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20 Adorable And Unique Airbnb Tiny Homes You Can Actually Rent

littlethings.com logo littlethings.com 2/11/2019 Ileana Paules-Bronet

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In the past few years, tiny homes have become all the rage. People all over the world have abandoned their homes to move into tiny houses.

People have always been interested in downsizing. For many people, it means simplifying your life, reducing material possessions, and focusing more on quality of life.

That said, downsizing just isn’t practical for many people. If you have a lot of belongings, or need space for yourself, pets, or children, moving permanently into a tiny home probably isn’t a reasonable option.

That’s why staying in a tiny home for a quick weekend getaway or for a relaxing vacation is a perfect solution! You can still experience the joy of spending time in a tiny home without permanently committing to living there.

Check out these 20 incredible tiny homes that you can actually rent on Airbnb! Although some of them are a little pricey, there are more than a few that you can rent for less than $100/night.

1. Rustic Alaskan Log Cabin, $85/night

a house covered in snow: 1. Rustic Alaskan Log Cabin, $85/night © Airbnb 1. Rustic Alaskan Log Cabin, $85/night

This adorable one bedroom, one bathroom tiny home is perfect for a remote Alaskan getaway. Located in Fairbanks, Alaska, this cabin offers a “unique frontier experience,” which is amazing for people who are looking for adventure. If you like camping, this will be right up your alley, since it’s a modified “dry cabin” — that means it has running water in the kitchen sink and in a small outdoor shower, but no other water. As for going to the bathroom, you can use the authentic Alaskan outhouse! This tiny cabin also has a side deck, a fully-stocked kitchen, and an outdoor fire pit.

This adorable rustic cabin is only $85/night! Find more information on Airbnb.

2. Chic Airstream In Wine Country, $145/night

a group of palm trees: 2. Chic Airstream In Wine Country, $145/night © Airbnb 2. Chic Airstream In Wine Country, $145/night

If you love beautiful views and large glasses of wine, this Temecula, California, Airstream is perfect for you. The updated Airstream trailer has its own private deck, air conditioning, a shared above-ground pool, and an amazing view of Temecula Valley wine country. This tiny rental is walking distance to seven wineries (that’s right, seven). Other nearby attractions include fishing, mountain biking, and hot air ballooning!

This stunning Airstream is available for $145/night. Find out more information on Airbnb.

3. Hudson Valley Glass House, $179/night

a house covered in snow: 3. Hudson Valley Glass House, $179/night © Airbnb 3. Hudson Valley Glass House, $179/night

This stunning glass tiny house is located in Marlboro, New York. Situated on 30 acres of rolling hills, this is a stress-free oasis just 90 minutes from New York City. The owners describe the house as “a truly immersive experience into nature.” It’s not unusual to see birds, butterflies, deer, and coyotes roaming near the house. The glass house is off the grid, which means it has a dry-flush toilet, solar panels for power, and a propane HVAC system for air conditioning and heating (but don’t worry, there’s still WiFi). In the surrounding area, there are vineyards, apple orchards, and other fun outdoor activities.

This modern oasis is available to rent for $179/night. Find out more information on Airbnb.

4. Romantic Renovated School Bus, $60/night

4. Romantic Renovated School Bus, $60/night © Airbnb 4. Romantic Renovated School Bus, $60/night

This romantic converted bus in Weaverville, North Carolina, is nestled in a pine grove. Although the bus is secluded in the forest, it’s only 15 minutes from downtown Asheville. Inside the cozy bus, there’s a full sized bed, an eating area, and a sink. Outside, there’s a bathhouse with hot water, composting toilets, and an outdoor shower.

At $60/night, this rental is a steal. Find more information on Airbnb.

5. High-End Lakeside Tiny House, $99/night

a bench in front of a window: 5. High-End Lakeside Tiny House, $99/night © Airbnb 5. High-End Lakeside Tiny House, $99/night

“The Ritz,” in Orlando, Florida, is just feet from Lake Fairview. The spacious tiny home is complete with high-end finishes (like a glass stove cooktop and Italian tile) and gorgeous lake views. The house is equipped to host up to five guests — it has one queen bed, one double bed, and one single bed. The couch is situated in a “window box,” which allows guests to appreciate the incredible view of the lake. Your stress will melt away in this luxurious tiny home.

