Report from Portland’s Tiny House Hotel

It’s been just over a year since the country’s first-ever tiny house hotel opened its even tinier doors on NE 11th Ave. We asked owners Kol Peterson and Deb Delman to fill us in on what’s new at Caravan, plans for the future, and some of the best moments since its opening.” – Brooke Sahni for Portland Monthly

Continue reading about Checking in with Portland’s Tiny House Hotel at Portland Monthly.

The Red Caravan

We built and lived in her over three years, but now with the second baby due in July, we need to move on!” – Jona Conway.

This Red Caravan is currently for sale and located near Roborough, Devon, United Kingdom. See more of The Red Caravan. Photos by Robbie.

Castleton Caravan – Completed Spring 2013

Our recent project- A 1970’s Castleton touring caravan!” – Rustic Campers

See more of the Castleton Caravan. Rustic Campers is a family run business in rural Herefordshire. Bill and Beck Goddard are van-dwellers themselves, and build for the reality of living in a van full-time or for leisure. Learn more about Rustic Campers.

160 Square Foot ‘Skyline’ – Newest Addition to Caravan Tiny House Hotel

Skyline was built in the Portland driveway of Eric Bohne and completed this February. Eric works full time as a craftsman and also built his own house on the Oregon coast out of recycled materials. His company, Metalwood Salvage, sells salvaged metal pieces and his design and carpentry business, Alter Areas, focuses on re-purposing unique building materials.” – Christina for Tiny House Blog

Read and see more of Caravan’s Skyline. Learn more about Caravan — The Tiny House Hotel.

Meet Holly at Bramble Bield in Scotland

Bright and flamboyant, Holly is the larger of the two gypsy caravans, and can easily sleep two adults and two children up to the age of 10/11. The  traditional gypsy ‘cupboard bed’ provides children with the ultimate ‘den’ experience!” – Bramble Bield: Luxury Gypsy Caravan Holidays in Scotland.

Learn more about the Caravans at Bramble Bield

Hobbit Hutch – Built by James

The Hobbit Hutch-a 56 sq ft vardo/caravan/gypsy wagon with a 20 sq ft porch. Has tiny appliance… faux wood stove… a/c… bed with pull out dining table… and soon the porch will have a propane outdoor shower and cassette toilet hidden away inside a plywood box seat… all surrounded by outdoor privacy curtains.” – Tiny House Swoon

See more at Tiny House Swoon…

Hobbit Hutch by James Mangum

 

Could You, Would You, Try a Gypsy Caravan?

You could stay in the only 1930s steam-roller cabin I have come across while writing about hundreds of the most unique hotels in the world. There is room for two and looks darn cozy. All the cabins, caravans and converted whatnots have full kitchen facilities. Some have mains power while others remain simple and rustic.”  – uniquehotels.com

I first spotted this on Tiny House Swoon…

Learn more about spending the night in the Romany Gypsy Caravan & Showmans Waggon…