If you’re dreaming about building your own tiny home, things might not be that easy as it appears. In many countries and municipalities, bylaws prohibit you from building these microstructures and also, there’s the whole issue of living in a space that’s just like a small cute tent.
Here, I have rounded up the top 5 small cute house rentals if you want to live out your dream, just for a weekend. Here are the all-time favorites.
A Cozy Cabin in the Cape Breton
This cabin is built from local spruce and pine. This little house is a fine example of Canadiana set in the wilderness just off the Cabot Trail. You may not like it if you’re a person who wants all the amenities in place. You will have to walk outdoors to use the toilet and there’s no running water available inside the cabin. But if you’re happy staying with just the necessities, the wood-burning stove will keep you warm in the loft bedroom. This place will cost you $80/night.
Little Rental in Roberts Creek
This newly opened little rental is ready to grab the status micro-cabins of one of the Sunshine Coast’s best Airbnbs. This is a 170-square-foot home situated among the giant cedars of Roberts Creek Provincial Park. It appears to be bigger than its diminutive size owing to plenty of windows and ample outdoor area. Its antique French doors offer you a way to a lofted space, propane cooktop, and a wet room with a flush toilet. This house will come at $85/night.
Cylindrical Getaway in New Brunswick
This house is just 8.5-feet-wide and 21-feet-long. But it is fully equipped with a kitchen and wet room offering you all amenities to make it a complete rental. This is completely private and hidden in the woods, offering you at most privacy and solitude. It is located just 30 minutes outside of Fredericton and is available at $80/night.
A Palatial Getaway on B.C.’s Salt Spring Island
If you’re looking to spend some time enjoying the West Coast’s mild winters, this palatial gateway will make it an ideal spot to build a tiny house. This is what makes Westover Bed & Breakfast a perfect year-round vacation getaway. Also known as “The Palace,” the brightly colored sanctuary is a little larger than your average tiny house. It has a separate composting toilet and an outdoor clawfoot tub. Without any kitchen, but you will be served you’re your stay here for just $123/night.
A Cosy House along Seaside in Nova Scotia
This tiny house along the seaside in Nova Scotia will give you ocean views from the loft bedroom, making this Port Hood’s “Bothan Beag” house a great choice. It does have lots of great features to admire like direct access to the beach below, a built-in cooktop, solar power, a three-piece bathroom, and a very comfy couch. Living in this well-equipped and nice house will leave you wondering why you don’t live in a tiny house always. You need to shell out $155/night to enjoy this stay.
If you plan to pay a visit to these places, do not miss out on staying in these tiny houses and you’ll enjoy the days you spent in these houses.