Rent this lakeside property for just $99/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

6. Mt. Rainier Triangular Cabin, $249/night

a house with trees in the background: 6. Mt. Rainier Triangular Cabin, $249/night © Airbnb 6. Mt. Rainier Triangular Cabin, $249/night

This mountainside cabin in Washington state is perfect for a family getaway. The house has four beds (for up to five guests). This triangular Pacific Northwest home is 20 minutes from Mt. Rainier National Park, White Pass Ski Area, and some of the most breathtaking hiking trails on the West Coast. There are some pretty incredible amenities here, including a cedar soaking hot tub, snowshoes, a deck and balcony, and a gas grill. Plus, the house is dog-friendly, so you can bring your four-legged family members.

This amazing home is available for $249/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

7. Bison Ranch Train Caboose, $145/night

a person standing in front of a building: 7. Bison Ranch Train Caboose, $145/night © Airbnb 7. Bison Ranch Train Caboose, $145/night

This renovated train caboose in Clyde, North Carolina, is the perfect place for both kids and adults to stay. This unique rental is located on a 65 acre buffalo ranch in the Smoky Mountains — you can even see bison from your bed! In addition to full amenities in the train car, there’s also a store, laundry room, and game room in the nearby BC Depot. While staying in the caboose, you can go hiking, watch bison feedings, and feed mini horses and goats.

You can stay in this unique train car for $145/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

8. Montana Treehouse Retreat, $299/night

a small house in a tree: 8. Montana Treehouse Retreat, $299/night © Airbnb 8. Montana Treehouse Retreat, $299/night

Just moments from Glacier National Park, this treehouse resort is a unique place to stay in Columbia Falls, Montana. The house, which is custom crafted around a Douglas fir tree, offers all the luxury amenities of a hotel. On the property, there’s a campfire area, walking trails, and even cross country ski trails. No matter what time of year you visit, there are a ton of nearby activities — explore Glacier Park, hit the slopes of Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, or go boating on Flathead Lake.

Rent this incredible treehouse for $299/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

9. Sunny Charleston Houseboat, $149/night

9. Sunny Charleston Houseboat, $149/night © Airbnb 9. Sunny Charleston Houseboat, $149/night

If you’ve ever dreamt of living on a houseboat, this is your chance. This Charleston, South Carolina, rental is styled with reclaimed materials, making it feel rustic and comfortable. Enjoy peace and tranquility on the water, while still having access to the amenities you’d enjoy on land. Enjoy cocktails on the deck, go fishing off the boat, and let your worries wash away.

Rent this incredible houseboat for $149/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

10. Old Fashioned Log Cabin, $79/night

an old brick house with trees in the background: 10. Old Fashioned Log Cabin, $79/night © Airbnb 10. Old Fashioned Log Cabin, $79/night

This sweet log cabin was originally built as a fishing camp in 1902. The owners moved the cabin from deep in the woods to right near a 12 acre pond, and they outfitted it with a wood stove, a propane stove, a double sink, and electricity. There’s an outhouse near the cabin, and showers and flush toilets located in the owner’s house down the road. The pond is perfect for swimming, boating, and fishing, and there’s even an aqua-zipline for people who are interested.

You can rent this lovely log cabin for $79/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

11. Bayside Bungalow, $79/night

a house with trees in the background: 11. Bayside Bungalow, $79/night © Airbnb 11. Bayside Bungalow, $79/night

This sunny bungalow in Olympia, Washington, is a perfect vacation location. The description says you can ” Access the beach by a private trail, stargaze from the loft skylight, enjoy a campfire or the trails at the state park close by.” There’s also a hammock in the yard, hung between two fruit trees. From the hill the house is perched on, you can catch glimpses of the Puget Sound.

This adorable tiny house is available for $79/night. Find out more information on Airbnb.

12. Joshua Tree Airstream, $129/night

12. Joshua Tree Airstream, $129/night © Airbnb 12. Joshua Tree Airstream, $129/night

If “glamping” is your thing, you’ll be obsessed with this Airstream trailer located right at the edge of Joshua Tree National Park. If you’re trying to get away from the city and enjoy nature, this could be the perfect place for you to stay. Inside the Airstream, you can expect all normal trailer amenities, and outside you’ll find a deck, a picnic table, a pool, and an absolutely incredible view.

