Why not try out tiny living in this Maryland Vacation Cottage?
This tiny cottage is for rent on Airbnb, and you can spend the night (or a week!) deciding if you could live this way. It has two televisions, sleeping for 4 (a loft and downstairs bed), a full shower and a kitchen with an induction cooktop for making meals. Book your stay!
Try Out Tiny Living in this Maryland Vacation Cottage
Our Eco-Friendly home meets all the needs to enjoy a comfortable stay. This unit highlights all the comforts of a traditional size home such as a fully functional kitchen, Dual NuWave CookTop, Fridge/Freezer, and a shower. Whats different? The size and a Nature’s Best Compost Toilet.
The Nelson Manor was conscious of our environmental impact while constructing this private unit. It contains recycled materials, multi-functional/space-saving seating, decorative closet space, and LED Lights while still remaining innovative with Wifi Controlled outlets. The Potomac Tiny Cottage has its’ own Internet connection for multiple users to stream without interruptions from other Guests. TVs in the studio & the loft make it feel like separate living quarters.
We love small families with children and want all to enjoy what this “tiny” experience has to offer. We would like for guest to be “fully informed” so guests can make the best decision when planning for travel with the family. Please contact us to discuss any concerns, questions or risks regarding the low shelves, ladder, loft use and the swimming pool.
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