12 Incredible Tiny Homes You Have to Stay At

April 23, 2019 1 Comment

12 Incredible Tiny Homes You Have to Stay At


Tiny houses are most definitely cute and very on trend these days. And, this is a trend we can get behind, because when they are built right, these tiny homes really do help our environment. Tiny houses help reduce the environmental impact of homes by a significant margin.

First off, small houses use fewer building materials. Because less material is needed, it's easier to build using recycled materials which are not always available in enough quantity for larger homes. The lifespan and replacement cost of materials is also important to consider, as well as the impact the replacement of these materials has on the planet. And perhaps a tiny house's largest impact is due to its reduced energy use. According to a recent study from Oregon's Department of Land Quality, 86% of the total environmental impact of any house is due to its energy use. This includes space heating, water heating, and lighting.

So with all of these amazing reasons why tiny homes are eco-friendly, why not consider staying in one for your next get away and see what all the hype is about? We've rounded up 12 incredible tiny homes you have to stay at. These airbnb tiny homes are scattered across the U.S. and have exceptional reviews, so you'll know you're staying in a little gem when you book any one of these.


1)Boulder Creek, California Tiny Home

Escape to a luxurious tiny home that proves a small footprint can bring the ultimate romance, comfort, and pampering. Nestled in a sunny clearing of the Santa Cruz Mountains with beautiful views, fresh mountain air and quietude. Accompanied by amenities like high end hot tub, pool, fine linens and bath products, and wide open outdoor area for BBQ and games. By day, lounge on the private deck or hike to breath-taking views. At night, the sky comes alive with incredible views of stars.


2)Austin, Texas Tiny Home

Nestled on 56 beautiful acres in the Hill Country, this modern tiny home has everything you need to get away, relax and enjoy nature but with all of the amenities. Located just 25 minutes the airport and 20 minutes from Downtown Austin you can enjoy the best Austin has to offer. This property offers hiking trails, an organic orchard, free range chickens (free eggs!) and endless areas to explore.

CHECK IT OUT ON AIRBNB  and if you need more ideas of fun things to do in Texas, check out this post !


3)Lebanon, Tennessee Tiny Home

Visit this tiny log cabin home for a one of a kind, unique fun life experience! Includes a kitchenette, TV, wifi, and REAL plumbing, deck, grill & fire pit! Explore the primitive trails, nearby lakes, restaurants and shops  - just 30 miles to downtown Nashville.



4) Joshua Tree, California, Tiny Home

Re-energize in solace under the desert sky in this modern-bohemian dome home, featuring many personally designed and handcrafted items. Stimulate your mind and spirit with natural wood and stone elements, and enjoy antique books and games while you take in sprawling mountain views by day and twinkling stars by night. The natural wood burning stove and space heaters warm the home on chilly evenings, and ample AC keeps the dome cool on hot desert days.



5)Carolina Beach, North Carolina Tiny Home

Located a short walk from the beach, this modern container homes offer everything a couple or small family could want for a fun surf trip or beach vacation.

The home recently profiled in the New York Times, Coastal Living and Apartment Therapy features a modern and well-equipped interior space situated in a peaceful and private setting.



6)Orlando, Florida Tiny Home

This charming home welcomes you to Florida with tropical flair. Bright and spacious, The Bermuda comfortably sleeps three adults. And with a sleeping loft for one child (or two tiny ones!), this home is one of the community’s best for families visiting Orlando’s many attractions. The interior is designed with top of the line, high-end materials, giving your tiny house a feel of "homey" comfort. Steps from the lake, it's the perfect house to experience tiny life!



7)Albion, California, Tiny Home

This tiny cabin is nestled among redwood trees a few miles from the wild Pacific Ocean, the historic village of Mendocino, and the scenic wine country known as Anderson Valley. Enjoy tranquility and nature at this artistic retreat. This remote, quiet cabin with loft bedroom and small, southern-exposure deck offer creative sanctuary for those looking for a little escape.




8)Cottekill, New York, Tiny Home

This "off the grid" cabin, with a double bed and a twin sleeping loft has a tonne of rustic charm. There is an adjoining shower with a eco friendly composting toilet, over 10 miles of rail trai nearby, so bring your bikes.




9)Portland, Oregon Tiny Home

Nestled in between Mississippi & Williams strips, The Mississippi Smalls - Blue Door Loft awaits. Within easy walking distance of local favs Por Que No?, Tasty & Sons, Mississippi Studios, Interurban, Stormbreaker, & Toro Bravo, to name a few. And just a short bus ride to convention center & downtown.




10)Dayton, Kentucky Tiny Home

This tiny house is located just minutes from downtown Cincinnati and Newport on the Levee Retail Experience. This is the perfect choice for all seasons. This tiny home is located within a park that features a full service restaurant and bar, with live entertainment on weekends.



11)Costa Mesa, California Tiny Home

This little spot is great for business travelers and romantic getaways. It is nestled in a calm backyard, in a residential & safe neighborhood among bamboos, aloes and agaves. Special attention was given to the comfy queen bed. The "business corner" features fast wifi and a laptop desk. You can sip your coffee on your own private deck to the side. All this located an 8 minute drive to the beach.




12)Wilson, Wyoming Tiny Home

Last but not least, check out this modern rustic tiny home in the heart of Jackson Hole. Located just minutes from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort ski area and the majestic Grand Teton National Park, and only 7 miles from the Jackson Town Square. This tiny home has been sustainably built and is LEED certified.



1 Response

Theresav Lynce Vignola
Theresav Lynce Vignola

August 15, 2019

I love the tiny houses. Can you buy one to live in for a permanent home.

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