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Tiny Cabin on Organic Farm Near Portland

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This tiny cabin vacation is in a farm setting just 15 minutes away from downtown Portland, Oregon. I thought you might also enjoy taking a look and considering staying if you’re ever planning on being in the area.

Here you’re surrounded by birds, chickens, farmland, and all things nature on this organic farm. The cabin is 300 sq. ft. inside with an outdoor deck and everything you’ll need to live comfortably simple.

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300 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin Vacation on an Organic Farm in Oregon


Images © Vail/Airbnb

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Joanna
    October 6, 2014, 10:28 am

    I really like the space. It doesn’t seem “tiny” at all. I would really need a larger fridge. There wasn’t a stove or oven either. I didn’t see what they do about laundry though??? No washer & dryer.

    • Alex
      October 6, 2014, 3:42 pm

      It’s in between tiny and small I guess but that’s all relative. It’s 300 sq. ft. if you’re curious. And yes- larger fridge would be nice. But this is just being used as a vacation rental so guests I believe also have access to main house with more amenities (like washer/dryer) and larger kitchen.

  • Marsha Cowan
    October 6, 2014, 3:50 pm

    Wow! This is not only a beautifully built cottage, it is so beautifully decorated! I love the tile work in the bathroom and the antiques scattered about here and there. It looks relaxing, comfortable, and classy. Great job!

  • mountaingypsy
    October 7, 2014, 12:40 am

    This home is a great mix of modern and antiques or eclectic! Great exterior and high pitch ceilings with the choice of furnishings, comfortable and homey.

  • Rich
    November 23, 2014, 11:13 am

    I think we are quickly losing track of the original purposes of the ‘tiny house’ movement. I have no qualms about the size of this one…. still better than a mcmansion for sure! But how many of these little houses are built as temp rentals? Income properties rented thru airbnb? Built for resale? That’s why the kitchens are ill-equipped for full-time living and finishes are more extravagant. We seem to have very short term memories. The minute gas prices go down we buy gas guzzlers. Ogle the details and consider the facts. Tx Alex for showing us the gamut 🙂

    • Gigi
      April 24, 2016, 2:56 am

      I have never seen the official purposes of the tiny house movement listed anywhere. I believe it is an open and inclusive concept for anyone who is investigating downsizing, who wants to try out a smaller space by renting, or who is actively constructing a smaller home or having it done by a builder. The materials and finishes are dependent upon one’s means. Whether or not a home is mobile is also something to consider.

      Alex shows us lots of ideas to inspire us. I see this blog as a learning experience. Thanks, Alex.

  • Bonnie Lynch
    November 23, 2014, 11:27 am

    I love the fact that so many tiny houses are going up, but it is disheartening to see how many of them are being used as vacation rentals at exorbitant prices. I haven’t even checked out the Tiny House Hotel or any of the other tiny house vacation spots here in Portland because the rental rates are outrageous and most of them require a 2- or 3- night minimum. When I look around for tiny houses to actually live in … dang close to zero. That’s why my hubby and I have decided to build our own. Builders seem to want to charge waaay more per square foot for these than for a normal-sized house (and there’s absolutely no reason for that, except maybe that people who buy them to use as rentals know they can charge high rates and make their $$ back).
    Stepping down from my soap box now… 🙂

    • Bonnie Lynch
      November 23, 2014, 11:30 am

      (To be fair, I should add that this particular cabin rents for $79 per night, which I think is very reasonable, and does not have a multi-night requirement.)

  • liz n.
    November 23, 2014, 11:39 am

    Adding a stove and oven and figuring out a way to get a bathtub in there would make this a tiny house I could live in. And while I understand that tiny house living is about leaving a smaller footprint, these little homes don’t have to be limited to residential use. You might as well say there shouldn’t be hotels because people live in apartments. Anyway, this is a lovely little cabin. Very nicely designed.

