If you liked Robert & Bettina Johnson’s Esk’et Tiny House (and we’re willing to bet you liked it a lot), now you can stay in it. Well, if you can get to it, that is – they haven’t moved it any closer to civilization, and it’s still around seven hours north of Vancouver near Williams Lake, British Columbia. But if you’re in the mood for a road trip (even if you fly into Williams Lake, it’s still another 50 kilometers / 30 miles from the airport over “mostly paved” roads) the Esk’et is now a bed & breakfast that accommodates up to four people. Aside from the pleasure of staying in a charming and unique tiny house, there’s a lot of hiking and natural sightseeing to be done in the area, and the Johnsons can hook you up with a guide if you need one. Double occupancy with breakfast is $149 Canadian ($120 US) per night summer/winter and $139/$110 spring/fall.