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This vintage structure went from ladies’ loo to vintage tiny house. It’s the story of the Loovre cottage in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland which is in North East England featuring an open studio layout with a kitchenette, dining nook, sleeping area, and a wet bath.

It used to be a Victorian ladies’ loo up until the 1950s. More recently it was being used as a tiny ice cream parlor but today it’s a fancy little studio cottage in a quiet corner of a place called Berwick-upon-Tweed within the Elizabethan Town Walls that you can actually stay in. Take a look at it below, learn more, and let us know what you think about it in the comments!

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Ladies’ Loo Tiny Cottage in Berwick-upon-Tweed

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I had to share this wood cliff tiny cabin with a private creek and cliff top views with you right now.

It’s a tiny hand-built retreat made to accommodate two people with its fully equipped tiny kitchen, queen bed, and separate bath house and sauna nearby.

The rear porch gives you amazing treetop views as you’ll be able to see in the photos below. It was built using ten different types of wood. Well water is gravity fed to the cabin and bath house.

Nearby you’ll find an 80′ cliff that overlooks a mountain creek where you can relax and enjoy the peaceful sounds of the moving water.

Tree-top Views in this Handbuilt Wood Cliff Tiny Cabin


Images © HomeAway/Michael Kryzytski

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