6 Cool Tiny Houses You Can Rent on Airbnb
Living a downsized life sure sounds appealing—but chances are, you don’t want to commit to minimalist living full time. So why not try vacationing in a tiny house? No matter where you’re traveling, Airbnb has a stylish and streamlined place for you. Here, a look at six Airbnbs that will make you want to book a trip and “Marie Kondo” your own house—stat.
Follow Topics for more like this
Follow for more stories like this
This tiny house might be compact but it sports a king bed replete with an organic mattress and bedding.
The home boasts 14 windows, a no-odor composting toilet, and views of the Wallkill River from its five-acre perch.
Chances are, you’ll love this precious cocoon. Bonus: Somehow there’s even room for a pullout couch—so invite your friends!
This 350-square-foot rustic-modern cutie has gotten plenty of media attention already—and for good reason.
This gem is so stylish you’ll want to stay for longer than a weekend. It even sports a clawfoot tub and a vintage fireplace.
The cozy loft bedroom seems like a perfect place to curl up with a book, too.
For a chance to sleep in a silo studio that’s right out of a fairytale, the ‘Round’ Cottage on the Santarella Estate features a four-poster bed with gauzy canopied curtains, 35-foot-high conical ceilings, and multi-pained milled windows.
Once the summer studio for sculptor Henry Hudson Kitson, this tiny dream house is so deep in the woods you’ll expect Little Red Riding Hood to pop in.
An overnight in this custom, hand-built tiny house will leave you feeling like you’re surrounded in liquid sunshine.
Whether it’s the cheery yellow front door or the interior blue color, an overnight in this micro-house will fill you with happiness.
If that wasn’t enough, the home is tucked in an RV park just minutes from the beach and Sanibel Island.
This custom mini is another small, cool house featured on HGTV. This tiny home on wheels with a funky wood-paneled façade sports a large master loft as well as a small guest loft.
It’s also situated so it overlooks downtown Austin. And while it’s not hooked up to a sewage system, this stylish hideaway sports running water and a composting toilet that decomposes waste so you can feel good about having an earth-friendly overnight, too.
It’s all about the view at this tiny house. With a loft that sleeps two, a single window bed, and a futon, you can fit the entire family.
The home is located on a off-the-grid rural ranch near San Diego, so you’ll find peaceful silence among the avocado and citrus groves.
The hosts even offer organic fresh eggs “based on availability and the mood of [their] chickens.” Sounds like an incredible place to decompress.