This is the Yogi Bear Suite, a tiny house on wheels that’s travelling down the East Coast with the Jellystone Park Tiny Home RV Tour this weekend through November 1.
This home is built from a Tumbleweed Tiny House CompanyCypress Model, and will stop at four Jellystone Parks. While parked, you’ll have the chance to visit and test the THOW out by staying for a few nights. It features nature green siding, a stunning wooden interior and sleeping both on the ground level and in the loft. Get more details about staying in this quaint tiny house below!
This is a Tiny House Airbnb with and arcade, pool and gym in Lithia Springs, Georgia.
The home itself is a shipping container renovation with a huge and lovely front porch. Although it’s not built for full-time living, you’ll find a bathroom with shower and flush toilet, a queen sized bed and television and a mini kitchenette to make coffee and store cool drinks. You can’t miss the giant wall art, which is of Eric Clapton.
For more details or to book the spot, head over to Airbnb.
The adorable tiny build has a couch that rolls out into our downstairs bed (perfect!), a well-stocked kitchen, and a comfortable bathroom. The best part, I think, has to be the pond-front view! The interior is rustic and quaint and I’d love to stay the night. Good news? You can! It’s a vacation rental on Airbnb.
What you might not have expected is that this hotel is pet-friendly. Designed for a weekend or week-long stay, this wagon comes complete with a luxurious bed encased in beautiful flowing bohemian curtains, a comfy pink couch for relaxing after a day of site-seeing, and even a little desk for responding to a few office emails you just can’t ignore (or eating breakfast). There’s a full bathroom and a kitchenette as well.
This is the Writer’s Retreat Getaway Cabin near Boston: An off-grid, no-wifi spot to get away from it all and have a true vacation in the woods.
This is just one of a handful of cabins owned by Getaway, a company that builds awesome tiny homes, puts them in secluded locations near major cities, and rents them out to folks who need to unplug. A pretty brilliant business plan, if you ask me. They opened their first cabins near Boston in 2015, and by 2016 had cabins in New York as well. Book one today!
This is The Pine Lodge in the woods of New York, another Getaway Cabin where you can enjoy an unplugged “anti-vacation.”
I love this one because you could go with friends — it has both a loft bed and a first-floor bed, making great for some low-key bonding time with old buddies. It has a bathroom, kitchen area and everything you need to enjoy s’mores by the fire. Book a Getaway Cabin here.
The Tiny House on Wheels was built by Rolling Cabins and is available to rent for a Wisconsin vacation. See the builder’s handiwork up close and get a taste for tiny living.
See how it is to stay in a tiny house. It is secluded on 20 plus acres. Full electric installed. Contact us for details and availability….Located near the Wisconsin Dells just 15 minutes off the Interstate. It is $110/night with a 2 night minimum. Showers and flush toilet during the warm season… Winter rate just $85/night. NO Water or showers in the Winter. You have to bring your own water for cleaning and drinking.
Why not try out tiny living in this Maryland Vacation Cottage?
This tiny cottage is for rent on Airbnb, and you can spend the night (or a week!) deciding if you could live this way. It has two televisions, sleeping for 4 (a loft and downstairs bed), a full shower and a kitchen with an induction cooktop for making meals. Book your stay!
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