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Meet the Moulin de Liar, a little stone cottage that was once a working mill, built next to a babbling brook. In 2016, it was entirely renovated to make it a modern spot that still has old-world charm.

The bottom floor houses the kitchen, dining area, living room and bathroom, while up a spiral staircase you’ll find a sleeping loft with a double bed.

The views and surround area are absolutely stunning, making this a great vacation spot. I could live here! Book your stay on Airbnb.

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Little Stone Cottage by a Babbling Brook, France

Charming Stone Tiny House: Moulin de Liar 24

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Yes, there are still more tiny house rentals at the Acony Bell Tiny House Community in North Carolina we want to show you! This Airbnb, called the Firefly Hideaway, sleeps 6 (4 adults and 2 kids).

There is a ground floor queen-sized bedroom and a loft with another queen. The sofa folds out into a third sleeping area for two. My favorite feature is the large kitchen with a full-sized oven. Cooking for your family while on vacation is a great way to save some money!

You can book the home on Airbnb.

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Stay in a Tiny House Community: Firefly Hideaway

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Here’s another wonderful THOW vacation at the Acony Bell Tiny Home Community. This 340 square foot gooseneck tiny home built by Roughcut Tiny Homes.

The rental is close-by to the Pisgah National Forest filled with hiking & biking trails, waterfalls, breweries and local family-owned shops. You can even bring a dog upon approval for an additional $50 pet fee.

The home features a fully-stocked kitchen, two bedrooms with queen-sized beds (one accessible by ladder, the other by stairs), and a spacious bathroom. You can book your stay at Airbnb.

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Vacation in North Carolina in The Live Edge THOW

The Live Edge Tiny House Getaway in North Carolina Tiny House Village

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If you’re looking for a quiet WiFi-free vacation where you can truly get back to basics, why not stay at Elizabeth’s Quaint Tiny Home she built with her dad? Located in Northern Michigan just a couple miles from downtown Charlevoix, her tiny house getaway features tons of sweet touches and oodles of 5-star reviews.

She supplies you with s’mores, snacks, and even a scrapbook of the build so you can see the history and hard-work behind the place. The home is nestled in the woods with plenty of walking trails around, so you can get outside and enjoy a little forest-bathing. What do you think?

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Take a Break from Real Life in Elizabeth’s Quaint Tiny Home

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What a cute tiny home mountain retreat for your next vacation (which is hopefully soon!). If you are thinking about buying a tiny house on wheels, I highly recommend staying a few nights (or a whole week!) in one to get an idea of what it’d really be like.

Of course, living in a space is much different than staying for a short time, but this is a very standard compact THOW that would help you get your feet wet. It sleeps up to three, has heating and air conditioning and is fully stocked with linens and towels. There is a grill outside as well as a community hot tub. And you can’t beat the views!

Book your stay at GlampingHub!

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Try out THOW Life in this Colorado Tiny Home

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