“Belle” the Beauty & the Beast Tumbleweed

Be our guest! A few weekends ago, the Leavenworth Tiny House Village greeted hundreds of Tiny House enthusiasts at their grand opening event. The village revealed five Bavarian-themed Tumbleweeds that are now available to book for overnight stays. Today we’re spotlighting the gorgeous “Belle” Tiny House.

Watch a video tour of the “Belle” Tumbleweed:

The Belle Tiny House RV is a modified Tumbleweed Elm built on a Low-Wider trailer. The interior is spacious with the great room located in the back of the layout, allowing for privacy in the lofted bedroom. The staircase is a custom easy-to-climb design that splits the main loft and the twin loft, which are connected by a small catwalk. Belle’s kitchen includes an electric cooktop and an apartment-sized refrigerator. Outside, guests can use Belle’s charcoal grill and picnic table.

Belle Tiny House

Belle Tiny House

Belle Tiny House

Belle Tiny House

Belle Tiny House

Belle’s design is a nod to the classic Disney film “Beauty and the Beast!”

The area surrounding the Leavenworth Tiny House Village is mountainous, allowing for year-round outdoor activities. Some of the family adventures you can enjoy include cross-country skiing, hiking, and fishing. The nearby Bavarian-themed town of Leavenworth, Washington, offers wine and beer tastings, a variety of restaurants, live music venues, and shops.

Belle Tiny House

Along with Belle, the Leavenworth Tiny House Village has four other Tumbleweeds available for rent. You can also vacation at the village’s sister location, Mt. Hood Tiny House Village, in Oregon. Stay tuned for announcements on another Tiny House Village opening later this year on the east coast!

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Article by Jenna Spesard

 Jenna SpesardTumbleweed Tiny Houses Lifestyle Blog built a Tumbleweed in 2014 and traveled with it for one year. She clocked over 25,000 miles, and now parks in a Tiny House Village. She writes about the Tiny House Movement on her blog Tiny House Giant Journey.