≡ Menu

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin


Michal and Monika built this amazing A-frame using the A-frame Bunkhouse Plus plans from Den Outdoors. They live in Poland and built the house on 25 acres of family land. There’s also a sauna on-site to elevate your stay.

The bunkhouse has a little kitchenette, a compact bathroom in the back of the A-frame, and a loft bedroom. You can enjoy nature or stay cozied up in the cabin! And if you want to build your own A-Frame, the plans are available from Den Outdoors.

Don’t miss other cabins like this, join our FREE Tiny Houses For Sale Newsletter for more! 

They Used A-Frame Bunk Plus to DIY This Cabin!

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin 43

Images via Aloha Camp

The home sits on nearly 25 acres of land.

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin 6

Images via Aloha Camp

There’s a small porch off the front of the A-frame.

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin 4

Images via Aloha Camp

It’s a wonderful spot for yoga.

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin 3

Images via Aloha Camp

A couch provides comfortable space in the living room, and a ladder goes up to the loft.

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin 2

Images via Aloha Camp

The interior is monochrome and clean.

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin

Images via Aloha Camp

A sauna on site provides extra luxury to your stay.

Vanlifers Build Little Earth A-Frame Vacation Cabin 5

Images via Aloha Camp

A-Frame Vanlifers

Images via Aloha Camp

Details:

We are Monia and Michal – yoga instructor and book author. During the pandemic, we traveled for a year in our vintage van across the south of Europe to return to Poland and build the house we dreamed of while wandering. This is how the year-round house – Little Earth – was created. It is created perfectly for you, because we also created it as a perfect place for us.

When creating the cottage, design was the most important thing for us. We tried to choose furniture and accessories so that they were unconventional things, so that just looking at them gave pleasure, and using them was a good feeling. We wanted the cottage to be beautiful but also well planned. It is small and modest but you will definitely breathe space and feel harmony here.

A year of living in an RV taught us minimalism and made us realize that many of the things that surround us on a daily basis we don’t really need. That’s why we kept the number of items to a minimum. Only the essentials are left. The coolest things alone.

The house breathes creativity. Cute and engaging albums will take you on a journey through any of the unconventional themes. While engaging games and unusual accessories, will awaken your child’s curiosity. We also value tranquility, and not just the one around us. Peace of mind and a look inside ourselves are equally important to us. That’s why we have created for you a selection of items that will help you meditate, do yoga or simply reflect on who and what you are.

In our humble kitchen you will find a stove and a refrigerator. In addition, a pour-over coffee maker, good coffee for it and a few essential dishes and items. There is a small pizza oven outside (warn us if you want to use it). You’ll stock up at a neighboring store or pop out to a restaurant or pizza place.

Our site is an unfenced two hectares of meadows, away from the neighbors. The surroundings are sure to amaze you. There are endless forests of the Kampinos National Park, a picturesque river and long meadows and fields. It’s easy to spot deer here, and sometimes fox and moose. If you want more, jump on a horse at a nearby stable or rent kayaks. But you can also just stay on our land, relax in a sauna or hammock and watch the birds with binoculars.

The cottage is quite small and we designed it for 2 people. However, if you really care, you can bring your friends here, they will be able to sleep on a comfortable 140 cm sofa bed. Just remember that it may be a bit tighter then!:)

The cottage is year-round. On hot summer days you will be cooled by air conditioning, and in the summer it will be warmed by an ecological heat pump. Also, do not worry about the temperature!

We have WiFi in the cottage. We wanted to create a place without internet, but many people ask about internet for work so we yielded:) Admittedly, the internet works on average due to the distance from the transmitter, but emails can be written.

At the weekend the minimum length of stay is 2 nights (Friday+Saturday)

Learn more

Related Stories

If you enjoyed this you’ll LOVE our Free Daily Tiny House Newsletter with even more!

You can also join our Small House Newsletter!

Also, try our Tiny Houses For Sale Newsletter! Thank you!

More Like This: Tiny Houses | Tiny House Vacation | Cabins | A-Frames 

See The Latest: Go Back Home to See Our Latest Tiny Houses

The following two tabs change content below.

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.

Latest posts by Natalie C. McKee (see all)

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.