A New Tiny House Village Just Opened in the Florida Keys, So It’s Time to Book a Vacation

updated Feb 21, 2020
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Have you dreamed of downsizing and becoming a sustainable tiny house owner but aren’t sure you’re ready to commit longterm? Well, there’s now a way to try this lifestyle out in the Florida Keys, giving you a real feel for what you are getting into at this tiny house village.

Last month, Petite Retreats announced they officially opened the Sunshine Key Tiny House Village. Located about 30 minutes away from Key West on Ohio Key, this charming retreat sits on the shoreline of Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina, which is on the south end of the Seven Mile Bridge.

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Guests can choose from five tiny homes, each with their own distinct decor and color scheme: Kai, Lucy, Isla, Pearl, and Hemingway. Each is under 350 square feet and standard amenities like a refrigerator, cookware, coffeemaker, TV, and a outdoor picnic table are included.  Additionally, each tiny house offers lofts, decks, an open-air feel, and waterfront views. Rates for staying at one of these adorable abodes start at $250 per night.

“Petite Retreats is always looking for ways to accommodate the interest of today’s travelers, who are looking for unique vacation experiences that are a departure from a typical hotel stay,” said Petite Retreats’ spokeswoman Pat Zamora. “Sunshine Key Tiny House Village is the latest in a series of unique accommodations across the country launched by Petite Retreats over the past three years,” Zamora added.

Petite Retreats offers a collection of unique vacation accommodations across the U.S, from the Arizona desert to the hills of New Hampshire; check out the other spots here.