For alot of vacationers and travelers Airbnb is the first place they go when planning a trip. The site has made it extremely easy for people to find alternatives to traditional hotels and lodging.
I have used the site myself and intentionally looked for tiny houses and very small spaces to rent. During my search I came across quite a few of them. Here is a collection of 5 tiny houses and small space vacation rentals on Airbnb. For people considering the option of purchasing and living in a tiny house, staying in one of these tiny houses would be a great way to get a feel for tiny living without first going all in.
This is the first of a several part series of Airbnb posts. I will be posting more tiny houses listed on Airbnb in the near future.
Mushroom Dome Cabin
The Mushroom Dome Cabin is rated as the #1 rental on Airbnb. There’s a good chance you’ve seen it before if you’ve been on the Airbnb site. They plug it alot. And rightfully so. The cabin has been completely thought out and uses it’s limited space very wisely. The photos on the site almost make you think they are using a wide-angle lens.
Stay in this fully-equipped tiny house near the water. It has all of the amentities of a regular vacation rental, just much smaller. They also have kayaks, canoes and other watercraft to use while you are staying there.
Yurt/Art Studio in the Redwoods
This is a beautiful example of what yurt living is all about. Marilyn, the owner uses the yurt for her expressive arts therapy practice while there are no guests using it. She has also recently added a big hot tub for you to lay back and watch the stars while soaking.
1926 C&O Caboose
This little caboose that could hase been completely renovated. The project took several years to complete and great attention to detail has been put into this piece of railroad history. The inside of the caboose is completely outfitted with the amentities needed to ensure you have a comfortable stay. It is the perfect size to accomodate a couple or a small family.
Fern Forest Treehouse
This treehouse sits 30 feet above the ground with a blanket of ferns resting beneath it. The branches from the maple tree run throughout the interior of the treehouse. From the porch you can sit in your rocking chair and take in views of Mt. Abraham and the Green Mountain National Forest. The following morning get a nice start to the day with a freshly prepared continental breakfast.