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Tiny Homes You’ll Want to Rent Around the World

Tiny homes are the perfect blend of minimalism and customizable luxury, and that makes them the perfect option for travel (at least for those who don’t want to break the bank on accommodations alone). Here are a handful of tiny homes that you’ll want to rent as you travel the world.


Silo Studio College

New England in the fall sounds especially lovely when you consider staying in this former sculpting studio located in Lee, Massachusetts. What do we love about it? It’s surrounded by gardens, brooks and streams, walking paths, and old architecture… it just might be something straight out of a Disney movie.



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Little Garden House

If you’re visiting Normandy, France, look no further than the Little Garden House for uniquely exquisite accommodations. The location is a renovated medieval farm, and the cottage is simply idyllic.


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Aroma(n)tica Treehouse

The child in you will love staying in a tiny treehouse, and your adult self will love the surroundings: the best San Salvatore views in Italy, herb and flower garden aromas, and the sights (and tastes!) of world-class vineyards that have you surrounded.





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Writer’s Cabin

It’s a solitude space for one (or two): this quaint little cabin located in Stockholm, Sweden boasts just what you need: a place to lay your head, a tiny wood burning stove to keep you warm, a little kitchen to cook your food, and most importantly, a desk for writing.





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Hale Moana

Thinking of that perfect Hawaiian vacation? Maui has this beachy cabin, Hale Moana, and it has everything you dreamed of for that perfect, carefree trip to the beach: surfboards, boogie boards, beach chairs, ocean views, and cups for your cocktails.

Hale Moana airbnb

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A-Frame, Rustic, Off-the-Grid Cabin

Camping more your style? Go camping in style in the Six Rivers National Forest (in California), with this bare-minimum, completely rustic cabin. What’s included for your enjoyment? An outdoor kitchen, an organic garden, and a wood-fired sauna.





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Charming Shotgun Cottage

Visiting the Big Easy? Take the streets of New Orleans after a good night’s sleep in this old-school, historic looking Tiny House that sits incredibly close to Magazine Street – the cultural attraction of the city.


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