Ever wondered how it feels like living on a small–or rather, tiny house with a bed, a small sofa or a loveseat, tiny windows and a tiny toilet—a small cabin? Have you ever imagined sitting on its small porch, while sipping tea, coffee or hot chocolate, while gazing at the stars at night? Kinda comfy and serene eh? It’s like having one of those peaceful nights, where all you want to do is to be alone and feel the the presence of the woods or the fields that surrounds you. Well, building your own cabin is tiresome, and could actually needs a lot of money. However, there are places around the world, where these fascinating tiny houses are built—for rent.

Here is the list of the our favorite tiny houses.

Rustic Modern Tiny House: Portland, Oregon

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From the reclaimed building materials and cozy furnishings to unexpected pops of color like the turquoise siding and butter-yellow closet door, the unique accents in this 350-square-foot rental make it an urban gem. It’s no surprise, then, that the charming property—built by the owners themselves!—has appeared on HGTV’s Tiny House Nation.

This cabin has 1 Queen Loft Bed–good for two, and can only be rented at a low price of $130 per night.

Claverty Valley, Shepherd’s hut: Kent, England

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From the quaint cupboards to the floral linens, this storybook shepherd’s hut in Kent could have been pulled from the pages of a fairytale. Set on a steep valley hillside surrounded by meadows of wild orchids, bluebells and cowslips, the color-coordinated hut is designed to sleep two adults but can also accommodate one child on an air mattress.

This classy, vintage looking hut has 1 bed, 1 bathroom, and can be rented for $130 per night, as well.

The Rambleshack: Coldingham, Scotland

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If you’re hunting for a home base near the Scottish coast, look no further than the minimal-chic Rambleshack, a small, modern pod with a healthy dose of character and charm. Hike one of the paths near the ocean, kick back on the beach at Coldingham Bay or walk to the village pub for fish and chips.

More of a personal hub, that can accommodate for up to three people. This handsome cabin has 1 bed, a bathroom and can be availed for a low price of $71 per night.

Roberts Creek Micro Cabin: Sunshine Coast, British Columbia

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If you think 125 square feet sounds more like the size of a bedroom than an entire house, you’re not wrong—but this micro cabin maximizes every inch, and design hacks like high ceilings and lots of windows make the space feel brighter and look bigger. The rental is surrounded by towering cedars on a heritage homestead, so if you feel a case of cabin fever coming on, there’s plenty of room outside to hike, stargaze or enjoy dinner at the picnic table.

This stunning beauty, offers a 1 full loft bed, 1 tiled wet bath and is available for only $75 per night.

Dimpsey Shepherd’s Hut: Somerset, England

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Set on a small, private farm in Somerset’s Blackdown Hills, Dimpsey Shepherd’s Hut is a chic countryside retreat furnished with antique and handcrafted pieces the owner calls “hut couture.” Whether you want to explore the surrounding countryside or take a day trip to the Jurassic Coast, this rental makes a hospitable home base—and the complimentary breakfast on the first morning certainly doesn’t hurt.

A small gorgeous hut that stood firmly on a vast green field. This beauty offers a comfortable bed, a bathroom and can be rented for a reasonable price of $162 per night.

Overview

Tiny houses aren’t just for hipsters and millennials anymore. As many have taken an interest in tidying up, downsizing their belongings and living more efficiently, the tiny house movement has gone mainstream, and it’s inspiring people of all ages to embrace small spaces. It’s like living in a simple house, with minimalistic interiors, making a comfortable yet stylish house, suitable for everyone’s lifestyle.

 

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