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Tiny Cabin in the Netherlands


This is a tiny cabin in the Netherlands called the Goffertpark Cabin.

When you go inside you’ll notice that it lives like a studio because of the open floor plan.

You’ll find the living area, bedroom and kitchenette all in one room. And yes, you’ll also find a little bathroom inside so you have everything you need.

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The Goffertpark Cabin in the Netherlands

Tiny Cabin in the Netherlands

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Living Area Corner inside the Micro Cabin Bedroom Suite in the Goffertpark Studio Cabin Dining Area and Storage Bathroom Bedroom with French windows Goffertpark Cabin in the Netherlands Goffertpark Cabin 008 Goffertpark Cabin 009

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  • Avatar Liz
    September 25, 2015, 11:54 am

    Oh hell yes!!!

  • Avatar Carlos
    September 25, 2015, 6:13 pm

    Isn’t the outhouse supposed to be outside of the house?

  • Avatar Vee
    September 25, 2015, 6:31 pm

    SWEET!!!!!!!

  • Avatar Theo
    September 26, 2015, 12:09 am

    Overall, I like it. I do think the porch should be a bit shorter, giving that space to the inside, and the porch roof floored to be a loft, open to the inside, for storage use. And love the fact that the loo is so close to the bed. At last, someone else sees the luxury of the bed and the loo on the same level, with no tricky ladder or steps to navigate while 2/3 asleep. My first choice of roof would be a rounded, or gambrel, roof, but I wouldn’t complain with a peaked roof.

  • Avatar Michael
    September 26, 2015, 12:59 am

    I like it too although I am not a studio type guy. The biggest plus is that there is no loft. Wondering what size it has and how much it has been to build. For me the size of the porch is right and provides good sun and rain protection. However, Theo is right it should have a floor.
    Overall – well done!

  • Avatar Pat
    September 26, 2015, 2:01 am

    Yes I really like this one. Square feet overall? I would out a dividing wall between bed and bathroom.

  • Avatar Thomas
    September 27, 2015, 10:47 pm

    What is the Heat source? (for the radiator I see in one pix)

  • September 28, 2015, 4:53 am

    I have to agree both with Tammy, Randy & Pat. The cabin is really tiny and kinda of crowded. I would definitely want my bathroom separate from the rest of the room and If it was my place I would want the bathroom sink in with the toilet. I didn’t notice until I read Tammy’s comment about the picture. I’m probably wrong it looks like they switch the furniture around under the picture they have a love seat and when you scroll down further you see a really nice table in it’s place. I think the place is cute but I would like a little more room. I think the porch is awesome!

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