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In Wellsville, Utah sits a little hobby farm with gardens, sheep, chickens, pigs, and an orchard. Back among the young trees is this little off-grid Grove Cottage, which you can rent on Airbnb!

It has a covered porch with an idyllic porch swing, and inside you’ll find sleeping for up to 6 between a King-sized bed, queen sleeper sofa, and loft for kids. Keep warm with the wood stove, or roast s’mores over the fire outside. There’s no kitchen or indoor plumbing, but you’ll find a composting toilet, outdoor shower and washing station on the side of the house.

You can also cook up burgers on the grill, and store drinks in the complementary cooler. Enjoy the photo tour of this lovely spot below.

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Idyllic Grove Cottage with Mountain Views, Utah

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This is an adorable Tiny Cottage in Nashville designed and built by its owners who now rent the space on Airbnb. The home has been featured in Travel+Leisure, Southern Living, House Beautiful, the Tennessean, and USA Today, and is the most-wish-listed Airbnb in all of Tennessee!

It’s easy to see why: The arched doorway leads you into an open floor plan with a comfortable daybed/couch, kitchenette with robin’s-egg-blue cabinets and loft bedroom housing a queen-sized bedroom. The little details and charming decor make this spot even more fantastic.

The home sits on a family’s homestead, and you are free to pick the in-season produce growing in their garden. Book your stay on Airbnb!

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Homestead Getaway in Nashville: Tiny Cottage Vacation

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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


Images via Andrea/Airbnb

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This is a $25,000 tiny house on wheels that’s for sale in Valley Center, California via the Tiny House Marketplace.

It’s an 8’x16′ studio tiny house built on a Ronco deck over flatbed trailer. What do you think? Deal or no deal?

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$25k Studio Tiny Cottage on Wheels For Sale in California…

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This is a Light and Bright Cottage built by Free Range Tiny Homes that’s for sale in Eatonton, Georgia.

Built on a 16 ft. trailer, this is about as “tiny” as we see. It has a bathroom with whiskey barrel tub and Nature’s Head composting toilet, a loft bedroom accessible via a white wooden ladder, a kitchenette and a super cool wood-burning stove with copper heat shield. The white shiplap interior coupled with navy accents gives in an almost-nautical vibe.

Get more details, price, and contact information for Free Range Tiny Homes below. Enjoy!

Related: Free Range Tiny House with Guest Room

Light and Bright Cottage by Free Range Tiny Homes

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This is a 17th Century Stable Cottage that’s been totally renovated into a lovely vacation home in Sussex, England.

I love seeing one-floor plans with a big, open main living area. I think for folks who hate stairs, this kind of floor plan is perfect! The bedroom and bathroom sit off the main room that overlooks stunning pasture dotted with sheep.

Want to rent it? Book your stay at Choose Cottage!

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17th Century Stable Cottage Vacation in England

Images via Choose Cottage

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This is the Hidden Lovenest, a Welsh Tin Cabin in Pembrokshire that former owner, Gregory, emailed us about. Thanks!

The cottage is now a quaint and charming rental with gorgeous views of Welsh fields. Gregory said if memory serves him right, the house was 25 square meters, or 269 square feet. There’s a small kitchen, a cozy living room, and then a bedroom and bathroom. The veranda has a fun wood stove for warming by on cool nights.

Rent it (and get more information) right here.

Related: Shepherd’s Hut Vacation in Somerset

Tiny Tin Cabin in Pembrokshire

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This is a simple 178 sq. ft. backyard tiny cottage that’s 11.5 ft. by 15.5 ft.

The home, rather than using high-end materials, is fitted out with simple finishes. Why show it? Sometimes all we need is “basic” and it’s good to see tiny homes at all levels of finishings. Something like this could be built for a lot less than some of the more “luxury” homes we see. Plus, add some paint and decor, and this could be a really cute space! The best part is the storage staircase. Instead of just drawers, you open it like a closet from the back — I haven’t seen that before.

Check out the full video tour below!

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Simple 178 Sq. Ft. Backyard Tiny Cottage

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This is The Doll’s House, a Cornish Seaside Tiny Home that’s for sale (as of April 12th).

Admittedly, it doesn’t come at a tiny price tag (likely due to it’s seafront locale), but I loved looking at this funky home squeezed between two much larger buildings. It’s just 339 sq. ft. and features a red, white and blue color scheme, which might be for the Union Jack, but feels pretty “Fourth of July” as well! The house is long and skinny, and looks like a lot of fun.

See the pictures and be inspired below! For more details, check out the Country Living story.

Related: Tower Vacation Home in Hampshire, England

The Doll’s House: Cornish Seaside Tiny Home

Images via Country Living

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