Rent this beautiful trailer for $129/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

13. Nashville Tiny Cottage, $117/night

a house with trees in the background: 13. Nashville Tiny Cottage, $117/night © Airbnb 13. Nashville Tiny Cottage, $117/night

This charming cottage is located just ten minutes from downtown Nashville, but it feels very private. The owners were very conscious about using every inch of the tiny house, and they made sure to keep it airy and bright. “Repurposed vintage cabinets and a claw-foot tub share this clever space with modern appliances and air conditioning,” claims the description.

This cottage is available for $117/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

14. Lakefront Cabin, $59/night

a dining room table: 14. Lakefront Cabin, $59/night © Airbnb 14. Lakefront Cabin, $59/night

This lakefront cabin, located in Cape May Court House, New Jersey, is peaceful and quiet — perfect for a relaxing getaway. This tranquil retreat is five miles from white sandy beaches and 12 miles from Cape May. This cozy eco-cabin doesn’t have a shower, but it does have a composting toilet and bathroom sink. Get away from the stressors of daily life and unwind surrounded by nature.

Rent this cabin for just $59/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

15. Reclaimed Wood Tiny House, $79/night

a view of a house: 15. Reclaimed Wood Tiny House, $79/night © Airbnb 15. Reclaimed Wood Tiny House, $79/night

This enchanting tiny house, located in the heart of West Seattle, is the perfect Northwestern getaway. The home, which has a metal roof, huge skylights, and lots of storage space, also comes complete with surround sound, a smart TV, an electric fireplace, and a fully-equipped kitchen. Outside, there’s a private outdoor space with a picnic table and parking spot. Nearby, there are great restaurants, cute coffee shops, stylish boutiques, and a lovely farmer’s market.

Rent this tiny house for $79/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

16. Handcrafted Hideaway, $165/night

a wooden house: 16. Handcrafted Hideaway, $165/night © Airbnb 16. Handcrafted Hideaway, $165/night

This remote cabin is located right among the redwood trees in Albion, California. The rustic tiny home is located near state parks, hiking/biking trails, beaches, and rivers. Although the cabin is off the beaten path, it still has a fully-equipped bathroom and a small kitchen.

This house is available for $165/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

17. Hip Tiny Home, $55/night

a room filled with furniture and a bed: 17. Hip Tiny Home, $55/night © Airbnb 17. Hip Tiny Home, $55/night

This one-time garage is now an adorable tiny home in Portland, Oregon. This studio is made mostly of reclaimed wood and is located between a sweet garden sitting area and some fruit trees. Enjoy sleeping in the cozy loft — and you won’t need an alarm, since there are local hens that will happily wake you up in the morning. Just five minutes from the Woodlawn area, you’ll have great access to breweries, coffee houses, and restaurants.

Rent this cozy tiny home for $55/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

18. Redwoods Retreat, $155/night

a tree in a room: 18. Redwoods Retreat, $155/night © Airbnb 18. Redwoods Retreat, $155/night

Located in Woodside, California, this romantic studio sits right among the redwoods. The standalone studio has a private entrance and access to a luxurious hot tub. Inside the main house, there’s a full bathroom and bonus room. The studio is decked out with heated walnut floors, stunning views, and artwork from local artists.

Rent this sweet studio for $155/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

19. The Pondhouse, $225/night

a bedroom with a large bed in a room: 19. The Pondhouse, $225/night © Airbnb 19. The Pondhouse, $225/night

Described as a “magical place unlike any other,” The Pondhouse offers a unique glamping experience. The Pondhouse has no electricity, no walls (screens only), no kitchen, and no stove — it’s almost like camping, but you get to sleep in a comfortable bed at night. Outside, there’s a fire pit, which is perfect for cooking.

Rent The Pondhouse for $225/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

20. Historic Gold Rush Cabin, $127/night

a house with trees in the background: 20. Historic Gold Rush Cabin, $127/night © Airbnb 20. Historic Gold Rush Cabin, $127/night

This authentic Gold Rush cabin, built in the 1870s, will give you a taste of the old west. After the Gold Rush, a Swiss woman purchased the Big Bear, California, home for just $25. According to some sources, this may be the oldest wooden building in Southern California. The house is located over 300 feet from all other homes, which gives guests a lovely sense of seclusion.

Rent this piece of history for $127/night. Find more information on Airbnb.

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