5 of the best Tiny Houses on Airbnb

The Tiny House movement is one that is continuing with speed as more and more people look for affordable living opportunities but if you want to try out one of these spaces before you commit to building one of your own, you’ll be pleased to hear that Airbnb have got some great Tiny Houses available to rent out which will showcase the merits of this type of space and provide you with the perfect opportunity for seeing whether it is for you.

Check out 5 of the best Tiny Houses on Airbnb right now below:

Elsewhere Cabin Retreat, Texas – From £76 per night

The super looking cabin in Georgetown, Texas, is the perfect spot to get away from it all and just relax and unwind for a few days. The Elsewhere Cabin (£76 per night) can be found just north of Austin, TX, and it is the prototype for the Elsewhere concept. It has been hand-crafted to deliver an understated, beautiful experience tailor made for a solo retreat or a social getaway. The cabin is entirely off-grid and uses solar power and a space toilet. It is situated on an idyllic ranch in Hill Country and surrounded by horses, longhorns, and other wildlife which will add to the outdoors vibe of a break here. Take in the #nofilter needed sunsets, and enjoy a bonfire steps away from the cabin, or try your luck with catch and release fishing in a small pond on the property. (£76 per night)

Silo Studio Cottage – From £172 per night

Incredibly charming and romantic, the Silo Cottage (£176 per night) can be found on the Santarella Estate in the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts. In a past life this cottage was sculptor Henry Hudson Kitson’s summer studio on the Santarella Estate. Now the two-story cottage boasts a whimsical bedroom with 35 foot high conical ceiling with canopied bed upstairs which delivers views through massive, multi-paned “mill windows” to the trees and sky and out to the lily pond. The downstairs sitting room of the Silo Cottage looks directly out onto the peaceful babbling brook and lovely gardens. (£176 per night)

JR’s Eco-Hut – From £192 a night

Located in New South Wales in Australia, JR’s Eco Hut (£192 per night) boasts some magnificent courtesy of being nestled high on a hill with 360 degree views of the beautiful Murrambidgee river flats and of the breathtaking Kimo valley. Ideally suited for couples, this high end, glamping style experience is really something out of the ordinary and if you’re after a relaxing break in Australia, it will be tough to beat. It is totally off-grid and it makes efficient use of solar power to provide light and water to the cabin. The incredible shower even has a out of this world view and with no neighbours to be found for miles around, you are all on your own to enjoy them in peace. This tiny home is situated on a working 7000 acre farm and you’ll find few spots more tranquil. (£192 a night)

The Glass House – From £106 per night

Located a short distance from New York City but a world away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, The Glass House (£106 per night) lets you sleep staring at stars in a glorious part of wine country. This stunning tiny home has featured in The New York Times and on The Today Show, and it truly is an unforgettable escape from the stresses and strains of modern living. Just 90 mins from NYC but it couldn’t be more different, the 30 acres of rolling hills give total privacy and isolation as glass walls open up onto endless views of vineyards, orchards, & wildlife. It comes with plenty of contemporary comforts (WiFi, A/C, loaded kitchen) mean you don’t have to give anything up. (£106 per night)

Treehouse at Kilauea Volcano – From £221 per night

If a tiny home close to a volcano is something that has been on your bucket list then the Treehouse at Kilauea Volcano (£221 per night) is one of the best in the business. Located at the summit of Kilauea, this stunning property is less than five minutes from the main gates to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park so you really couldn’t ask for a better location for exploring the mountainous regions of Hawaii. The park is open once again, and visitors are in awe of the changes wrought by the recent eruption. Located away from the tourist trail, this fantastic property will let you see the real Hawaii and it is a custom designed treehouse, built by the same crew you see in Treehouse Masters on TV. The Jurassic attitude of the rainforest is preserved on the grounds and you’ll be blown away by the views from your decking area. (£221 per night)

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