Mt Hood Tiny House Village

Vacation tiny just outside of Portland with gorgeous views of Mt. Hood.

The Tiny House Village at Mt. Hood offers a unique way to experience the artistry and culinary vibe of Portland while surrounded by the nature of the Pacific Northwest. It’s just close enough to the heart of the city and just far enough to give you the escape you need. Built by Tumbleweed, these tiny homes are chock full of character and range from 175 to 260 square feet.

The Tiny House Village at Mt. Hood offers a unique way to experience the artistry and culinary vibe of Portland while surrounded by the nature of the Pacific Northwest.

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5 Comments

  1. David Kugler May 14, 2017 at 5:51 pm - Reply

    $285.00 per night is way too expensive for just trying something out.

    • Lili May 21, 2017 at 8:09 am - Reply

      Agree!

  2. joe bloggs June 3, 2017 at 1:41 am - Reply

    285 dollars……is this correct?……..i can stay in a nice florida hotel for 100 dollars per night

  3. Kestrel July 13, 2017 at 4:18 pm - Reply

    Some people are cheap.
    The comparisons are not tiny house to a Motel 6 room. It’s tiny compared to renting a home. A real, actual house. Stacking rooms on top of each other is cheap square footage and the cost reflects that. Try renting a houseboat or a ski chalet and it’s a whole other world. Don’t compare apples to oranges. Also, $300 is a lot? You get what you pay for.

    I think people who RV might transition well into this.
    But, if you’re like my husband and I and refuse to camp – never, ever – then this could be a cute weekend house solution. We built a “father in law” house for my dad and went with a stick built 612 sq ft place. It seems so small! Less than 100? MY closet is bigger. I know the point is to scale back but we have 2 teenage boys and, for right now, the 4 bathrooms in my house are necessary.
    We’re not ready now but 5 years? Yeah. Or maybe build one for the grandkids! One day…

  4. Meredith DuHamel August 2, 2017 at 3:52 am - Reply

    Charging $285/night for these is too much. Yes, they are adorable, but you pay that much for a large suite at a fancy hotel in some cities. With room service!

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