Are you interested in going tiny? Below I’ve listed 5 unique and inspiring TINY HOUSE VACATION RENTALS which will help you visualize your future Tiny House RV. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to try tiny on for size!
- Location: Welches, Oregon
- Price: $129-139 a night
Mt. Hood Tiny House Village is located just 45 minutes from Portland, Oregon. With five Tumbleweed Tiny House RVs available as nightly rentals, you can pick and choose your favorite design and layout. The scenery that surrounds the village is a dream come true for outdoor enthusiasts with plenty of activities to keep you busy, including: hiking, fishing, skiing, and biking.
- Location: Olympia, Washington
- Price: $90-$125 a night (low-high season)
Brittany Yunker’s “Bayside Bungalow” has welcomed hundreds of guests in the past two years, many of whom went on to build their own Tiny House RV. It’s easy to see why the Bayside Bungalow has become so popular: it’s colorful, comfortable and features a beautiful view of the Puget Sound!
- Location: Old Colorado City, Colorado
- Price: $100-$150
Two Tumbleweed tinies are available for nightly rentals near one of the most scenic locations in the country – Garden of the Gods! You can spend the day hiking around giant rock formations and then come home to a tiny cozy retreat. What could be sweeter than that?
- Location: Lyons, Colorado
- Price: $139-$214 a night
WeeCasa features 22 tiny vacation rentals, designed and constructed by different builders. Whether you’re interested in a “big tiny” or the “tiniest tiny,” this tiny vacation haven has something for you! And the location? The quaint town of Lyons, Colorado, sits just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park.
- Location: Portland, Oregon
- Price:$145-$155 a night
This brand new Tiny House Hotel opened in late summer with six tiny vacation rentals of different sizes, designs and amenities. Digs is located in the vibrant Kerns neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, with plenty of restaurants, bars and shops within walking distance.
Which Tiny House Vacation Rental do you want to try?
Jenna Spesard built a DIY Tumbleweed Cypress in 2014 and traveled with it for one year, clocking over 25,000 miles. Today she lives simply in Mt. Hood Tiny House Village and writes about Tiny Homes and travel on her informative blog: “Tiny House Giant Journey.”