Have you ever wonder that it’s feel like to live in a tiny house? Here a new resort nestled in the Oregon forest might provide the weekend getaway that you are looking for.Vacation With Tiny House Instead RV Click To Tweet
The resort called Tiny House Village, it’s contain five, around 200 sqf homes and each home has different distinct personality. Good news for traveler , this tiny hotel is available for rent.
See what it’s like to stay in the Tiny House Village below.
The Tiny House Village sits in a remote patch just outside the Mount Hood National Forest, less than an hour outside Portland. The houses are arrange as circle shape with fire pit at center.
Each house have its own personality which is Zoe, crafted with cedar plank siding painted blue with white trim. It’s exudes a sense of carefree happiness.
Though the stairs do double as storage, perfect for stashing a hair dryer or hiking gear.
The resort sits away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Each home has heating and cooling, electricity, and a TV.
Most homes, like the Zoe, a twin-sized mattress in a loft and a single bed below.
While the Scarlett is the epitome of farmhouse charm. It’s stocked with family heirlooms and artwork featuring vegetables and fruits.
The guests can prepare a meal or brew a cup of coffee on the electric stove.
Take a look at the bathroom. It’s a tight squeeze, but it beats a Porta-Potty.
Each house, like the Savannah shown above, started as a standard model on Tumbleweed’s product line. The company made some changes to make guests feel at relief.
For example, since guests don’t need to worry about storing four seasons of clothes and a hundred kitchen gadgets, the developers created more space for lounging and minimized storage.
The most rustic of the homes, the Lincoln, gives off a cabin vibe. The unfinished wood interior and vast book collection make it the perfect place to curl up with a good read.
The houses range from 178 to 261 square feet, and sleep two to five guests. They cost between $129 and $139 per night to rent, depending on their size.
The resort only opened in June, but so far, it’s attracted adventurous tourists and prospective tiny home-owners alike. It’s a low-risk way to try micro-living.
The communal fire pit brings guests outside each night. A tiny house vacation is probably not ideal for someone who wants total isolation.
But for those with a sense of quirk, the Tiny House Village offers an affordable, adorable alternative to traditional hotels.
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