This tiny zen cabin in Austin, Texas is the perfect place for a solo traveler to rest their weary bones. It is an open-concept studio cabin with a single bed and a full bathroom.
There’s a little desk overlooking the garden where you can sit down to work, and there’s all you need to make an early morning coffee and tea. The exposed beams are particularly lovely!
You can book your stay on Airbnb here.
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Perfect Business Retreat in 180 Square Feet
Beautiful wardrobe and a quiet space to get work done.
Single bed with comfortable sheets.
French doors let in the light and have garden views.
Love the beams.
Groovy chair. That’s a USB charger too.
All you need to make coffee and tea.
There’s also a full bathroom.
Get ready for anything.
Stunning newly-installed subway tiles.
- Perfect for one guest
- Free WIFI
- 500 thread count sheets
- Mini fridge
- Nespresso coffee/tea set up
- Plush towels
- Off street parking
- On main bus routes
- Towels and toiletries provided
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Essentially a “Thoreau Cabin” with indoor plumbing and finer detailing? Very nice.
Two photos show a double bed. Did the photos get mixed up or is only part of the cabin for rent?
I think it’s just the angle of the pictures. The bed is only a single in all of them.
Yes, different lens angles on the camera that distorts the view of the bed. So same cabin and bed, though one photo was taken at a different time, as the wall mirror isn’t in the other photos…
Very nice in general. The exposed ceiling studs would be convenient for hanging items, but I don’t like the look.