenette on the main level.
It has a mini-fridge, toaster, stove top, and plenty of counterspace.
There’s also a wonderful dining nook with windows.
Up in the loft, things get even better. Plenty of lighting, for one.
Then there’s this door that takes you out to the balcony.
The double bed has built-in storage.
The second door in the loft provides rooftop access.
What do you think of this fairytale cob cottage?
- Cob cottage rental
- Located on Mayne Island, BC, Canada
- Up to 2 guests
- 1 bedroom – 1 bath
- 580+ reviews
- Living room
- Loft bedroom
- Full bathroom
- Outdoor common area
- Indoor fireplace
- One-of-a-kind earth house
- Cantilevered slab stairs to the loft bedroom
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