Owner Brittany built the Bayside Bungalow by hand according to the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company’s ever-popular Cypress plan. That’s a trailer-based design, and Brittany took advantage of the mobility to move her creation to the most beautiful setting she could: her family’s Olympia, WA, property overlooking Puget Sound. Offering views of the Olympic Mountains in the distance and stands of fruit and fir trees up close, the Bayside Bungalow is currently available for short-term stays at rates from $95 to $125 per night. It has hot water and electricity, kitchen facilities, a bathroom with a composting toilet, and even Wi-Fi. Best for two people, but don’t worry if three’s company – just bring a sleeping bag!
In case you’re wondering what it’s like to live in a home like this, the increasing number of tiny homes available for rent is making it easier to experience the tiny life firsthand. We hope you’ll share your experience with us, and if you’ve stayed here or anywhere similar, please let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear about it!