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Log Cabin Tiny House at Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland

This is the Log Cabin Tiny House at Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland. We’ve shared it with you before, but this is a fun update.

Jenna at Tiny House Giant Journey took an awesome video tour of the little vacation space, which helps you get a much better feel for the space and amenities offered. If you are looking for a rustic feel but don’t want to rough it, this little lodge might be the place for you!

Enjoy a couple screenshots and then take the video tour with Jenna below!

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Log Cabin Tiny House at Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland

Screenshots via Tiny House Giant Journey

Screenshots via Tiny House Giant Journey

Video Tour: Tiny Mobile Log Cabin!

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From the website: 

Cedar, acacia and blue pine, oh my! The Cabin is a wood-lovers dream, with Port Orford cedar log siding on the exterior and tongue and groove cedar floor to ceiling on the inside. Acacia flooring, a hickory cabinet and a blue pine accent wall top off the revelry of wood. The Cabin is our only tiny house with a fireplace (for now), which is tucked in the living room under a beautiful live-edge mantel. The glorious log stairway was hand-hewn, and custom built to access the sleeping loft, where you get a great view of the real antler chandelier… The loft area has a queen bed out-fitted with luxury linens from Comphy that is accessible by the open log stairway and there is a fold-out futon couch on the main floor that is double-sized (this bed is best for 2 kids or 1 adult). Note that the open stairway is narrower than a standard 3′ stairway, but the rise and run are very comfortable and a sturdy handrail is there for support.


  • $145/night
  • 150 sq. ft.
  • Sleeps 4
  • A/C
  • WiFi
  • Shower/Towels
  • Kitchen


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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Avatar Susanne

    Ah, sleep 4 it’s ya save money but if only two-can find Hotel that’s cheaper! (Well, depending on what Region of the US we are speaking of)…..:)

    • Avatar Dustin

      This is Portland though. Small hotel rooms can frequently be $350 a night or more (for 2).

      • Avatar Alex

        Good to know, Dustin, thanks!

    • Avatar Diane the Designer

      Hotels are noisy places and many times the cheaper ones are filled with creepy people who fight at nite and you can hear them down the hall. This is a quiet retreat and an experience in adventure. It is beautifully done. They would not want to lower their price or they would attract the sort of people that might damage it or bring danger to their neighborhood. I operate a vacation cottage retreat property in Arizona and for my single occupancy rental I charge 150 a day. I am not interested in being the cheapest thing out there. I think they are wise to not rent too cheaply. Just my opinion.

      • Avatar oxide

        In other words, the price is high to “keep out the riff-raff.”

        Unfortunately, isn’t that an issue for the whole tiny house movement? If there are neighborhoods of $60K houses, then the people who eventually move in might be “riff raff” who can afford only a $60K house ($500/month or so).

        • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

          I think the general point is it’s not too shabby price-wise for a really fun retreat 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Interesting set up and reasonable price, not bad!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Agreed 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar Amir Alexandra De La Nuez

    I think ? Oxide is correct and it’s insulting to others just trying to have a chance.

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Nicely done, but not for me! Sorry.


    Very nice cabin style tiny house….!

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