Hotel guests can choose from a variety of other tiny houses on trailers to spend the night in depending on availability. Occasionally they even host tiny house tours.
It’s a great way to spend your next vacation if you want to experience what it’s like living in a tiny house. And if you’re seriously considering going tiny, I’d say this is a must before you consider building. This way first you can make sure it feels right. If you want, check out the tiny house vacations category here at Tiny House Talk for even more options.
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