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Looking for the perfect, cozy place to stay this winter? This Ottawa Cabin on the Bay couldn’t get much better with its wood-burning stove and secluded location.

Despite being tucked in a private spot in the woods, it’s nearby to all the amenities you could need. It is off-grid, but solar power keeps the lights on and allows you to charge a phone. There’s no running water, but an outhouse gives you a place to go. Inside you’ll find a small kitchenette for making coffee and maybe some pancakes, and up the ladder is the cozy loft bedroom. You can book a stay on Airbnb or follow the cabin on Instagram.

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A ‘Back to Basics’ Off-Grid Cabin in Canada

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This cabin is a great example of *not* painting natural wood, and yet still getting a light airy feel with the white furniture and accents! I’m partial to seeing wood grain, so this looks especially inviting.

While not exactly tiny, this smaller vacation rental offers plenty of ideas for little spaces, and it’s impeccably decorated. There are three bedrooms, each with a queen bed, and two bathrooms (one with a tub/shower and one with a shower). The kitchen has all you need to cook and serve a meal.

You can book your stay in this gem in the Poconos over at Airbnb.

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Cozy but Sleek Cabin for Your Family Vacation

Oak Cabin for a Family Vacation in the Poconos

Images via Airbnb

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Want to experience a little taste of farm life (without the chores)? Stay a few nights in this off-grid cabin at Moon in the Pond Farm near Housatonic Meadows State Park in Massachusetts.

The accommodation is charming, but simple, with a comfortable queen bed, a little table and chair, and a snuggly wood burning stove for cooking and keeping warm.

This is a working farm, so you can purchase some of their homegrown goods and firewood, or go to some of the nearby small restaurants and cafe for meals. Book your stay here.

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Glamp in This Farmside Cabin with Wood-burning Stove

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Images via HipCamp

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Why stay in a typical cabin when you could have a unique stay in the Pachinko Cabin? This bespoke off-grid wonder sits on 20 acres of land and has no running water or electricity, but provides an experience unlike any other.

There’s a hand-crank Victrola, wood-burning stove for heating and cooking, and 5-10 gallons of water for drinking and washing. An outhouse is nearby, and during the warmer months there’s a shower house too. Climb the Lapeyre stairs into the bedroom, which features standing-height ceilings and a full-sized bed.

Enjoy the photo tour below and book your stay at Airbnb.

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Get Back to Nature in the Pachinko Cabin!

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

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Check out this adorable, rustic Old Hickory Tiny House on skids that’s for sale in Knoxville, TN. Built from some kind of house kit, this 384 square foot home has a metal roof, two porches (one detached) and two lofts.

Inside there’s a spacious living room that could easily double as a ground-floor sleeping area, as well as a kitchen and bathroom. One loft is great for storage, while the other could be used as a bedroom (although the ceilings are fairly low).

At $35,000, it’s hard to beat the price for something so finished — but keep in mind you’re responsible to pay for towing. Make an offer at Tiny House Marketplace here.

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384 Sq Ft Barn-Style Tiny House on Skids

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Ok, I know you’re going to hate the price of this 480 Sq. Ft. cabin, BUT it’s located on .81 acres of lakefront property and includes a greenhouse and 200 square foot guest house/office/workspace for additional square footage. So you’re really paying $375,000 for the breathtaking land more than just the little home.

Plus you’ll have you’re own private dock so you can swim or fish or canoe any time you’d like. Inside the home has a cozy wood stove and one bedroom, with space in the large main room for a Murphy bed if you’d like it. The kitchen has everything you need including a dishwasher, and there’s a large front deck with water views for your morning cup of coffee. Located in Tahuya, WA, you can schedule a tour via Zillow.

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Lakeside Cabin with .81 Acres For Sale in WA (Sold)

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Images via Zillow

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Meet the Karg Cabin — an eco-friendly off-grid cabin powered by the sun. It’s unique and compact design makes it great for an office, guest house, or micro home!

These honeycomb-shaped structures are built in Estonia and created from natural materials: wood, wool insulation, and straw panels. There are three varieties: The Karg cabin, the Karg sauna, and the Karg mini.

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Honeycomb-Shaped Home: The Karg Cabin

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Images via Karg

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Coming in at 280-square feet, the Honeycrisp Cottage in Southern Vermont is a dreamy energy-efficient getaway, and a tiny house design worth bookmarking for your future build!

This home (@honeycrisp_cottage on Instagram) would make a perfect granny flat because of the open floor plan and downstairs bedroom, but really anyone interested in going tiny could enjoy this space! The Airbnb hosts designed the home themselves and included a floorplan (you can see below). They hired out some work and DIYed the rest, and the total cost to build was around $75,000. Book your stay on Airbnb!

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Energy-Efficient Tiny House Cottage in Vermont

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Images via Andrea/Airbnb

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Need a romantic getaway once COVID-19 is under control? This rustic tiny cabin in Canada on your own private pond looks like the perfect place to unplug.

This little one-room cabin measures 13 x 10.5 feet and has a bedroom loft or a futon with an air mattress if you don’t like ladders. The best part, in my opinion, is the wood burning stove. There’s a composting toilet for #1 inside the cabin, but a three-minute walk from the cabin is a lovely Victorian home with a full kitchen and luxurious bathroom you are welcome to. You can book your stay here on Airbnb! Enjoy the photo tour below.

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Rustic Romantic Getaway Cabin in Canada

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