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The Best Tiny House Hotels to Stay In, Starting at $75/Night

published May 2, 2019
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Think the tiny home trend is adorable—but more so in an aspirational kind of way? Instead of committing to downsizing your life into 300 square feet (or less!), you can give the trend a test run at one of these tiny home hotels.

These five resorts excel when it comes to cozy and quaint getaways. The best part? They’re pretty affordable, too, with rates starting at $75 a night.

River & Twine in Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Rates start at $129 a night.

The newest tiny home hotel to make its grand (or petite?) entrance is River & Twine, which is in Eastern North Carolina, 60 miles outside of Raleigh and near the Tar River. Each of the 20 uniquely-designed tiny homes is named after an eastern North Carolina river. While booking is now available, River & Twine doesn’t officially open to guests until June 1, 2019. The tiny home hotel complex is a part of Rocky Mount Mills, a “work, play, live” development with housing, retail space, restaurants, and a craft beer incubator that so far houses seven breweries.

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Gather Greene in Coxsackie, New York

Rates start at $250 a night

These little lodges in New York’s Hudson Valley give us fairytale vibes. Set in the middle of a 100-acre wooden retreat, the pièce de résistance in each Gather Greene cabin is a dramatic window that allows guests to feel immersed in nature. The 17 tiny homes at this resort come equipped with modern amenities like air conditioning, heating, warm showers, and a mini fridge. Each tiny home also has an outside deck if you can peel yourself from the comfy king size bed that’s about as wide as the cabin itself. Speaking of the bed, each comes with Brooklinen sheets. You can also order breakfast pastries to be delivered to the cabin. Sunrise breakfast in bed sound good? (Thought so!)

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Wee Casa in Lyons, Colorado

Rates start at $149 a night

The “Hobbit House” is one of the most popular accommodations at Wee Casa, a tiny home resort in the foothills outside of Boulder. In this quirky-cool casa filled with earthy accents, guests can enter through a circular front door, which opens up into a spacious kitchen. But there are plenty of other gems in the tiny home resort, with the 22 tiny homes (repping 14 different builders) boasting diverse architecture and interior design. There’s the boho-chic Lily Pad and the modern farmhouse Juniper tiny house. Wee Casa is set up like a neighborhood, with communal areas where guests can play lawn games, grill, or access the nearby river.

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‘Try it Tiny’ Hotel in Indianapolis, Indiana

Rates start at $75 a night

Indianapolis’ new-to-the-scene tiny hotel is right in the heart of downtown. Five tiny homes ranging from 150 to 220 square feet are in a secured lot and together make up this micro hotel. The tiny homes are just south of the Lucas Oil Stadium, which is the stage for big concerts as well as Colts games. The common space includes fire pits, a grill, lawn games, and picnic tables. Each of the tiny homes boast Indiana pride—one has an Indiana Pacers theme, another is all about the Indy 500. The hotel is within a secured gate and has a 24/7 concierge, too.

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Leavenworth Tiny House Village in Leavenworth, Washington

Rates start at $129 a night

Leavenworth, a Bavarian village in the Cascade Mountains, is already full of character. The Leavenworth Tiny House Village dials up the charm even more, with a Bavarian theme threaded throughout the quaint tiny home community. Each of the five rentals, which range from 180 to 300 square feet, is named after a fictional character. A nice touch? Each home is decorated with a window box of fresh flowers. Come summer, Alpine Trout Lake and Otter Pond, both nearby, are great for kayaking or paddle boating.

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