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This Airbnb host owns a 5-acre working organic farm and was looking for her next step post-hairstyling career. She found this 1974 Airstream that was dump-bound and saw tons of potential (that no one else saw!). As money allowed she was able to hire folks to help her revitalize the Airstream and ultimately turned it into a luxurious Airbnb oasis on her farm.

The trailer sits under a large canopy and has a sitting area, kitchen and bedroom inside. The outdoor covered bathroom area is right next to it, with a beautiful rainfall shower, flush toilet and all the amenities. You can enjoy dinner on the covered deck or nearby patio as well.

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1974 Airstream Goes from Dump to Dazzling Airbnb

Revitalized Airstream on an Organic Farm 2

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Check out this stunning 1976 Vintage Airstream that’s been lovingly restored by the people at Tiny Haven in Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia.

The interior of the Airstream has a clean, almost Nautical look to it now, with bright white walls and navy accents. The bathroom has been redone as a stylish tiled wet bath, and there’s a California King Bed in the back! Wow.

But what really makes this a special spot to stay is the large covered deck with pasture views. The sunsets are breathtaking and you’ll feel secluded from the hustle and bustle, but close enough to town to explore. Book it here.

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Stay in this Clean & Bright 1976 Vintage Airstream

Gypsy Airstream 003

Images via Tiny Haven

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This is Glamping in Wales, a renovated Airstream vacation property that’s a perfect place for a tiny holiday.

It’s a 1964 version and sits on a private piece of land. You’ll have an awning and little porch for outdoor dwelling, and when you go inside you’ll find a gorgeous cream and lavender color scheme that’s soothing and cozy.

Get more details below and go to Under the Thatch to book your stay. Enjoy! With a special voucher code, Tiny House Talk readers get £50 off a stay in this property if you make a booking before July 31, 2017. Details below!

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Renovated Airstream You Can Rent in Wales!

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Do you love vintage travel trailers? Then you’ll definitely love the Sou’Wester Lodge because they have over 15 vintage travel trailers you can rent by the night, though they have many other attractions as well.

The Lodge also has rooms in its historic main house, a series of small cabins, a self-serve gift shop stocked with local foods, art, crafts and music, a sauna/steam room, and it hosts concerts and art events. All that, and a great location within walking distance of the beach in Seaview, Washington, a few hours from both Seattle and Portland, Oregon.

I’ve visited the Sou’Wester twice now, staying in three different travel trailers, and I wanted to make sure the tiny house community knew about this unique resource. For fans of small spaces, it’s a fantastic way to get design ideas and to see how a trailer feels and functions. The trailers have been lovingly and stylishly restored with special touches like locally made soap, champagne flutes or mason jars in the kitchens, and some even have record players and come stocked with records. Their biggest trailer, the African Queen, has two floors, four separate beds, and a full bathtub!

Each one is amazing in its own way. They are all truly vintage, and each trailer I’ve stayed in had its own set of quirks – but that’s a genuine, vintage trailer for you! It’s a great way to see what works and what doesn’t for your particular needs, especially if you’re considering buying or living in one.

Tiny Vintage Travel Trailer Hotel

Vintage travel trailers at the Sou'Wester Lodge.

Images © Billy Ulmer

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Today this couple is busy renovating a traditional 500 sq. ft. small home that they recently bought. It’s a very old home (over 100 years old!) so they tore it down and are building again from scratch.

Cool, right? But it gets better because before that they had sold their previous home (and all of their stuff) and they renovated and then lived in this tiny Airstream for 18 months. And that’s what I’m showing you here now.

And if you want you can even rent this exact ‘Eco Airstream’ using Airbnb. It’s in Alameda, California and can accommodate up to two guests. This travel trailer has been completely remodeled with solar power, clay walls, LED lighting, a waterless composting toilet, full kitchen, shower, and more.

Couple’s Renovated Eco Airstream Travel Trailer


Images © greenrvlife/ystudiophotography

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