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This is the Lochside Follies tower cottage in Scotland. It features a round shape and offers around 400 sq. ft. of space inside.

When you step inside, you’ll find a living area, dining area, kitchen, fireplace, bathroom, and a beautiful upstairs sleeping loft bedroom. Not to mention, the incredible upstairs balcony with beautiful views of the surrounding landscapes.

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Lochside Follies Tower Cottage in Scotland

Tiny Tower Guest House 002

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This is The Mudgee Tower cabin in New South Wales, Australia by Casey Brown Architecture.

From the outside, you’ll see that it has copper siding with enormous shutters that open and close with a winch. This structure was designed and built for camping.

When you go inside, you’ll find a 192 sq. ft. micro cabin with a kitchenette, living area, wood burning stove, and bedding. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

The Mudgee Tower Cabin in Australia

The Mudgee Tower Cabin in Australia

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Perched up on a hill on San Juan Island, Washington, this rustic cabin has two towers. The entire cabin is a total of 672 sq. ft. The towers are connected by a lower level open living and dining area along with the kitchen.

The upper part of the towers are sleeping lofts that can be accessed by ladder.  This cabin is completely off grid so there is no indoor bathroom and heat is provided by wood stove. Enjoy below and check out the views you could get from here. The views from the sleeping lofts must be amazing.

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Rustic, Double-Tower Cabin on San Juan Island


Images © David Vandervort

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