This Cow Shed Tiny House in Easton Farm Park in Woodbridge, United Kingdom is uniquely built to resemble a traditional cow shed. It’s known as the Daisy and is located in a rural haven where you can immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature while still enjoying the comforts of a cozy double bed and an additional three-quarter bed above.
This sleeping arrangement accommodates four guests, making it a good choice for families or a group of friends seeking an unforgettable outdoor adventure. If you need more space, there are several other cow sheds on the property too. What do you think?
Now here’s an awesome spot to enjoy your next vacation! In Bandon, Oregon you’ll find a quaint farm which is home to a little cabin tucked in the forest with cranberry bog views. Idyllic doesn’t even begin to describe it.
The cabin is simple, housing a queen-sized bed and a dressing area, and a little stove for warmth. There’s a lovely deck where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee, as well. When nature calls, just walk over to the vintage caravan that has been transformed into a cozy bathhouse, complete with a horse trough tub perfect for soaking!
You can book your stay at this awesome place on HipCamp.
This itty bitty yurt is just one room with space for a twin-sized sleeping pad, couple of chairs and a wood-burning stove. Not much to look at, which reminded me a lot of Thoreau’s little cabin in the woods.
This yurt is in Flagstaff, Arizona on a campground: There’s a Main Lodge nearby with toilet and shower facilities, and you’ll have a exterior picnic table and grill to make food. Thinking camping, but they provide the tent (yurt) — with a bonus wood-burning stove!
This is a 48-sq.-ft. micro cottage that sleeps two. It’s the My Tiny Bird House by MJ Boyle and is available as a vacation rental on Airbnb.
Outside, it’s a charming micro bungalow cottage! Step inside to find two twin beds (bunk-style), kitchenette on the main level, drawer toilet under bed with cedar loo outhouse option, private outdoor shower, BBQ, and deck. What do you think of it? Take a look below and let us know in the comments.
This is ESCAPE SPACE, a new line of beautiful buildings that can be put almost anywhere and used for almost anything. Whether you are looking for a man cave, she shed, home office, art studio, or glamping space, or any other ADU, and they start at under $12,000, making them beautiful and affordable.
You can order them as a shell and finish it yourself, or you can have a variety of options added. You pick the model with your desired options, they build it and deliver it to your site.
This is a modern and rustic tiny house in France surrounded by farmlands and mature trees near Bergerac.
It features one double bed sleeping loft and one double sofa bed, a private bathroom with a shower and composting toilet, and a complete kitchen. How do you like it? I always enjoy seeing foreign tiny homes for some reason. Do you?
This is the retro trailer cabin with trampoline awnings fixed onto the roof of the trailer to give you shade on your private patio. This tiny house is located in Joshua Tree, California.
Outside, glampers will have their own private patio, which is shaded by two fixed trampolines on the roof of the trailer, as well as an antique clawfoot bathtub and lounge chairs for watching the sunrise or observing the bright night sky.
This is a transparent tiny house in Waipara, South Island, New Zealand. It’s a vacation tiny home nestled over Waipara Valley. The most amazing part? The tiny house has transparent glass ceilings, walls, and floors so you can take in the incredible views at any moment of the day.
Inside, you’ve got a king-size bed, a dining area, and bathroom. Outdoor amenities include a barbecue grill, outdoor seats, and a deck. What do you think of the transparent walls, ceilings, and floors? I don’t think I’ve ever seen that done before in a tiny home to this extent.
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