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This is the Eilidh cabin. It’s a tiny cabin on a foundation in the Isle of Wight in the United Kingdom.

‘Eilidih’ is the Gaelic name that means light. This tiny house is available as a vacation rental through Tiny Homes Holidays.

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The Eilidh Off-Grid Tiny Cabin

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This is the Hope, a Tumbleweed Roanoke Vacation Rental at Austin’s Original Tiny Home Hotel.

It features two bedroom lofts for sleeping for up to four adults and a spacious kitchen and living area that’s great for relaxing on your Texan vacation! I’m quite partial to the light pine interior and the darker woods in the kitchen. Take a look!

Book your stay here and get contact information for Tumbleweed below.

Related: Roanoke 20 Alta Tiny House

The Hope: A Tumbleweed Roanoke Vacation Rental, TX

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This is the Dongola Cabin Vacation Spot in Jefferson National Forest.

Up on the Laurel’s Dongola Cabin is a secluded, compact 384 square foot cabin designed to be a place for recreating, writing, relaxing and star-gazing. It sits on the south side of Iron Mountain in the Jefferson National Forest’s Mount Rogers National Recreation Area and takes in the scenic views of Whitetop Mountain and Mount Rogers. Its proximity to sites and towns of middle Appalachia, along with its fresh water, fresh air and relaxed pace make our cabin a lovely spot to visit.

Maybe it’s time for a trip to Virginia? Book it on Airbnb.

Related: 850 Sq. Ft. Modern Cabin in the Forest

Dongola Cabin Vacation Spot in Jefferson National Forest

Images via Airbnb

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This is Cosmo’s Tiny Vacation Teardrop Home on Wheels.

The little Vistabule trailer has been Cosmos’ bed for 52 nights over the past year and he uses it as a “step-up” from a tent as he takes in beautiful nature views. You can watch his entire video tour below, where he explains all the amazing features of his little home away from home. Enjoy!

Related: Teardrop-Inspired Tiny Camper

Screenshots via YouTube/Cosmo Weems

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This is the Bamboo Tiny House at the Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland.

You can stay here for $145/night.

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Bamboo Tiny House Hotel in Portland: $145/night

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This is a 16 x 20 foot Water’s Edge Cabin on Cortes Island in British Columbia.

You can book it at Cortes Island Vacation Rentals.

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16 x 20 Water’s Edge Cabin on Cortes Island

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This is Angela’s whimsical and unique tram-caravan-shack-tiki-bar Airbnb spot in Australia featured on Apartment Therapy.

The hotel consists of four different tiny structures. You guessed it: A tram, a caravan, a shack and a tiki bar.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Tram-Caravan-Shack-Tiki-Bar Tiny Vacation Spot in AU

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A cozy vacation cottage tucked away in the woods of Pender Island, British Columbia, Canada. This cottage was restored by the owners who are very crafty with woodworking, stain glass and plastering. They call it the Artwood Cottage.

The cottage has a sleeping loft, open living and dining room, a small kitchen and bathroom with composting toilet.

You can see their creative touches throughout the cottage including earthy textured plastering on the walls.

They’ve replaced the wooden stairs that lead up to the sleeping loft. And check out the custom railing upstairs. Plus the fireplace downstairs seems to be wrapped with natural stone.

Explore the Artwood Cottage below.

Artwood Cottage with Loft in British Columbia

Artwood Cottage with Loft in British Columbia

Images © Artwood Cottage

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Wanted to show you this awesome treehouse cabin rental that’s on Airbnb.

It’s located in Cave Junction, Oregon and is completely elevated off the ground.

As soon as you just look at it must feel like you’re in some kind of wonderland.

It’s not a complete home (no kitchen or shower) but it does have a half bathroom.

Just don’t expect a kitchen and all of that. If it were mine, I’d officially call it, “The Indiana Jones Sleeper Treehouse,” if that’s not too much.

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Sleeper treehouse cabin

Photo Credit Airbnb.com

Anyways, I encourage you to tour the rest of it below:

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