Tiny House Rental in the Catskill Mountains

Want to spend the night in a tiny house? Here’s a tiny house in Woodridge, New York in the Catskills. It’s 7×18 and nestled in the forest. It’s also a part of a 12-acre fiber farm, so your neighbors are angora rabbits, goats, sheep, and chickens.

The house can sleep up to three guests. It has an open floor plan with a sleeping loft and a day bed. There is also a table with seating for two and a small desk.

Learn more about this Tiny House Rental

The Ovida – Getaway Tiny House in the Woods

Less than two hours north of Boston on I-93 are three tiny houses built by the Millennial Housing Lab – a startup that helps you get out of the city. Each house is unique and serves as rural rental retreat. Want to give tiny house living a try?

Pictured here is The Ovida, which can sleep 4 people. She’s stocked with all the essentials to make your stay comfy and fun. To learn more or reserve a tiny house sleepover visit the Getaway website. You can also find them on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Learn more about The Ovida « Getaway – Tiny Houses in the Woods

 

Hip East Side Tiny Pad Retreat in Austin

Ever wanted to stay in a tiny house? How about a custom made, one-of-a-kind tiny house with all the amenities of a home, the convenience of a downtown hotel room, the green features you appreciate, and the artistic factor that will make you say WOW?” – Airbnb.com

See more of this Hip East Side Tiny Pad Retreat in Austin. Photos via Airbnb.com. Love the stairs!

The Shepherds Hut Retreat

Each Shepherds hut is a spacious 20ft by 8ft with a fully fitted kitchen and separate bathroom. Everything has been finished to the highest standard with beautiful vintage styling.” – The Shepherds Hut Retreat

Learn more about The Shepherds Hut Retreat. I first spotted this on Tiny House Australia. Not on Facebook? Read more about it on Trip Advisor or visit The Shepherd Hut Retreat website.

When it’s finished, would you like to spend a night in Chris’s Tsumaniball? …on dry land of course!

This was never about my personal anxiety about a Palo Alto Tsunami, so purchasing a survival craft or boat was never even a consideration. This is about a problem that I feel a connection to and want to try to solve… The plan is for the tsunamiball to be a guestroom in our backyard. Maybe we will put it up on airBNB when we are all done.” – Chris Robinson

Learn more about Chris Robinson’s Tsunamiball. See lots of great photos by Chris at Gizmag. I first spotted this at Off Grid Quest.