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This is a tiny modern cabin getaway among the rolling hills of Slovenska Bistrica, in Slovenia. The unit accommodates two guests with a queen bed, table, chest of drawers, and shelves.
Access to a bathroom is just a few steps away from the cabin where you have panoramic views of the mountains, valleys, and hills. There’s an open fireplace, outdoor chairs, table, and more.
Tiny Modern Cabin Vacation in Slovenia Among the Rolling Hills…
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This is a woodsy, lakefront tiny cabin getaway in Charlotte, North Carolina. The home can accommodate up to six guests. There are two bedrooms, one bathroom, and there’s also a sleeping loft with two single air mattresses.
The living room features a comfortable sofa and a wall-mounted flat screen television. The kitchen has a refrigerator, sink, coffee maker, and a microwave. There’s a table with seating for four. The patio has a barbeque grill and overlooks Lake Wylie. The community has boat ramps, beach access, a campfire spot, Adirondack chairs, a barbecue patio, and a pool.
Lakefront Tiny Cabin Vacation in Charlotte, North Carolina in a Two Bedroom Tiny Cabin
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Inside you’ll find a kitchen, living area, bathroom, and bedroom. There’s even an outdoor hot tub to relax in. What do you think?
Igloo-Style Tiny House/Cabin Getaway near Riga, Latvia
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Tiny Digs Portland Hotel invites you to stay for $145 per night.
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150 sq. ft. Barn Tiny House Getaway in Portland
Villa BiG is a guest post by Gary Huffman, a retired army general who built his own 438 sq. ft. tiny cabin as an office and get-away
One theme that is common among military people of all services is that one collects a great deal of memorabilia along the way, either intentionally or unintentionally. These memorabilia may be on display in your workspace, or your den, or packed away in the attic or garage. After thirty-one years I had items scatted among all those places!
I was serving in Iraq in 2005 when I began to consider retirement, however upon my return to the United States circumstances changed. I was selected for a new position in a different city; I was accepted to attend the United States Army War College; and I was promoted to Colonel. All of these were good things and I continued to collect “stuff” along the way.
Villa BiG: Army General’s Tiny Cabin Getaway and Office
Image © Gary Huffman