  • Bill Burgess
    November 23, 2014, 12:24 pm

    Although I too like this abode and have the same feeling as most that it is lacking a few amenities, overall the main plus is the larger rooms to use antiques in. True most of what I design have 1.5 bath and Stack W/D as well as a D/W the designs might have the bells and whistles but hitting the $25K FOB price is an issue with me. Sure a few years ago Iron Mountain Builders in Tuscon were trying to hit that magic number but none of the other 11 factories I have visited have any interest.

  • Jean Copley
    January 8, 2015, 2:15 am

    This is a question for Alex
    Hello Alex, recently on one of your news letters (I believe it was called possibly, small house for Mother and Son, that cannot live alone). It was a house that must have been built for her and at least 1000 sq ft. It was shaped similar to a large T. It had 2 separate bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms in the back of the house. Each one adjoined the kitchen is where they t’d off. You came into the house at the living room, then dining room and kitchen were straight thru but it did have a laundry room on one side and a mechanical room on the other then to the BRs & BAs. This was a very nice arrangement even just for guests. It was like each BR was a master suite but reasonably sized. I would like to see that again, it must have been a company that built it. I cannot remember what the outside finish was made from. I would appreciate it if you could email that to me. Thank you, Jean

  • Corina Rose
    January 29, 2015, 8:21 am

    The pics don’t match the house. The living room pics must be in the other house since the one with the small kitchen doesn’t show the same amount of windows. And then there are two different beds with different views out the windows.
    Very confusing

  • helenbeee
    April 17, 2015, 4:49 am

    great use of space I can totally see myself living there fulltime. As for a laundry you could easily build a small outhouse for it,

  • Brittney D
    May 29, 2015, 11:04 am

    Hey Alex~
    Where can I find a blue print of this awesome house?

    Thank You!

  • Kim W
    November 22, 2015, 11:28 am

    Interesting house. Some parts of it don’t seem to match up or be a good use of space. Why have a large table up, but not way of cooking a meal for the 6 people you can sit round it? Also one wall of the shower looks old and grubby, not matching the rest of the shower room.
    Are there 2 bedrooms?
    In a holiday/vacation property these days you do have a washing machine and better cooking facilities than this house provides.

    • Comet
      November 22, 2015, 3:03 pm

      I wondered about that too—I wonder if the larger cabin we can see in the pics is where the large table etc is? Might be a more communal dining area for all to use. The floor tile in the BR is perfect–but the shower tile almost looked as if they used two very different kinds–might have been the lighting and angle tho. These are hard to photo!

  • Kristina H Nadreau
    November 23, 2015, 1:28 pm

    excellent design. both are unusually attractive.

  • Glema
    December 2, 2015, 5:20 pm

    The sink looks almost as large as the vanity, I love that. Dishes, and laundry no problem. 🙂 Recycle as you go. Just use a sm bucket for scraping the dishes out in, then wash dishes, and laundry then empty into a pipe that goes to the garden. Great! Just a thought, don’t mind me. God bless you all! I like this one. Happy trails!

  • Silver Gypsy
    April 23, 2016, 12:10 pm

    I like this a lot and the price is very reasonable per night. However, I don’t like the “shabby chic” double doors or the dark grout in the shower; both look creepy and I, personally, would have a problem staying here because of these two items. Sorry, not trying to be unkind; just honest.

  • CA
    April 23, 2016, 4:06 pm

    If you go to the Airbnb site you will see that these pictures are a combination of the 300 sq ft guest house and the larger main house.

  • Gabriella
    March 7, 2017, 4:57 pm

    “I enlighten me of Immense”, from a poetry by Giuseppe Ungaretti:
    “Mattino” Mi Illumino D’Immenso.

    March 8, 2017, 7:55 am

    And it has a real crapper for a change…!

    March 13, 2017, 12:18 pm

    A very interesting workmanship! Love the open concept all around. Is this a permanent TH? Would love to see the land fixed up later on!

  • Roger
    March 23, 2017, 6:16 pm

    I love tiny houses but I need something a bit roomier. This 300sf small house fits the bill.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 27, 2017, 9:01 am

      Yes 300 sq. ft. is a great size.

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