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While it’s not uncommon for a yurt to be placed on a deck, I’m not sure we’ve ever seen one on stilts! This set-up allows for a spacious sleeping area in the yurt itself, and a fun porch with a private soaking tub and fire pit.

On the first floor, the bathhouse has a residential toilet and walk-in shower with two shower heads. A spiral staircase takes you up to the second level, where the yurt and porch are located. You’re not far from Lake George, but there’s also a shared pool about 300 feet from the yurt.

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Yurt on Stilts w/ Spiral Staircase

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Images via Jon/Airbnb

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Tiny cabins make excellent romantic getaways, and this one on Saint John River is no exception. Add in a sauna and two hammock swings under the porch, and you have the perfect getaway!

This unique design has a loft bedroom suspended above the main living area, with balconies on either end and two massive skylights that give you starry sky views at night. You can curl up on the plush black couch and look out on the trees, or walk down to the river and sit on the shore. A pellet stove will keep you toasty and comfortable on chilly winter nights.

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Romantic Escape w/ Sauna and Pellet Stove

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Images via Airbnb/Elissa

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This gorgeous “rustic glamour” cabin sits atop a mountain in Alabama, looking down on stunning views of the “Walls of Jericho.” A large deck surrounds the house and allows you to enjoy the outdoors as much as the inside. Plus, the folding glass doors open up to clear your view from the queen-sized bed and couch.

There’s a patio off to the side of the house, where a fire pit and some Adirondack chairs welcome you. Back inside you’ll find a full kitchen on one wall of the home, as well as a 3/4 bathroom with a stacked washer and dryer. The porch also features a double outdoor shower and a hot tub.

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Luxurious Studio-Style Cabin in the Alabama Mountains

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Images via Airbnb/Haley

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Mirror cabins are such a fun way to immerse yourself in nature. All the luxuries of climate control and no bugs, but with the amazing views of the surrounding landscape from every angle. This one offers a studio-style layout indoors, with a luxurious queen-sized bed that overlooks the woods.

The interior also has a kitchenette, seating area, and a bathroom that makes it feel like you’re showering among the trees. If you want to nature bathe, though, there’s also an outdoor shower and bathtub. You also have access to the sauna, for the ultimate relaxation!

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Mirrored Tiny Home on Secluded 11 Acres with Sauna

Mirror Cabin in Texas w: Outdoor Bathtub

Images via Airbnb/Garrett

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We’re excited to introduce you to the Highland Cottages, built by Timbercraft Tiny Homes in the mountains of North Alabama. Inspired by the Scottish Highlands, these studio-style getaway cabins are surrounded by forest and have lovely private decks with hot tubs for you to enjoy during your stay.

Each cottage has a large folding glass door that opens wide so the inside and outside can collide. You can enjoy the gorgeous forest views from your bed! When you get up, you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the kitchenette and get cleaned up in the stunning tiled shower stall in the bathroom. There are even towel heaters installed, which you’d find in any Airbnb in Scotland! What do you think?

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Scottish Experience in the Mountains of North Alabama

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Kat has been living tiny on and off for years! She and her ex moved into a tiny house together, had two kids in it, and were later divorced. While she kept that tiny house for a time, she eventually sold it and moved into an apartment. But she still wanted their own space! So she devised a plan to purchase land, get started on a large cabin, and build a tiny house for them to live in temporarily while the larger home is completed.

Below you can see that “temporary” tiny house, which she spent only $25,000 to complete! Incredible! While she has faced some difficulties with permitting and town lawns, her house is technically legal after paying $200 for an after-the-fact permit (which she didn’t think she needed until a neighbor complained). Get all the details in the video!

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Only $25K Invested! Awesome Tiny House on Wheels

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This chic Icelandic guesthouse is a cozy little studio among the barren, rugged landscape of Iceland. Located near Selfoss, a quiet town, you’ll be miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

There’s a beautiful porch with privacy walls that takes you inside the cabin. The cottage has a sitting area, kitchenette, dining table, and a cozy bed nook in the corner for you to enjoy. A little bathroom with a shower stall, flush toilet, and sink sits right off of the living area. What a magical little getaway!

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Quaint Cottage w/ Stunning Icelandic Views

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If you ever wanted to experience Burntcoat Head Park and the Bay of Fundy, this adorable cottage in Nova Scotia might be the ticket! The one-room cottage has queen “bunk beds” to sleep a family of four, a compact kitchen, and some truly breathtaking views!

There are shared bathroom facilities on site, and one other cottage is strategically placed far enough away to make this feel like a private retreat. Enjoy time in nature all day and rest your head in this quaint spot at night. What do you think?

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Breathtaking Views of the Bay of Fundy!

Colorful Little Cottage in Nova Scotia

Images via Heidi/Airbnb

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Calling all cyclists! This tiny house situated on the Camel Trail in Cornwall is an absolutely stunning modern, yet cozy, vacation spot that could act as a great home base for those wanting to travel the traffic-free trail that winds through beautiful countryside.

The interior is set up studio-style, with a double bed in one corner, a small bathroom with a shower, and an L-shape kitchen area with a mini-fridge, sink, and microwave oven. The wood stove provides heat and ambiance. Sit on the front porch and enjoy your cup of tea!

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Studio-Style Guest House w/ Modern Porch

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