10 Amazing Tiny House Vacation Rentals

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10 Amazing Tiny House Vacation Rentals

Lately, I’ve been obsessing over tiny houses. Like the ones that are between 200 and 300 square feet. I kind of think I want to live in one. So I got to thinking. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could stay in one for a weekend and give it a whirl? With a little digging on Airbnb and a few other vacation rental sites, I found out that this is actually an option.

Check out these 10 amazing tiny house vacation rentals where you can try a tiny house on for size.

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Modern Seattle Mini-House (Seattle, WA)

This tiny home just south of Seattle was featured in the New York Times and it’s easy to see why….a modern loft look with tons of light and french doors that open up to a quaint garden. It’s the kind of place that might just convince you that tiny house living is the way to go. Read more.

Seattle-Mini-House

 

Caravan the Tiny House Hotel (Portland, OR)

This Portland tiny house hotel consists of six 100-200 sq foot tiny houses, all with their own bathrooms and basic kitchens. Located right in the middle of the hip Alberta Arts District of Northeast Portland, Caravan guests have dozens of restaurants, shops, and cafes right at their fingertips. Read more.

Caravan-Hotel

 

Pirates of the Caribbean Getaway (Topanga Canyon, CA)

This bungalow is located on the tropical grounds of a Topanga Canyon home where waterfalls and lush plant life will make you forget that you are a mere 15 minutes from some of LA’s finest hotspots. Also within a short jaunt are some really beautiful hiking trails and the beach. The rental comes with a private hot tub, hammocks, a fire pit, and all the other amenities you need for a romantic weekend getaway. Read more.

Pirates-of-the-Caribbean

 

White Salmon Yurt (White Salmon, WA)

This yurt boasts wide open views of Mount Hood, and its Hood River location is a great basecamp for all kinds of outdoor adventures. From rafting and fishing to hiking and biking, there is no shortage of things to do while calling this yurt home. Read more.

White-Salmon-Yurt

 

Octagon Studio (Maui, HI)

What’s that smell? Oh, its the thousands of aromatic plants that surround this ocean-view studio on Maui. Operated by the Aromatherapy Foundation of Maui, Octagon guests are free to roam around the scented garden, and if they wish, gain a deeper understanding of aromatherapy practice and its benefits. The grounds also have a jacuzzi, a spectacular ocean view, and quick access to the town of Makawao, a cute rural arts community. Read more.

Octagon-Studio

 

Tranquil Downtown Studio (Boise, ID)

Those looking for a quiet getaway will appreciate the zen factor of this backyard studio. After a day of soaking in Idaho’s nearby hot springs or riding one of dozens of mountain bike trails in the Boise foothills, come home and enjoy a homemade dinner on your private deck followed by hot drinks around the fire. Read more.

Tranquil-Downtown-Studio

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Encinitas Tiny Garden Home (Encinitas, CA)

This 125 sq foot true backyard tiny house is less than 2 miles from the beach and the main strip of this laid back Southern California coastal town. The owners encourage you to help yourself to the garden’s homegrown veggies or freshly laid eggs. They also own a surf school and offer discounted surfing lessons. Read more.

Encinitas-Tiny-House

 

SLC Airstream Abode (Salt Lake City, UT)

If you haven’t heard, Airstreams are totally making a comeback. And it’s one with a vengeance. Introducing the modern airstream. Beautiful, sleek, and this one’s even got a retro touch. In winter, hit the slopes up at Alta or in summer, mountain bike the Wasatch. Then come home to your super cool space and clean up before walking to a new hip downtown bar. Sounds like fun! Read more.

SLC-Airstream

 

Wine Country Cabin (Gaston, OR)

Here at this wine-country cabin, you are bound to spend most of your time on the deck enjoying the fruits of this 40 acre Pinot Noir vineyard. At 900 square feet, it’s not a tiny house in the traditional sense. But with it’s cozy feel and gorgeous view, you’ll be eager to return after a day touring the area’s best wineries. Read more.

Oregon-vineyard

 

Bayside Bungalow (Olympia, WA)

Nestled in the trees above the Puget Sound, this hand-built tiny house offers a Pacific Northwest retreat in the finest sense. Just adjacent to the property is Tolmie State Park. Wander through the forests of ferns or head to the beach where on a clear day you can catch magnificent views of Mt. Rainier. Afterwards, head back home and enjoy a home cooked meal and a glass of wine next to your tiny fireplace. Sounds so relaxing. If I lived in Seattle, I know where I would be this weekend. Read more.

Bay-Bungalow

 

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  1. What a cute post. I love tiny houses!

      Thanks Sheri! Yeah, they are so cool! And there are some really innovative ones being built. Have you ever stayed in one?

    I lived on a 29 foot sailboat for ten years in Portland . . . an 18 foot sailboat for a year . . . and a Basque sheepherder wagon for a couple of years. There is HUGE reality shift (both internal and external) needed for getting past the “cute” stage to actually living in one. My life has always been small, so the move for me was not difficult at all. And it’s best to measure your area in a tiny house, not in “square feet” but cubic feet . . . (makes ’em feel bigger)

      I really like what you said about getting over the cute stage. I think all of these places would be great to rent for a day or two and maybe even a few weeks but, living in one for an extended period of time would be extremely hard for me to do. However, they are all beautiful.

    (Just a warning – my first response was rejected . . . site said I was “believed to be a Spammer”) Anyway . . . I worked for a while for a man in Escalante, Utah who was putting together an Airstream themed park, called The Shooting Star. Trailers were all movie star themed – for example, John Wayne (his trailer called The Duke), you know, faux cowhide wall covering, etc. He also constructed a drive-in movie screen (much to the disgust of the townspeople)(and myself) on the property. The “seats” for the movies were all vintage convertibles!

    Thanks for the post and adding to the tiny house frenzy. It is my privilege to manage a tiny house recreational community called Wildwood Lakefront Cottages on Lake Whatcom in the Pacific NW. Some owners rent their cottages out as well but it is primarily an ownership resort. Watch this video to get a aerial look at what it is all about https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mx49PugIh_k

      Thanks Jan. Looks like a nice place to stay up there.

    That PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN GETAWAY is indeed should be part of everyone’s bucket list. The WINE COUNTRY CABIN should also come after it. These tiny houses are beautiful.

    The list mentioned here in the post post is very beautiful and I really like Topanga Canyo because I’m really fond of Tropical life and also the place is providing lots of other amenities as well. It will be a romantic holidays

    Hey Kristen, these tiny houses looks awesome and it saves a lot of space. It seems costly though, may I know the average price of the rental of these houses you featured? Or will it vary from house to house?

      It totally varies from house to house, but it’s definitely comparable to renting a hotel room for the weekend.

    That is so cool that you can rent these houses for vacations! I’ve got to say though, based on the look of the house itself, I think the first one is my favorite. I should look at things to do there and try to rent out that house for a fun vacation.

    I am so in love with tiny houses! This is such an awesome post, especially for those who are looking for something different and out of the norm. Thanks so much for sharing!

    What a cute post! Tiny houses are so neat!

    Some say they can’t live in them, but they’d be great for a weekend getaway!

    Yes, very interesting and informative! As a “newbie” blogger, even the simplest things others take for granted can seem a mystery to us!

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