These Super Cozy Tiny House Rentals Start at $49/Night
Ask yourself: Do you need a ton of space to spread out when you’re renting a house to call home for vacation? If you’re ready to get cozy, read on as we surf through these eight incredibly cute tiny houses available for rent via HomeAway.
This 280-square-foot wood-bedecked tiny house is located near Carter Lake (downtown Loveland is just eight minutes away).
It comes equipped with a deluxe shower, a loft that fits a queen mattress and a smaller sleep area in the living room. Just keep in mind: There are no pets (or parties) allowed.
Itching for an overnight in Pikes Peak where gorgeous scenery surrounds you? If so, this tiny house on wheels might be the perfect place to stay for a few nights. It sleeps three and is close to all the area attractions. And, while even the owner acknowledges that this cutie can be noisy (it’s very close to busy Highway 24), the tiny deck, spectacular views, and comfy bed might just make up for it.
If you and your partner/BFF have ever wanted to sleep suspended from the ceiling, this tiny West Seattle gem of a spot should be on your list. The loft is right out of a film set—it sleeps two (max) and is accessible by ladder. (The owners suggest that anyone who is claustrophobic and/or has a medical condition should take pause before booking.)
And then there’s the fact that this house is steps away from Lincoln Park which means endless fitness options, gorgeous beachfronts, and loads of outdoorsy ways to make the most of your vacay. Just note: No pets allowed. No exceptions.
Calling all “Portlandia” fans: This tiny wonder of a rental is just a few blocks from the on-trend Mississippi district. It comes with a bedroom with a queen-sized bed (and even a portable crib upon request). We love the mustard and blue tiling that starts on the front steps and continues throughout the home’s interior.
Another cool feature: The living room sports a built-in dinette that multitasks. It can serve as a dining table, work space, sofa, or even an additional queen-sized bed.
Maybe you want to write the Great American novel or maybe you just want 100 hours of solitude. Either way this cabin in the woods offers a total retreat from the day-to-day hustle.
Every inch of this space has been used for maximum efficiency and the light pouring through the stained glass window will inspire you and help you recharge. The only caveat: No kids are allowed to join you in your personal reboot. Good or bad? You decide.
Holy Trailer Chic! This mini—her name is Amy and she’s the first mini to arrive at Tiny House Siesta—is super fashion-forward with her beach-y hues.
Everything about the place is quirky cool, from the octagonal sink to the truly innovative toilet “alcove.” Best of all: Three people can comfortably sleep in this tiny two-story wonder, located just a short drive from the beach.
Dreaming of sleeping in a vineyard? You’re in luck. This tiny house not only promises vineyard and orchard views—but it’s bigger than it appears from the outside. It sleeps five, comes with an adjustable massaging bed, and is accented with all sorts of funky flea market finds that will make anyone feel right at home.
Best of all: A stroll through the nine-acre property this tiny house is perched on will bring you to the McKenzie River. Go fish!
You’re just five minutes from the slopes in this Jackson Hole cabin that’s part of Fireside Resort, an entire community of tiny houses. And while this place may look small, it’s mighty well laid-out.
It sleeps four and features a king bed, hot tub, and spa-style showerhead. Best of all: Since pets are allowed on property, your dog can join you for a romp in the yard.