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The Granary: Rustic Chic Early 1900s Cottage


It’s always lovely when an old building gets new life, and that’s the case of this little cabin on a 2-acre farm property with lush grass and gardens.

While the structure isn’t insulated, they have a small heater and electric blankets for cool-weather camping, or you can enjoy it in the summertime! There’s an RV toilet and gravity-fed water system for washing hands.

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Cottage Glamping on 2 Acres in West Michigan

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The red barnwood and English-style garden beds beckon!

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The exposed framing has all been painted white.

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Weathered wood and other vintage items welcome you.

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Beautiful tulip painting.

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Wicker and ruffles!

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There’s a bed and a seating area for two.

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There’s a composting toilet and water basin behind the counter.

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There’s a gravity-fed water system for washing hands.

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This fish-eye lens lets you see everything there.

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View from the other corner.

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Sit outside and enjoy the lush, green views.

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There’s a patio and above-ground pool as well.

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Highlights:

Looking forward to welcoming guests old and new in 2021. If you’re into cold weather camping, come and stay! It’s better than a tent but isn’t insulated. Small heater provided but it only takes the chill off. Electric blanket and lots of comforters and quilts make for cozy sleeping. Hot water pot and pour over coffee or tea. If you’re not afraid to wake up to a brisk morning, come check out the farm in early spring. Don’t let the fear of virus keep you down! I’ll be taking extra steps in fully sanitizing the space between each guest and plenty of soap, sanitizer, and lysol wipes will be provided. There is no longer access to my home for the full bathroom. Aka. No Shower. YES there is a toilet(battery flush camping/rv toilet). YES there is a wash basin and plenty of good quality clean fresh water.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Marsha Cowan
    May 24, 2021, 12:19 pm

    This is so adorable! Lovely white paint and quaint accessories and furniture. It looks so relaxing and comfortable. I love the divider wall of curtains, door, and window. Great idea! Love this place!

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