This little cottage in Lee, England is popular with walkers and surfers taking advantage of all nature has to offer nearby. While the exterior might blend into the natural surroundings, inside the owners chose a bright and bold color palette.
There’s a bathroom in a separate building, and you can cook on the veranda with a provided camp stove and all kinds of cooking utensils. Then it’s time to enjoy a walk or drink some coffee and take in the views from the porch.
Now, this is different! The owners blended an A-frame with a Saltbox style cabin and dubbed it a “G-Frame.” I really like how it opens up the interior and offers more loft headroom, while at the same time keeping that cozy A-frame feel inside.
The whole cabin is run on solar power, and heated with the indoor wood stove, and wood stove in the nearby sauna. There is a foot pump sink for washing dishes, an indoor composting toilet, and during warmer weather, an outdoor shower. What do you think?
Stevie sent us pictures of the awesome 8×17 vacation cottage he built from an old playhouse. What was simply a shell, he spent the last 3 years transforming into a fully-livable little home complete with a kitchen, nearby bathhouse (plumbed!), loft bed and comfy sitting area.
I actually see these for sale on Facebook Marketplace pretty frequently. Maybe we should buy one and work on making it into an awesome Airbnb cottage!
Sleep where doves used to rest in this quaint stone cottage outside of Edinburgh, Scotland. The little cottage is surrounded by tranquil, mature gardens.
Inside you’ll find a lovely open-concept kitchen and living room, surrounded by stone walls and featuring live-edge countertops and a wood-burning stove to increase the cozy factor.
When it’s time to sleep, you’ll enter the dove’s tower where you’ll find illuminated nesting boxes from ancient times! There’s also a modern bathroom complete with a rainfall shower head. Book your stay on Airbnb.
When you think of a cabin you probably picture all-wood interior and lanterns, but this tiny cottage bucks the tide with it’s chic Joanna-Gaines-inspired interior, complete with shiplap, rope planters, and a blanket ladder.
This cozy and romantic getaway for two includes a queen bed with oodles of pillows and a deck accessible from the bedroom. Go outside and grill by the fire, or enjoy the fully-stocked kitchen indoors.
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