Are you seeking a unique vacation experience that you’ll remember for the rest of your life?
If so, renting a tiny home may be the answer. Not only are these properties unique, but you’ll find them in every part of the country.
Of course, some tiny homes have more to offer than others, so you want to narrow your search to improve the likelihood of enjoying your experience.
While there are thousands upon thousands of tiny homes to rent for your next vacation, these are among the best:
1. Jackson Hole, Wyoming
It doesn’t matter when you’re visiting, this tiny home village in Jackson Hole is sure to meet all your needs.
Known as Fireside Resort, there are 24 unique tiny homes for rent. Once you try out one, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself wanting to stay in the others in the future.
2. Naples, Florida
There are a lot of places to call home when vacationing in Naples, Florida, but this tiny home should definitely be on your short list.
With 360 square feet, complete with one bedroom and one bathroom, this tiny home is much bigger than it appears. And best yet, it’s only a mile from the beach.
3. Tyringham, Massachusetts
If you want to spend your vacation away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Silo Studio is the tiny home for you.
As a two-story cottage, you have plenty of space to relax and unwind. And when you head outdoors, you’ll enjoy the ponds, gardens, and the ability to interact with nature. It’s available for rent throughout the year, so find a free weekend and book your trip.
4. Southern New Hampshire
Located only two hours outside of Boston, Getaway is home to 43 tiny homes. While it’s location is perfect, the real fun begins when you walk inside your rental.
The 160-to-200-square-foot cabins are well-appointed, giving you access to the modern amenities you’ve come to expect. And when you step outside, you can enjoy yourself next to the fire pit.
5. Augusta, Georgia
This 200-square-foot rental house has a lot to offer, including a full kitchen, two beds, and an outdoor entertainment area complete with a fire pit and picnic table.
With its location in the suburbs of Augusta, Georgia, you’re right in the middle of the action. It doesn’t matter if you’re inside relaxing or outside exploring, you’re sure to enjoy your vacation.
What do you think about these tiny homes? Could you see yourself renting one of these properties for your next vacation?